I mean. This is the greatest news ever. I’ve been pining for a kids version of Stitch Fix for just shy of one million years and now its here and my heart is exploding.
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Stitch Fix Kids just launched a couple of days ago, and I’m already patiently awaiting our first kids fix (along with my umpteenth grown-up fix arriving the VERY SAME DAY)! Yes, I’m totally yelling, because how fun are mommy and me fixes?
STITCH FIX KIDS HIGHLIGHTS
You know that I’m a super fan of brands that deliver kids clothes to the house – best way to shop for your kids in my opinion (sitting on the closet floor, in-home meltdowns instead of in-store meltdowns, possibly a grown-up bevvy, maybe a nap). You know, I’m a fan.
Stitch Fix Kids offers just this – a big ol’ box of clothes delivered to your door so your kiddos can try on at home. Keep whatcha want, return whatcha don’t (just like the grown-up Stitch Fix service).
Here’s whatcha’ get:
- Size 2T-14, boys and girls clothing
- Each fix includes 8-12 items (personalized based upon how you complete your kiddos profile)
- Items range from $10 bucks to -$35 (super affordable!)
- Brands include Kate Spade, Under Armour, Nike, TOMS, Hanna Anderson, Hurley, Sovereign Code & more
- Also includes Stitch Fix Kids exclusive brand, Rumi + Ryder
One of my fave things about Stitch Fix (for grown-ups and now, kids) is that you don’t have to sign up for a standard subscription. While there are various options available for convenience, you can schedule fixes whenever you want.
Here’s what it’s going to cost you:
- $20 styling fee which gets credited to what you order
- If you don’t order anything, they keep the $20 fee
- Items range from $10 bucks to -$35 (I repeat, super affordable for brand name kids clothes!)
- Get a 25% discount if you keep the entire box contents
- Shipping, returns & exchanges are always FREE
- No subscription required!
Stay tuned for my unboxing and review of our first Stitch Fix Kids box. I’m also going to share the box I ordered for myself because I’m basically seven years old and couldn’t just get my daughter a gift without also making sure I had a present to open too 🙂 #parentingprobs
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