|2 sweet options on FabKids!|
that means making most of my purchases online. Sort of ironic when I happen to live in one of the shopping capitals of the world... but there you have it. As a mama of two little gals, I could literally spend hours perusing the Internet. The degree of cute stuff out there is overwhelming, and if you find me in rags at some point in the near future while my children are dressed to the nines, well, don't say I didn't warn you.
My latest online discovery is Fab Kids. The website features adorable, interchangeable outfits for girls ages 2-8 years old. Sign up for their "Monthly Outfit Club" and an adorable 3-piece outfit will be sent your way each month, or skip a month and buy when you want. I love the fact FabKids' designers have created the outfits with style and playfulness in mind. Many of the separate pieces can be mixed and matched which makes for easy dressing in the morning. Hurrah!
After signing up, you'll take their "Style Quiz," and FabKids will choose outfits for your child based on your answers. Each 3-piece outfit costs $39.95, but you can try your first outfit for just $25 -- and did I mention free shipping and returns? This is a great deal and truly, a fun online shopping experience. I also love the fact that Christina Applegate is involved ("Up All Night" is one of my favorite shows!) -- she's FabKids' Creative Partner and is personally involved with style decisions. Lastly, I adore that FabKids was created by a team of parents whose aspiration is to empower young girls to express their individuality through fashion while making the shopping experience easy for busy moms like me.
|Millie in her new FabKids top -- love the flower!|
Now for the exciting part -- FabKids is generously providing 1 free outfit to a Baby Meets City reader. Hurrah! See Rafflecopter below for 3 easy ways to win:
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Disclosure: I was provided with a FabKids outfit for purposes of this review. All opinions expressed, as always, are my own.