Kidpik: Wins Extra Mom Points

May 9, 2016 by Lila Delilah

As Mother’s Day comes to a close, it’s nice to take a look back and appreciate all the sweet notes, kisses and love that goes into making an ordinary Sunday so special. In many ways, Mother’s Day is as much about making the kids happy as it is celebrating motherhood.

If you’re looking to really knock the socks off your kids, as we always are, we strongly suggest you consider the newest fashion subscription gift box that’s focused entirely on girls from size 4 to 24. Kidpik, which launched earlier this year, combines the luxury of personal styling with the convenience of home shopping. The best part is that the quality is top notch and the pries are incredibly affordable.

After filling out the online style questionnaire, Kidpik will deliver a curated, fashionable collection for girls each season. The personalized box contains at least six coordinating items that are wrapped and packaged in a way that would make any girl squeal from happiness.

Upon hearing about the new concept we ordered two subscriptions. [For the record, we paid for both boxes. This isn’t an advertisement.] The first box was for an 11-year-old girl and came with a lace dress, a white denim jacket, white jeans, a pink sleeveless gingham blouse, gladiator sandals, a blue tie-dye tee, adorable iron-on patches, sunglasses and leather bracelets. The second box was for a 9-year old girl and was packed with a maxi-sun dress, a coordinating dazzled tee and skirt, a light knit sweater, jean shorts, a tank top, sandals (not shown because they didn’t fit) bracelets and playful iron-on patches. (You can see pictures of the merchandise and more of our in-house models right here.)

Kidpik doesn’t charge any subscription or styling fees and if you keep all the contents of each box you get a 30% discount. That brings the total price of a custom wardrobe to $75 to $100, which is an amazing value. Obliviously, the discount incentivizes customers to keep the entire shipment. If you don’t like an item it doesn’t even make economic sense to remove it from the package. In those instances, you can send the unwanted item back to Kidpik and the merchandise be donated to children in need. (Nice twist, huh?)

Normally, we wouldn’t gush over a box of children’s clothing but the value and quality offered by Kidpik is none like we have ever seen before. We just wish they would offer a pack-the-camp-trunk service. Now, that would be a dream for us moms and the kids too!


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