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kidpik Girly Two Holiday Gift Box Review – November 2017

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kidpik Holiday 2017 Box

kidpik is a seasonal clothing subscription for girls. You can either choose to receive 1 box per season (4 per year), 2 boxes per season (8 per year), or a box every month. All designs are unique to kidpik so you can’t find these pieces and accessories anywhere else. kidpik also recently launched pre-styled Holiday Gift boxes!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

This review is of the Gift Box option which starts at $68 without shoes, $88 with shoes. I was sent the “Girly Two” Box with shoes for $98.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Review

The Subscription Box: kidpik Girly Two Holiday Gift Box

The Cost: $78 without shoes or $98 with shoes

The Products: 6 coordinating outfits based on style preference, price, and size + a free gift. Matching shoes optional. Offered in girl sizes 4-14.

Ships to: U.S. only

Good to know: The seasonal subscription is $0.00 and up (Your box is sent to you free including styling, shipping, and returns). Keep and pay for what you like and mail back any unworn items you don’t want within 7 days. Per kidpik, the average cost is $12-13 per item including a 30% discount if you keep the entire box.

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kidpik Holiday 2017 Booklet

kidpik Holiday 2017 Booklet

When you sign up, you can choose your child’s top, bottom, and shoe size, along with style preference. Mine loves sparkles and pink and purple so her box may be very different from what you receive based on your child’s unique preferences. The holiday boxes are different from the seasonal kidpik boxes; instead of paying for what you keep and returning the rest, you keep this entire box. Exchanges are available, but no returns.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Dress

kidpik Holiday 2017 Model Dress

Floral Peasant Dress

This peasant dress looks like something I might find in my own size at Anthropolgie. It has a bohemian feel with a muted palette of black, gray, blue and white. It isn’t my daughter’s favorite (mostly due to the colors), I think it looked great on her!

kidpik Holiday 2017 Jeans

kidpik Holiday 2017 Model Jeans

Zip Ankle Distressed Jeans

My daughter is tall for her age and I’m so glad I ordered the 5 even though she just turned 4. They fit her well and have room for growth. My daughter prefers skinny pants so this style was ideal and she also loves the zipper at the ankle. There are button tabs inside to adjust the waist if need be.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Boots

kidpik Holiday 2017 Model Boots

Christie Booties

These faux-suede boots thrilled my daughter. She shouted, “Now we can be twins!” She always sees me in booties and was very excited to have her own stylish pair. The studded bow and slight stacked heel gave them a feminine touch and the medium gray will match everything she owns. These are a little too big right now, but I’m sure they’ll fit soon. They were packed in a reusable drawstring backpack.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Shirt

kidpik Holiday 2017 Shirt2

kidpik Holiday 2017 Model Shirt

Open Heart Rouched Tee

This cream-colored shirt has ruching down the sleeves and has a large heart made with golden and pearl studs. The shirt is well made, soft and a great weight for chilly fall days. My sparkle-loving daughter gives this shirt a thumbs up.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Skirt

kidpik Holiday 2017 Model Skirt

Metallic Mini Pleat Skirt

This skirt has an elastic wide waistband and metallic sheen which makes it feel more festive than a plain black skirt. The pleats give it a lot of movement and my daughter loved twirling around in it. Pleated skirts are so in right now and I love that kidpik keeps up with the trends.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Bomber

kidpik Holiday 2017 Model Bomber

Floral Velour Baseball Jacket

This velour bomber is so luxe in both feel and style. The deep, vibrant blue and the super soft velour make this zip-up jacket a big hit with us. Bombers are very trendy lately and I think this is much more stylish than her boring fleece jacket. My daughter has been wearing her kidpik floral bomber a lot that she received last spring and was happy to get a new one for the chilly weather in a jewel-tone hue.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Purse

Sequin Eyelash Bag

This cute little crossbody bag has big eyes and eyelashes that my daughter found hysterical. She loves little girly accessories so this was a hit with her.

kidpik Holiday 2017 Buttons

Buttons – Free Gift

kidpik sent a cute drawstring bag filled with these cute buttons as a free gift for subscribers to keep. Who doesn’t love an extra free gift?!

Verdict: We had a lot of fun unpacking and modeling our kidpik Holiday Gift box. I think any girl would love to receive this stylish box as a holiday gift! All the pieces could be dressed up or down depending on what you paired with them. The booties, velour bomber and pleated skirt are especially on trend right now and my daughter loved the shirt and ankle zip skinny jeans too. I do wish the box had a little more color this season, but that’s just my own personal preference. Most items were big (except for the dress and bomber) because I ordered a size 5 and she is a tall size 4. I’d rather the items be a bit big with room to grow than just barely fit and risk her outgrowing them in a month. The “Girly Two” box that I was sent was $98 which I think is a very fair price for a pair of booties, jeans, a dress, skirt, shirt, jacket and purse. With free shipping and competitive pricing, this a great box to try for the young fashionista in your life.

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Written by Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica’s addiction started off slowly enough with Birchbox, but it has grown and grown over the last three years. An elementary school librarian and mom of two she loves boxes that are child-centric. But she’ll never turn down a good fashion, beauty or tasty treat subscription.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Your kiddo is adorable! Her personality really shines through in these photos.

    • Thanks so much, Sharon!

  2. This is the one I loved on the giveaway entry!! It’s so precious!!

  3. I want that bomber in my size! So cute!

    • Right?! I’d totally wear this if it was my size!

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