Wittlebee | Review

In my life I have found that there are two times when it is really hard to go children’s clothes shopping: when you have a newborn and getting out of the house is an endeavor in and of itself, and with a toddler who lacks the contentment necessary to stay by your side or in a stroller. There’s a new box subscription service on the horizon that aims to take the pain out of shopping for children’s clothes with the added fun of surprise. Introducing Wittlebee, a children’s clothing club that saves parents time and money by putting clothes shopping on a sort of “autopilot.”

Wittlebee is a children’s subscription clothing service for children in size birth to 5t. It’s $39.99 a month and with that you will receive up to 8 clothing pieces in each box. It’s a unique service in a few ways, the first of which is that you are able to customize your box by answering a few questions about your child’s personality and favorites. You’re also able to manage your subscription in a variety of ways – you can get service monthly, every other month, or even just seasonally, all you have to do is simply pause and reactivate your subscription at your convenience. Another interesting feature of Wittlebee boxes is that you can have a phone consultation with a mom stylist to help them tailor the box to you and your child’s needs.

We received a box of eight clothing items for my daughter who currently wears a size 3t. Before receiving the box, I filled out a profile stating what patterns, colors, and type of clothes I was looking for. It was a lot of fun to get a box full of clothes in the mail for her, and I had some mixed emotions about the items included – some I really, really liked, but some not so much. However, they were nearly spot on with the type of clothes I wanted – clothes for around the house in warmer weather. I made a video review with a more detailed look and description of the clothes I received as well as a few more candid thoughts and critique:

As I said, I have become a paying subscriber because I want to get a broader perspective of what Wittlebee is capable of (and because my poor little 3 year-old has one too many hand-me-downs and always runs away from me at the mall!). While $39.99 is a lot to spend per month on clothes,  I would be more inclined to opt for seasonal boxes. What do you think? Do you subscribe or are you interested in program like Wittlebee?

Wittlebee is constantly aiming to improve and they value the feedback of their subscribers. You can follow Wittlebee on Twitter and Facebook to stay up-to-date on news and promotions (they often have introductory offers through Sale-A-Day -type sites). You can save $10 on your first box by signing up with Wittlebee here (no coupon code needed, just use the link!).

Abigail was having a little too much fun posing for pictures yesterday, so I couldn’t get a clear shot of the dress. But it looks adorable on her!

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Comments

  1. Hi Summer! We want to make sure that you are 100% satisfied with your box. So if you’d like an exchange for that dress, please email customer service at hello@wittlebee.com and someone will get back to you right away about a refund or replacement item. Thanks so much for trying us out and we hope to keep your daughter fully stocked with lots of non hand-me-down items in the future! Thanks, Toby

  2. Kelly P says:

    Trying out the service for the first time myself. Can’t wait to see what is in the box.

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