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Win a FREE Box of Clothes from Kidbox

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Kidbox is the first kid’s style box (similar to Stitch Fix but for kids) that delivers quality brands at significant savings with an overall a mission to clothe children in need.

Kidbox offers personalized service designed for kids and their unique tastes, while also enabling parents and kids to start a conversation about giving back to the community.kidbox2

Kidbox partnered with K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers, the largest non-profit dedicated to collecting and distribution new clothing to children of need in the United States. For every Kidbox purchased, Kidbox will outfit a child in need, contributing to their goal to donate clothes to one million needy children.

Here’s how the service works:

1. Parents fill out a brief questionnaire about the child’s style preferences.

2. Using that information, Kidbox hand picks 6-7 pieces from a range of popular, high-quality brands (i.e. 7 For All Mankind, Lucky Brand, Catherine|Catherine Malandrino, etc.) and delivers them straight to your door.

3. Families then have 7 days to decide if they want to keep everything in the box ($98), keep a few items (charged a la carte), exchange sizes, or return items. To clarify: if the box is purchased completely it costs the consumer $98. A la carte is then a little pricier per piece – but still a steal when compared to retail price – which (in total) is valued around $250.

Kidbox Review & Giveaway

Kidbox sent us a box for Silas. He was excited to receive it in the mail — especially because there were some fun little extra goodies in it.

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Personally, while the service was fairly easy to use (it only took me maybe 5  to 8 minutes to fill out the questionnaire, I wasn’t overly impressed with what they ended up sending us.

They were quality brands, but only 4 of the items were ones that somewhat matched Silas’ style. I also was surprised that they would send *white* shorts for a 7-year-old boy. I didn’t think that was very practical. 🙂

I also usually get my kid’s clothes from Schoola, ThredUp, Amazon, or Target clearance, so these were much higher prices than I’d usually pay. It’s $98 for the box if you keep everything. It’s more per item if you don’t keep everything.

Find out more about Kidbox here. 

Would you like to win a FREE Kidbox?

Just click on the graphic below and type in your name and email address. One winner will be randomly chosen to receive a completely free Kidbox. This giveaway ends Monday, August 1, 2016.

 

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7 Comments

  • Elissa M says:

    Yikes, that’s pricy, especially for clothing they’re going to outgrow in a few months! ?

  • Brandette says:

    I agree 100% with Elissa! $98 for a box of kids clothes, that includes 6-7 pieces, is ridiculous. Kids grow out of things way to fast for me to spend that kind of money. I usually buy my son’s clothes at Once Upon a Child, occasionally clearance items or specialty items at Target. I could get a cart full of Children’s Place, Gymboree, Gap for $98.

    And yes Crystal, sending white shorts for any age boy is a very very bad idea. I have a 6 year old boy, that is definitely not something I would ever consider buying for him.

    This service is not something I would ever consider. The price alone blows it out of the budget for me, but I am very very particular about what my son wears so picking items out myself personally is the way to go. I just wouldn’t be comfortable having someone else who doesn’t know my son or what I consider ok for him to wear pick out his clothes, especially since he is in school now and wearing these things there. Unless these are brands you consistently buy at full price for your children, I don’t see this as being a viable option for most families.

  • B. says:

    Maybe the cost is partly because they’re donating an outfit to a child in need for every box purchased?

    Either way, I agree that I would never pay this much for a box of kids clothes! I really wish someone would offer these services with less expensive clothing or something. 🙁

  • Kristen says:

    I would love to win this to try out. With 5 kids anything helps!!!

  • Rhoda says:

    Wow !! I’d love to give it a try, only if I win! I’ve got 5 children and I’d rather go clearance shopping. Thanks for posting though! Makes me more thankful for sales and clearance!!

  • Amanda says:

    I tried it for my daughter age 4 . She loved it was so excited .Every thing was super cute .she got two dresses and two pairs of shorts with two tops . Just her smile alone was worth it . It was a surprise. The fact they donate clothes made me feel better about the price. 98$ is not bad for that many outfits. It also came with stickers and crayons she had fun coloring the box.

  • Jennie says:

    I love my kid box my kids love it and best part grate price i could easly spend like 500 on clothes for my twin boys so this is grate thank you kid box

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