Did you know that clothing is the 4th highest polluter in the UK? That’s quite a scary statistic and it doesn’t need to be. There are many things that you can do with your unwanted kids clothes including giving them to charity, keeping them for the next baby, giving them to family and friends, or giving them to Treasure House.
Children grow out of their clothes so quickly and I find it frustrating that I am constantly buying new clothes only for them to be worn for a few months, or not worn at all when you find them at the bottom of the clothes pile.
This is where Treasure House steps in and their motto is turning the clothes you have into the clothes that you need. Which is something I need as a parent of two growing children, and I’m sure it is something that many other parents also need. We recently were sent clothes from Treasure House for review purposes and hand on heart I can say I am really impressed.
Turn the clothes that you have into clothes that you need
Here’s how it works……
- Sign-up to Treasure House online.
- Fill up a bag with clothes that you no longer need. There are loads of brands that Treasure House do accept, and some that they don’t. They do this so that they can retain their quality, but anything that is not accepted is given to charity (so nothing is wasted).
- In return for your clothes, you will be given online store credits that you can spend online at Treasure House.
- You then simply select the clothes that you would like to buy for your children. This includes brands such as Petit Bateau, Mayoral, Zara, Ralph Lauren, and Gap. The clothing is all of a really high quality, looks like new and is folded/ironed like new too!
We are really impressed with our clothing that we received from Treasure House that included an Amaia cardigan, Bimbi Glamour T-Shirt and Harmont & Blaine skirt for my daughter, I would love the skirt for myself. Plus an Aspen Polo Club hoody and joggers for my son. I can honestly say that they are as good as new, better than some brand new clothes I have purchased, and I am very happy with them.
Not only does Treasure House mean that your old clothes are loved by someone else, it is also a brilliant way to help the environment by cutting down on clothes that are thrown away. As well this it saves water and energy, and ultimately saves you money too!
If you’re interested in signing up to Treasure House (and I thoroughly recommend you do), you can get a free item of clothing up to the value of £15.00. So go on, sign-up today and give the gift of pre-loved kids clothes.
This a collaborative post with Treasure House, and we were gifted these items in exchange for a blog post review.