Spring Looks from Kidbox

If you haven’t already heard of Kidbox, it’s a box full of kid’s stylish clothing that arrives at your doorstep each season. You then choose which items you like, and send back the ones you don’t. If you love everything you see, the entire box is always $98 for 6-7 pieces, so you’ll never spend over $100. Like many of the subscription box service options out there, you fill out a personality profile for your mini me and a stylist chooses the seasonal pieces to send over. Here’s a look at our 2017 Spring box that arrived for little miss Gia Bella..




The box arrived with each piece individually wrapped inside, with a description card of each item and price. Immediately some pieces caught my eye- an adorable fringe ice cream tank top and shorts from Jessica Simpson, a pair of pastel jeans from 7 For all Mankind, and a textured white blouse from Design History.






I loved that there were full outfit options in the box, many of which could be mixed and matched. Also having both a pants and shorts option were great-especially with Mother Nature’s moods lately.




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The other three tops from Lucky and Kensie I didn’t absolutely love, so I’d most likely send those choices back and keep my faves. I can totally see Gia running around this summer in her ice cream tank paired with a fun pair of shades and cute sandals. The white Design History top with 7 For All Mankind jeans would be the perfect outfit for a spring birthday party or outing with mommy.

The great thing is that as the stylists learn more about you via your choices and the items you send back, your boxes will get better and better. Both the system’s algorithm and personal stylist touches will work together to pin down your style preference.


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Overall, I was pleased with this season’s Kidbox and look forward to seeing what’s in store for future boxes. It’s a great way to keep up with new kid’s clothing designers and see the latest from our favorites too. There’s even a new box for babies too!

To sign up for your own Kidbox, visit www.kidbox.com.




We received a sample box to facilitate this review. As always, all opinions are our own.

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