Parents have been asking us to add more sizes and more styles.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Parents everywhere know - little kids grow too fast to wear out their clothes. Instead, parents have to remove many hardly-worn items from their kids’ closets once or twice a year because they've become too small. Parents then have to find a solution for growing piles of clothes that are no longer used.
Until recently, parents' options were limited to reselling the clothes, handing them down, or donating them to charity.
Wearhop offers a new and unique way for today's savvy parents to dress their kids: parents can now rent new and "like new" kids' clothes from their favorite brands for significantly less than it would cost to purchase the items. Wearhop carries a hand-picked collection of styles from top brands, including crewcuts, mini Boden, Janie & Jack, Hanna Andersson, Tea Collection and more. The clothes can be rented for one to six months. When a child is done wearing the clothes: simply send them back.
Wearhop originally offered sizes 12 months to 4T, but has now added size 5 and plans to continue to grow. "Parents have been asking us to add more sizes and more styles," says Wearhop founder and CEO, Katerina Newell. "The Wearhop concept has really appealed to parents because it allows them to save money at the time of purchase - versus relying on reselling the clothes at a later time - and provides an easy and environmentally-friendly way to deal with clothes that have been outgrown."
Each Wearhop purchase comes with a prepaid shipping label and the original packaging is used to mail the clothes back.
For more information on how wWarhop works or to start shopping today, visit http://wearhop.com//how-it-works.
Wearhop is a new startup that helps savvy parents create stylish, clutter-free wardrobes for kids ages one to five. We carry a hand-picked collection of styles from top brands that parents can rent for special occasions or for a whole season. All clothing may be rented in new or "like new" condition for one to six months, and when a child is done wearing the clothes: simply send them back.