We had the pleasure of attending the official KIDPIK launch party. It was a mission into the city as usual but my little fashionista and I were eager to see what KIDPIK was all about. As soon as we entered the venue we were received with a warm welcome and that set the tone for the rest of our stay. Sarah was excited to see there was face painting. She colored and snacked on some delicious cookies while she waited for her turn to get glamoured!
After, we were finished we made our way into the showroom where we were taught everything there was to know about this unique fashion subscription box for girls.
The first thing you do when signing up is answer a few questions that will help determine your child’s unique style. It was easy for my 8 year old to make a selection from the different style looks available. She was able to select her favorite colors and even how glittery she wanted her clothes!You can’t go wrong with too much sparkle!
Your child will receive her own personalized box containing six high quality fashion items — tops, bottoms, dresses, layering pieces, SHOES and even accessories all designed to complete multiple mix and match outfits. When the box arrives you can keep what you love and return the rest! Shipping both ways is always free and KIDPIK offers seasonal or bi-seasonal deliveries!
My personal favorite part of the whole process is that if my little one wants to return anything she can help out another girl in need! Purchase the entire box (with the 30% discount) and return the unworn items. Kidpik will donate the items(s) on your behalf through their charity partnership!
Did I forget to mention that this great company is also in partnership with NINA shoes! Sarah was in shoe heaven!
Look at the confidence on my girl! I love it. Those are one of the goals of this great brand, to make fashion fun and unique so our children can be confident in expressing who they are!We are very excited to be receiving our first box and as soon as we get it we will share all about it!
If you’d like to learn more head over to kidpik.com