As Mom’s, I think we know a thing or two about personal style. Especially when it comes to our children. When it comes to Fashion, I tend to NOT follow the crowd. I know that both my daughter’s have unique styles making it super difficult to shop at our local retailers.
My youngest is more of the rocker chic while my oldest has a style of her own which is a mixture of preppy and hipster. One thing I do know is that my kids would never wear anything Mommy wouldn’t wear.
Now that spring is in the air it’s time to create your kids daily getups. From florals to embellished tops to distressed denim, good style starts with Mom! This is why I was drawn to KIDPIK!
What is KIDPIK?
KIDPIK is the newest launch from prolific NYC fashion entrepreneur Ezra Dabah and the executive and creative teams behind classic children’s brands including THE CHILDREN’S PLACE.
At KIDPIK, every item is designed and curated in our NYC studio specifically for the girls in your life. Our stylists and proprietary algorithms remove all the difficulty, time and guesswork from your shopping experience.
KIDPIK makes it so easy to style your little girl in just a few simple steps!
- Create her style Profile to help personalize your girls look
- Sign up with Facebook or email and voila!
Check out KIDPIK on:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RUUMAmericanKidsWear
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kidpik/
- Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kidpik/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/kidpikworld
- Website: https://www.kidpik.com
KIDPIK delivers personal styling to your doorstep tailored to your little girls style. From five lifestyle looks, ages 3-12 (sizes 4-14), and seasonally curated. Best of all there’s free shipping and no commitment to buy! just keep what you love and what you don’t just send the rest back ( free of charge) and it will be donated to a partnered charity on your girl’s behalf! If you choose to keep the entire box you receive a 30% discount! pretty neat right?
Happy Spring! Now go get shopping!
*Disclosure: I was invited as media to attend the launch of KIDPIK. As always, all opinions are of my own.