Wittlebee Review. It is Like a Personal Shopper for your Children!

If you have children then you understand that dressing them is a challenge. Not the actual putting clothes on them. But getting them clothes and making sure they have enough to wear in their current size. They grow like weeds. No less than 4 times a year I find myself going from store to store and doing the big clothes shopping. By the end of the day I am exhausted and already dreading having to do it all again.

This is where Wittlebee comes in.

I had not heard of Wittlebee until I got an email from them but now I am seeing them everywhere. And after receiving a box, I understand what all the buzz is about.

For only $39.99 a month you will receive a box of clothing for your child picked out by a stylist. No more trips to the mall. No more waiting in line at the check out. It really is genius. And easy!

You answer a few questions based on your child’s style. Seeing how Miss J. is only 17 months old and doesn’t really have a style of her own yet, I got to pick. They offer everything from princess to diva to geek girl and even mix and match. I went with hipster. For boys you can pick from casual, preppy, hipster, sporty and mix and match.

But it does not end there. You get to pick graphics and even colors that best fit their style. Dinosaurs, polka dots, plaid, guitars and even flowers. Then you can request the style you need most right now. Shorts, pants, leggings, dresses, onesies.

You can even request accessory items like swimwear, pajamas, socks, hair bows or clips and underwear. Select the weather you want to dress them for (around the house, winter, hot summer days, and everything in between).

Once you complete your membership and first payment, one of the expert kid stylists will call or email to confirm your order and answer any questions you may have.

You can pause or cancel your membership at anytime.

Every box features at least 8 items. We got the adorable red dress you see above with a pair of red bloomers, the zebra outfit you see below that I am so madly in love with, a pair of pajamas, 2 t shirts, a pair of shorts and a pair of leggings. That is about $4 per item for those of you doing the math!

I am so in love with this outfit!

Wittlebee really does take all the stress out of clothes shopping for your children.

Want to try Wittlebee for yourself? Right now new members can get $10 off their first box, making it only $29.99 by using this link.

Also check out Wittlebee on Facebook to see all the new things they are offering, specials, and photos of different boxes.

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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world!
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Comments

  1. What a great idea. If I didn’t love shopping so much I would totally do this!
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  2. So cute! Such a great idea. I’m definitely going to have to check it out.
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  3. Fantastic review!
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  4. Wow, that’s a lot of clothes for such a small price!
    Jenn @ Happy Travels recently posted..The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, California

  5. This is awesome!
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  6. How awesome!! I’ve been hearing a lot about them too & looked into them recently but was holding out for a coupon code so I’m SO glad I read this! Definitely going to be signing up for a box this week :)
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    • You will love this.

      And the best part, you can change your preferences at anytime to really round out the wardrobe.

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