I've been buying a lot of vintage baby & kid clothing on instagram lately, because it's super cute & one of a kind, made in the USA, and it's makes me feel green by buying preloved vintage clothing versus new stuff from the mall that was made in a sweatshop in Asia. Insert comment about reducing my carbon footprint, or something like that.
At any rate, these boxes of clothes the Spencers had saved were amazing! They were going to give them to DI and I told them they were a gold mine, that there were people who would pay big bucks for them. So they gave the boxes to me and I spent a few weeks soaking and washing spots out of them.
@saltcitysmocks and began selling all their old baby clothes (with the exception of the boys clothes I saved for Stanley and Henry). They were a hit! I had over a thousand followers within a week. Their clothes sell like hotcakes, within seconds of me listing them. Crazy! I've been using all the money from my vintage clothing sales to buy clothes for all three kiddos for the next two seasons, and to buy a few things we needed for the baby. It's been a nice little cushion.
Sometimes we also go to DI to go thrifting for things to sell on my instagram. It's a thrill to hunt for vintage there, and the kids love it because I always let them pick out a toy. Cheers to $1 toys from DI!
They also think it's so fun to sit under the racks while I browse. The simple things!Emme and Henry love to help me ship the packages at the post office.