It’s been a long winter, but we can now officially say spring has arrived! For most of us, it is time to put away the heavy winter clothing and start dressing in fun and colorful apparel that matches the warmer weather. One of my favorite kids’ clothing lines, Tea Collection, has just released their new Spring Collection, which features fun and stylish designs that are easy to mix and match.
When shopping online, you will find that TeaCollection.com is easy to navigate. If you are needing some inspiration, they have a section called “Outfits” which show you how the items can be paired together. My little girl loves dresses, so this time around, many of our items were cute dresses or tunic tops paired with leggings.
My daughter is very opinionated, so I let her help pick out some of her spring clothing. She was immediately drawn to this Woodstock Twirl Dress in Milk, which pairs beautifully with the Stretch Capri Leggings in Regal Purple. It was just as cute on as it was in the picture!
We both really liked the Rosebank Mini Dress in Fruit Punch and African Lily Dress in Milk. To stretch our budget a little further, we chose the Skinny Stretch Leggings in Indigo since it matches both tops perfectly.
Now, I will be honest, Tea Collection does tend to be more expensive than some other popular children’s clothing stores. However, I believe you often get what you pay for in terms of clothing. Everything that I have ever received from Tea Collection is super soft, extremely durable and of fantastic quality. The clothing holds up wonderfully to rough play and frequent washings and - for those consignment mommies out there - has great resale value.
Ready to go shopping? Head over to Tea Collection and use Spoiled but Not Rotten’s exclusive coupon code, PRSPOIL213, to save an additional 15% off your entire order. This coupon code expires at 12:01 am on April 16th and can be used on regular priced items.
Disclaimer: I was provided several selections of the Tea Collection Spring Line for review purposes. All opinions expressed in this post are honest and my own.