Children's Fashion FAQs
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How to Save Money on Children's Fashion
Always accept donations
It is inevitable that from the day you announce your pregnancy there will be somebody who will have a cupboard full of clothes they want to declutter! Accept all donations gratefully – you never know when the day will arrive when your kid grows seemingly overnight and has nothing that fits them, or the washing machine breaks down and you have nothing clean to put them in.
Do you have a kid who just loves to play dress up? Fancy dress costumes can cost big, especially if they’re a limited edition range or a new, popular Disney character. Try creating your own fancy dress costumes at home instead of buying them in store. Put together a homemade costume from scratch for your little one to help you save money. Not only budget-friendly, meaning you won't break the bank, but some can also be extremely easy to create and give you and your child the chance to spend some quality time together making them. It won't matter if you're a pro with a glue gun or have never stepped foot in a craft store! Pick up supplies from online retailers like Hobbycraft, The Works and Crafters Companion right here at Savoo.
Shop charity shops
The biggest way to save money when buying children’s clothing is to go second-hand - the first place you look is your local charity shop. Find quality brands and designer kids clothing in excellent condition for a fraction of their original cost. Quality clothes that are made to last are always a good second-hand buy as they tend to wash better than cheap brands and will still look good enough to pass down to another child when they are outgrown. Save even more money at charity shops like Oxfam Online Shop and Cancer Research UK Shop here at Savoo.
Learn basic sewing skills
Look after your kids' clothes so that they last longer. Make sure you follow the washing instructions, and wash clothes with spills or leaks on them immediately. It also might be time to learn some basic sewing techniques so that you can sew on a missing button, transform ill-fitting trousers into shorts or patch up some rips with ease.