Joe Fresh has long been a favourite of ours when it comes to kids’ clothes, and now we can all squeal with delight over their latest itty-bitty collection—Joe Fresh Sprout.
This newborn line is set to be in stores as of Thursday, January 31, 2019, but we’ve got a sneak peek for all of you who can’t get enough of tiny adorable clothing.
Sizes & Styles
Available in sizes from 0-12 months, pieces include both the essentials for babies as well as functional items that are ideal for newborns and make dressing tiny bodies whilst in a fog of sleep deprivation super simple for parents.
You can’t go wrong with the classic footed sleeper. They’re perfect for just about anything. Pro tip: for the first three months of your baby’s life, don’t worry about dressing them up. Keep them in these types of pjs. It makes life easier on you, makes for less laundry and they’re snuggly and warm for your little one.
Plus, Come Shop with Us at Joe Fresh & Get 25% Off
If you want to see more in person and shop for yourself (and save), we’re co-hosting some exciting shopping experiences in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.
Join SavvyMom at Joe Fresh for a fun evening of shopping and mingling. You’ll have a chance to check out the new Joe Fresh Sprout collection, shop with a 25% discount code store-wide (meaning you can pick up some new duds for the whole family), meet local influencers, eat some great snacks, enter giveaways and even grab a swag bag!
You can RSVP for your city below. PLUS: Enter our contest for a chance to WIN a $100 Joe Fresh Gift Card! Here’s all the info you’ll need:
Tuesday, February 5
5-7PM at Joe Fresh at Queen and Portland
Wednesday, February 6
5-7PM at Joe Fresh at 3185 Grandview Highway
Thursday, February 7
5-7PM at Joe Fresh at 100 Country Village Road NE
This post is brought to you by Joe Fresh but the opinions are our own.
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