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Derek Zoolander’s Guide to Really Really Good Looking Baby Clothes on a Budget

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I’ve got good news for Derek.  There is more to life than being really, really, really, really, really ridiculously good looking.

It’s looking really, really, really, really, really ridiculously good looking on a budget.

Today I’m going to give you some beauty AND budget tips that will keep the entire family’s wardrobe looking entirely posh at prices even unemployed male models can afford.  

These aren’t clothes fit for Mugatu’s Derelicte collection.  They don’t have rips, tears, or smell like the streets.

When I got my package (all nicely folded inside a reusable cloth bag), my girls pounced and proudly wore them the rest of the week. (With a self-conscious pre-teen in the house, that’s saying something.)

Schoola lets you find brand name shirts like these at steep discounts.

Yeah, I know what you’re thinking.  

Their Blue Steel looks are terrible. They’re in no way ready to give Magnum a try.

Sigh.  We’ve got work to do.

Style with a Smile:
Meet Schoola

Schoola is an online shop designed to recycle brand-name women’s and children’s clothes, with $2 of every $5 going to fund school programs.

So, in other words, you get the bonus of helping needy schools while you’re decking your baby out in high-quality, brand-name, budget-friendly outfits.  You’re helping educational centers around the country. Fortunately, your clothing purchases will go towards the human-sized educational centers.

 

What kind of deals can you walk off the runway with?

Time for a little walk Price Off.

Let’s Have a Walk Price Off

Okay, so I did some dream-shopping this evening to show you some of the brands and prices I uncovered at Schoola.com.

A few things to keep in mind before your jaw drops:

  1. Almost all of these outfits below were labeled “new with tag”.  Yep.  As in never been worn.
  2. These specific outfits are probably already gone.  Since Schoola is a reseller, they don’t have warehouses with a hundred of each style ready to ship.  They have that singular specific outfit.  Once that’s gone, it’s gone.

That said, I chose these to help give you a feel for the type of clothing they have to offer.  I only did baby outfits below, but they also have clothing for older kids, and (very exciting) even clothing for mom.  Sha-blamo!

Also, as of this moment they are offering free shipping on any size order, so you’ll want to pounce on this and start saving some pretty sweet piles of cash!

Have Some Baby Clothes to Sell?

If you have a few bins of baby clothes taking up the garage, why not donate those clothes and raise some funds for the school of your choice?

Simply click here and choose “donate” at the top of the page to request a free donation bag.

Schoola currently partners with over 16,000 schools nationwide.  That said, if the school you want your proceeds to go to isn’t listed, email them at coach@schoola.com and get that ball rolling!  Private or public, any school is a possibility!

Blue Steal Yourself Some Sweet Deals

Get it?  Blue STEAL???  *groans* E for Effort? 

Your baby may never perfect his own Blue Steel, but he can look rockin’ adorable in some incredibly affordable clothes.

Take a few minutes and check out Schoola.

Then start filling your bag with trendy outfits.  It’s exciting to find some really adorable outfits without having to pay through the nose!  Especially since your baby is going to grow out of said outfits in just a few months anyway!

I’ve bookmarked Schoola on my Chrome browser and pop over there once in a while to browse the racks.  Nothing builds a mom’s self-esteem like knowing her kids look clean and stylish.  (Except perhaps hardly spending any money to make that happen.)

Click here to start your own Schoola shopping habit.

Then give yourself a bonus “Good Job, Mom” latte for being so smart!

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