My editor recently assigned me an article about a mail-order kid’s clothing company. Disappointed at first (I’ve written about MOC’s before), I figured she’d found an interesting tidbit worth sharing with our readers. And she had. (She usually does).
Clothing & Accessories Hand-Picked FOR Your Kid, BY Your Kid
My kids are so unique in their personality that people are surprised to learn they are related. Part of this misconception stems from the fact that they share no fashion sense whatsoever.
KIDBOX uses a “proprietary predictive personalization technology” that chooses clothing for your child based on a survey you fill out together. It then compiles the best box for your kid.
“At KIDBOX, we’re all about marrying style with substance,” said KIDBOX CEO Miki Berardelli. “We are about delivering to parents curated, stylish wardrobes for their kids featuring the hottest, most in-style apparel, personalized for their kids’ tastes.”
And, each KIDBOX comes with what Berardelli describes as “elements of surprise and delight” that include a surprise gift and a fun seasonal item, like a beach ball in the summer or school supplies in the fall. What’s more, there are designs all over the box waiting to be colored. (What kid doesn’t love playing with the box?)
Try Items On, Pay Only for What You Keep, Return the Rest
Let’s face it: Kids these days don’t want to try clothes on in the store. Mine won’t. Worse than discovering an outfit doesn’t fit (or that your child doesn’t like it) is having to drive back to the store to return it.
With each customized KIDBOX, your child gets 6-8 clothing items to try on at home. Choose the whole box for $98. Purchase individual pieces a la carte. Return any unwanted items free of charge. You have seven whole days to decide.
Give Back to a Child in Need (that interesting tidbit worthy of our readership)
If you are looking for a way to connect with your kids about the importance of giving back, KIDBOX presents the perfect opportunity. For every complete box you buy, the company will donate an outfit to a child in need through a charity of YOUR child’s choosing.
”We’re helping parents teach their kids the power of giving back by donating new clothes to those in need for each box kept,” said Berardelli. “This is made possible through our partnership with Delivering Good (formerly K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers) with a company mission to clothe 1 million children in need.”
I am suddenly looking forward to shopping for my kid’s this summer.
Written by: Jodi Hale
Jodi Hale is an editorial/advertising assistant for North Phoenix Family Magazine as well as a freelance writer. The mother of three amazing boys ages 7, 13 and 15, she has served on the PTA board of their school for more than 7 years, collaborating with teachers, staff and community members to enrich the learning environment for all students through positive and engaging educational experiences. Jodi also volunteers as a public relations specialist for Musical Theatre of Anthem, promoting the theater’s year-round training opportunities and award-winning productions. She loves reading, free-hand drawing, creating props, and raising her boys to embrace life with purpose.