Little Passports – USA Edition – Review #1

Little Passports is a monthly subscription geared towards kids that provides “Award-winning monthly kits feature geography, science, world cultures & more.”

This review will be specifically for the USA Edition that is geared towards ages 7-12. My daughter is 10 and is a great age for this specific Edition.

This comes in a cute plastic portfolio to keep all of your stuff in.

This is the starter kit so it focuses on the United States of America as a whole instead of a specific state.

The characters, Sam & Sofia, go with you as you travel the United States.

You receive your U.S. Field Guide that help you keep track of places you will go.

Here are a couple of the interior pages.

You get a large map of America to help you keep track of where you have been.

The USA Scratch Book comes with a scratch pencil and has some neat activities.

There are scratch stickers and you learn about some of the Symbols of the USA.

There are also pages about our National Parks and you learn about Tornado Alley.

I think this is a neat kit and my daughter will enjoy it. I felt the starter kit was lacking a little and could have come with another item or two for the kids to enjoy.

It would be nice if the World Edition & USA Edition were on par as far as ages go since the World Edition goes to age 10 and the USA Edition goes to age 12. It seems those numbers should be reversed. This USA Edition starts at $14.95 per month.

If this is something you would be interested in trying, please use the link below.

http://www.littlepassports.com

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

Little Passports – World Edition – Review #1

Little Passports is a monthly subscription geared towards kids that provides “Award-winning monthly kits feature geography, science, world cultures & more.”

This review will be specifically for the World Edition that is geared towards ages 6-10. My daughter is 10 and she was excited to see what was coming in this set.

Since this is the first package, it is themed for the World, not a specific country. You receive items in this package that are the starters such as this blue case that you will only receive the one time.

The kit comes with a card telling you about your starter kit and what to expect in future shipments.

One neat thing is the whole backstory for the characters, Sam & Sofia, that you are “traveling” with each month.

There is a luggage tag and stickers to start you off and you will receive new ones with each country you go to.

There is quite a bit in here and has a lot of neat stuff.

The Worldwide Activities booklet has some fun games.

There are more activities in the booklet themed to learning about our planet.

You receive a world postcard.

Next up is your very own passport!

Inside the passport has some neat interactive questions for your child.

You receive this neat hard cardboard country coin collection tray.

You even receive a world coin to start you off.

There is a cute little set of squishy animals from around the world.

Last but not least, your child gets a world map. They will receive stickers every month to put on the map to show where they have traveled. The map is quite large and my daughter was excited about it.

I think this is a really neat way for kids to explore the world and learn about other places. There was quite a bit of reading to do with this first set. Focus wise, I feel this would be good to start around the age of 8 or so. The USA Edition goes up to age 12 and I feel like the ages should be reversed for the World & USA Editions.

I really think this is a great subscription that starts at $16.95 per month.

If this is something you would be interested in trying, please use the link below.

http://www.littlepassports.com

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

Little Passports – Science Expeditions – Review #1

Little Passports is a monthly subscription geared towards kids that provides “Award-winning monthly kits feature geography, science, world cultures & more.”

This review will be specifically for the Science Expeditions which is geared towards ages 9+. My daughter is 10 and loves science so this was perfect for her to try.

This comes with a branded reusable bag and all the supplies to go with the theme of Forensic Science.

There is quite of bit of stuff in this kit after you open everything.

You receive a Forensic Science Comic, Lab Notebook, Fingerprint Analysis Card, and a booklet of Science Experiments.

Close up of the Fingerprint Analysis Card and inside of the Lab Notebook.

Close up of the Comic which goes through why you are performing these specific experiments. I thought this was pretty cool since it makes the story interactive.

The booklet lists the experiments/steps to be performed. NOTE: You may have to purchase some items in order to complete the experiments if you do not already have them.

This is the kit that has all of the needed equipment for the experiments.

My daughter really enjoyed the experiments in this kit and was able to complete them on her own. The science kits starts at $18.95 per month and includes all needed equipment. I felt it was a good value for the cost.

When you log into your account, it shows what the upcoming months will be: May: Pinball Machine; June: Kaleidoscope Science; & July: Roller Coaster Physics. You have the option to pause subscriptions and even if you cancel, you can restart where you left off later.

