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Heads Up, Threads Up: Clothes for Kids Online

Before you get suspicious, let me explain that this is not a sponsored post.

As you know, rarely, and I mean rarely, do I share a product or service other than a book or an occasional iPhone app on my blog.

Meet the kids store that has me breaking habit: Thred Up.

I just can’t resist the collaboration and community factor.

Thred Up is a socially responsible online children’s store that connects you to gently used, name brand clothes submitted by a huge network of parents. I love how it brings people together to meet ordinary needs with flair.

Check it out and get $10 free on your first order by using this link.

8 Reasons I Think Thred Up Is the Best Kids Consignment Resale Store Online

  • It’s sustainable, as it promotes re-using perfectly good items that might other wise be trashed or wasted.
  • They have high standards for clothing, including some new-with-tags items. Even their gently-used items are required to have a “like new” appearance, meaning absolutely no rips, tears, fading, shrinkage, snags or stains.
  • They only stock top quality brands, no discount warehouse-store labels.
  • There is a huge selection. They have thousands of items in my toddler son’s size.
  • They are affordable. I got 29 items for the Emperor for $120. The items were by Arizona, Osh Kosh, Carter’s, Chaps, Children’s Place, Gymboree and other brands.
  • You can sell any gently used clothes your children grew out of back to them using their easy pre-labeled bag system.
  • There is free shipping when you spend $40 and you can get $10 free on your first order by using this link. (If you use the $10 on just one shirt or one pair of pants or skirt, depending on the price, you can get it free!)
  • Once you make your first purchase, you can earn credits to get free clothing too!


Threads Up, Thread Up Disclaimer

* Please note: This is not a sponsored post, nor has Thred Up purchased advertising on my site. I’ve voluntarily drawn attention to them through this post and a sidebar graphic.


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    Pat Holden January 8, 2013 (11:29 pm)

    I just heard about Thredup on TV and I found your site.