Wee Blessing Kids Clothing Box Review – April 2017
Wee Blessing is a professional children’s styling service. They send four outfits for each child, based on style and price preferences. When we signed up, Wee Blessing had me answer a pretty detailed bunch of questions to get a sense of my children’s styles.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Wee Blessing
The Cost: Shipping is $5.00 per box (regardless of how many children you are having styled) and you pay only for the clothing you choose to keep. If you keep the entire shipment you get a 10% discount. Returns are free.
The Products: 4 outfits per child, based on your child’s style profile
Ships to: US
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This Wee Blessing shipment is for both my son and daughter. There were 4 outfits sent for each of them and we have 10 days to try on and decide what items we’d like to keep or return.
In our box, we received a welcome letter including directions for returning unwanted items, a packing list detailing each item with the price and a mailing envelope to send back any items we weren’t keeping (at no charge).
We’ll start with the clothing that came for my six-year-old son!
OshKosh Orange Epic Soccer Skills Tee – retail $20 (Wee Blessing price $9)
This 100% cotton tee was a big hit with my son. His favorite color is orange and he’s been starting to get into soccer and sports in general. It fit well and he was very happy with it.
OshKosh Blue Athletic Soccer Shorts – retail $20 (Wee Blessing price $9)
Shorts with elastic waistbands are preferred by my son and these were stretchy and soft. I’m sure he’ll be wearing these weekly all spring and summer. They match nicely with the soccer tee too.
Puma Black/Red 2 Piece Athletic Outfit – retail $42 (Wee Blessing price $18)
I prefer clothing that doesn’t have the company name emblazoned on the front so this outfit wasn’t my favorite. He will be glad to have it at camp though as it’s comfortable.
Ocean Current Scattered Orange Polo Shirt – retail $28 (Wee Blessing price $13)
What a great polo! I like the soft cotton knit and my son liked the muted orange color and speckled pattern. This shirt will be great for occasions when I want him to be more dressed up than just a tee and he won’t fight me on wearing it since he actually likes it.
Lucky brand Gray Flat Front Shorts – retail $34.50 (Wee Blessing price $15)
These are well-made neutral gray cotton shorts. They are perfect with the polo because the speckles are gray in that shirt. Lucky is a brand we don’t often splurge on but for $15 I think these shorts are really a deal.
Nautica Black Dress Polo – retail $26.50 (Wee Blessing price $12)
I really like this Nautica polo shirt; unfortunately it “just” fit my son. It was already getting a bit tight across his shoulders.
Levi’s Khaki Cargo Shorts – retail $40 (Wee Blessing price $18)
My son loved these cargo shorts. They are a tad loose but at the rate he’s growing, I know by June they’ll fit perfectly. I like having a few pairs of dressier shorts for him and these look nicer than the athletic ones and are thick cotton.
Now on to the outfits that arrived for my three-year-old daughter!
Children’s Place White CA Sparkle Tee – retail $12.95 (Wee Blessing price $6)
This is a cute cotton shirt that especially appealed to my daughter because of the glitter on the front.
Ralph Lauren Pink Flare Skirt – retail $39.50 (Wee Blessing price $16)
I like seeing a mix of some higher end brands like Ralph Lauren with the lower-price brands like Carters and Children’s Place. This skirt is adorable and has a gypsy-like feel to it because of the gauzy, light material.
Puma White Puma Love Athletic Tee – retail $16 (Wee Blessing price $7)
As mentioned above I really don’t like clothing with the company name printed blatantly on the front. I feel like the kids look like walking billboards. This tee is a soft cotton/poly blend with sparkly lettering.
Roxy Girl Pink Light Weight Athletic Pants – retail $36 (Wee Blessing price $16)
My daughter loves these elastic waistband soft pink Roxy sweats. They fit her perfectly too.
U.S. Polo Assn. Lacey Polka Dot Denim Jumper – retail $38 (Wee Blessing price $15)
We love rompers but the faded areas on the romper felt like overly distressed 1980s denim that isn’t a look I care for. I wish it was just blue polka dotted denim without the fading. I do think she looked cute in it nevertheless.
Carters Pastel Striped Fashion Dress – retail $44 (Wee Blessing price $18)
What a beautiful dress! I think this is what my daughter will be wearing out to Mother’s Day brunch this year. I love the sweet, pastel stripes and full skirt. We frequently shop at Carters and I find beautiful dresses there. This is one I definitely would have picked out on my own.
The kids feel more comfortable modeling together, rather than separately so we took paired pictures for this review.
Here they are in their more casual and comfy outfits.
Here’s my daughter rocking her romper and my son in his polo and cotton shorts.
Here they are in their more dressy looks. Always hugging each other and holding hands. So sweet!
Verdict: This was our second Wee Blessing box. The retail value of the 14 items is over $397. Using the Wee Blessing prices they would be $172, but if you keep the whole box you’d only be charged $155. The value is absolutely there!
My son liked everything he was sent this month and other than the Puma shirt so did I. My daughter really liked everything as well. The brands this month were a good mix of more high-end like Lucky Brand and Ralph Lauren and less expensive like Carter’s and OshKosh. I also thought they did a great job of sending a mix of casual everyday clothing and some dressier options for both kids.
What do you think of Wee Blessing? Have you tried it yet?