Kids Clothing Monthly Subscription Boxes

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*Kid’s Clothing* Boxes:

~HarperTrends Mama & Baby Box: $1 + Cost of Items Kept. The Mama & Baby box is a personal styling service for fashionable moms and babies (up to 3T). It is a subscription based service that is hassle-free with shipping to you and back for just $1! No extra fees and you only pay for the items you keep. Once you take a quick style survey, you will receive your box within 10-14 days. You have 5 days to send the items back that you don’t want (return shipping label provided) and you’re only charged for the items you keep! Best part? Save 25% if you keep 5 or more items!

~Sharing Small: $10/month. Sharing Small is a children’s “sock of the month” club. Every month, your child will receive fun new socks in a package addressed directly to them! For every pair purchased, Sharing Small will also donate a pair to children in need.

~Runchkins: $20 Styling Fee + Cost of Items Kept. Runchkins is a personalized shopping service for stylish kids clothes. They also guarantee to buy back every piece of clothing when your child outgrows them!

~We Wear by Baby Boy Bakery: $22/month. We Wear is a monthly tee subscription for kids, inspired by the bold personality of Ryan and his infectious style. Each month you choose between three exclusive designs that you can’t get anywhere else.

~FabKids: $29.95/month. Each month you’ll find new outfits styled just for your girl. Every outfit includes 3 pieces and you can buy the outfit you love or skip the month altogether.

~Twinkle Clothing Co.: $35.99/month. Each month you will receive 4 hand picked pieces of quality kids clothing delivered right to your door. Size options range from 3 months to children’s size 6.

~AngelDuds: $44 – $63/month. AngelDuds is a kid’s clothing subscription service for 5T – 14 years old. When you subscribe to one of their monthly boxes, they will send your little angel a box of brand-new clothing items each month.  Small boxes include at least 4 items while large boxes include 5-6 items.

~Mac & Mia: Cost of Items Kept. Mac & Mia is a curated children’s clothing service with a social mission. Their personal stylists create unique looks for children aged 0-6 and ship them to you for free. You pay for only the items you wish to keep and can return the rest for no charge.

~Sprouting Threads: Cost of Items Kept. Sprouting Threads is a subscription based clothing service that gives the members options of frequency, quantity & assortment to meet their family’s needs. Members are also given the option to “rethread” (or send pieces back after their child outgrows them) for store credit. Keep what you like and return the rest. A $20 styling fee is refunded when keeping 2 or more new pieces. Prices vary depending on what is kept. Free shipping both ways.

~kidpik: Cost of Items Kept. kidpik combines the luxury of personal styling with the convenience of home shopping; designed exclusively for the girls in your life and tailored for your budget. Each box will contain 5-7 high-quality items with an average price of $12.50/piece. There is no styling fee and you pay for only the items you keep.

~Kidbox: Cost of Items Kept. Kidbox is the first kids’ (ages 3-14) personalized style box that delivers parents a convenient way to dress kids in cool brands at meaningful savings, and bond over the joys of getting and giving. After taking a quick style quiz, our stylists select 6-7 items that uniquely match your kid’s style. Keep what you like and return the rest. Shipping is always free.

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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Karen V.

    Wittlebee has been bought out by FabKids and no longer exists!

    1. Jennifer

      Ohh, I thought I had update this page! I guess not. Thank you for the reminder!

      1. Jennifer Martin

        Sprouting Threads is a new spin on the “subscription box” model. Parents can opt for all-new high-end pieces, or chose a blend of new & curated pre-owned (reThread) pieces. Once the kids have grown, parents can simply sell-back or reThread the pieces for credit.

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