If you live with a kid, or a loved one has a little baby, you know how baby items can pile up. When I had my child, our house was filled to the brim! Not just with cots and baby chairs, but with clothes. The excitement of welcoming a kid can lead us to buy a lot of those cute little clothes we see, but my kid grew out of them so quickly, and I had to keep buying more and more.
When my second kid was on the way a year later, I knew what a waste of money buying clothes would be. That’s when I discovered Bundlee! Bundlee is the UK’s first baby clothes rental service. They’re built on the premise of ethical clothing and aim to reduce waste caused by parents like me overbuying clothes. I was intrigued, so I decided to give it a try.
What Do You Get?
With the Capsule Subscription, for £24 a month, you get a box containing 15 pieces of baby clothes. I signed up on their site and chose my baby’s size and my preferred delivery date. A bundle of clothes then arrived on my doorstep, curated for my baby’s size and the season.
Their Personalised Subscription lets you choose you favourite pieces to rent from a fantastic range of premium sustainable brands including MORI, Mini Rodini and The Bonnie Mob. At just £39 per month, you can save 70% compared to buying the pieces new!
The Box Cycle
Bundlee doesn’t require you to return the clothes on any specified date. It’s not a weekly or monthly cycle. Instead, you’re free to return them once your child outgrows them. Upon returning, Bundlee sends your next box to you, with clothes one size up!
What I Liked About Bundlee
The first thing I liked about Bundlee was that all the clothes they deliver are ethically made. Bundlee also has rental insurance, which is covered in the monthly payment of £24. This meant that I could use the clothes freely without worrying about getting stains on the clothes or any wear and tear.