Thrifting is becoming a big phenomenon when it comes to shopping. Fashionistas are starting to understand the greatness behind finding a piece of clothing that is unique and can be tailor to fit your style. This is very true for kids as well.
It’s no secret that my 2 year old is a budding fashionista. She loves to pick out her own outfits, and gravitates towards the non-traditional pieces for toddlers. So when we had the opportunity to review the online thift shop for kids, Little Frugalista, I made a point of including her in the picks.
I was impressed with the selection at Little Frugalista. The inventory impressive, for boys and girls, from sizes 0/3 months to 7/8. The site is very easy to navigate and there were brands that we’d heard of before, like Old Navy and Gyboree, as well as more obscure, high end brands. When it comes to shopping thrift online, I always go for the high end brands. Why? Here are a few reasons:
1. It’s easy to research an item before buying.
Here’s an example: The little girl loved this dress we found on Little Frugalista:
Dagmar Daley is a very chic, and expensive, shop that specializes in children’s clothing. How did I know this? Google! While shopping on Little Frugalista, I did a google search for Dagmar Daley dresses and found their site, and their prices. Here’s a similar dress right on their website:
Since it’s a rainbow striped dress, we can pair it with just about anything, even some regular jeans in the fall, if the dress still fits.
Once we got our order, I was very excited to see that all of the items we purchased were of great quality and looked as if they’d never even been worn! That’s like finding a gold mine when thrifting for kids. So, if you are looking for great items for your kiddo, give Little Frugalista a peek.
We’re linking up with Jo-Lynne and a few other fashionable ladies for Fashion Friday. Make sure to stop by and check out their awesome posts!
Disclosure: Little Frugalista provided us with a credit towards the purchase of items in their shop. All opinions, of the Duchess and mine, are our own.