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Jamal Matveyev
Jamal Matveyev

Buy Back Baby Clothes Extra Quality

We price items to sell in store, and offer you between 20% and 50% of what we price items at in cash. We pay a higher percentage for high-demand brands like boutique clothes, toys, and equipment. We pay less for infant clothes and mass produced brands.

buy back baby clothes

Because they do accept adult clothes, if your little one has grown up and left the nest, then you may even consider the option of turning their former room into an Airbnb and make even more cash from their departure!

We encourage you to ship when your box is full of baby & kid clothing to minimize the transportation carbon footprint for this program. UPS will not accept dripping packages, so please make sure your items are dry.

How it works: Created by a dad, this new online consignment shop/service sells your unwanted baby gear and toys on local marketplaces for you. You choose what you want to sell (see the requirements for items), and then you can either mail your items in or if you're in Portland or Dallas, make a drop-off at a local Sella hub. You'll be matched with a Sella expert, and they'll handle everything else from there. The rate is reasonable, no matter how much (or how little) you make. You pay a flat rate of $6 and $0.20/day for small items and $0.05/cubic foot for large items.

Why you'll love it: Your first five items traded are free! You'll get an email with your credit amount, and that's when you can decide which membership you want (the rate depends on how many trades you want to do). To get started, request a kit and send your items back in the provided bag for free.

How it works: Once you fill out a profile for each kid, you'll receive eight new or like-new items of clothing. Kids can wear those items for a full 30 days before you'll need to return them. If there's something your kid loves too much to send back, you can buy that item at a deep discount.

Sell & Swap with them: The site offers a unique service where you can sell your gently used clothes, toys and gear, or swap items with other sellers. After passing the inspection process, will style and photograph each item, and then let you set the price. Not sure what to charge? The Kids' Pricing Guide can help.

This baby clothes size chart (made using tips from real parents, countless online reviews and intel from What to Expect editors who've road-tested the brands at home with their little ones) can help you figure out how different baby clothing brands will actually fit your child, regardless of how big or small she is for her age.

Registering for baby clothes can feel like math homework, with its own vocabulary, strategies, and organizing principles. Do you really need newborn sizes? What size will the baby be wearing by next winter? How many onesies does a baby need, and how often do they need to be replaced?

Typically, baby sizing starts with newborn, then 0-3 months, 6-9 months, and so on. Newborn clothes are generally for babies between 5-8 pounds, and will fit most babies for the first 4 weeks or so. Most families decide to have a few newborn basics on hand, but you probably need less than you think. Laundry is happening constantly in those first few weeks at home, so parents typically decide to buy conservatively, launder frequently, and get as much use as possible out of these tiny little basics.

They come in two styles: the traditional pullover, and foldover, which is usually called side-snap or kimono style. According to Salwa Khan, founder of Cubbiekit, pullover style is made with an envelope neckline so you can remove the baby's clothing by sliding it down instead of over the head in case of a diaper leak.

PS: If you want to take the guesswork out of baby clothes basics, check out Cubbiekit. Cubbiekit acts as the backbone of your baby's everyday capsule so you're making less decisions about what to wear and spending more mental space on thoughtful decisions like "how do I feed my child? or "how can I get them to sleep better?" They offer accessibly priced high-quality, ultra-soft baby clothes, and even have a subscription option. Use our code CKPOPPYLIST25 for 25% off your purchase or subscription. Click here to shop Cubbiekit.

I absolutely love everything Lou Lou has to offer! The quality is unmatched and the fabric is oh so soft. Every product is thoughtfully designed - gowns for easy dressing and diaper changes, sets for cute outfits and comfy jammies, and swaddles that actually keep my baby snug. I can't get enough!

Yes, kids grow quickly and are hard on their clothes, but instead of buying cheap, poorly-made outfits that will last only a few recesses, consider clothing your little ones in more durable, well-made, eco-friendly kids clothing that you can feel good about.

The original name in sustainable kids clothes, Hanna Andersson has been leading the pack for over 35 years. They excel in designing soft but durable clothes for kids to dance, play, sleep, and live in.

Jackalo prides themselves on making organic, fair trade kids clothing that lasts twice as long as your typical kids brand. They make simply cut, well-fitting basics with lots of pockets and reinforced knees. Consider these your ultimate playclothes.

