How many times have you stretched a t-shirt over your toddler's head only to find that it's too tight? Or, oops, his pants are too short? My kids outgrow their basics faster than I can keep them folded neatly in their drawers. Wittlebee is a new clothing subscription service designed to cover the basics. No more trips to the mall and meltdowns at Target. Wittlebee is automated, easy and sends you exactly what your kids outgrow the most - the basics.
Get your box of clothes hand-picked by Wittlebee's mom stylists every month or quarterly for only $39.99 a box. Fill out the style survey which includes your child's size, clothing style (casual and comfy, preppy, fun and free, total chaos or whatever is clean), child's personality (happy, diva, trouble maker, messy or athletic) and climate. Then, let the mom stylists do the work for you.
I got to sample Wittlebee and I was impressed by the variety of brands; some I've heard of like Old Navy and American Apparel and some I haven't heard of. We got t-shirts in the colors my daughters love, a funky pair of shorts, a dress-up worthy skirt and two pairs of adorably girly socks. It's like Wittlebee's mom stylists read my mind.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. I received a sample box of clothes for review purposes.
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