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Kidbox Girls Clothing Subscription Review + Coupon – Fall 2018


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Kidbox is a kid’s clothing box that “combines cool brands, meaningful savings and a mission to clothe children in need.” KidBox ships 5 boxes a year (spring, summer, back to school, fall and winter) but they will notify you before they ship in case you want to skip a box, change your child’s sizing or even their style preferences.

Kidbox offers a few options: the Baby by Kidbox for sizes Newborn-24 months, Kidbox for sizes 2T-14, and a new Kidsentials, socks and underwear on-demand service.

This review is of the Girl’s Fall box by Kidbox in size 6.

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.)

About Kidbox

The Subscription Box: Kidbox

The Cost: no styling fee, pay only for the clothes you keep or pay $98 to keep the entire box (free shipping both ways)

Coupon: Save 10% off your first Kidbox and get free shipping! Just use code TRY10.

The Products: 6-7 clothing items based on the size and style preferences you select

Ships to: U.S.

Good to know: If you keep the entire box for $98 you can also select a cause and Kidbox will make a donation to a kid in need such as a military family or foster child. What a great idea!

Kidbox Fall 2018 Review

Inside our box was a $30 off coupon for their new Dream Box pajama collection for sizes 2T-12 and a bag for us to use for returns as well as a magazine.

The magazine featured two sides. The first featured information and articles for parents, including some stats on bullying.


The second side was marked “No parents” and provided some articles for kids, a meet the KidBox team section as well as some recipes and even a Bingo game for them. Fun!

Inside this envelope were some nice alphabet stickers, our return label, and a booklet that outlined the box process and featured a note from our stylist.

There was also a section that gave details on their giving back program which was also featured on the bottom of the box. For every full box that is kept, Kidbox will donate a box of clothing to a child in need and I love that they showed us exactly who they are sending boxes to this season! This is a great incentive to keep your entire box and feel good about it.

This booklet also includes an invoice which lists the retail price for each item as well as the KidBox price for each item. Our retail price total was $276.48 while our KidBox total is $208, but if we keep the entire box, the cost is $98.

Kidbox Club Free Gift Mini Bunny

We also received this mini stuffed bunny, which the kids were happy to play with right away!

Cotton On Girls Bow Headband – Retail Price: $9.99 (Kidbox Price: $7)

My daughter loves to accessorize, so this was a perfect pick for her! I like the style of this one with the slouchy fabric and nice bow. The little silver stars with sparkles are a cute accent too!

Miki B Girls 2 Pack Camo Legging, Size 6– Retail Price: $34 (Kidbox Price: $26)

I don’t think I’ve ever put my daughter in anything camo before, it’s not really my style, but I ended up liking these on her a lot! They are pretty thin leggings, and I definitely think the retail price is a bit inflated for the quality, but leggings are something that she wears all the time and I love that there is one fun pair and one basic pair so she can wear them with anything.

French Toast Girls Criss-Cross Neck Tee, Size 6 – Retail Price: $12 (Kidbox Price: $9)

This is just a basic long sleeve black tee, but the bottom has a little bit of a flare to it and it has the cute criss-cross detail at the neckline. I promise it isn’t too tight on her neck! It’s just how she was standing. The price on this was definitely reasonable too!

Here is the full outfit (she chose the shoes!). I think that it’s a cute, playful outfit that she can run around and be comfortable in!

PS from Aeropostale Girls Metallic Puffer Vest, Size 6 – Retail Price: $42.50 (Kidbox Price: $32)

I’m pretty sure this is her favorite item in the box! We just passed down her vest that she wore last season to a friend and she was sad to see it go but thrilled to find this one in her box. I love the bright color and the nice metallic shimmer at the top. The back also has that cute cinched detail! Definitely, a great choice, although I can’t imagine ever paying that retail price for it, which makes me appreciate receiving it in this box even more!

