I’m not a huge label person. That said, I recognize quality when I see it. And when my kids were born, I fell in love with Hanna Andersson clothing for kids.
Made in Sweden of high quality knits and fabrics, Hannas are known for their durability. They are also known for unique patterns and mix and match ease.
Every Hanna I’ve ever owned has survived long after the girls have outgrown them. Shannon’s Hannas were given to Leela, who wore them until she grew out of them. And then I passed them down to friend’s kids who could use them. I bet they have been passed on even since. Quality lasts.
As wonderful as Hannas are, they are not inexpensive. But I daresay that you get so much more use out of them than other lines of children’s clothing.
Over the years I found Hannas on eBay and also at the outlet mall in Kittery Maine. It’s a hell of a hike for me, but I would do it once a year to stock up on tights, sweaters, and other items that I had lusted over in the catalog the previous season.
But recently a Hanna outlet opened close to my home. Oh, what a happy day that was. Now I’m able to scoop up bargains left and right. Actually, the prices are even cheaper than Walmart.
Yesterday I was able to stock up on Hanna swimsuits for $6 per piece. I’m not one who’s big on two piece suits for kids, but these are more like tankinis. This summer my girls developed terrible rashes due to the seams on their one piece suits, and I’ve found that the tankinis alleviate that problem.
Hanna swim suits are around $44 for two pieces, but I was able to stock up on suits for $12 per pair. That is a mighty fine price for a well made article of clothing.
Not only did I stock up on swim suits, but I also bought sundresses for next summer. Normally this type of dress runs around $42, but I paid $10. If you could only feel how butter soft the cotton is, you’d totally understand why this is so darn exciting.
This sale only runs through tomorrow, July 30th, but sales like this happen frequently at their outlet stores.
There are only six Hanna outlets in the country, but fret not. I’ve also found amazing deals at the regular Hanna stores and also online during their twice a year Hanna sales. Certainly something to watch for.
Do check to see if you have a Hanna store near you. And even if you have to drive a bit, it’s totally worth it!
How about you? Are you a Hanna Andersson fan? Do you have a Hanna outlet close to you?
This is not a sponsored post. Hanna Andersson doesn’t even know I exist. I paid for all of my Hannas. And I’d do it again.