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Xmas Offer: 20% Off at Baobab Children

December 10, 2012 by  
Filed under Christmas Gift Ideas, Discounts & Offers

Baobab Children are making your Christmas shop a little easier on your wallet, by offering a fabulous festive 20% off their ElectroPop collection.

The limited edition kids collection for 4-8 year old’s is all about pinks, neon stars, lightning flashes and electric blues. It is made from 100% organic cotton, and is stylish and fashionable, yet very affordable.
This colourful, fun collection is designed for kids who want to stand out from the crowd. The clothes are of high quality, fun and comfortable to wear.

“Too many children’s clothes look the same, and can look so dull, particularly in Winter” said co-
owner and designer, Geraldine Platten. “We design our clothes to be brightly coloured, fashionable,
play-friendly, and to have a positive, happy feel about them. All of our clothes are limited edition items
because we value every child’s right to look and feel different from everyone else. We share ideas and
designs with parents and children, and listen to what works and what doesn’t. Then we refine our
range until it’s a perfect fit for the people who matter – you and your children. We are committed to
keeping our clothes at high street prices because we believe great quality, limited edition, organic
clothes shouldn’t cost the earth.”

The clothes will make great Christmas gifts, at a reduced price, including free UK P&P – orders must be placed by 14th December.  The brand is unique, as it only makes a very limited number of each item of clothing. This means that parents are less likely to see other children wearing the same thing.

Clothes in the collection include:

 

Neon Star top – was £24.00, now £19.20
Strobe top – was £28.00, now £22.40

 

Baobab are also proud to be supporting a great cause – 1% of pre-tax profits for this year will be donated to the Barnardo’s children’s charity. Baobab Children is a new company, founded in October 2012 and aimed to fill a gap in the market, that was to offer environmentally-friendly, clothes that look great, and are affordable, one-of-a-kind pieces.

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