Sartorial Seconds

SavvyMom March 31, 2016

It’s inevitable. Children and pregnant bellies just keep growing.
And the carbon footprint our growing kids and swelling stomachs make adds up in lots of ways. Luckily for Toronto moms, there are both retail and online options that help to offset those carbon costs (and our own out-of-wallet costs) by buying and/or selling clothes through consignment.

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