I have always enjoyed shopping, whether it’s for me or for others. My last shopping spree was recently for the kids’ back to school stuff. Over the summer, the kids had grown two shoe sizes bigger and one clothing size. So now I needed new jeans, jogging pants, shirts, leggings and sweaters.
As much as I enjoy shopping, it’s a bit frustrating how fast the kids grow out of their clothes. Personally, I don’t like to buy sizes that are too big because then they don’t fit properly and look baggy on the kids. And when I buy the right size, often they grow out of it within the year!
So you can imagine that I was pretty excited to find out about Sears new Kidvantage Grow Out Guarantee. Basically what it means is that when you buy clothes for your kids and they grow out of it within the school year, you can bring it back and exchange it for the next size up! That is pretty amazing!
Growing up, my mom used to take me to Sears all the time for school clothes and for those special occasion dresses and they still have all that same great stuff for my kids now. Since I just finished their back-to-school shopping, I’m now on the look out for some warm winter stuff and maybe a nice special occasion outfit for the holiday parties that are not far away. I love that at Sears I can get everything from school clothes and shoes to jackets, fancy dresses, pyjamas and superhero stuff all in one place. I’ve saved some of my favourites that I know will look great on the kids!
Kyah will love the dress and I know Keyan will be ecstatic about the Batman hoodie. And I’m happy that even if they grow out of it, I can go back to Sears and get the next size up for no extra cost.
I’m sure you’re itching to get started with your shopping now that you know about the Sears Kidvantage Grow Out Guarantee so to help you get started, we are giving away not just 1, but 10 $25 dollar gift cards. Follow the instructions below for your chance to win one of the gift cards.
Good luck and have fun shopping!
“Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Sears and I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”