Have you heard of Wittlebee? Until last month, I had no idea what Wittlebee was all about.
Wittlebee is a children’s clothing club. The goal of Wittlebee is to keep parents well stocked with amazing kids clothes. Wittlebee creates custom packages for members based on their children’s age, style preferences, geographical location, etc.
For a monthly fee of $39.99, parents receive a box containing six clothing items, with a retail value of approximately $100. When you figure it out, each item of clothing ends up costing you less than $7. That’s not bad at all! Wittlebee boxes include brands such as Calvin Klein, American Apparel, Baby Gap, Carters, Tea Collection, etc.
The way that Wittlebee works is pretty cool. Parents go online and fill out a “style profile” to help the stylists put together the perfect box based on your style preferences. The style profile includes questions such as: sex, age, size, the types of clothes you are looking for (short sleeved shirts, long sleeved shirts, onesies, pants, shorts), the graphic style you prefer (characters, plaids, stripes, solids, favorite colors, clothing style (casual, preppy, hipster, sporty, mix and match), accessories needed (socks, hats, etc.), anything you don’t want to receive, what climate you live in, and then finally, whether or not you’d like a personal phone call from a stylist to more accurately complete your style profile.
Once your profile is complete, the stylists put together a custom box just for you, and then ship it out. Did I mention shipping is FREE?
We were so excited to receive our Wittlebee box. I originally put it together requesting sizes that I thought would fit Buster. However, almost everything in the box ran a little big, so all but one thing ended up fitting Buddy better than Buster.
Here’s what our box looked like when it arrived. The clothes we received were from Crazy 8, Gioberti, and American Apparel.
One of the outfits ended up being perfect for Buddy’s first day of school. Here he is modeling it.
And here are the other items we received in our box. The navy blue top is the only thing that ended up fitting Buster.
Overall, I was very happy with our Wittlebee box. There is one small exception. The pair of plaid shorts are quite big for a size 5. I didn’t think it would be an issue until I realized that the shorts are missing the elastic and button for the adjustable waist. I’m not sure if they aren’t supposed to be adjustable waist (though the slits/holes are sewn in), or if that was just a mistake. Either way, it will be awhile before either of my skinny boys can wear those shorts. Aside from that, the clothing was in perfect condition, and everything is very much our “style.”
Disclosure: I was provided with a complimentary Wittlebee box to facilitate this review. My opinions are, as always, my own, honest, truthful opinions.