Kids grow so quickly. In what feels like a blink of any eye they have outgrown their latest clothes and you are having to find new stuff that fits. I don’t know about you, but I really do not like the black plastic hangers from the shops. Normally you can only use them for the outfits that you brought them with. And then have to throw them out when they have outgrown the clothes. I really hate wasting things and knowing that these will end up in landfill is not something that sits well with me.
So when I was approached by Grohanger to check out their hangers that grow with your child I was really intrigued to see how they would work. Grohanger was designed by a dad of two children who couldn’t find decent clothes hangers that would fit properly as his kids grew. The Grohanger website says their hangers are the most practical, cost effective and hassle free way to organise children’s clothes. They will last hroughout their life, from baby to teens. I was sent the 24 hanger set to try out. As well as the hangers it came with clips to hold trousers and skirts. This means a whole outfit of clothes could be hung together. Apparently the clips are also good for adult skirts and trousers.
To see these hangers in action and how I have used them in my 9 year olds wardrobe check out the video below. Now for a word of warning. This video is not the most smoothest. It is in fact saved from Instagram Stories so excuse the filters and the jumpiness. But I felt this would be the best way to show you how these hangers work.
The box in this video came with 24 hangers, clips and age cards cost from £24.95. You can buy this set, or a smaller set or just the clips direct from Grohanger.
I actually wish I came across these hangers when the girls were little as I have probably already spent over £25 on hangers for the girls.
How do you hang your children’s clothes? Do you think you would use hangers like these?