Stylish clothes for kids, no shopping required

Wittlebee kids' clothes subscription clubWe’re happy to introduce you to our new sponsor, Wittlebee. We think you’ll like them!

The hard thing about buying nice kids’ clothes is facing the inevitable: the clothes will be outgrown. Quickly.


What that means is yet another trip to the store, spending more time scouring the web for sales, and dropping even more cash to basically redo your kids’ wardrobe. Again.


That’s why WittleBee is genius: it’s a subscription clothing club where stylish kids’ clothes come to you. All you do is sign up for the service, have a phone chat with a stylist about your clothing preferences, and voila: a box filled with clothing from amazing brands shows up on your doorstep. No shopping required. 


To be clear, the box isn’t just filled with any old thing. You’ll get $100 or more worth of items from Tea Collection, Paul Frank, Calvin Klein, American Apparel, Lately Lily, Baby Lulu, Carter’s and many more. 

Kids' clothes from Wittlebee

And you don’t have to worry about sizes–they automatically grow as your child grows, and the clothing changes as the seasons do.


Wittlebee could also be a great new parent gift, since you can order a  3-, 6-, or 12-month subscription (and they can pause and restart at any time). Because there are lots of new things to learn when you first have a baby—but the children-outgrowing-clothes-the-same-day fact sinks in pretty freakishly fast. 


EXTRA COOL: Just for Cool Mom Picks readers, use code CoolMom1 at Wittlebee and get $15 off the first box you order.

NOTE: there was an issue with the code early in the day. If you ordered on 8/9 and were charged full price, contact customer service for a $15 refund.

Lexi Petronis is a freelance writer, blogger for Glamour.com, editor of Albuquerque Magazine, and former contributor to Cool Mom Picks

4 Comments

  • Reply August 9, 2012

    MiniFashionPlates

    Just tried to sign-up and get the $15 off and it said:
    ?coupon applied for a $0.00 discount.
    boo hoo.

  • Reply August 9, 2012

    Robin

    The coupon code isn’t working. :-(

  • Reply August 10, 2012

    Wittlebee

    The coupon was fixed earlier today. If you were charged full price please email customer care so they can correct that for you.

  • Reply August 16, 2012

    Lizabeth Olivier

    I love Wittlebee!!

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