Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Off To School We Go with Zoey's Attic

Thank you Zoey's Attic for the shirt to help with this review


Zoey’s Attic officially launched in November 2006 by creator and owner Erin Delanty.  The inspiration for the website came shortly after the birth of their first child. Once they decided to grow their family it was a no brainer to have the store where families could come and get personalized items for children of any age! 


Since our oldest daughter started Kindergarten, we've had the tradition of using Zoey's Attic shirts on their first day of school. Along with school shirts, we've worked with and purchased from Zoey's Attic since early 2012 with the birth of our third daughter. I just can't get enough of this company, and I'll tell you why below with this new review! 
Madison is now in second grade, so this is our third year having Zoey's Attic shirts for the first day of school. My whole point in these shirts is not only to celebrate the next level of school each year, but I decided to not have them personalized so each of our girls can wear them year after year and I will have a picture in each of them with the same shirt on through out their years. 


Madison's wearing the Rockstar shirt, and McKenzie is wearing the So Last Year shirt, which are both made of cotton. I've tested out their sizes and I think for my girls' body types they're true to size if not a little big. Ordering up isn't necessary because they stretch well and will have plenty of room to grow even after multiple washes. 



When looking at their School Shirts section on the website, you'll find many options for boys and girls, with each shirt having the ability to have different grades on them as well as the free option to personalize your child's name if you choose. You can also purchase items for your child's teacher like a couple examples above, and personalize just for them to make it that much more special. 

Shipping is fast, and comes packaged nice and neatly with a pretty little bow. If there's ever an issue with a shirt or item, they're fast to make it right, and do whatever they can to fix any problem that could possibly occur. 

While the girls' shirts retail for $16.50 each, prices ultimately range for each item since you can get short sleeve, long sleeve, raglan, totes, tumbler cups, and more. There's a little something for everyone through Zoey's Attic, and besides custom orders that are brought to life, Erin is always coming up with great new products for purchase. 

I love Zoey's Attic and the work Erin does for her customers. This company will always have my support, and we're lifelong customers, as well as blog supporters! 


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