Kid’s Clothing

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*Kid’s Clothing* Boxes

~FabKids: $29.95/month.  Each month you’ll find new outfits styled just for your girl. Every outfit includes 3 pieces and you can buy the outfit you love or skip the month altogether.  (You can read my FabKids reviews here).

-Petite Parcel: (Varies depending on selections).  Petite Parcel is a personal shopper styling service for children that delivers outfits to your doorstep each season.  The will send you a box of clothing hand selected for you with choices matching the styling form you’ve completed. Take up to 10 days to have a “home try-on” with your kids.  (You can read my Petite Parcel reviews here).

~pickybunny: $45/month. Each month you’ll receive a personalized monthly shipment of new premium brand and boutique kids clothing in your choice of sizes from Newborn – 20.  (You can see my pickybunny reviews here).  pickybunny is phasing out their subscription service and their site is no longer loading.

~Sumushe Box: $39.99/month.  Sumeshe Box offers a monthly no obligation membership service that automatically ships you a box filled with your choice of girls’ size 0 to size 6 clothes.

~Sweet Pea Box: $30 (4 items) – $50 (8 items).  Sweet Pea Box is a monthly children’s clothing club featuring all brand name and designer items.  You pick the number of items you need and the price and they’ll do the rest.  SPB currently has a wait list to subscribe.

~TaddleKids: $39.99/month. A monthly membership service that automatically ships you a box filled with clothes which suit and fit your child, with no contract and no commitments. TaddleKids no longer appears to be in business.

~Twinkle Clothing Co.: $35.99/month.  Each month you will receive 4 hand picked pieces of quality kids clothing delivered right to your door.  Size options range from 3 months to children’s size 6.

~Wittlebee: $39.99/month. A customized monthly box of children’s clothing based on your personal preferences in gender, color, sizes and geographic location.  Box includes six items and has a retail value of $100 or more. (You can read my Wittlebee box reviews here).  As of October 2013, Wittlebee has merged with FabKids.

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  2. Jenn says:

    Kate Quinn Organics has a monthly outlet grab bag subscription. Got ours yesterday and love it! Their clothes do run small though. You should check it out! http://www.katequinnorganics.com/brands/kate-quinn/outlet-grab-bag-subscription/

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  3. Karen V. says:

    Wittlebee was bought out by FabKids and no longer is in business!

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    Jennifer Reply:

    I got that e-mail this morning. I just haven’t had time to update yet. I only do it once a week. I can’t say I am surprised!

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  4. Lia says:

    Pretty sure TaddleKids is out too. Their facebook hasn’t been updated in a long while and their website is down.

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    Jennifer Reply:

    Thank you! I will get that updated!

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