Style & Review: Wittlebee

Wittlebee is a new little company that partners with other companies to send a box full of wonderful to their monthly subscribers.

It works so well because when you sign up, you get to take a little survey about your (and your child's) clothing preferences. Wittlebee uses that information to truly send boxes that match your child's personal styles. Boxes aren't going to include things like shoes and outerwear, because their objective is to keep kiddos stocked with basics as they grow. In addition to providing adorable clothing, members receive flash sales, access to community events, and giveaways... For $40 a month.

Each box includes six items, and it was like opening Christmas presents! I've never gotten surprise orders of clothes. SO fun! It all feels like great quality, and there's a balance of basics and patterns, which I love. 

Here's what was in Sophie's box:
American Apparel red leggings. Tea Collection patterned tunic. American Apparel grey long sleeve tee. Navy Cord skirt. Colorful shawl. Giraffe tee & Necklace tee (not pictured).

(above) These red leggings are seriously already a staple in Sophie's wardrobe.

(below) Sophie loves her new tunic. It's sooo soft and cozy. I think it's her favorite item in the box. 

A basic cord navy skirt is definitely going to get some good wear around here.

I'm loving this little wrap scarf. It's such a fun addition to a neutral outfit.

We love Wittlebee.

*I was not compensated for this post. Wittlebee provided us with a box of clothes for the purposes of providing a review. All opinions are my own.