Hanna Andersson Introduces Resale Shop Hanna-Me-Downs

In a world of fast-growing babies and tiny tots, Hanna Andersson has you covered with an easier way to buy and sell gently-used favorite ‘fits.
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By Wyndi Kappes, Associate Editor
Published February 24, 2023

Are you are tired of spending a fortune on clothes that your kids outgrow before you know it? Or hoping to do your part for the environment? Hanna Andersson is here to help with their new resale shop, Hanna-Me-Downs!

Hanna Andersson knows kids can be tough on their clothes, which is why they create durable clothing that can withstand all the crawling, exploring, and play. “We perform extensive wear and wash testing to ensure each new fabric and design holds up to our high standard. This uniquely positions us to provide a resale option for consumers who are looking to hand down their child’s clothes,” Jen Reed, the Chief Sustainability Officer at Hanna Andersson, said in a statement.

The inspiration for the creation of Hanna-Me-Downs comes from customer testimonials about how their purchases have been passed on to new wearers and aligns with the company’s commitment to sustainability, Reed added. Hanna Andersson has always prioritized creating sustainable products, with over 80% of the new children’s activewear line made from recycled fabrics. The launch of the resale platform is a natural next step in the company’s journey to reduce waste and keep clothing out of landfills.

Hanna-Me-Downs already has over 1,500 listings with fair pricing being top of mind for the brand. When the seller lists their product, Hanna-Me-Downs provides a suggested price based on the original list price and item condition. This ensures that customers get a fair price for their items and encourages more parents to participate in the resale market. By providing an affordable option for parents, Hanna Andersson hopes to make a positive impact on both the environment and the community.

You can shop Hanna-Me-Downs now at

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