Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Fun Fashion with

Before I had children, I wouldn't have thought to purchase clothes for them {or us} secondhand. Not that I was snootily against it, but it just wasn't something that was on my radar. But then, I had children. And whew, my eyes were opened to how quickly kids outgrow clothes, how quickly they can ruin the cutest little outfit, and how, if you have multiple children the same gender, the seasons might not align and therefore you're left with purchasing a whole new wardrobe for your second (or subsequent children). 

I knew there had to be a better way. When I heard April mentioning another secondhand site a couple of years ago, and then when the ladies in our church started an online Facebook group swap site, it hit me: why not buy secondhand clothes for your kids -- and yourself? If it's in great condition and reasonably priced, you can bet your bottom dollar {no pun intended} that I'm going to scoop up a $6.99 Ralph Lauren shirt for my boys as opposed to the one that retails over $30 each. 

Enter, the largest online consignment and thrift store. When I had the opportunity to try them out for free, I was totally onboard! I had previously tried another secondhand site with great success, so this was right up my alley. 

Thanks to, I was able to get the following items for our family for exactly $100.60 {they covered $100, I covered the $.60}: 

+ Two long-sleeved Ralph Lauren shirts for the boys: 

Shirts c/o
Walker's shorts are custom-made from this Etsy store
Knox's shorts are here

+ Two Columbia fleeces for the boys for next fall/winter: 

Fleeces c/o

+ A Banana Republic button-up for Brandon to wear to work on Fridays and/or out on dates: 

Shirt c/o
Jeans are here

+ A J.Crew long-sleeved henley shirt to wear around town: 

Shirt c/o
Jeans are here

+ A Loft ruffle-neck black dress for me: 

Dress c/o
Sunglasses are here
Earrings are here
Shoes are here
Watch is old {similar

+ And a J.Crew ruffle-neck shell for me: 

Top c/o
Pants are here
Earrings are old {similar}
Bracelet is here
Watch is old {similar

Overall, I was really pleased with Their website was very easy to maneuver and I got my shipment in less than a week, which was far sooner than the other online consignment company I'd used previously. I was impressed with the range of brands they offered across the board, but do wish they would offer a few more high-end brands for women like Tory Burch, Lily Pulitzer and Lululemon, but overall, I was very pleased with my experience and thankful that reached out to me to try! 

Want to try for yourself? They're offering my readers a special discount code! If you're a first-time user, use "SHOPSWAP40" for 40% off your entire purchase. And if you're a returning user, use "SHOPSWAP20" for 20% off your entire purchase. (Some exclusions apply; discount code expires June 30, 2018.) You can also use my referral link {here} for 20% percent off your purchases of $20 or more! 

Linking up with Jessi and Jenn 

Brandon's shirts, my dress, my shirt, the boys' shirts and their jackets are all C/O


  1. I totally feel the same about second hand clothing! I truly never realized the value until I had a child. FORTY PERCENT OFF?! Off to shop!!

  2. You’re so cute and I love that B turned into your blogger husband model for this hehe. You found some great stuff! I’m definitelt going to check it out!

  3. sounds so cool!! Love the clothes you got! Totally checking it out!

  4. I used to use Twice and they closed. But I am all about secondhand. Most of my Lilly is found that way most NWT!!

  5. Love this. I need to look into it for me and Jason. Love that your husband posed for you, good sport. And girl I am a tad obsessed with how cute you always look.

  6. ob-sessed! Really! This is so great - y'all look fab!

  7. Love what you found!! Loving your ruffle tank :)

  8. Love that dress! Super impressed with Brandon’s modeling skills ;)


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