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Schoola has New With Tags items!

I’m a pretty diehard Schoola shopper, as you know…the girls and I have quite a collection of gently-used Schoola clothes now, and I love that I can get the basic equivalent of thrift-store shopping done right from my house.

schoola new with tags

If gently used isn’t your jam, though, and you’d still like to support Schoola’s educational mission, maybe take a peek at their new with tags items.

Schoola has always had some new-with-tags items donated by individuals, but lately, they’ve had several brands (Gymboree, Tea Collection, Modcloth!) donate larger quantities of brand new items, and when you buy these, proceeds go toward The Malala Fund.


Schoola invited me to pick a couple of items out to review, and I found some things for my girls plus a few for me.   Whee!

schoola new with tags

I got an Athleta NWT skirt, which I paired with a black tee from Goodwill.

Sonia has a NWT Abercrombie and Fitch sweater from Schoola, which she’s wearing with a skirt from Goodwill.

Schoola NWT

And Zoe’s wearing an Old Navy sweater with an Old Navy skirt, both from Schoola.

hot mess

(We tried to be serious while we were taking pictures, but we cracked eventually.)

I didn’t just choose winter clothes, though…as often happens when I shop at Schoola, I bought some out-of-season items for wearing next spring/summer.


(We modeled these inside.   Because it is decidedly not sleeveless dress weather right now.)

Sonia got a NWT Paper Doll dress, and I got an organic cotton NWT stripey dress.NWT paper doll dress

Zoe feels that it is quite a hardship to wait for Sonia to outgrow this dress.   In fact, I think she may be hoping Sonia hits a major growth spurt this winter.   😉



These dresses are hiding out in our closets right now, but when springtime comes, they’ll be kind of like a surprise.   Ooh! New things!

(I think that’s the best part of out-of-season shopping.)


Right now is a great time to shop at Schoola because there are some awesome discounts.

First off, you get free shipping, with no order minimum.

Secondly, there are three discount codes valid now thru December 13th. They’re as follows:

Save $5 off $20 with code 5OFF

Save $10 OFF $30 with code 10OFF  

Save $20 OFF $50 with code 20OFF

Thirdly  (and this applies no matter the season), if you’re brand new to Schoola, you can get $20 off your first order (no minimum) if you shop through this link.   I’m not sure that discount can be combined with the others, but it’s worth a shot, and if you only use one discount, this one is better than the codes.   And you CAN get free shipping in combo with this code.

This post contains affiliate links, which help support The Frugal Girl at no extra cost to you.   Enthusiasm for Schoola is authentic, though, and these  discounts are legitimately awesome.

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Theo-Ann Johnson

Friday 11th of December 2015

I've almost given up on Schoola a couple of times, but then, recently, I needed things for my eldest daughter and they are having the sale you mentioned. I've received things in the wrong size (like a size 2 women's skirt that was put as size 2 toddler!!) and things just lower quality than expected. When I call, they've been very kind, return me my money, and then give me a $10 voucher....then, I get swept in again. It's happened a few times, so I may not be shopping with them, unless there is improvement (in fact, I just got a card in the mail today from them saying thank you for hanging with them while they make improvements!).

I love, love, love thredup though....always good quality, prices, discounts at times, they accept returns....and I get things the way it is described online! I buy things for myself and all the kids there and I have been so pleased. They are worth the try, and so much better than Schoola!


Friday 11th of December 2015

Thanks for the info. Free shipping makes using credits so much more fun! I used the $20 to get a sweater and I put in the coupon code and it reduced my credit to $15 so I thought I would add more to get $25 free but it still charged me for the extra so I took the $5 item out. I wasn't sure if I could save part of my credit so I just left it as is. Then, I started a collection and got a $10 credit and only used $9 of it and it is showing on my account $1.

Moral of the story: use the coupon code and you might be able to use the remainder of you credit later.

2nd moral of the story: I got two sweaters for $.85. I hope they fit!!


Friday 11th of December 2015

Heads up to anyone in Alaska and Hawaii... These states are not an option to ship to!! Was excited to try this but no go.


Thursday 10th of December 2015

I'm really excited to try this!


Thursday 10th of December 2015

Thanks for the referral! I'm giving Schoola a try with the $20 credit. How can you go wrong with that?! I found a few items for my 5 year old....including shorts for soccer next season!

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