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I know I often say this, but I am SO excited to share this review with you!!!  Since being contacted by Wittlebee, and receiving my first box, I have been telling everyone about this amazing company – literally – I even told the ladies at the Gap about it! 😉

So, what is Wittlebee?  Wittlebee is a service that delivers a box of kids clothes to your house every month for only $39/month.  You work with a stylist to create a profile that tells them about your kids sizes, your style, and your preferences, and each month, a new box arrives filled with goodies from Gap, American Apparel, Hannah Anderson, and CottonSeed among others.

Each box contains 8 items, and Wittlebee mainly focuses on the basics, like leggings, shirts, onsies, socks, etc.  The clothes are all brand spanking new, and totally in season!  As a matter of fact, one of the shirts and one the pants that I received for my son from the Gap, were right up front a few days later when I visited my local store, and on top of that, I got them for a heck of a lot cheaper!!

I received a box from Wittlebee after talking to my personal stylist that contained items for both of my kids.  Wittlebee is flexible like that – I have a son and a daughter and didn’t want to leave one out, so they split the box for me with no questions asked.  Even though Wittlebee is a subscription service, you can also pause or cancel your membership at any time.  My personal box contained 3 shirts for my son, a pair of pants for him, a beautiful tiered chiffon shirt for my daughter, a onsie, and two other shirts for her as well.  They also threw in two pairs of BabyLegs which was a super fun surprise! :)  Everything about this company is sophisticated and classic – from their choice of clothing, to their adorable, simple logo, to the packaging of the box.

Need more reasons to love Wittlebee?  Well, in addition to the fact that you can return your clothes when you are done using them so that Wittlebee can give them to one of the charities that they work with, they also donate a onsie to a child in need for every box they ship.

I am the world’s worst photographer, and to boot my camera is lacking in skill, but here’s a shot of what my kids received.

You can’t see my son’s pants in the picture, but he did receive a pair of super soft warm-up pants from Gap as well.  Can you believe that all of that only costs $39?!?  And shipping is free?!?  And I didn’t have to leave my house to get it?!?  Pretty fantastic, don’t you think??

Okay, now it’s time for my favorite part of this job…here’s how YOU can get a free box from Wittlebee!!  Each of the following counts as 1 entry.  You must leave a comment below for each of the following you complete for your entry to count.

This contest will run until Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 7:00 pm EST.  A winner will be chosen and announced shortly after.  Good luck and happy entering!!!!

Disclosure: I received a Wittlebee box free of charge to review. The opinions expressed in this post are mine. You can read this site’s disclosure policy here.


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    Adrianne B. says

    I liked Wittlebee and A frog in my soup on Facebook!
    I followed Wittlebee and A Frog in my Soup on Twitter!

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    anne O says

    I like Wittlebee on FB as well:) Been waiting to try out one of the boxes would love to try for free or get one for my 2.5 yr old & a box for my baby due the end of april

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    Janina Cornelius says

    I did all the following:
    Like Wittlebee on Facebook.
    Follow Wittlebee on Twitter.
    Like A Frog in My Soup on Facebook.
    Follow A Frog in My Soup on Twitter.

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    Kara Norris says

    I liked Wittlebee and AFIMS on Facebook! Have heard about Wittlebee and have been wanting to try it!