Once we become parents, I think that we truly get a grasp on how dangerous our world actually is. When contact with a single peanut can become a life or death situation for your precious little one, there are plenty of doors that slam in your face and plenty of fears that arise. While our own children are allergy free, I, sadly, cannot say the same for some of their friends. The worry that their parents go through on a daily basis is enough to put anyone over the edge. Having to bring epi-pens to preschool, becoming terrified of what other children may have packed in their lunchboxes – it’s overwhelming. While nuts and dairy may be the well-known allergies, a simple piece of clothing can be bothersome to many as well.
I have always been irritated by tags, as are my children. Skin allergies are becoming more common these days and children with autism, oftentimes, have tactile sensitivities to certain types of clothing. Different textures, tags, and even seams can become a nuisance to anyone for a variety of reasons but when one door closes, another one always opens. Alex Merlino chose not to allow a closed door deter her and, instead, ventured forward toward something less restricting, something better.
Teres Kids is a line of trouble-free clothing for children. Whether your child has allergies, sensitivities or just simply prefers comfortable clothing, Teres Kids is definitely for you. There is no longer a need to worry about itchy fabrics, tags that rub, or bothersome seams. Using 100% organic cotton, the line is sourced and manufactured right here in the USA. Not only is it helping to keep children comfortable while remaining active, it also allows them to do this quite stylishly. Teres Kids has everyone covered with sizes ranging from 2T to 12 and styles for, both, boys and girls.
Now, our little guys are quite picky about their clothing choices so I sat down with my son to let him choose a top. As we were scrolling down we came across a pirate shirt. Our search ended there. Amazingly enough, his new shirt arrived at our doorstep one day before he was set to attend a pirate themed party. Of course, he was adamant about wearing his Teres Kids top. The best part? He could actually play in it! Run, jump, tumble, and climb – all without one complaint! Their sizing does seem to run a bit big so you may want to take that into consideration when purchasing. My son is a solid 5T or S5/6 but his new Teres Kids shirt is a bit large on him. However, I’m not bothered at all by this because it just allows him to get that much more use out of the shirt before outgrowing it.
Teres Kids recently released their 2012 Fall/Winter line of clothing and it is certainly filled with some adorable pieces. From the clean lines, mod prints, and a tag-free design all the way to the huge pockets for hiding toddler treasures, there is certainly something for everyone. Pricing for the line starts at $13 and if you swing by now, you may be able to snag a few deals on past collection pieces while supplies last. While there, make sure you check out their giveaway page for monthly chances to win a Teres Kids shirt for your little ones. Keep up to date with them through their Facebook and Twitter pages for extra chances to try your luck as well.
Teres Kids is an amazing line of children’s clothing and it saves us parents one less worry. Regardless of your reasoning, Teres Kids is the perfect place to dress your kids comfortably without the stress or carbon footprint that goes along with many of the larger retail companies. So, from our home to yours, happy made-in-the-USA tag-free shopping!