If this is something you would be interested in, please use the link below.

http://www.littlepassports.com

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

KidBox – Review #2

The Legal Disclosure: All product reviews are my own & products have been purchased by myself unless otherwise noted. The reviews will always be honest, full of respect & trust. Some posts may contain affiliate links which means that if you click on the link & make a purchase, I may be compensated (this is at no cost to you). Not all links are affiliate links but will post this on every linked page to be fully transparent. If you would like to learn about how I do a product review or info about subscription services, please comment below or email me at esoterictartan@gmail.com.

KidBox is a seasonal clothing subscription for children that does not charge a styling fee. We loved our first box so much that we decided to order another one.

You can read my first review here: https://esoterictartan.com/category/kidbox/

Each each box comes with a kids newspaper, stickers, crayons, a plastic pouch, and a free item (this season it is temporary tattoos). All of these items are for your child to keep whether you keep the clothing or not.

Each box comes with a sheet that tells you how much all of your items cost individually without a discount and then the cost per item if you keep the entire box. All of their kids boxes have a “keep it all” price of $98. Their baby boxes are even less at $68. Also, when you keep an entire box, KIDBOX donates new clothing to children in need. They gave us four charities to choose from to donate to.

All boxes let you know about the good that the company is doing and explains how to give back. When you keep your entire box, KIDBOX donates clothing.

We received a total of eight items in this box.

Item 1: Justice – Girls Rainbow Sequins Fanny Pack in Blue – Retail Price $14.90 – KidBox price $11.00 – This is a fanny pack (or bum bag as it is called overseas) that has reversible sequins. It also has an adjustable strap so it will fit different sizes.

Here is a view of the sequins flipped on half of the bag – half silver, half pastel rainbow.

Item 2: DKNY – Girls Hipster Hem & Release Short – Size 12 – Retail Price $29.50 – KidBox Price $23.00 – These shorts are super cute and I love how it looks like at the seam on the bottom on the shorts. There is stretch in the material of these which always helps things fit better (made of Cotton, Polyester, & Spandex). The pockets on the front are not real pockets.

Item 3: Derek Heart – Girls Floral Twist Front Tank – Size L14 – Retail Price $30.00 – KidBox Price $22.00 – This tank is so cute and soft ! It has a twist on the front bottom which gives it detail without adding bulk. I like that the shoulder width is wider so the top can be worn to school as well. It looks a little short in the front but did not show her stomach. It still has to be worn over a tank though because it comes down a little lower in the underarm area.

Item 4: 7 For All Mankind – Girls Distressed Bermuda – Size 12 – Retail Price $45.00 – KidBox Price $34.00 – These are cute with a little bit of stretch. I like that these shorts have the distressed look but have material behind it so they are appropriate to wear.

Item 5: Justice – Girls Camo Varsity Tee – Size 14/16 – Retail Price $19.90 – KidBox Price $14.00 – This short is super cute and something we probably wouldn’t have picked out on our own which is why I like these boxes. It is white with silver lettering (the picture looks grey but it is bright white). The material is thin so it does need to be worn with a tank top.

Item 6: Kids Club – Girls Khaki Short – Size 12 – Retail Price $28.00 – KidBox Price $21.00 – These shorts are cute and almost look yellow rather a true khaki color. They don’t have much stretch but do have an adjustable waist.

These short were made specifically for KidBox and have a hook & eye closure.

Item 7: For All Seasons – Girls Cold Shoulder Top in Grey – Size 14 – Retail Price $24.00 – KidBox price $18.00 – The saying is “Sing with Mermaids, Ride a Unicorn” in black and gold. The material is so incredibly soft & bells out towards the bottom for more room.

Item 8: BCBG – Girls Knit Floral Ruffle Dress in Blue – Size 14 – Retail Price $48.00 – KidBox Price $33.00 – My daughter loved this dress and the feel of it because it is so soft. The straps are adjustable which is nice and a unique feature. The back has the same ruffles as the front.

The material is very thin so a tank top and solid undergarments would need to be worn so they don’t show through.

My daughter and I were both very pleased with this box. The Retail total of this box is $239.30. If you keep the entire box, it will only cost $98.00 which is a discount of $141.30 which would make it $12.25 per item.

