Rockets of Awesome – Review #1

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Rockets of Awesome is a seasonal clothing subscription box for kids. All of the clothes are their own brand with one-of-a-kind designs.

They only go up to size 12 so be aware that it doesn’t run the normal range of sizes for children’s clothing (typically up to a 14/16). Their 10/12 size seems to run big enough so it didn’t seem too small.

The clothes come in a crate type box.

You will receive eight items in every box. “Each piece ranges in price from $16-$38. Keep everything and save up to 25% off at checkout.”

The box comes with a card letting you know that you can keep everything in this box for $150. I believe this may be a standard price for every box.

There is a $5 styling fee per seasonal box that will be applied to anything that you keep. The invoice that comes shows you the price of the individual items and the cost to keep all of them. It does not remind you of your styling fee discount if you just keep one item.

Item 1: Star Flutter Tee in black – Size 10/12 – Price $24.50 – This shirt is cute and did not run small. My daughter didn’t care for the style but I appreciated it that it was different than just a standard t-shirt.

Item 2: Sparkle Knit Skirt in metallic heather grey – Size 10/12 – Price $22.50 – This is a true skirt, not a skort. Again, it was cute but not my daughters style. It is a stretchy material but tighter around the stomach.

Item 3: Rainbow Awesome Tee in white – Size 10/12 – Price $22.50 – Again, I appreciate that this ran on the larger side of the 10/12 range. The graphic seems to run a little high on the shirt.

The neckline comes up a little higher to the neck than a regular shirt and the shoulders are more squared off. It doesn’t look or fit like a sleeveless tee while wearing it though.

Item 4: Never Not Rainbow Long Sleeve Tee in evergreen – Size 12 – Price $24.50 – The shirt is incredibly soft and seems well made.

The graphic on the shirt is super cute.

Item 5: Glitter Bolt Comfy Crew Washed in black – Size 12 – Price $29.50 – This was super soft and cute. The color looks more like a dark gray when next to the other black clothing. I felt like the graphic was a little high on this top as well.

Item 6: Metallic Splatter Leggings in navy – Size 12 – Price 19.50 – These are navy blue with a metallic silver paint splatter look to them.

They fit tight through but were super long and had extra room at the bottom for length.

Item 7: Rainbow Side Stripe Jogger in black – Size 12 – Price $29.50 – These are so incredibly soft and super cute!

It’s always a plus when pants have pockets. I like it that the stripes were only on one side because it just added something extra.

Item 8: Varsity Sweatshirt in air blue – Size 12 – Price $29.50 – This sweatshirt is super cute and so incredibly soft! It fit a little more snug throughout but didn’t run too small.

I liked this styling service and the $5 styling fee is a great deal. I felt some of the items were a little pricey but knowing that it’s their own brand & one of a kind makes it better.

You can also shop their website to buy items directly from their brand. If you like your box, you can request another seasonal box to get more clothing.

Notes: I wish they went up to a size 14 or 16 because we would definitely try the service again. My daughter is right on the edge of being out of a size 12 so it makes it not functional for us.

If this is a service you would be interesting in trying, I have included my link below. We will each get a $20 credit if you use this link.

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