So, several weeks back, I wrote about a deal at Wittlebee, where they send you a box of outfits for a set price … every single month.
Now comes Fabkids, where you create a “style profile” for your kiddo, and each month you’ll be presented with several pre-shopped three-piece outfits. You can buy the entire outfit of the month for $39.95 or you can skip the month all together.
Shipping is free and the outfit arrives within a week.
Now, there’s no risk in joining the site because there’s no membership fee and there’s never an obligation to purchase anything.
But is it worth it? One more thing to remember to look at?
The outfits they’ve already put together look cute, and one of the creative minds behind the site is fashionista Christina Applegate, so I think it’s safe to assume you’re never going to get ugly outfits.
In case you’re considering it, why not do it at a discount this very first time? With discount code FIRST25, you can get your very first outfit for just $25.
I will say, I took me less than two minutes to fill out the personality profile for Ella, and the outfit picks were spot on. I got a long-sleeved t-shirt, a tutu skirt, and a pair of Pima cotton leggings; individually priced, they came to more than $50. Plus, when I completed my purchase, I received a second long-sleeved t-shirt for free. So I’d say it was a score: four pieces of clothing for $25? Absolutely.
What do you think of a shopping service like FabKids; is it worth it?