Product Review: Why I Love Tea Collection

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I have been wanting to post this review for some time now but with the holidays and my parents visiting, it was hectic.

I received my discounted affiliate order in the mail back in early December 2014. My package arrived in the prettiest wrap called Furoshiki, a Japanese form of fabric wrapping. I also wrote a post about a similar Korean method, bogaji, a while ago so it was great to add a more personal touch like that to my order.


My order was wrapped in a brown, gingham print square scarf with a personalized gift tag which read, “To my girls, hope you enjoy your new Tea clothes. Love, Mom”. This order included a large activity book featuring Germany. It was filled with fun coloring pages for everyone and a chance to submit your work of art for a $100 Tea wardrobe. Double awesome!

The girls could not contain themselves as I opened the wrap for them. Their giggles continued on to screams and then jumping. They were so excited to see what was inside.


Since M loves green, I chose this beautiful floral print dress and it was perfect for the holidays, too. She wore this dress on multiple occasions like on Christmas Eve and to the Frozen display at the mall. I chose an off-white shirt with similar floral print for K. She has also worn this to school many times and easily one of her favorite shirts now.


Tea Collection is more than just a kids clothing line. They are inspired by the countries all over the world. My Germany-inspired clothes are beautiful and unique to say the least. I guarantee that you won’t find anything else like them.

Tea’s Global Giving Thursdays: Give Back, Feel Good! is another great way to give support with your purchase. Every third Thursday of each month when you give to the Global Fund for Children on their site, they will match your donation. How awesome is that?!

The only minor issue we had was the garment label on the neck line. My husband and kids don’t like any labels or tags on anything. But that’s another story in itself.

Overall, we are fans of Tea Collection!

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