I am very pleased with the curation of this box and my daughter wants to keep everything. If this is something you would like to try for you child, please use my link below and we will both receive $25.00 off of a box.

http://refer.kidbox.com/mfS22

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

Kidpik – Review #1

The Legal Disclosure: All product reviews are my own & products have been purchased by myself unless otherwise noted. The reviews will always be honest, full of respect & trust. Some posts may contain affiliate links which means that if you click on the link & make a purchase, I may be compensated (this is at no cost to you). Not all links are affiliate links but will post this on every linked page to be fully transparent. If you would like to learn about how I do a product review or info about subscription services, please comment below or email me at esoterictartan@gmail.com.

Kidpik is a girls monthly clothing subscription box in the size range of 4-16. This one does not charge an upfront styling fee which is always nice. They send “three head-to-toe mix-&-match fully coordinated outfits.” All of the clothing is their own brand.

*Please see below about checkout & cancelling regarding issues I had.*

The box even has a sticker specialized for your child so they feel like this is even more customized which is sweet.

The box comes with a brochure showing all of your items and the prices. It also comes with a bag with a prepaid label on it to return any items you don’t want to keep.

We received a total of seven items. Each item has its regular price and if you keep everything, you receive a 30% discount.

They include a free gift for every child to keep for free no matter what. This time it was two friendship bracelets. They look small but have a lot of stretch to them.

Item 1: Stripe Rose Patch Patch Top – Color: Kidpik Navy – Size XL (14) – Price $25.50 (Keep all price $17.85) – The straps for the top of the shirt say “Love” and are an elastic band. Even though this top was cute, it just doesn’t fit right. It was very big for a 14 and just didn’t fit right for a little girl. We probably could have sized down in this one but I felt it was a little too revealing the way it laid. The detailing on the arms was adorable with the ruffles and cutouts.

Item 2: Yeah Tassel Tee – Color: Light Heather Grey – Size XL (14) – Price $16.50 (Keep all price $11.55) – This was a cute top but just not my daughter’s style. I like the sequins and tassels so it wasn’t just a plain grey shirt. The edging around the neck, arms, and bottom was a little different too which I liked.

Item 3: Denim Bermuda Short – Color: Calla Lily Wash – Size 12 – Price $19.50 (Keep all price $13.65) – These shorts were cute and have an adjustable waist.

The inside has patches over the holes so the it doesn’t actually go through which I appreciate.

Item 4: Pull On Fringe Denim Jean – Color: White – Size 12 – Price $25.50 (Keep all price $17.85) – White can be very cute but not on a kid. I like that these had a different design but they ran kind of small. They looked like a skinny jean with a flare at the bottom even though they aren’t billed as that. I just cannot justify buying white pants for my kid because I know they won’t stay that color.

Item 5: Stripe Ottoman Skater Dress – Color: True Red – Size XL (14) – Price $22.50 (Keep all price $15.75) – This dress is adorable! It is red, white, and navy blue with a little bit of stretch. I love that the stripes on the bottom go a different direction than the stripes on the top!

This dress seems to run a true 14. My daughter has room to grow, it’s not too big, not too small. Definitely my favorite piece out of this box.

Item 6: Aviator Sunglasses – Color: Pacific Coast – One Size – Price $7.50 (Keep all price $5.25) – These are cute but super tiny for a smaller child. I took a picture of them sitting inside of my daughter’s regular glasses (in the first pic below).

Item: 7: Janely Glitter Ballet – Color: White – Size 4 Youth – Price $19.50 (Keep all price $13.65) – These shoes are super cute and just the right mix of dress up without being over the top. They are sparkly but not overly so. All shoes come in a drawstring bag like the one shown.

We liked the items in this bag even though some items didn’t fit right. Since my daughter is going between a sizes, that will happen sometimes. The merchandise total was $136.50 but would have been $95.55 with the ‘Keep All’ 30% discount.

Kidpik gives you a lot of flexibility in their options. You have the option to receive ‘Piks’ every 4 weeks, 6 weeks, or 12 weeks. They also give you an option to skip a box, pause your box for 30/60/90 days, or adjust your frequency of boxes for the year (2, 4, or 8 boxes per year).

Once you receive your box, you have seven days to try items on & decide what to keep. You will then be able to check out online.

*** I could not find the ‘Checkout’ option anywhere online and had to email the company. This might be because my package was not showing delivered even though it obviously has been.

