As a parent, the cost of raising a child can be daunting. From nappies and formula to household equipment and clothing, things can really add up. As your little one grows, fast-fashion shops may not provide the quality of items you desire. After all, you want to make sure the fabrics touching their skin are not only soft and comfortable, but well made.
That’s why more and more parents are turning to renting baby clothes as an alternative to buying brand new pieces each and every time they grow out of them. Which trust us - is a lot! In fact, baby clothing rental is set to become one of the biggest retail trends in the year to come according to Forbes magazine.
Read on to find out why Bundlee parents rent baby clothes with us, and the surprising savings they've made along the way.
Renting baby clothes is more sustainable
With babies outgrowing 7 clothing sizes in just 2 years, baby clothes really are the ultimate fast fashion. So it's no secret that baby clothing rental is more sustainable for the planet. But how does Bundlee make your baby clothes rental process as sustainable as possible?
Longer clothes lifecycle - On average, our sustainable baby clothing passes through 5 families, and we recycle or donate pieces onto charity once they reach the end of their lifecycle
Our brands - We pick brands which reflect and match our ethical and sustainable values
Cleaning process - Our eco-cleaning facility uses green cleaning methods including Ozone sanitisation, to make sure clothes are clean as can be whilst being gentle on the planet.
Caring about the planet at every stage of our rental model, means that Bundlee's model saves 86% carbon dioxide equivalent emissions and 96% of the water usage compared to buying new.
Renting their wardrobe saves you space
Baby clothes really do pile up, don't they? Whether its clothing gifts from your family, or outgrown pieces, they use up precious space in your home. That's why one of the main benefits of renting baby clothes is the ability to simply swap out clothes that no longer fit for the next size up whenever your little one is ready. So you can have peace of mind, and more room for stylish new clothes.
Renting saves you money
Baby clothes are expensive. That's why renting your little one's clothes is a great way to get the brands you love at a fraction of the price, and you won't need to buy new when they're outgrown.
Simply pop them back to us when they're ready for the next size, and receive a brand new set of 15 pieces. That's why parents save over £300 per bundlee. Yep, really!
How does renting baby clothes with Bundlee work?
Our baby clothing rental service keeps pace with growing babies, and helps parents conveniently save time, space and money. But, how exactly does it work?
1. Pick your clothing plan
If you're new to baby clothing rental or considering changing the service you're currently using, it's important to choose the best subscription that'll benefit you and your little one the most. Here at Bundlee, we have two plans to choose from:
The Capsule Plan
For £24 per month, our Capsule bundlees include 15 curated essentials from our Bundlee Originals collection, chosen by our experts to create the perfect capsule wardrobe for you.
The Personalised Plan
For £39 per month, our Personalised plan offers a little more freedom for you to choose your own 15 premium pieces, from the sustainable brands you love.
2. Select your delivery date
Choose a delivery date that works for you. You can preorder up to 6 months in advance with our Capsule plan or 1 month in advance with our Personalised plan.
3. Let the magic happen!
Our experts will handpick your pieces for your new bundlee. All you need to do is sit back, relax, and wait for your sustainable baby clothes to arrive on your door step. Plus, your delivery is completely free.
Now you know how renting baby clothes works, what are you waiting for? Head over to our Plan Picker page to start your new planet-saving subscription.
If you're still not sure if renting is right for you, hear from some Bundlee Families about their experiences.