Video Credit: Wittlebee Sometimes shopping for clothes can be difficult with young children; the stores and malls are crowded, the kids get tired and cranky after a short time, you are trying to juggle the baby in one arm while looking through racks of clothes to find something in the right size/style. Maybe you live in a very rural area like I do where it is at least an hour drive to the closest store with quality children's clothing. There is a great new kids clothing club called Wittlebee that recently launched and it makes finding clothes for your children a dream! The June box of toddler boys "Preppy" clothes I received from Wittlebee. Wittlebee is a monthly subscription service providing clothes for boys and girls in sizes ranging from Newborn to 5T. The great thing about Wittlebee is you receive $100. worth of clothing for just $39.99! Shipping is free and you can cancel your subscription at any time. Signing up for Wittlebee is a simple process, you fill out a style profile with your child's information, sizes, clothing needs and a little information about their personality and clothing preferences. Next a Wittlebee stylist will take into consideration your child's size, style preferences and geographic location to build a box just right for them and contact you via email or phone (your preference) to follow up on any questions and let you know your box is on the way. Within 7-10 your order is shipped and arrives via USPS mail. HERE to sign up for Wittlebee using my special link, you will get $10. off your first order ($29.99 for your first box) and I will get a $10. credit, it's a win-win for me and my followers! Right now Wittlebee is sponsoring a giveaway where the winner will receive a free two month subscription to Wittlebee (that's two boxes of clothes) AND a two month subscription to Kiwi Crate (a new kids monthly craft subscription service). You can go HERE to enter this great giveaway that ends on August 5th.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary box of clothes from Wittlebee to facilitate my review. My opinions remain my own.