*** Cancelling has been a pain because you have to click through a couple of menus to find the cancellation button. Once you find it, it then tells you that you need to call them at 1-844-848-1852. Their hours online say 9AM – 5PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) but when you call, it says their hours are 10AM-6PM. I called at 2:32 PM and received a voicemail.

*** So at this point, I have left a voicemail and emailed the company at hello@kidpik.com to tell them I want to check out and I included my cancel request in the email as well. Hopefully I will hear from them soon.

*** UPDATE: The company emailed back at changed our package status to delivered. This gave me the ability to check out so it’s good to know that it wasn’t a problem with the account & it wasn’t eating away at our seven day time frame. They also cancelled our subscription through the email so I did not have to call again.

Once everything was resolved, checkout was very quick and easy. I do like this company and their clothing and think our particular account just ran into a snag. We may reach out and try another box in the future.

If this is a service you would like to try, I have provided my link where we will each get $20 in credit.

http://fbuy.me/mncXV

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

Joyfolie Website – Review #1

Joyfolie is a website that sells exclusive clothing and accessories for women and girls. They have clothing, jewelry, shoes, etc.  I love the elegant look of their items!

We bought two items to try out this website. One was a dress for my ten-year-old daughter and the other was a choker necklace for my teen.

The sizing for women only go up to an XL so I was not able to order anything for myself. I need a minimum of a XXL.

The plastic bag they use for shipping is super cute with a floral pattern.

Each each item comes individually wrapped.

Item 1: Zadie Dress in red – Size 14 – Retail Price $72 (on sale for $39.99) – Oh my goodness, this dress is so adorable! The material is not soft but it’s not itchy either. It also comes in navy and in cream. https://www.joyfolie.com/products/new-zadie-dress-in-red

My daughter usually wears a size 10/12 but we have started to size up on certain items. We bought a size 14 and it is super long.

The detailing of the ruffles on the sleeve and a tiny bit of lace detail on the front just give it a little something that makes it stand out.

The back has a keyhole cutout.

The bottom flares out when spinning around and she had so much fun twirling in this dress!

She had enough room through in the dress so it did fit like a 14 (except for the length) so she has a room to grow.

Item 2: Juniper Choker – Retail Price $12.50 (Currently on final sale for $6.99) – The choker came wrapped in its own floral tissue and little bag. https://www.joyfolie.com/products/juniper-choker

It is a gold lace choker that doesn’t have a lot of give in the band. It does have an adjustable chain for comfort.

I love that even though it’s a choker, it has an elegant look.

I found this company from an advertisement on Facebook so I was a little unsure about ordering at first but I was very pleased with the products.  You can receive a monthly gift for ordering but I don’t think I added it correctly because I did not receive one.  UPDATE: Customer Service responded to me so quickly and are sending out two free gifts for my daughter and I which is so kind of them.  They are sending us matching sunglasses and matching sandals.  That was very sweet of them!

I truly love the clothes that the shop provides.  I like it that they are unique and not the same old thing that you find at other places.  We will definitely be ordering again!  You can sign up for free to become an Insider so you can receive 10% off your first purchase, get the free monthly gift, and stay up to date on their items!

If this is something you would be interested in, please click on the link below.

https://www.joyfolie.com

As always, if you have any questions, please leave a comment below.

FabKids – Review #1

The Legal Disclosure: All product reviews are my own & products have been purchased by myself unless otherwise noted. The reviews will always be honest, full of respect & trust. Some posts may contain affiliate links which means that if you click on the link & make a purchase, I may be compensated (this is at no cost to you). Not all links are affiliate links but will post this on every linked page to be fully transparent. If you would like to learn about how I do a product review or info about subscription services, please comment below or email me at esoterictartan@gmail.com.

We decided to try FabKids for my 10 yes old daughter. It is a monthly clothing subscription for kids that cost $29.95. That money will get credited to your account and you get to choose your clothing.

This is run by the same company that does Fabletics, ShoeDazzle, & JustFab.

We didn’t want the monthly subscription so created an account, bought her an outfit, and then canceled my account. We bought two pieces which I which I will review. I am not reviewing the subscription piece of FabKids.

The package came pretty quickly after we ordered it.

Each each item is wrapped individually and is their own brand.

