Pre-Loved is totally trendy!by Adam Siegel
We are excited to announce a new feature on our webshop: a new service that allows customers resell clothing they are no longer using.
Said another way: is your kid no longer wearing their wonderful ethical garments that The Extra Smile produced? Now you can resell them directly on this website and get store credit that allows you to renew the wardrobe of your kids with newer and larger-sized garments. Just create an account, then select the item to sell, and it will be available for another sustainable parent to buy.
The scrunchie is back with a bang and we are delighted!by Samantha Thouret
A wind of nostalgia is blowing through our hair. After the hairpin and the headband, the scrunchie is back. In 2020, girls and women across the globe are wearing it with more elegance than ever.
At The Extra Smile, we were unable to resist this comfy and trendy fashion accessory!
A day trip to Brussels with the kids? Read our tips!by Heleen Devos
Brussels is hip. The capital of Belgium and Europe has a lot to offer for day tourists with children. Who doesn't love Manneken Pis, a tasty waffle and beautiful architecture?
We guide you to a number of educational, sustainable and remarkable places.
Our tips to explain ethical fashion to the kids. "Tell me daddy, mommy: if I want to take care of the planet, how shall I do it?"by Samantha Thouret
First of all, little ones, it is not primarily the planet that must be saved, but humanity. And to save humanity, we must start by protecting our planet.
Our kids are fully aware that our planet needs help. Thanks to awareness raising in schools and in the media, children are asking questions and this is good news!
They play an important role in getting our planet on the right track, and it starts every morning when they wake up and get dressed!
So why is it important to dress children consciously and what language to use when we tell them about the life cycle of their clothes?
To those looking for inspiration, The Extra Smile shares some ideas on how to approach fashion with little green warriors!
Home schooling? Been there, done that. And survived.by Heleen Devos
It’s not a holiday. And especially not for the temporary stay-at-home parents who didn’t see it coming.
I’ve been there. Last October, schools in Chile shut down for a week due to social unrest, which was followed by a planned November holiday week. Then all exhausted parents could return their kids to school, which went all right for a week, until teachers went on a strike “indefinitely”.
Pre-Loved is totally trendy!
The scrunchie is back with a bang and we are delighted!
A day trip to Brussels with the kids? Read our tips!
Our tips to explain ethical fashion to the kids. "Tell me daddy, mommy: if I want to take care of the planet, how shall I do it?"
Home schooling? Been there, done that. And survived.