Recycling with Kinderkind

recycling with kinderkind - kids fashion, style, recycling, affordable fashion, kids wear
recycling with kinderkind - kids fashion, style, recycling, affordable fashion, kids wear

Sorting through my children’s clothes is one of my most dreaded jobs. I am so emotionally attached to their old clothes. I find it really hard to get rid of them.  

To make it a little easier for both myself, and the girls, I like to turn it into a game. Firstly, we name each corner of the room; recycle, pass on and keep. We then go through each item in the wardrobe, making a decision on which pile the clothing should go in as we go. Once we’ve decided where the items going to go, we do the appropriate action, and run and throw it in the pile.  

The recycle pile I’ll take to a charity shop. The pass on pile I’ll hold back for a sibling in the future. I have 3 girls so I try to buy quality pieces that I can pass down to each child. The keep pile is put away for next year. 

recycling with kinderkind - kids fashion, style, recycling, affordable fashion, kids wear

The gorgeous outfits the girls are wearing are from Kinderkind who have kindly sponsored this post. The topdress and trousers are not only stylish but also include wholesome positive affirmations which is such a lovely touch. Kinderkind share our recycle ethos. Their identity is rooted in kindness between brothers and sisters, parent and child, family and friends.

They are a second generation family business with deep roots in quality children’s clothing manufacturing. They want to ensure their products clearly reflect values of kindness and quality. 

Kinderkind believe we can all make a difference by recycling, kids that recycle grow into adults that recycle! The have written a fabulous blog post with 10 interesting ways to keep kids engaged with recycling. My kids love to craft and junk modelling is a firm favourite in our house. Making useful objects like a bird feeder out of recycling is such a fun idea that I know my girls will love. 

Kinderkind aim to create fashions that are attainable, inclusive and create kindness, joy, imagination and memories. They promise customers one-of-a-kind, edgy, quality fashion at affordable prices that can be passed on for many years to come.

If you like the sound of that I have some good news for you. I am running a giveaway over on my Instagram where you can win £75 worth of vouchers to spend at www.Kinderkind.com. Click here to enter. Closing date is the 30th April. 

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