Hey party people! Today I’m sharing a stress-reducing, time and energy-saving fashion mail order service for all you busy mama’s and daddies. It’s called Kidbox. I am sooooo glad that I came across this brand.
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The reason why I wanted to share this with you is because #1, we’re loving it AND because I know that there are some of you who struggle with or don’t like shopping for your kid’s clothes. The experience has the potential to be no bueno for some. I don’t know why but I used to think that all moms liked shopping for their kid’s clothes. Especially for baby and toddler stuff. But boy was I wrong!
I can’t tell you the amount of mama’s that I encounter who express how much they dislike the whole clothes shopping experience. Or, the other subset of moms that struggle to build a quality wardrobe for their kids. Some moms don’t know where to shop or how to save when shopping for quality brands.
Kidbox To The Rescue
Kidbox makes clothes shopping fun and it has the potential to be a lifesaver for you and your fam. It’s a very well thought out service that takes care of all of the guesswork, the searching, the shopping and the styling for you. Then you get to take care of the “dressing room” process from the privacy of your home.
They have boxes for kids sizes newborn through size 14.
To give you an idea of the quality of the clothing and the type of brands you can expect to see, take a look at what my daughter received in her first Kidbox. Altogether she received 7 pieces. 3 tops, 2 bottoms, 1 dress outfit, and a hair accessory. Every item is brand new with retail tags. All of the pieces can be mixed and matched to create different looks.
Getting a box is also a good way to start building a solid wardrobe for your child, each season. I chose to buy my daughter’s items up 1 size so she has room to grow with them and I can extend the life of her items. These kids grow too fast!
This gold star top is one of my daughter’s fav’s. We discovered after she wore it a couple of times, that the star patch is actually a pocket! Now she keeps it stuffed with all of her little toys.
Both of my kids are super active and rough so I really appreciate the quality of the denim she received in her box. They came with adjustable waists and snaps which are perfect for her potty training. These jeans look like they’re ready for all of her shenanigans lol.
What I LOVE About Kidbox
One of my favorite things about Kidbox is that the company donates clothing to kids in need every time you’re satisfied with and keep your full box. Other great features include free shipping both ways, free home try-ons and you only pay for what you keep. So if you don’t like something, just send it back!
Another cool feature with each box is all the extra cute kid-centered contents like The Scribble newsletter (full of interesting stuff for your kids to read), and we got a nice little pencil case with stickers (which are all over our house now lol). They even threw in some wrapping paper sheets. Look at this stuff!
Each box is also customized to your child’s lifestyle. They take into account the types of activities your child loves; their favorite colors and their personality. So when you get your box, you can be sure that you’ll have things that your kid will love.
I hope you’ll give Kidbox a try or consider buying a box as a nice gift for a deserving parent in your life. You can also buy special individual boxes (Dreambox=Sleepwear, Kidsentials=Underwear & Socks etc.) in between the seasonal ones. Remember you can save $10 off your first order when you use my exclusive code STELLAR10, that Kidbox has created just for my readers.
Just to recap:
- Free shipping both ways
- Pay for what you keep
- If you keep the whole box, Kidbox will donate clothes to kids in need
- Try on for free at home
- No subscription required. Order whenever you need a fashion refresh
- Get $10 off your first order
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So what do you think about Kidbox? Do you think you might try it?