Attention online shoppers, there’s a new kid on the block for subscription box shopping. Starting in this spring, Kidpik will offer the luxury of personal styling with the convenience of home shopping; designed exclusively for girls aged 3-12 (sizes 4-14) and tailored to your budget. Every season, kidpik will deliver a curated, fashionable collection for girls. Free shipping, free styling and free membership are all part of the no commitment kidpik experience.
From the creative team behind classic children’s brand such has Children’s Place and RUUM, each item from Kidpik is designed and curated in their NYC studio. Whether your girl favors a look that's Girly Glam or defines herself as Classic Chic, Modest or one of our five lifestyle looks, their interactive fun style quiz will help identify her unique style.
Each girl will receive her own personalized box containing approximately 6 coordinated quality fashion items -- tops, bottoms, dresses, layering pieces, shoes, and accessories -- designed to complete multiple mix and match outfits. “Pik” what you love and send the rest back free.
So what’s the difference between Kidpik and other children’s subscription boxes? I did a little digging and found out you can choose the frequency of boxes you receive. Once a season (4x a year) or twice a season (8x a year). The average kidpik box price will be between $70 to $100 and the cost of each item is just $12.50 if you keep the entire box. But they don’t charge your card until you choose what you like from each box - and they allow 7 days to look over the items. If they don't work, you can return them with no charge for the trial or the return postage. But if you want to do a little good and help a girl in need, they’ve also partnered with a charity to donate any returned items if you purchase the entire box and give you a 30% discount! It’s a win-win.
I know Arianna loves the thrill of opening up a box of clothes so I might look into this for her. What do you think of KidPik? Does it seem like a good styling choice for your girl?