Boody has ethical baby clothes covered. Their adorable tops, leggings, and onesies are made of a natural and oh-so-soft bamboo viscose fabric that is breathable, hypoallergenic, and environmentally friendly. As a bonus, they also carry undies and basics for mommy!

Their factories are fair trade certified and they focus on minimizing water use in their fabric production. All that to say you can rest easy knowing their baby and kids clothes are a safe option for your child and the planet.

Oobi is an Australian clothing label (they ship worldwide!) offering ethically-made, hand-printed clothes for girls aged newborn to twelve. Their organic cotton fabrics are printed with lead-free dyes and come in whimsical prints and bright, happy colors.

4. To add to the list... For the Canadian folks...Mini Moichi has the MOST ADORABLE CLOTHES! I am desperate for a US store exactly like it! They do have a US branch, with a diff name, but their clothes aren't nearly as cool!

Both new and seasoned parents know the struggle of buying kids clothing. Whether it's for a baby's first birthday or a back-t0-school wardrobe, it's difficult to avoid spending too much on clothes that almost immediately get stained, torn, or outgrown.

Even though I love and work in fashion, my daughter spent most of her first year in hand-me-down onesies. Now that she is approaching her second birthday, I'm itching to dress her in cuter clothes. But it can be daunting to sort through the variety of kids clothing online.

H&M's environmental consciousness, budget-friendly prices, and diverse selection make it a great option for rapidly growing kids. The colorful prints, fun details, and prices are hard to resist. I started shopping there when my daughter was a baby, and as she grew, I continued to buy their affordable eco-friendly clothes.

H&M offers kids clothes up to age 10 and a more sophisticated line for ages 8 to 14. They also sell accessories like tights, hats, shoes, and hair clips. If your child is Frozen-obsessed like mine, you'll also love H&M's partnerships with Disney, among others. The offerings are well-made, true to size, and wash easily.

A major retailer like Target can broaden the range and accessibility of adaptive clothes. "At Pop.Earth, a charity for autism and special needs, I hear from numerous parents how important it is that clothing lines pivot to include these people," said Stone. Cat & Jack is a favorite of the parents I polled, and while its adaptive offerings are somewhat limited, the prices are unbeatable.

Gap Teen: Through its new eco-friendly initiative, NXT Gen Gap, Gap offers quality basics with an ethical backstory. However, its inventory and deals fall short of our teen pick, American Eagle Outfitters.

Hold onto childhood in kids, baby and toddler clothes from Gymboree. Celebrate the magic of childhood with kids clothes in patterns and prints from our latest themed collections. Shop all our styles including dresses, skirts, jeans, shorts, tops, button up shirts, polos, sweaters and accessories.

Girls Clothes. Discover the sweetest styles featuring bright colors, soft pastels and bow-to-toe themes with our kids, baby and toddler girl clothes. Shop cute print dresses or our twirl-worthy tiered skirts that pair perfectly with our colorful coordinating tops. Don't forget to layer on the cute style with our cardigans! Whether you're shopping for special occasion dresses or looking to dress her in cute comfort every day, Gymboree has the kids clothes you're looking for. From our fit and flare dresses to leggings, our clothes all feature beautiful details made to let kids be kids.

Boys Clothes. Shop all our kids, baby and toddler boy styles, made for every day and special occasions! Add cute and cool styles to his wardrobe, including plaid button ups, embroidered jeans, patch shorts and cargo pants. All of our styles are part of coordinating collections for the cutest childhood outfits ever!

Accessories. Looking for the perfect finishing touch to their outfit? Accessorize their look with a cute fedora, classic baseball or floral bucket hat, tie, suspender set, fashion bag, sandals, boat shoes, dress shoes or slip-on sneakers for baby and toddler boys and girls.

Find unique and trendy designer kids clothes here at Boujie Kidz. We offer affordable trendy toddler clothes that will make your kids look like they are about to walk the runway. Boujie Kidz was started by fashion-conscious parents who wanted to provide the coolest, hippest designer kids clothes for their children. If you are a super chic parent who is looking for trendy kids clothes or designer baby clothes for your little mini fashionistas, we encourage you to check out our collections for Little Divas and Little Gentlemen. We also offer seasonal designer kids clothes, shoes, and custom orders to meet your needs and style! 041b061a72


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