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  1. Back to School – Everything You Need

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    July 27, 2016 by Polarn O. Pyret

    Many eager children will be heading back to nursery and school in September. Playful days lie ahead and you need to be ready for sunshine, showers and slush. We have some helpful tips and ideas we’d love to share with you! Autumn weather can be unpredictable, so the layering principle is a brilliant way to dress a child, whether they’re always on the go or tend to feel the cold. They can add or remove a layer as the need arises. Polarn O. Pyret has spent many years developing and testing new and clever functions on our outer garments. 360-degree reflectors for visibility in the dark, easily detachable hoods for safety, pre-bent sleeves in jackets and pre-bent knees in shell garments to give children greater …
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  2. Rainbow Project

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    June 17, 2016 by Polarn O. Pyret

    The love a parent has for their children is unconditional, it surpasses color, preference, capabilities, and disease. In support of Childhood, Polarn O. Pyret is dedicated to giving $1 for each item bought from our display of unconditional love – the Rainbow Collection. Some of our fans have been kind enough to share their stories of unconditional love, feel free to share yours as well! ALYSE SCHOLL (@flicks_on_fleek) MELISSA KVITKO (@mmkvitko) DANNY (@Danny120378) CHRISTINA (@FIFIANDMO)


  3. All children are equally different!

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    May 23, 2016 by PO.P Press

    Polarn O. Pyret is celebrating our 40th anniversary We have developed a collection with rainbow stripes to symbolize our long-term values in relation to the equal value of all children. All children are unique, and they are all equally different. For every item from the collection that is sold, $1 will go directly to World Childhood Foundation to help ensure that children get to be children, now and in the future. Some items from Polarn O. Pyret’s summer collection will have the splendid colors of the rainbow to highlight the equal value of all children. The collection is made of soft jersey and primarily consists of organic cotton – perfect for all summer activities. There are kimono wrap-around bodysuits for the tiniest children, with the …
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  4. Look how our fans recycle & get $$$

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    April 25, 2016 by Polarn O. Pyret

    Our Thredup campaign is already underway! We teamed up with Thredup to provide our customer’s a way to recycle their old clothes for cash to use at our stores and online! Some PO.P lovers below have already started their spring cleanup. Start your cleanup by getting your free bag from thredup! Picture by @allisonpants Allison and family spend Earth Day recycling old clothes the fun way! Picture by @stylefitfatty “Noah thought he was opening a present until I told him what we were gonna do. What better for Earth Day?” Picture by @littlekidnyc “Earth Day Clean Up! Spring has sprung – and so has the clutter in our house, the clean up has begun! “ Picture by @jessiejonzen An activity for the whole family!  Picture …
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  5. Recycle and get $$$ back!

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    April 13, 2016 by Polarn O. Pyret

    Have you been surprised by one of thredUp’s polka-dot bags in your recent order? We hope you’ve had a chance to take advantage of this online consignment service that allows you to recycle women’s and kids’ gently used (or almost new clothing and shoes) to other families around the country. If you haven’t, we hope you’ll give it a try. It’s a great way to keep yours and your kids’ outgrown, but still wearable clothes, playing and having fun. We often receive questions about the thredUp bags. They are so easy, it can seem too good to be true! So we thought we’d try it out with some of our old PO.P, and answer your questions along the way. If you have more, please let …
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  6. One on One

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    November 3, 2014 by Polarn O. Pyret

    We at Polarn O. Pyret are very proud to have Melissa working in our store in Edina, MN as an assistant manager. She is a great addition to our team and has lent a very thoughtful perspective to our team about relating to kids with special needs — and their families. Shopping with kids who do have special needs can be stressful for families and PO.P wants to make shopping in our stores a happy and pleasant experience for all. Melissa brought us a wonderful proposal for how to make this happen — we are happy to be launching our One on One Shopping Program for Families with Special Needs primarily due to her initiative. Read a little more about Melissa’s story in her blog …
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  7. From One Kid to Another

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    July 22, 2014 by Polarn O. Pyret

    Clothes that can take hundreds of hours of play bring joy to many. Children grow – that’s a fact – but clothes that last are never too small. Not as long as they fit someone smaller. In all the wear and tear of everyday life, clothes that last are something we all benefit from. Hand-me-downs also benefit our Earth. Which is why Polarn O. Pyret has invented an amazing machine that we have installed in our stores. If you put one or more outgrown items in the portal, some other kid will get good use out of them. As a thank you for your help, we will give you a money-off coupon worth $15 Off your next purchase over $70. All donations will be channeled …
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  8. Clean Out and ThredUp

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    July 25, 2013 by PO.P Press

    Have you been surprised by one of thredUp‘s bags in your recent order or been presented one by one of our sales associates? We hope you’ve had a chance to take advantage of this online consignment service that allows you to resell your gently used (or almost new clothing) to other families around the country and receive a Polarn O. Pyret customer credit in return. If you haven’t, we hope you’ll give it a try. It’s a great way to keep your kids outgrown, but still wearable, clothes playing and having fun.

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    Fill up the bag with freshly-washed, name-brand clothing with no signs of wear or tear. (This is important for maximizing what credit you receive.) All the information on what they take and what it’s worth can be found on the thredUp Standards page.