It is time for spring cleaning, and what better way to get it done then by making some cash or saving money on some new items for your kids.
The concept of recycled children's clothing is by far the best option for parents these days. As a mother of 3 I have learned the value of hand me downs and clothing sales. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with Once Upon service this week and find out what makes their store so special. In my interview with owner Ann she had many important things that set them apart that I thought you should know.
95% of all their items are previously loved, so when we buy from once upon a child we are helping to recycle kids clothes and keep them out of the landfills.
Their wonderful buy out program let's you bring in your child's previously loved next to new items and while you shop they will sort through them and decide which they will buy from you. Then when your done shopping you can use that balance to pay for your purchase!
When I went in I brought in some shoes we had no longer fit to take advantage of the buy out program and shopped for my 3 kids. We got 3 new spring jackets, and an outfit for each child as well as a toy for way under $100. Buying just the jackets brand new would have set me back over $150. With the discounts I got for trading in items I paid just over $50!
The layout of this store is by far one of the best second hand layouts I have ever shopped. Clear signage and organization made it super easy to shop for exactly what I needed. With the amazing customer service and the crazy savings I would absolutely call this my new favorite when shopping for kids! Check out the new store in Kelowna!