KidBox - A Review For Affordable Kid Stylists
First to admit here that I thought hiring a styling service for my child may have tipped me into a category that I never thought I would find myself in one day. But, with balancing career mom life, hiring is a stylist is exactly what I did. Face it, shopping for a little boy is frustrating, the clothing section is smaller than a European hotel room. The options are just not there. Funny that is the case since it's the female gender that shops for little boys clothes. To aid my needs of finding fun clothes based on my son's personality I contacted Kidbox. Kid box has assembled a team of industry pros to create a uniquely fun and effortless shopping experience that brings parents and kids together to discover new styles, save time in their busy lives, and bond over the joys of community giving.
It was easy for me to create an account, just a couple clicks to tell them my son's sizes and what I want to see him in. I asked them to avoid orange, which is ironic since he was wearing a bright orange shirt when his box arrived.
We received our box two weeks after our initial signup. The box itself is a giant coloring book, everything inside and out is ready to have an artist take over. Logan wasn’t interested in coloring, but I thought it was cool and MAY have colored a couple of areas before recycling the box.
Inside were two neatly wrapped (it’s all about presentation) clothing piles, a note from my stylist Megan (another ironic fact), and a bag with a prepaid shipping label in case I wanted to return something I didn't like. The best part is that I never paid for shipping, and wouldn't even if I returned something to them.
As I was taking pieces out of the box, I was waiting to find something I didn't like, but I didn't. I liked everything. I was shocked at how well they pulled pieces for Logan. A few things to big, but nothing he can’t grow into in time. Our box included three tops, two bottoms, and a track suit. Our brands were Reebok, Seven Mankind Jeans, Penguin, LRG, and Polo.
The box felt like a successful shopping trip to Nordstrom Rack. The clothes were cute, and I could swap them to make more than the three photo’s I’m sharing below, and best of all Logan liked them so much he wouldn’t take the tracksuit off.
The box came out to $115, but one of their incentives is to keep the whole box for $98, and (here is the best part) they donate two new outfits to a charity of your choice (they have three to pick from). I let Logan decide where he wanted to give the two outfits too; he loved that he was involved in the process.
If you want to try Kidbox – Click here! <– P.S. Not a sponsored post, but I do have a referral link that will give you $25 toward your first box.
Now – Without further ado, my model.