My Little Outfit is a reseller of high-end, delicately loved second-hand children’s clothing
LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES, November 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – My little outfit, the popular retailer of well-groomed children’s clothing, will now offer exclusive shopping sprees to moms in need through a new partnership with Harvest Home.
My Little Outfit is a children’s resale site with an exceptional collection of upscale and sweetly loved second-hand children’s clothing. MLO organizes the clothes into trendy outfits for sizes 0-6 years. My Little Outfit offers a Shop-Wear-Trade business model with a myriad of avant-garde outfits. All outfits are sold for $ 18.99 regardless of designer or brand. The company also allows customers to exchange clothing purchased from MLO or other sources that meet specific criteria.
Harvest Home is a residential program in Los Angeles for homeless pregnant women and their babies. Women enter the program when they are pregnant and stay there for three to six months after the birth of their child. Harvest Home offers a nurturing and structured program to help every woman in need make changes in her life to achieve independence and stability.
As part of the alliance, when My Little Outfit (MLO) customers exchange their clothes, they will have the option to keep their Heartcoins (store credit) to buy for their own children or to donate to moms in need. . Additionally, when an MLO subscription is purchased, My Little Outfit will match funds and allocate dollars towards shopping sprees.
“We truly admire the work of Harvest Home and are delighted to partner with them to help them dress their precious babies,” said My Little Outfit CEO and Founder Courtney Kanner Fishman. “Each month, starting in December before the holidays, Harvest Home Moms will use the allocated funds to have a fun shopping spree, choosing outfits for their little ones.”
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