Alice's summer wardrobe. June 2012.
You know I am all about supporting small, American-run businesses. So when I heard about this small and relatively new company called WittleBee located in my old stomping grounds of Santa Monica, I had to check them out. Here's how it works... for $40 a month, WittleBee sends you age and season-appropriate clothing for your kid. You fill out a questionnaire to help the stylist select the types and styles of clothing you are interested in and, a week or two later, a box shows up full of brand new adorable baby clothes.
How convenient! How smart!
Alice's WittleBee box arrived yesterday and, I must say, I am super impressed. She got two pairs of pants, a pair of shorts, a dress, a tank top, a cap-sleeved onesie, and two tank top onesies. Oh. And an adorable dragon monster. All for $40! One of the outfits is a super cute Luca Charles striped tank with matching pants that easily cost close to $40 just for the set. And we got that plus so much more!
Alice and I can't wait to see what next month's box has in it!
And if you decide to order your own adorable WittleBee box, use this special link (http://curebit.com/x/dXCmY) to receive $10 off your first order. Sweet!
Where do you buy your baby clothes? How about your own clothes? Alice has a lot of made-in-America basics from companies like American Apparel and Basic Brilliance and then cute complete outfits from Gap and Carter's. As for me... I need a bit of a wardrobe makeover. Now that I am a mom, some of my clothes just feel a bit juvenile. Time for a shopping spree!