Sunday, December 20, 2009

Kiddie Fashion with a Cause

I believe this is the first time ever that I've blogged about Children's Fashion. For some reason, there is something sweet about kids clothing; it's cuteness and innocence and of course how small the garments are, but I believe it's even sweeter when it stretches out and gives a helping hand.

Tea Collection is a Children's Clothing Fashion line that has partnered with The Global Fund for Children; a great organization that donates money to strengthen community-organizations that serve children in a variety of areas such as education and child well-being in countries all over the world.

50% of all their proceeds go to the Global Fund for Children Organization.

If you still are searching for a charity to help out these Holidays, make sure to check this one out.

Oh and Add me on Twitter!!
I opened up an account and have 0 followers, actually I'm trying to get the hang of it, kinda struggling here, lol.

Great Anniversary Giveaway is coming up on the 22nd.
So, make sure to stop by and enter. =)

24 comments:

  1. tehe i alwaysfind baby shoes so cute ^^

    im following u on twitter i found it hard to use at the beginning too XD

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  2. Hi Sophie...that is such a good cause.

    I really don't do twitter but I'll follow you via google reader if that's ok?

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  3. hey sophie

    thanks for the link, i've added you to mine too : ) stop by more often okay?

    xx lue

    ps. this is a good cause

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  4. I'm a complete sucker for children's clothing - I still look at little girl outfits and want to buy them for my baby - who's 21 now!! happy anniversary in advance, I'll be back for your give away! namaste, elsie

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  5. What a great clothing site with a fabulous cause to boot! Can't wait for your giveaway and adding you on twitter right now sweetie! :)

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  6. And those clothes are cute, too! Maybe I should buy some for my little sister.

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  7. little kid clothes are so adorable!
    i added you on twitter! :)

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  8. Cute~! I don't have twitter, maybe I should get one of those :P

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  9. Omg that is the cutest thing ever, the clothing for kids are so simple and stylish <3

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  10. yay i have too :D
    thanks ... keep in touch :D

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  11. Great post. I often like childrens' clothing too.I'm looking forward to the giveaway.

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  12. A great cause and I just love their clothing too!
    Your blog is fantastic!

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  13. Great site & cause. I added myself as a follower to your blog :-)

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  14. What a great cause, how cool. Thanks for posting about it! I just love the girl's shinto style dress.

    Happy Holidays!

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  15. I'm always shopping for clothes for my lil' guy. I'll be checking out Tea Clothing. It's always nice companies reach out to others.

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  16. I don't buy children's clothes as I don't have children or any friend who has... but I'll keep this on my mind for the future, thanks for sharing!!

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  17. this is a very sweet post! Thanks for the info!

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  18. Little kiddies clothings are always so adorable! If only they make some grown up versions as well lol:)

    xx

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  19. Oh, I so love children's clothing. Like, little babies all dressed up? Just so precious. I love little girls, all dressed up!

    Haha, I've had twitter for awhile, but I still feel kind of awkward about it. I'll definitely follow you :)

    Thanks so much for stopping by! Hmm, my twitter is twitter.com/lexyht, so see if that works? :)
    quirkyexplosion.blogspot.com

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  20. ** remind me to follow you! my twitter isn't connecting, for some reason..

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  21. I'm following you on Twitter now! :) I was so confused by it at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's sort of fun!

    http://playingdressupwithkellie.blogspot.com/

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  22. I love kids' fashion, too. What a great cause.

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