As a year of virtual/hybrid/in-person learning ends, we’re realizing exactly how much our kids have grown during the pandemic. Shorts that were ok off-camera for online school need to be replaced. Unintentional crop tops signal it’s time for a wardrobe refresh. If clothes shopping feels intimidating or just something you’d rather not do right now, kidpik can help! Keep reading to enter to win a kidpik box for your child!
Kidpik is a clothing box that curates and sends 3 coordinating outfits (7 pieces) for toddlers through and tweens. Their mission is to make parents lives easier by delivering personalized and fashionable outfits to their homes while empowering kids to discover their own unique style.
Launched in 2016, this time-saving, convenient, and risk free service includes everything from shirts and jeans to dresses and skirts in sizes 2T-16. They also provide shoes in sizes 7T-6.
Sizing is always tricky when it comes to shopping for clothes for my kids because brands don’t use standard sizes. Kidpik uses an in-house technical team to ensure the clothing they produce meets standard measurements. I’m glad that items in the box fit like they should, are comfortable, and come in standard sizes!
Kidpik gives subscribers a week to try on and return clothes for free using the enclosed prepaid bag. Boxes average $98 and you only pay for what you keep.
Here’s additional information about how a kidpik clothing subscription works.
Limited Edition Raya Fashion Box
Kidpik sent us their limited-edition Raya fashion box to try. This celebrates the release of Disney’s Raya and The Last Dragon on Digital, Blu-ray™ and 4K Ultra HD™ and items are inspired by Raya’s journey and ready for adventure.
I requested a box in boys’ size 16 for my 15 year old who wears a mens small or medium. The Raya inspired clothes were stylish, on trend, and high quality.
The knit tie-dye shorts and hoodie set paired nicely with a ribbed T that has detail around the neck and a circular embroidered logo that reminded us of a dragon tail on the right breast.
Gray pants paired nicely with a blue striped shirt that is perfect for summer. The shirt was soft and had just the right amount of stretch.
The gray pants seem perfect to wear for graduations/promotions or events where you have to be fancy but want to be comfortable. The black and white horizontal elastic waistband is also a really nice detail that made them more tailored than frumpy. Definitely a stylish step up from tired and worn pandemic sweatpants!
The Raya box for girls seems to have some really cute coordinated outfits too!
Whether you have boys or girls, kidpik has clothes and outfits to match their personal style. Popular looks include classic, trendy, girly, and active boxes for girls and boys. The service loves learning what your kid likes and creating personalized and cute outfits with 1,000s of styles for girls and boy.
Families that sign up now will receive the limited-edition kidpik x Raya box as their first subscription box! If you love Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, but these colors aren’t quite for you, your first box will be personalized and styled just for your child based on their unique preferences when you subscribe.
Enter to Win a kidpik x Raya Fashion Box
Kidpik is providing one TechSavvyMama reader with a limited-edition kidpik x Raya fashion box for their child. To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below.
Thank you kidpik for sending me one of your limited-edition Disney Raya subscription boxes. I received product to facilitate this post. Kidpik is providing items for the giveaway. All opinions are my own. Some images courtesy of kidpik.