Kidpik Spring 2020 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Kidpik is a styling subscription box for girls sizes 4-16 that offered with no subscription, styling, or shipping fees. (It’s like Stitch Fix for girls, but with no styling fee!) Kidpik can now be 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 shipping 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. Log in to complete checkout within a week, if not, your credit card will be charged for the box. A 30% discount will automatically apply at checkout when you keep the entire box!

DEAL: Save 50% on your first box when you keep it all + FREE Shipping with coupon code BEWELL50. Ends 4/24.

Each box will include 7 pieces of clothing, shoes, and accessories, curated by a stylist based on the info from the fun and interactive style quiz you fill-up upon sign up.

The average price of a box is $95.00, with the 30% discount for keeping all of the items. This box was styled especially for my daughter!

The clothing pieces were wrapped in thin white paper, sealed with a heart-shaped Kidpik sticker.

Everything was packed really neatly and anything that could possibly snag clothing is packed in sturdy reusable bags.

The box includes a return packaging as well as 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 with 6 items was $171.00. 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!

Bracelet. The box included a special gift for my daughter, and it’s a cute bracelet with a gold-colored charm!

The design is minimalistic. The charm is a gold-plated circle that has Kidpik branding embossed on it. It also has a black string and an adjustable enclosure that makes it easy to wear.

Glitter Ballet ($26.50) The flats were packed in a reusable black drawstring pouch!

It contains this girly glittery ballet flats!

My daughter likes that it’s black and glittery. It’s cute and elegant at the same time. The string ribbon is a dainty addition to the black glittery design.

The textured bottom provides protection against slippery floors!

The item we received was a bit bigger than my daughter’s size and I’m pretty bummed because I really liked this for her since it can easily be paired with anything from her wardrobe!

Silver Bomber Jacket ($49.50) This silver bomber jacket is really nice. The combination of different materials really make it stand out!

The faux fur material adds flair to the whole look and gives extra comfort as well. I also like how the sleeves are cuffed because it helps with keeping the sleeves in place even when moving around.

This jacket has silver hardware. It fully opens up using the zipper!

The body of the jacket is made with shiny silver faux leather fabric that adds character to the whole look!

Rock Rebel Tee ($17.50) My daughter really liked this tee! It’s simple yet glamorous at the same time!

The print in front says “ROCK REBEL” and it’s printed in silver foil and black felt.

There’s also some studs found on each letter to add texture to the print! If you look closer, you’ll see that the silver foil print has a grunge effect as well.

Sequin Denim Skirt ($29.50) Who says skirts should just be girly? This sequined skirt has a punk-rock look and we’re all for it!

It’s a great way to mix up the usual girly look with a bit of an edge.

The hemline has a grunge-tattered look and the back is plain acid-washed denim, so you won’t have to worry about messing up the sequins when you take a seat! This whole look gives off a rocker chic vibe!

Colored Skinny Pant ($22.50) This cute pair of blue jeans is a classic. It’s a great item for my daughter’s wardrobe. It can be worn with tees, pullovers, jackets, and even blouses!

It’s high-waisted and also has 3 pockets in front plus silver-colored hardware.

The back has two rear pockets. The silver hardware is such a nice contrast to the lovely blue color of the jeans.

Check Pleather Sleeve Blue Dress ($25.50) This is such a pretty dress!

It has a blue and black houndstooth design with black accents and silver hardware.

The sleeves are made with plain black faux leather and I think these tie up the whole look!

The A-line skirt is nice. I find it ag- appropriate and it makes the silhouette of the dress really good.

There is a silver zipper enclosure on the back so the head hole is adjustable when wearing it! The dress looks really great on my daughter! The length is just right as it hangs just around the knee, making it a perfect Sunday dress! You can even accessorize this to make it look more casual or formal, depending on your preference.

Kidpik did it again! The spring curation for my daughter is pretty good, with pieces that are fun and stylish but at the same time, they are also age-appropriate. My daughter’s favorite is the houndstooth dress because it’s something she could wear on just about any event. Kidpik is a great subscription if you want to revamp your kids’ wardrobe without leaving the comfort of your own home. Also, you don’t have to pay for return items so you can completely decide whatever it is you would like to keep or return without worrying about return shipping fees!

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  • AMH

    I’d wear that jacket myself!