The clothes are wrapped nicely inside the box, but it has a fun feel, a bit like both a clothing subscription and an activity box.
The box included a little zip bag with alphabet stickers. Past boxes came with crayons and a small coloring booklet.
The booklet also listed a set of instructions on how you’ll be able to return or exchange your items. To keep the entire box our total was just $98!
When you sign up, there’s a short survey to categorize your preferred style.
Unlike when this service first launched, you can now completely update your profile right inside your account, which also accommodates multiple kids!
7 For All Mankind Denim Pants (Set $79): Classic, clean denim with a slight wash on the thigh. These were part of a three-piece set.
7 For All Mankind Boys T-shirt (Set $79): The tee has a chambray look that incorporates little dots of color that look a bit like pilling. This is an excellent choice for little kids, as white shirts without a pattern tend to have a very short lifespan before staining.
We chose “city cool” as the profile match and there seemed to be a bit of a mix, with athletic, city, and slightly preppy altogether. The Seven For All Mankind set was our favorite, and we weren’t as hot on the Reebok shirt or distressed jeans – that’s just our taste, as the quality was fine. We definitely couldn’t say no to keeping the entire box, everything fit really well, and we were impressed that they pulled off designer wear at such a low price.