How many of you think taking small kids to the mall (or any store really) is your idea of a good time? What! None of you?! Me either. Which is why I am so excited to introduce you to Wittlebee today! Wittlebee is a subscription kids clothing club. I’m going to be completely honest with you here, because we met Toby from Wittlebee at EVO this year. And as she was telling us how it works, my head was nodding but inside I was thinking, “I’m totally a bargain shopper. No matter how good of a deal you think it is, I bet it costs way more than what I spend on my kids clothes cause I don’t pay full price!” Really.
Here’s what I learned. A box costs $39.99, and it would retail for over $100. Um, that’s not paying full price. If you’re a bargain shopper or couponer you’ve already done the math and know that its a savings of at least 60%! Which is pretty stinking good. Especially, when you see that you aren’t getting discount brands. The current brands in rotation are Tea Collection, Luca Charles, Carters, American Apparel, Baby Lulu, Small Paul, StrawBerry, Children’s Place, Cotton Candy, Calvin Klein, Old Navy Collectibles, Dr. Seuss, Sage Creek Organics, Little Star Bathing, Jazzy Toes, Kenneth Cole, Lately Lily, Trish Scully, Nosilla Organics, and Wes & Willy.
The brands they offer at this price is fantastic. Quality clothes hold up so much better–it’s true. I had box split between my 4 year old son and baby girl, just to get a feel for the clothes. And feel we did! My son says his pants feel just like his blue blanket. That’s a huge compliment coming from Mr. Comfy. Each kid received 2 tops and 1 pair of pants. So that’s 4 outfits and I didn’t have to haul either to the store with me!
Here’s the part I absolutely love. You pick your style and the sizes change as your kids grow and the seasons change. They cover sizes ranging from newborn up to 6T. And you can surprise a special parent in your life with a 3, 6, or 12-month gift package to Wittlebee, and they can pause and restart the service at any time to keep up with their growing little one.
As if that isn’t enough, Wittlebee dedicates 1 onesie for every box they send out to Baby Buggy, a non-profit that helps deliver supplies to moms in need.
Wittlebee is offering Crafting Chick readers a $15 savings by using coupon code CC1. So even if I haven’t convinced you that it is a great deal, now you can try a box for $25! Oh, and shipping is always free.