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With two growing little men, there is nothing I like more than being able to dress them up. You might say that they are my little baby dolls! I love dressing them in high-quality, name brand items, but find it hard to fit these types of clothes into my budget, especially since the clothes aren’t worn longer than a few months. I do thrift shop, but it is difficult at times to take two little ones to stores that don’t have proper seating in their carts.
Lately, I’ve been loving online thrift shopping. I can browse items from my home, pay a small shipping fee and stay within my budget. I’ve really been enjoying the online thrift store Schoola because they sell high-quality items for women and children at extremely low prices!
I asked Schoola if they would team up with me so I could show you guys some examples of items that they sell. Every time I’ve browsed Schoola’s site, I’ve seen this level of quality displayed in their products.
This tutu is absolutely adorable. This actually came to me with the tags still on it, which is amazing! The price Schoola sold this tutu for was under $10 while the price tag said it was worth about $70! This would be perfect for a little princess! Unfortunately, I do not have a princess (yet!), so I can’t show you how adorable this would look on a little one.
If you want to try shopping at this awesome online thrift store, I have $20 for you to spend! Use my referral link to sign up and you’ll automatically get $20 placed in your account. This can equal a few new items of clothing for you or your loved one! Who doesn’t love free clothes? You also help clothe my tots because I also get $20. Sign up here to start shopping today!
*This post was sponsored by Schoola. All opinions are my own.