Shop + Save at Schoola: Special Discount

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For the first time in his (short) life, my 5-year-old love muffin has a preference on what he wears and how he looks. He has favorite t-shirts, a favorite pair of shorts, a favorite pair of underwear even. He also decided to grow his hair long ("to my shoulders") — inspired by a Mr. John Lennon — and so every night he carefully combs his wet hair, perfecting his look.

He's also going to Kindergarten in three short weeks (gasp), and I want to get some new back-to-school clothes to start the new year.

But have you seen how expensive kids' clothes can be? As for finding a reputable location for hand-me-down/budget-friendly clothes that don't look so (ahem) "hand-me-down," good luck. Unless you live in a big city or happen to majorly luck out in your community, thrift shopping can be a major miss.

And yet our generation of parents has something that no past generation has had: eBay, Instagram sales, and well-edited efforts like Schoola.

Now I'm not just saying this because it's a sponsored post — I truly believe in this company, and I'm excited for you to see for yourself. All you have to do is browse the site — read about their mission, their impressive percentages that get donated to a good cause, their vast selection of kids' clothes of all sizes. Many have the tags still on, and many are from reputable brands like H&M, Mini Boden, GAP, Old Navy, and Abercrombie.

To give you an idea of the selection, here are a bunch of 5T boys' clothes for Noah, all from Schoola. All of these clothes are $10 or less — most under $5:

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Right?!? And good news...

Until August 20th, you can snag a 20% discount to shop at Schoola using the code Back2Schoola20.

AND REMEMBER! 40% of each purchase goes to a school's art or music program, and a percentage of the proceeds from your donated clothes will go to a local school of your choice.

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PLUS Early Mama readers will automatically donate money to my school of choice, the KIPP Academy in the Bronx, by simply requesting a donation bag or purchasing clothes using this link. (Read more about the campaign here.)

So go on! Save a little money on clothes you'll need anyway; do a little good in the process. It's a win, win all around.


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