I have no affiliation with Schoola. I just like what they do!
Do you know Schoola? I tried them and was impressed.
Anytime you go to Schoola you can get $15 of free clothes if it’s your first purchase there. It happens automatically at check out. The special code has expired, but you can still get extra $15 off when your friends get their first $15 worth of clothes for free. They just need to join through your link. That is easy to do by email that appears after you order.
I think it’s awesome that they give money to a school every time you purchase an item! It’s $2 donated for every $5 you spend and they name the school that gets the money.
These are name brand gently used clothing items that can really stretch your school clothing budget! It makes a lot of sense especially for preschoolers and kids who are hard on their clothes. Or use these as play clothes and keep the school clothes in good shape longer.
I love that each item comes with a Schoola tag attached that makes it seem like it came from a store. That might help win over some kids. Each garment arrives in it’s own cloth dust bag with the Schoola logo on it. The bag closes with a drawstring and can be reused in many ways! The bag seems like pretty good quality and should last a while.
You will need to know how sizing runs for the particular brands of course. Since these are well-known brands like Carters it should not be a problem.
BONUS: For every friend you get to join and use the free $15 offer, you get an additional $15 to spend yourself. So get on the phone to your friends about this deal to get even more free clothes! You can get this bonus anytime.
Kind of a sweet deal all around. No kids? They have women’s sizes and they are all designer labels. Some are real steals!
Go to Schoola.com for this deal. I hope you find some things that work for you!
Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with Schoola.com. I got the pictured Brooks Brothers cotton sweater from them at zero cost to me. It seems barely used and is high quality. Even though I got it for free using the deal they still gave over $8 to a named elementary school. I love this!