We decided to try Kid Pik. If you haven't heard of Kid Pik it is a company like Stitch Fix, where you enter information about yourself (or in this case about your daughter) and a fashion consultant sends you a box of 7 items. We received a light sweater, sandals, a bubble top, a tank top, one pair of shorts, a pair of jeans, a headband and a stripe/ floral top.
Super cute sweater, with hearts knitted into the fabric.
This is the shirt my daughter fell in love with. Love at first site! It also matches a lot of the items already in her closet. She is also wearing a sparkly navy headband. We decided to keep both!
This is my favorite, beautiful flower fabric sewn to the back of the shirt.
This was a free gift! She received 5 pins she can place on her bookbag, purse or denim jean jacket! Many of the items were placed in cute bags!
I loved this item the dot swing tank but my daughter didn't. I was hoping she would keep it. This part was hard. I listened to her wishes and put it back in the send back bag. That made her feel good, later when we were on the site telling Kid Pik what we wanted. We were able to tell them this item is not her style, she loved being able to let them know she doesn't like something.
These were cute but they are too short for school. If we can't wear them to school we don't buy!
These were cute too, but the weather here is already in the high 80's. So no pants!
My girls are the same shoe size. Which is weird because they are 3 years apart. Both of them did not like the silver sandals. Oh well, I guess we will see what happens next time. Just receiving mail was so much fun.
Kid Pik did not get in touch with Sew Spoiled and wanted us to review. This was all on our own. It was totally free and we kept two items, paid for them and sent the rest back free of charge. So far it has been a great experience. There are some rules; you have 7 days to send back the items you don't want to keep and don't try it on if you don't want to keep it.