Looking for some stylish baby clothes? Then check out my Baby by Kidbox review and learn how to get some affordable baby clothes five times a year.
My new baby is my fifth child and fourth daughter. Most of her clothes are well-loved, well-worn, and well-used….
They are a tad ratty.
It doesn’t bother me that much, but as the fourth person wearing these same clothes, it’s nice when my baby can get a couple of new pieces that are just hers and hers alone.
That’s why I was excited when Kidbox approached me about giving me some credit in exchange for a review of their Kidbox for babies clothing service.
KidBox is a clothing subscription service for kids ages 0-12, or size newborn to 14.
Each baby Kidbox contains 5-6 items with no shipping free, free size exchanges, no styling fee, and you try first and pay later. You also have 7 days to decide on what you want to keep. There is no obligation for getting a box!
They offer 5 seasonal boxes a year (Summer, Back-to-School, Fall, Winter and Spring) and you are notified several weeks before the box ships. You can skip the box at any time. They are currently offering their “Back-to-School Box.”
If you keep the entire box you receive a huge discount that makes the entire box of baby clothes only $68 and you get to choose from one of four different organizations (Homeless Families, The Community Hope Center, Puerto Rico Relief, or Victims of Domestic Abuse) for Kidbox to donate clothes to.
If you don’t love everything, items are still marked down several dollars from their full retail price at a “Kidbox Price” so you can still get a good deal on anything in the box (though the best prices are from buying it all).
They work with 120+ clothing brands like Adidas, Jessica Simpson, Art + Eden, Lucky brand, Reebox, DKNY, Limited Too, Puma, Guess, Lee, and Sketchers. They also have their own brand called “Kids Club.”
Try them NOW or read on to discover what my 6-month-old daughter (and I) thought of her clothes.
Baby by Kidbox Unboxing Video
Baby by Kidbox Review
The first thing you do when you order a Kidbox is to fill out a style and size questionnaire on behalf of your child.
The Kidbox Style Guide asks the following:
- Choose size: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months, 12-18 months, 18-24 months
- Choose style: Modern, Casual, or City Cool
My baby received the following in her Baby by Kidbox:
- Kids Club Girls 3-pack of Onesies Size 6/9 months – Retail $36, Kidbox Price $27
- Baby Deer Girls Suede Moccasin with Fringe shoe, size 3 – Retail $27, Kidbox Price $21
- Jessica Simpson Girls Heathered Coverall with Embroidery, size 6/9 months – Retail $25, Kidbox Price $19
- Art + Eden Girls “Brett” Fruit Onesie and Pant Set, Size 6/9 months – Retail $30, Kidbox Price $15
- 7 for All Mankind Girls Gingham Footie, Size 6/9 months – Retail $30, Kidbox Price $23
- Cudlie Accessories Mickey Teething Ring – Retail $1, Kidbox Price $0.79
- Two Stroller hooks (FREE)
Baby by Kidbox Cost
In Rebecca’s BabyBox she received a total of 8 clothing pieces (with onesies and pants counted as individual items) and a bonus rattle.
The total retail price of all the items they sent me was $149 or $18.63 per item. The total Kidbox price was $105.79 or $13.22 per item. But, the Keep All price was only $68 or $8.50 per item!
I ended up keeping the entire box!
My favorite items were definitely the onesie and pants set, the mocassins, and the Jessica Simpson outfit, mostly because of the headband! My baby is SO cute in it and we don’t have any headbands for her so it is perfect!
Oh, and she totally loves the Mickey Mouse rattle.
Kidbox Promo Code
If you want to try them out you can take 10% off your first order + free Shipping with code TRY10 at KIDBOX!!
Let me know if you try them out and what you think of them!
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