When you’re pregnant, you’re so excited to buy all of the cutest clothing on the market. Then the baby comes and grows through all of your favorite outfits in a flash. Sometimes it feels like you can’t even keep up with the turnover. My boys are currently all in a growth spurt so I’ve had to research and figure out the easiest way to grow your kid’s wardrobe. What was the answer? KIDBOX.
Grow Your Kid’s Wardrobe
KIDBOX is the first kids clothing box to fit their individual styles. These boxes are an incredibly convenient way to grow your kid’s wardrobe and save money doing so. KIDBOX offers baby boxes from newborn all the way up to size 14. They carry 180+ name brands so you never have to worry about cheap clothing being ruined after one wash. Not only that, but KIDBOX also donates to charity and aims to clothe 1 million kids in need.
How Does it Work?
KIDBOX offers the amazing option of letting you try before you buy. They have a box delivered to your door so you don’t have to worry about wrestling everything you own into a 3×3 dressing room to try items on. When your kid(s) receive their box they can sort through all of their clothing and keep what they love. Keeping a few items gives you a good discount but keeping everything in the box is a steal of a deal! The average retail price of a KIDBOX is $200 but if you keep everything in your KIDBOX it will only cost $98 and only $68 for a baby box. This makes KIDBOX a great go-to source for your kids clothing when you’re trying to grow your kid’s wardrobe.
Evan’s box had a good variety of seasonal items. He received a pair of pants, a pair of shorts, swim shorts, and a few shirts. The array of options is actually perfect for living in Arizona and having options. He can wear his pants when we go out to dinner somewhere nice, he can wear his shorts on the daily, and he will get lots of use out of the swim shorts. We love that the swim shorts were by Tony Hawk as my husband and I were just discussing his brand for boys recently. We love the edgy yet tasteful look of his line. The short, t-shirt combo was by Lee and I honestly had no idea they made kid clothing. Overall I would rate the box 7 out of 10 on the selections and 9 out of 10 on price!
Max’s KIDBOX came with a good variety of clothing options as well and honestly, I liked his piece more than Evan’s! He received a lightweight, cute little button up, pictured above, a pair of skinny jeans, and a festive red, white, and blue outfit that is perfect for the fourth of July! Max loves getting new clothes so its needless to say he has worn everything already and has his fingers crossed for another box. Overall I would rate his box 9 out of 10 on the selections and 9 out of 10 on price!
The sweet little BabyBox was too previous! The two older boys each received a reusable ziplock bag and a inflatable pool ball in their boxes so I was happy to see they included a bath towel and harness covers in his. It was an unexpected extra! Bodie was loaded with outfits of all variety and I was in love with every option! So many cute baby boutique finds that I had never heard of! Since sizes vary in baby clothing, he had outfits that fit perfectly now and a few to grow into. Overall I would rate his box 10 out of 10 on the selections and 10 out of 10 on price!
How to Sign Up
If you’ve liked what you’ve heard so far and want to try KIDBOX out for yourself let me give you the low down on signing up. All you have to do is head over to KidBox here to sign up. If you love everything in your first box and decide to keep it all, you can use the code “HOLMES” to get an additional 15% off! With the discount, you will be spending under $90 for 3 or so outfits with a regular KIDBOX and under $60 for a BABYBOX. That’s a steal of a deal and if it isn’t the easiest way to grow your kid’s wardrobe then I don’t know what is!