Some days I wished my daughter could just wear a uniform to school like I did. Sure, it limits her style and her self-expression through fashion, but it’s such a relief for parents to have one less thing to think about and to spend money on. I must admit, though, and contradict myself a bit, that I love spending money on my daughter’s clothes. I love the crazy fashions for girls that are so colorful , so daring and so full of life.
The problem is that finding the time to really shop for her (and let’s not even mention for myself!) is such a luxury nowadays. It’s hard to go with her because she won’t stay still and let me focus, and when I go without her I start questioning what she will like or really wear now that she has an opinion (lots!) about what she wants.
Then along came Wittlebee to my life. Wittlebee is a kids clothing club that you sign up for to receive a box with six items of clothing every month selected based on your kid’s style. Bam, genius idea!
It’s so simple and affordable at $5 per piece, it’s a bit hard to believe that the mystery clothing that will come in the box is actually anything your kid will like and will last for a while. I had to give it a test, so I accepted the offer from Wittlebee to send me a box to try out.
The process was ridiculously easy. The first thing I had to do was create a style profile for my girl in three steps. The first step was to select her age (from 0 to 6 years), then to select at least two out of the five options of what she typically likes to wear (dresses and leggings for mine!), and finally select from a set of color palettes that best fit her style.
And what arrived in the mail is what you see in the picture below. I loved the thrill of opening the box to discover what had been sent to us. I was so pleased with the brands, the styles, the colors, the quality of fabrics and how from six fun pieces I was able to create at least nine different outfits! That’s even better than a boring uniform, and so much more fun for all. It almost felt like having a personal kiddie stylist.
Want to try out Wittlebee for yourself or gift it a friend? SpanglishBaby readers can use the code SPANGLISH for $10 off your first box. That would be $29.99, plus shipping and handling, for your first Wittlebee box with six clothing items. No worries about compromises because you can pause or cancel your membership at any time.
We also have a giveaway of a free Wittlebee box for one winner! Check out the Rafflecopter below to find out how to enter…it’s easy!
Disclosure: This sponsored post was made possible thanks to Wittlebee. All opinions are our own.