In this day and age, I don't think we have any choice but to be as eco conscious as we can manage to be. Our beautiful little cherubs will be inheriting our Earth and we want to leave it in the best possible shape that we can for them...don't we? I think it's our responsibility to do everything in our power to save our planet. The tiniest of steps in the right direction help and that can even be something as small as clothes shopping for our children.
As much as I love traditional shopping, I'm equally as fond of shopping my closet. Remixing pieces in as many different outfits as I can has become a fun challenge for me. I only wish I could do it more with my kiddos' closets. The fact of the matter is, as is the case with most kids, my wee ones grow out of their clothes FAST! So, a ton of remixing isn't often in the cards for them. Thank goodness for companies like Wearhop.com which focus on sustainable fashion for children.
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At Wearhop.com you can rent new or like new clothing for a fraction of retail prices and simply return the clothes at the end of the season, which is when most kids have typically outgrown them...right? I just love that we can dress our kids in high quality clothing while supporting recycling at the same time! I put together a small sampling of what Wearhop.com has to offer, so you could see what cute fashions they stock!
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