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.
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 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.
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.
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