Vigoss Girls Patchwork Denim, Size 6– Retail Price: $34 (Kidbox Price: $26)

I immediately disliked these jeans because they were so busy and actually felt a bit thin and not soft at all, but once she put them on, I actually came around to them! I think all of the distressing is actually sort of cute on her little legs, but it also might just be because it’s paired with my favorite item in the box! They are also slightly loose and lightweight so she was comfortable in them.

Samara Girls Stripe Sweater, Size 6X– Retail Price: $59.99 (Kidbox Price: $45)

This sweater! It’s so thick and nice, but soft and not itchy at all! The knit is actually really nice and I don’t see her snagging it, which I guess explains the high price tag! Another reason I am happy to receive it at a discounted price like this! It is definitely a quality sweater and something about this whole outfit gives me 80’s vibes for some reason. I love the look and that it is just a bit baggy on her meaning we can layer underneath if we need to!

I love the little heart detail on the chest and that it has this tiny split on the sides. I want one in my size!

Masala Baby Girls Black Jumpsuit, Size 6 – Retail Price: $84 (Kidbox Price: $63)

Okay, I saved the best…err worst…for last! This jumpsuit is just crazy to me but so fun! I think in theory it’s really cute and if it didn’t swallow her up then maybe I could see it working, but the way it fits her is almost comical. I’m still trying to sort out how I feel about it!

It does have really fun details like the pattern of the fabric, the subtle red glitter throughout, the gemstone buttons, the red lining on the pockets and that lace detailing on the front, plus it is a very thick and nice quality material. Maybe we can try it again next year when she actually grows into it! What do you think of this jumpsuit?

Verdict: I was impressed with all of the extras we received in this box, especially since there is no styling fee. The magazine, bunny, and stickers were all nice bonuses. As for the clothing, there were a lot of items that gave me pause when I first opened this box, but after trying them on, I really ended up loving everything, (jumpsuit excluded…I think!) and I loved how well these pieces all worked together to create full outfits instead of just separates. Some of the retail values felt inflated to me, but when you consider what a discount you get, it really makes it more affordable. For $98 that means each of the 7 items (counting the leggings as one) has an average value of $14, which I think is fair, especially if you consider that keeping the entire box means one box will be donated to someone in need! Overall, I’m happy!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Your box will be personally curated for you based on your child’s age, style preferences, sizing, and Kidbox’s current/featured stock!

Coupon – Save 10% off your first Kidbox and get free shipping! Just use code TRY10.

Value Breakdown: The retail price of all my items add up to $276.48 but the Kidbox price is technically $208, but with the discount from keeping a full box my total is $98! That’s about $14 per item.

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Written by Brandi Dowell

Brandi Dowell

Brandi has loved the idea of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013. Finding new products to test out and possibly fall in love with has always excited her. Now, as a mother of 3, she loves discovering new products that can help make parenting a little easier! Her favorites are FabFitFun and Target Baby boxes.

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

8 Comments

  1. I thought the jumpsuit was a Halloween costume. Like a semi-gothic ninja.

  2. I honestly thought the jumpsuit was pajamas at first! Not a favorite.

  3. I like that the box lets you buy the whole thing for a much discounted flat fee!

  4. I think your daughter looks cute in everything! The jumpsuit…I’d buy the whole box and give the jumpsuit away as a charity write-off. I really don’t know why anyone would make an outfit for a child that requires getting completely undressed in order to go to the bathroom. Seems like a setup for tears to me. I think the outfit would be cuter (and probably would have fit better) if they had made it two separate pieces. Ah well. Live and learn, right?

    • Agreed! The whole box was great, minus the jumpsuit. I will never understand why those are a thing, both for kids and adults. I don’t want to have to have either my daughter or myself get naked to go to the bathroom. I feel the same way about rompers.

    • Thanks, Vanessa! I didn’t even think about the bathroom aspect of that jumpsuit since I knew she wouldn’t be wearing it anytime soon. Very good point! 🙂

  5. The jumpsuit is not cute, is overpriced, and it will be hard to go to the bathroom.

  6. I actually think the jumpsuit is kinda cute in it’s own unique way. Perhaps the legs could be hemmed or as you mentioned, save it for when she grows into it. It would go well with some red sequined flats.

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