*As I’ve said before I love finding good deals for my boys clothes. The main problem is that they keep growing and I have to buy clothes at LEAST once per season for each one. Then, they are boys so they’re terribly rough on their clothes. I love trying subscription services because I don’t physically have to shop for them, and I expect to pay more for that service.
BUTTT so far I haven’t had to pay more. Kidbox was a total win, so I thought I would give stitch fix kids a try. The questionnaire was basically the same. You pick you sizes and types of clothes you like. As I’ve said before the boys like anything with a stretchy band and t-shirts. They asked some things the kids are into, so I added football, basketball, and videogames.
So today I got the box.
I had 10 items. Nothing fancy, just printed tees and shorts. I would advise to order a size bigger (at least for boys) because the items looked a little small but they all fit (I was surprised, especially about one shirt in particular). The price was good too and surprisingly the same as the kidbox. 10 items $98.
This is another WIN for moms everywhere. The difference between StitchFix Kids and Kidbox is that Stitchfix charges an upfront shipping charge of $20. This “shipping charge” is credited to anything you purchase. Also if you keep the whole box you get 25% off the total. I will attach pictures below.
This subscription service lets you leave feedback on the individual items as well as the box as a whole. In addition, you can order Stitch Fix as much as you like and create a family account so everyone can have stitchfix. Stitchfix has an app that is pretty cool and makes things very easy. Keep what you want and send back what you don’t. AND I DON’T HAVE TO SHOP FOR IT. that’s my favorite part. Let me know if yo try it and how you like it. Also, if there are anymore subscription services I should try leave a comment.
Below is the Link to Stitchfix, where you have save $45 on your first fix. I recommend. https://www.stitchfix.com/invite/rachelstines?sod=w&g=k&som=c