7 Best Baby and Kids Clothing Subscription Boxes of 2021
Best Baby and Kids Clothing Subscription Boxes
February 22, 2021

Best Baby and Kids Clothing Subscription Boxes

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Best Baby and Kids Clothing Subscription Boxes

Shopping may be one of the last things you have time for in those crazy first months of baby’s life. And once your kiddo gets older, they grow so fast, you may feel like you’re always looking for new clothes.

That’s why some of your favorite brands for little ones have come up with uber-adorable baby and kids clothing subscription boxes, delivering all the gear and goodies you’ll need right to your door. Yes, just like the grown-up versions.

Most boxes ship on a monthly or quarterly basis, and many offer free shipping and returns, with the option to keep what you love and ditch the rest—which is critical when you’re dealing with a baby or kid who outgrows clothes quickly.

Most brands tailor their boxes to your child based on gender, age and style basics, while others curate to create a specific vibe. And many take into account sizing shifts, so the subscriptions are made to grow with your child.

That said, not all baby and kids clothes subscription boxes are built the same. Here’s what you need to know before you commit.

Baby Clothing Subscription Boxes

The Name-Brand Box

KidBox offers picks from dozens of big-time brands like Levi’s, Lucky, Converse, Tommy Hilfiger, Puma and more. You can get up to seven seasonal boxes a year, delivered on demand, for babies in sizes newborn to 24 months and for toddlers kids from sizes 2T to 16. Start with a style quiz to assesses your kiddo’s personal size, style and lifestyle, then choose if you want to receive five items for the Baby Box or six, eight or 10 items for the KidBox. And for every box you purchase and keep, KidBox sends new clothes to kids in need.

The Gentle Box

Thanks to the focus on gentle, hypoallergenic fabrics, this clothing subscription box can help you protect baby’s delicate skin and care for skin allergies like eczema. Surprisly’s baby box features brands from all over the world in a curated box of three outfits each month, all made of 100-percent cotton and/or organic materials, so baby will be stylish, cute and comfortable—whether out and about, playing or ready for bed. Available in sizes from newborn to 18 months, so the box grows with baby.

For the Fashionistas

Is your kid a budding #instababy? The Dopple subscription is packed with the most fashion-forward kids’ clothes from high-quality retailers, including top-notch popular brands and boutique shops alike. We love that it starts out with a quiz to determine your kiddo’s personal style. Once you get your box, you can send back anything you don’t want (though we doubt you will).

The All-in-One Box

The Baby Bee Box isn’t really a subscription box. It’s more of a one-time thing, but it makes the perfect gift for baby, because it includes everything you need for a new arrival—in sizes 0 to 3 months or 3 to 6 months—including organic cotton bodysuits, bibs, burp cloths, footie pajamas, a towel, washcloths, bath supplies, a book and a snuggly bee stuffy, all in a keepsake box. And you can feel good about this buy, because for every box you purchase, Burt’s Bees donates one to Save the Children.


Kids Clothing Subscription Boxes

The fun doesn’t have to end once your little one’s outgrown the baby stage. These days, many of your favorite brands are curating boxes for toddlers and bigger kids too. Because who doesn’t love a surprise delivery? Check out these awesome options.

The Little-Bit-of-Everything Box

Did you know one of the most popular clothing subscription box for adults also has stylists for kids? StitchFix has been clothing thousands of grown-ups for over a decade now, so it makes sense that they’d be a go-to for parents to clothe their kids. For sizes 2T-18 (they have larger sizes than almost all other kids clothing boxes), it works just like the adult version: fill out a style and personality profile, then your kiddo will be sent a box of between 8 and 12 items of clothing, shoes and accessories. There’s a $20 styling fee per box that you can use it as a credit toward anything you’d like to keep. Most items cost $10-$35, and you’ll receive well-loved brands like Nike, Primary, Toms and more.

The Awesome Box

If your kiddo is into vibrant clothes that practically scream “rad!” (think: tie dye, graphic tees, skater style), check out Rockets of Awesome, which offers their own unique brand of clothing made for kids from sizes 2T to 12. Items range from $16 to $50 a piece, and you can choose from five, eight or 12 items per box. Get a new box every three months, and with free shipping and returns, there’s low risk and lots of reward. And once your child outgrows their Rockets clothes, send them back to earn rewards points!

Try It On Longer

KidPik curates stylish, mix-and-matchable outfits per box, featuring 7 pieces–including shoes!–that can be combined to create endless looks for your child. With clothes sizes from 2T to 16 and shoe sizes from Toddler 7 to Youth 6, this box is a great pick (pun intended) to grow with your child if you’re looking for stylist-chosen casual and sporty outfits that are also high in quality. But the thing we love best about this subscription box: your child gets seven whole days to try everything on and decide what they like. That’s more than twice as long as most other clothing subscription boxes! Plus, there’s no styling fees or any other costs up front. Note: While KidPik does have a shop where you can purchase individual clothing pieces, they currently only sell girls’ clothing.

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