Disclaimer: If you want to $20 off code first, scroll to the bottom!
Gah! How cute are my babies?!?
Ok, proud mom moment over! But I will say, even though I don't feature them often here on Domestic Bliss Squared (my daughter has been in at least one other post on her DIY maxi dress though!) my kids are always pretty involved behind the scenes. Often they help with my DIY projects, or my daughter helps style my outfits!
So when Schoola, a new online non-profit thrift store, approached me about working with them I was really excited that they asked me to include my kids! I rarely show them off, and getting a chance to do that makes me so happy. Not to mention my daughter, who was over the moon. This girl loves getting her pictures taken and styling outfits! She helped me choose all the accessories for this gorgeous Ya brand dress (that still had the tags on it!)
You can see why she chose pink accents for me; to match the pink stripes on the dress the lovely people at Schoola sent for her! Plus, she wanted to wear her pink 'high heeled' shoes.
And of course, we had to match the salmon-colored shorts they sent for my little man. He kept playing with the buttons on his shirt talking about how 'handsome' he looked, it was too cute for words. His sister said "he looks like a college graduate!"
One more obligatory cute picture of my kids, because hey! This is my blog and I can!
Schoola is an online thrift store (which is awesome, I can thrift from my couch in my jammies!) that sells clothing donated to them to benefit schools in the US and even internationally. One of my favorite parts of thrift store shopping, other then new adorable clothing for cheap, is the fact that I know my money is going back into the community.
At Schoola, 40% of all proceeds go back into schools. I can actually feel good about buying that 112th pair of shoes, and that's saying something! It's helping fund schools, right? The price points on Schoola are really on par with most local thrift stores, which is also perfect. Though I'm totally willing to pay a bit more for pre-curated online thrift store clothes, Schoola keeps the prices at about what I'd expect from buying locally. With the convenience of being on my couch at 10am,
unshowered completely stylish and pulled together. *ahem*
Ok! So I can personally vouch for the quality and price points, so where's the good stuff? Schoola is currently offering $20 off your first order! And let me tell you that gets a good number of clothes, since most women's dresses are around $10, and kids clothes are under $10.
For $20 off your first order, CLICK HERE!
(and yes, that is my own referral link, but you can also set up your own referral account and spread the love to your family and friends!)
You can also donate to Schoola if you have extra things you'd like to get rid of laying around! They'll send you a bag and pay for postage. You don't even have to load it in your car for donation at your local thrift stores (or if you're like me, leave it in your trunk for weeks...). Just click here to request a bag of your own!
If you liked this post, you might also like: My thrifted Gala outfit with bonus vintage coat!