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Have you started back to school shopping yet? With my kiddos, I try to make it as easy and pain-free as possible. My 8-year-old hates shopping for clothes. So it’s always easier to just shop online. One of our favorite places to shop is Schoola.com. They have some super cute styles and the best part they have great prices. I can easily browse through their selection at home and have it shipped right to our door. It’s a super easy way to keep her happy and get our back to school shopping done with ease.
Schoola.com is really neat because you are getting clothing that has been gently used. We love to give back to our Earth and one way we do that is recycling. We love to do the same with clothing. All the clothing is in excellent condition and clean. Everything we have gotten from them has been name brand clothing and in like new condition. It’s a great way to get name brand clothing at bargain prices. Everything on the site is up to 70% off retail prices. The best part is 40% of proceeds go toward helping children in need. So get your shopping done and give back at the same time.
I was able to pick her up a really cute pair of pink leggings and two cute tops that we can mix and match. They fit her great and they are in great condition. Schoola.com saves us both time and money and it’s one of our favorite places to do some quick Back to School shopping.
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