Emma Elwin had a quest to buy the whole baby wardrobe second hand. Here is the story!
Being pregnant is, at the moment, really nice! But I am really looking forward to meet this new little person. We don’t know if it is a girl or a boy, we want it to be a surprise.
When I moved into my new apartment I had the idea of buying most furniture second hand. It has not only been a way to find unique and beautiful things and avoiding to buy newly produced things but it has also saved me so much money. So when we stated planing for the baby I knew I wanted to do the same thing there. I started searching for the brands that I know produce all their baby clothes with toxic free sustainable materials and from there on it was super easy. Within two weeks the whole wardrobe for the baby was bought. So for a 100 euros I got fourteen bodys, six pairs of trousers, three pairs of socks, two sweaters, one pyjamas and one pair of dungarees. I thought it would be a lot more work than it was, and now I am so happy to have all the clothes sorted out already. The fact that the clothes are already used is of course also great for both the baby and the environment. And – we saved over 200 Euro buying the clothes second hand!
These are some of my finds at Tradera, find more kids clothes here!
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