Your little one is growing up fast, which is why renting baby clothes makes sense. Did you know, babies outgrow an average of 7 clothing sizes in their first 2 years? That's a lot of clothes waste! Our Founder, Eve Kekeh, created Bundlee as an antidote to the waste fast-fashion generates. So, from saving money on sustainable baby clothes brands to restoring harmony in your busy home, read on to find out why Bundlee families shop rented baby clothes.
Renting baby clothes is cheaper
Babies grow fast, which means they outgrow their clothes quickly. This can lead to a significant amount of money being spent on baby clothes that are only worn for a short period of time. Renting baby clothes helps parents save money by providing access to high-quality clothing without the high cost, and allows them to rent and pay for what they need when they need it, making it a more affordable option for many of our families. To find out what brands we have available click here!
You'll save lots of space
Babies come with a lot of stuff, and it can quickly take up a lot of space. Renting baby clothes with Bundlee can help our parents save space by eliminating the need to store clothes that are no longer being used. When a baby outgrows a rented outfit, it can simply be returned, freeing up space for the next set of clothes! This can be especially beneficial for families living in smaller homes or apartments with limited storage space.
Choose from sustainable premium baby clothes
We offer sustainable premium baby clothes, which are made from high-quality materials that are better for the environment. These clothes are often made from organic cotton, bamboo, or other sustainable materials that are free from harmful chemicals. Sustainable baby clothes aren't known as the most affordable baby clothing, but that's why renting them instead of buying, means that parents can choose eco-friendly options without being put off from the high costs.
With Bundlee, you can rent each piece for £2.60 per month, saving our parents hundreds of pounds to spend on other necessities.
Do your family's bit for reducing clothing waste
According to Hubbub, £183 million worth of unused baby clothing is currently being stored in UK homes, which is enough for 250 pieces of clothing per baby in the UK. Yikes!
That's why renting preloved baby clothes is a great way to reduce clothing waste. On average, our clothes will be passed on to around five families, which helps to reduce the amount of baby clothes that end up in landfills.
When our clothing is no longer suitable to be worn, it goes on to be donated or recycled, which ensures that the clothes that are no longer suitable for use are repurposed. By choosing to rent baby clothes, parents can help reduce the impact of the fashion industry on the environment and contribute to a more sustainable future for their little ones.
Do you think renting your baby's clothes could be perfect for your new family? To find out more about how baby clothing rental works with Bundlee, head to our homepage here, and if you're ready to get started, click here.