Item 1:Pom Pom Jumpsuit – Size XL (14/16) – Retail Price $29.95 – This outfit is so adorable! It is very soft and my daughter wants to sleep in it. She normally wears a size L/12 but is on the cusp of sizing up and this fit her perfect. If you are a true size 14/16 I think it may run a little small.

The detailing on the top is super cute well without being too much.

The outfit is cinched at the waist and has pockets which made it even cuter.

The bottoms are made to come up a little higher than normal and have a flare.

This is what the inside of the bottom looks like. The stitching is nice and not itchy.

This picture is a little blurry but I wanted to show a close up of how wide the bottoms are.

The colors on the top are very vibrant. I was afraid this would look chintzy in person but it doesn’t at all.

Item 2: Gold Lace Up Sandals – Size 4 – Retail Price $24.95 – I was a little unsure about these but they are super cute in person.

They tie like a regular shoe on the top and actually stayed tied. My daughter did double knot them but did not play in them. She said if she played in them they might not have stayed tied very well.

They have a zipper at the back that makes the shoe easier to put on. There’s a piece of fabric to cover the zipper on the inside of the sandal so it doesn’t rub the back of the leg.

When we were purchasing, there was a promotion for 50% off your first item and also a $20 credit they applied to the account which I think has something to do with a shoe special they had going on.

Our total would have been $54.90 but we ended up paying only $21.32 which includes tax and free shipping.

I really like the clothes but wish you didn’t have to have the subscription to do it. They do provide the option to go in and skip months though.

I tried to send an email to cancel are subscription and I received an email back saying they no longer utilize email as a means of communication and asked me to call a 1-800 number. I called and they did cancel it pretty easy, of course offering me discounts if I would stay with them.

I really do like the service and we’ll probably go back and buy some other things for my daughter eventually. They definitely has some cute pieces and I like it that they are their own brand.

If this is something you would be interested in, please use the link below.

http://www.fabkids.com

As always, if you have any questions, please leave a comment below and I will be more than happy to help.

KidBox – Review #1

The Legal Disclosure: All product reviews are my own & have been purchased by myself unless otherwise noted. The reviews will always be honest, full of respect & trust. Some posts may contain affiliate links which means that if you click on the link & make a purchase, I may be compensated (this is at no cost to you). Not all links are affiliate links but will post this on every linked page to be fully transparent. If you would like to learn about how I do a product review or info about subscription services, please comment below or email me atesoterictartan@gmail.com.

KIDBOX is a seasonal clothing subscription box for children that will include 5-7 items in every box. This box does not have a styling fee.

Here’s how it works: take the style quiz, order your box, and then you have 7 days after you receive your box to decide what you want to keep and what you want to send back.

The baby box ranges from newborn to 24 months and a whole box will be discounted to $68. Each box will contain 5-6 items.

Girls clothes go up to size 14 and a whole box will be discounted to $98. Each box will contain 6-7 items.

Boys clothes go up to size 16 and a whole box will be discounted to $98. Each box will contain 6-7 items.

Everything was packaged nicely so nothing would get damaged.

Here’s the first look inside the box.

The box came with a kids newspaper, a pencil/crayon pouch, crayons, and stickers.

They send you a bag and a prepaid return label for any items that you will be returning. Each season the box includes a free item and this go-round it was temporary tattoos.

My daughter received a total of 6 clothing items. We chose a size 14 in tops since she is between sizes and a size 12 in pants.

Each item is individually wrapped.

I appreciate things being individually wrapped for cleanliness.

The box also came with a note from her stylist. For every full box kept, they will cloth a child in need. You get to choose a specific charity that they donate to.

Here is a listing of all six items with the retail price, the KidBox price, and then the total box price. As you can see, keeping everything would save us $132.99 off the retail price.

Item 1: Samara – Yellow Sweater w/Bow – Size 14 – Retail Price $49.99 – KidBox Price $37.00 – This sweater was so incredibly adorable and my daughter loved it.

This is to give you a side view of the bow. I love the detail to make this a little different than a normal sweater.

Item 2: Lee – Girls Daisy Print Shorts – Size 12 – Retail Price $34.00 – KidBox Price $25.00 – These shorts paired so well with the yellow sweater.

