Hello Again! I'm back to review my Wittlebee September box. You can see my previous review here. I had bought my previous box half off and liked it pretty well so I decided to give it another go. Especially since Little Bits was low on clothing. And can I just say I LOVED this month's box?! I was very very happy with it. But first:
WHAT IS IT?
Wittlebee is a monthly children's clothing subscription box for sizes 0-4T. It is $39.99/month and you receive 6 items of clothing totaling at least $100 retail. You can customize your child's profile by filling out some questions about items you need, items you don't need, and personal style (which can be changed at any time). You can leave notes and you can even receive a phone call from a stylist to help ensure you receive items that fit your style. If you don't like an item, you have the option to return them. One of the best parts is you can cancel or pause your subscription at any time.
WHAT'D I GET?
Here is my profile:
- Size: 2T
- Styles needed: Long Sleeve, Pants\Leggings, Dresses/Skirts
- Accessories Needed: Pajamas
- Favorite Colors: Brights
- Graphics: Hearts, Animals
- Child's Gender: Girl
- 2 Mulberribush long sleeve shirts (estimated value $34 each)
- Twinkle Toes Button Nose Dress (couldn't find on the interwebs)
- Strawberry leggings (couldn't find on the interwebs)
- Violet + Moss long sleeve dress (est. value $56)
- Violet + Moss skirt (est. value $28)
The long sleeve shirts are a nice, thick soft cotton. And the Violet + Moss pink hearts dress and peacock skirt are organic and a higher brand. Violet + Moss is actually a local company to me! And I just about hyperventilated over the peacock skirt. I loved it that much. Do you think they make it in my size? The Twinkle Toes dress is a nice gauzy material and is very different than I normally would purchase, but actually really like it. I couldn't find any company info, but it seems well constructed and a nice material. And leggings are always nice. I love to put them under Kaylee's dresses so she can get more use out of her "summery" stuff. And I like the little lace cuff at the bottom. Cute! Even with the two companies I couldn't find any information, my box was well over $100. Color me impressed!
WHAT ARE MY FINAL THOUGHTS?
Now, I am not an overly picky person when it comes to my daughter's clothes and am fairly open minded about what she wears. So Wittlebee jives well with that. If you are a little more disconcerting in your tastes, then I do recommend writing really detailed style notes and talking to a stylist. I think that will help in ensuring you receive pieces you want and like.
ARE YOU INTERESTED?
If you think you would like to give Wittlebee a try, you can join here: http://curebit.com/x/1CUg7. You get $10 off your first order and I get referral points. It's a win-win!
Disclaimer: I was not paid or provided with any product. I paid for this box on my own. All my opinions are my own.