Children in a new outfit stitches seems sometimes a little bit of water to the sea bear, because before you know it, they are out grown. For fast-growing ukkies luckily, the kledingbibliotheek Happy Kiddo, that sustainable children’s clothing establishment.
Happy Kiddo is one of the three finalists of the Bryo Awards in the category ‘Creative Highlight. This they reach out to a project that excels in originality and creativity. Click here to vote.
The problem: you can have such a nice clothes to buy for your child, it grows at a particular moment in time. Especially when it comes to an outfit for a special occasion with which your eyes prefer not just to the nursery sends, that is very unfortunate. A possible solution: a subscription where every month new clothes you can borrow. That service is there now – at least for Ghent parents of children 0 to 3 years.
With a Happy Kiddo subscription you can each and every month clothes for children from 0 to 3 years of borrowing. That means that you not in any groeischeut a new wardrobe must be purchased, and that son, or his daughter if he or she wants each month with ‘new’ clothes can show off. Do you want the packet from last month would prefer a month to maintain? That can!
Extra fun is that Happy Kiddo consciously choose for quality brands that have social and ecological issues are of paramount importance wear. The promoters let genderclichés los and opt preferably for Belgian and Dutch labels.
Happy Kiddo is a young initiative that is currently limited to the city, but expansion is on the agenda. You can choose between three types of subscriptions: small (5 pieces of clothing and 32,95 euro per month), medium (10 pieces of clothing and 61,95 € per month) or large (15 pieces of clothing and 89,95 euro per month). Visit the site for more info about the brands offered, and subscriptions. (EK/LP)
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