They are super cute with just enough detailing. I like it that the pattern is not over the top.

The shorts were a little longer too which I appreciated.

Here’s a close-up of the design.

Item 3: French Toast – Girls Flutter Sleeve Tie Front in white – Size 14 – Retail Price $20.00 – KidBox Price $17.00 – This is just a plain white shirt (blouse?) but I like it that it had details to make it different. I’m not big on a white shirt for kids but this did look really nice.

There are ruffles around the shoulder seams and a tie front.

There’s keyhole detailing on the back.

Item 4: BCBG – Girls Denim Striped Dress – Size 14 – Retail Price $48.00 – KidBox Price $33.00 – I thought this dress was so adorable. I appreciate that the neckline wasn’t too low. The dress has neat details to set it apart.

The way the dress is pieced together with the stripes is super cute.

The bottom of the dress has just enough of an angle to give it detail.

There is a little cut out on the side to again, give it detail.

There’s a keyhole closure on the back.

Item 5: BCBG – Girls Jean w/Sparkly Gold Taping on Cuff – Size 12 – Retail Price $39.50 – KidBox Price $27.00 – These jeans are so cute with just enough details to make them stand out.

They have a cute wide cuff at the bottom.

Their size 12 fits perfectly and runs true to size.

Here’s another close-up of the cuff.

Item 6: Jessica Simpson – Girls Ruffle Sleeve Rayon Top w/Embroidery in white – Size XL – Retail Price $39.50 – KidBox Price $29.00 – This is a top I would have never picked up for my daughter on my own but ended up loving it. I appreciate the higher neckline on this one as well.

The detailing on the top is super cute.

The shirt is sleeveless with the ruffles coming down over the arm. The ruffles do not get in the way at all.

There’s a keyhole closure on the back.

Out of the three children’s clothing subscriptions we have tried, this has been my daughter’s favorite and my favorite. I felt like they listened to what my child liked and sent her a box full of clothes that she loved.

I think this box provided a great value as well. If you keep the entire box, it makes the individual pieces come out to around $16.34 each.

They have a great referral program too. If you use our referral link, you will receive $25 towards your first box and we will receive $25 towards our next box. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me in the comments below.

http://refer.kidbox.com/mfS22

Life Is Good – Human Color Crayon T-shirt Review

The Legal Disclosure: All product reviews are my own & items have been purchased by myself unless otherwise noted. The reviews will always be honest, full of respect & trust. Some posts may contain affiliate links which means that if you click on the link & make a purchase, I may be compensated (this is at no cost to you). Not all links are affiliate links but will post this on every linked page to be fully transparent. If you would like to learn about how I do a product review or info about subscription services, please comment below or email me at esoterictartan@gmail.com.

I found the cutest shirt for my daughter this week.

It is from the company ‘Life is Good’ and depicts crayons in human colors.

The company donates 10% of their profits to help kids in need. A Girls XL in this brand is a size 12/14 which is smaller than a typical XL. The shirt is 100% Cotton but I was told their shirts are pre-shrunk.

Here’s a close-up of the design. This speaks so much to how we ought to treat others.

The shirt is soft and has vibrant colors. It has not been washed yet so I do not know how they do after they’ve been laundered. I could not find this specific shirt on the ‘Life is Good’ website but will link to their main page so you can check out all of their other cute stuff.

https://www.lifeisgood.com

I did find the same one on another website called Essential Apparel and it is cheaper than what I paid for it at the store. I paid $18 while this website is charging $11.99 with free shipping. I do not know this website or their ethics so please buy at your own risk. This is not an affiliate link.

https://www.essentialapparel.com/p/girls-human-crayon-short-sleeve-tee?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_P2hsvr94AIVkLjACh17Yg6TEAQYAiABEgIMD_D_BwE#262133

Rockets of Awesome – Review #1

The Legal Disclosure: All product reviews are my own & have been purchased by myself unless otherwise noted. The reviews will always be honest, full of respect & trust. Some posts may contain affiliate links which means that if you click on the link & make a purchase, I may be compensated (this is at no cost to you). Not all links are affiliate links but will post this on every linked page to be fully transparent. If you would like to learn about how I do a product review or info about subscription services, please comment below or email me at esoterictartan@gmail.com.

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.
https://www.rocketsofawesome.com?r=8d187a69