New pre-loved clothing website for Miss and Master Fashionista
If you’re wondering what to do with that ever-increasing pile of children’s outgrown clothing about to topple over in the spare room, you might want to take a look at a new website which has been set up to take the pain out of offloading those mini wardrobe wearables.
www.chicylittlemonkeys.com has been created by re-use advocates, The Borrowers Ltd. It’s been designed for the busy parent who doesn’t have the time or inclination to try and sell on auction websites but who would prefer to try and rake back a few £’s from their children’s hardly-worn clothing, rather than sending them to the charity shop.
Lynn Carter, Director of The Borrowers Ltd and the founder of Chicy Little Monkeys, said “We know how busy Mums and Dads are these days and we know the speed at which children outgrow their clothes so we want to make the process of discarding of those garments as easy, eco-friendly and profitable for parents as possible.”
“All our users need to do is buy a bag for £4.99, fill it with their child’s barely worn and never-worn clothes, send it to us FREEPOST and we’ll pay between 25-45% of the sale value on all qualifying items, without having to wait until they’re sold. We’re quite particular about what we accept and every item is carefully checked for quality, brand and condition, but a bag of saleable garments will also qualify for a full £4.99 bag refund”.
www.chicylittlemonkeys.com already has a selection of girls and boys clothes for sale, ranging from 12 months – 12 years in size, including labels such as Dior, Armani and even John Galliano, all at affordable prices. Each garment listed on the site is labelled as “Brand New With Tags”, “New without Tags” or “Barely Worn” so you are virtually guaranteed that they’ll be in excellent, perfectly wearable condition. Lynn is offering a 10% discount off your first order by using the coupon code LAUNCH10 – valid until the end of May and the first 50 collection bags requested will be sent free of charge if claimed via email to email@example.com. Full details can be found on the website