Kids on 45th sells seasonal boxes of adorable gently used kids clothing, priced cheaper than Goodwill & Walmart -- parents can get up to 17 items for $35. Backed by Yes.VC (Caterina Fake), Maveron, Liquid 2 VC (Joe Montana)
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Flickr founder, top VCs invest in Seattle startup that sells used kids clothing at steep discountsElise Worthy bought Kids on 45th two years ago, just before Seattle's most well-known and oldest children's consignment store went out of business. The tech entrepreneur has helped turn an old-school brick-and-mortar concept into an innovative e-commerce service that has shipped 500,000 items of used kids clothing to customers across the country.
Kids On 45th Raises $3.3 Million To Help Moms Find Great, Affordable Kids ClothesGoing shopping for a working mom is exhausting. Imagine having to browse through endless piles and racks of children's clothes to find the right size (and price), while keeping an eye on whiny, cranky kids. Seattle-based mompreneur Elise Worthy decided to remedy this with Kids on 45th , a website that sells seasonal boxes of nearly new kids clothing for 70-90% less than retail.
Kids on 45th just raised millions in seed funding to sell lightly used kids clothes -- sight unseenA seemingly endless number of startups has attracted funding in recent years to make life easier for people with money to spend. They're sold sell nice clothes, chic shoes, cool office space, on-demand car services, on-demand laundry services, on-demand cleaning services, anti-aging therapies...