While women are increasingly turning to websites like Rue La La and The Gilt Group for luxury items for themselves and their kids, there hasn't been a trusted and curated marketplace for luxury resale in the kids' clothing market before now. With the addition of premium designer brands, Moxie Jean further cements its position as the only kids' resale site that caters to moms who want quality, value and style for their kids—and backs it up with a 100% money-back guarantee.
"As a mom to three young kids, I know first hand how fast they outgrow clothes," says Moxie Jean Co-founder and CEO Sharon Schneider. "When shopping for high-end designer kids' clothes, it only makes sense to buy flawless but gently-used clothing and then – if it still looks perfect– sell it back to recoup some of my investment. We built Moxie Jean to be the trusted source of stylish, like new clothes for all the moms like us."
To incentivize and source premium clothes for the Designer Room and special occasions, Moxie Jean will offer premium sellers the option of either receiving Moxie Money to spend on the site, or a reward with a twist—gift cards that moms can spend at their favorite high-end department stores.
Moxie Jean adds hundreds of new outfits every Monday and Thursday and consistently features popular brands such as Janie & Jack, Hanna Andersson , Ralph Lauren , Tea Collection, Gymboree and Baby Gap. Each bundle is curated by a Moxie Stylist and is sorted by size, season and style, and is available at consignment sale prices.
About Moxie Jean
Chicago startup Moxie Jean is a must-have resource for moms who want to buy and sell quality gently used kids clothes. Moms save time, save money and save the planet—without sacrificing style to do so.
By providing a curated, stylish selection of like-new baby and kids' clothes at consignment sale prices, Moxie Jean makes it easy to keep up with fast-growing kids, from Newborn to size 8. And with a free postage-paid Moxie Jean Mailer Bag included with each order, it's easier than ever to turn great clothes kids have outgrown into cash or Moxie Money.