My kids start school next week, I know a lot of you have already gotten into the routine by now, butthecountdown has officially started here. I have a preschooler, first grader, third grader and a 2 year old who will being doing everything he can to be sure things run “smoothly” while homeschooling. 😉
Although we don’t leave our house for school it doesn’t mean my kids don’t need new duds to kick off the season! Idon’tknow about you but I want children’s clothing that is cute, stilllooksgreat after a wash or two and isn’t covered in characters and obnoxiousness. That’ why I am in love with Tea Collection. Their clothes are made with high quality fabrics that stand up to wear (super important in a child’s garment), wash beautifully and are soft and comfortable to wear. Not to mention they are CUTE!
Tea goes all over the world to get inspired for their collections. Their latest travels to Finland, Sweden and Norway have brought some adorable Nordic inspired fashion for the little ones in your life. I love that they base their collections on different cultures and do what they can to educate children about the rest of the world and how we are all connected. When we opened our box of clothes a cute coloring book was on top full of pictures so beautiful I am considering framing them. I love a company who cares about the world, who gives back and of course makes it cuter. Tea does 100%.
My daughter is still cute and little at only 8, but for some reason you go into most stores and shop in girl’s clothing, look at her size and you would think she was some boy crazy, texting, 80’s rock star. It is hard to find cute clothes for her sometimes! She still loves dresses and leggings, butterflies and flowers. I love all the cute outfits from Tea that she can mix and match together. I love the bright designs and modern patterns they have. Still little girlish, and very, very stylish.
I also have THREE boys. They are all boys too, they like to wrestle, get dirty and make trouble. Boy’s clothing needs to be made well. If I go to some discount store and buy my oldest anything there, chances are they aren’t getting passed down to the other two. Sometimes you want play clothes that the kids can ruin and that’s fine. Sometimes you want cute stuff that will last through more than one child and still look great and not outdated years down the road. All of my kids’ Tea clothes are still in great shape when the next child gets a hold of them. I LOVE that! Quality over quantity.
I love these pullover hoodies, they are lightweight so they can wear them on their own or layered. And his pants are cargo pants, but in a super soft jersey fabric-comfort is key with my boys.
My four year old declared that he would wear this robot shirt every day from here on out. I literally have to wash it while he is sleeping because he can’t bear to see it in the laundry basket and not in his drawer. I have gotten him to wear other things as long as I promise he can wear it the next day. (He’s not too good with days yet, so I can get away with a couple days this way!) Also his jeans are so soft and fit so dang cute that it makes me giggle. Such a cute outfit that just fits this little guys personality!
What tiny dude doesn’t love fire trucks? Mine was all over this cute shirt, and my husband is super envious of his thick soft pants. I am too, since we’re being honest here. Once again super soft, in fact he wore this to bed that night because he fell asleep before we could get him ready for bed and I can’t imagine any pajamas being softer than that!
Do you want to get your kids into some super cute Tea Collection for school, or home, or family pictures?
Of course you do!
How would you feel about winning $100 to spend on anything on the Tea Collection website?
Yeah, that’s what I thought!
One lucky winner will win just that! I will make the entries easy, all entries will be collected via Rafflecopter here. Comments left on this post will not be entered into the giveaway but will be appreciated!
Good luck and I hope you win!
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