Mom Central received a Petite Parcel package in order to facilitate this review. The views expressed here are entirely our own.
Any Mom who has little ones can attest to the stress and logistical nightmare of shopping for clothes with your little tag-alongs. Not to mention being held hostage by the seasonal choices and color-schemes. (Neon is making a comeback – REALLY?!?)
The folks at Petite Parcel have a mission to make our lives easier by reducing the amount of time and stress, which comes with shopping for children’s clothing. Created by Meghan McDonough, a stylist with a degree in fashion design and production, with collaboration from her father, Thomas McDonough, they’re devised a way to bring stylish children’s clothing to your door.
With a quarterly subscription, you’ll receive a parcel containing five hand-picked outfits based on your profile. Clothing consists of the latest styles for both girls and boys 0 to 12 years of age. You have 10 days after receiving the parcel to have your kids try on the clothing and decide what you’d like to keep. Anything you don’t like can easily be shipped back (for free!) with a return UPS label included in each package.
Check out these outfits on my little cuties. I was so excited to receive such fashion-forward clothing choices from designers, some of which I never heard of before. I mentioned to my mom that Kaia looked like a hip urban 20-something in her little peplum-style skirt. Plus I wished they made Elli’s tunic and leggings (not shown) in my size!
And to make you feel even better about paying for this convenience, a portion of your subscription fee and Petite Parcel purchases goes towards the K.I.D.S. charity organization. Every $1 donated to K.I.D.S. provides $10 of brand new product to kids and families in need. Doing good at the same time!