Trade in, Trade up and help Pumpkin Patch make a difference with recycled jeans

Pumpkin Patch is one of my favourite places to shop for clothes for  my girls. I remember Kalyra’s first Christmas we went on a big spending spree in our local store as we wanted only the best clothes for our princess. The designs are so beautiful and cute. Maybe that is where Kalyra’s love of fashion first began.

Pumpkin Patch Denim

Photo: Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Patch is launching a jean recycling incentive scheme this week called ‘Patch denim trade-in days,‘ where you can put your old kid’s jeans to use and get some snazzy new ones.

Customers can receive 20% off selected Pumpkin Patch jeans when they bring in unwanted kids jeans.
Any used jeans traded in will be recycled through the local Smith Family charity.

The trade in scheme will run from 22nd to 27th May and if successful there are plans for extending this recycling project further.

Not only is Pumpkin Patch doing great things for charity, but they recently won Retailer of the Year in the My Child Excellence Awards for 2012, as voted by thousands of parents across Australia.

Pumpkin Patch took out all three of the fashion product categories, winning the Maternity Fashion, Baby Fashion and Children’s Fashion awards!

This week is a great time for you to give those unused jeans to someone else who really needs them and get yourself a discount on a new pair for your little ones.

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  • Sophie

    Love Pumpkin Patch! Felt like we bought half the shop a couple of times when my youngest was a baby and we lived in New Zealand 9 years ago. Since then, I’ve only ever seen it in Dubai. Europe on the horizon any time soon?


    • Caz

      I’m not sure about that. I’ll have to see if I can find out for you. TI would be awesome if they did


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