Kidpik is a styling subscription box for girls sizes 4-14 that is offered with no subscription, styling, or shipping fees. (It’s like Stitch Fix for girls, but with no styling fee!) Kidpik can now we purchased once a season, twice a season or monthly. The box will be sent at no cost and you’ll only be charged once you pick the items you want to keep. There’s also no return fee to send items back, so your daughter can ultimately decide which items are hers to keep.
If you don’t like what they’ve sent your daughter, they give you 7 days to pick the items you want to keep or return. Login to complete checkout within a week, if not, your credit card will be charged for the box. A 30% discount will automatically apply upon checkout when you keep the entire box!
My daughter chose the colors and styles she wanted for her box in an extensive style profile that covered styles, colors, types of clothing, length of outfits, and complete sizing information. The survey is simple and my 8-year-old was able to fill out the entire thing by herself (and she was so excited about it!).
The entire box, with the keep-it-all discount, is on average $85, with 5-7 high quality items included. If you decide to keep everything, each item will cost approximately $12.50.
Everything was packed really neatly and anything that could possibly snag clothing is packed in sturdy reusable bags.
The box includes a list of the items, their prices, and the broken out price for each item if you keep the entire box. These prices are super reasonable and the shopping is devastatingly easy. The box includes a return envelope and item list.
The total for this box was $89.25 – less than $15 per apparel item, including the shoes but excluding the belt.When you checkout you can get a 30% discount by keeping the entire box. If there are items you kept because it was cheaper but don’t want, you can return them in the envelope. So if it makes sense to keep the entire box, just return anything you don’t want, and Kidpik will donate it for you!
All the items in the box! I adjusted my daughter’s style profile for more girly items this quarter – she’s getting into those tween years and has been selecting items from her closet with a little more flair.
Kidpik also added other bonus items inside the box.
These are fun patches and we loved the colors! This bonus item is free to keep whether you keep anything or not. My daughter & I are planning to add them to her jean jacket from last box!
Shoes are always packed up in a tote bag.
Note that the cost to keep prices below are before the 30% discount for keeping the entire box!
Alexis Studded Gladiator ($25.50)
These studded gladiator sandals are so cute for summer looks!
We love how the kidpik shoes only look complicated – these are velcro entry!
No parental assistance needed to get in & out of this white-hot chic pair of sandals!
Sun Tee ($12.50) My daughter gravitated to this item first! It has a pop of super bright yellow plus a fun graphic, and glitter. What’s not to love?
Floral Overlay Skirt ($22.50) This skirt had a fuschia sheer overlay to the floral skirt below, and a stretchy waistband. Perfect for her!
This outfit was such a hit!
Rhinestone Belt ($7.50) We also received a glittery belt.
Mesh Yoke Graphic Tee ($14.50) This selection goes with the “sportier” profiles with a blue on blue 27. My daughter asked what it stood for, and I couldn’t tell her. If you really dislike an item of clothing in the kidpik previews for the style profile, do not select that outfit, even if you like something else about it. We did have an outfit with a similar top selected, and now we know not to pick it.
The shirt had a mesh panel on top.
Lace Panel Short ($19.50) These denim shorts were stretchy (although not quite enough for my daughter’s waist) and had a fun doily crochet on one leg.
The back was standard!
Cute outfit, but the shirt isn’t her style. Free returns!
Medallion Floral Tiered Dress ($25.50) This wild dress was a hit.
It has tassels on the bodice and that’s such a trend right now!
She couldn’t wait to wear this one! For us personally this box was pretty good. I would have liked to see one extra outfit in my box, and we could’ve done without the belt, shorts, and mesh top. I guess we’ll have to foof up her profile a little more for next season! The other thing I wish is that there was an option to add some of their Kidpik basics items to the box – I had to round out my daughter’s summer’s wardrobe with a bunch of shorts this summer, and it would have been convenient to receive them in our quarterly fashion box. As for the box itself, it’s always great to receive an infusion of on-trend clothes just in my daughter’s style. It takes me zero time to select + purchase the clothes, plus it takes mom out of the selection process entirely, which for girls starts to be a good thing!
What do you think about Kidpik?