I have been a FabKids subscriber before I became a FabKids Blogger, so when I tell you that I love their clothing I’m not kidding. I have worked with a lot of kids clothing companies and when I believe in a company you will consistently see their products on my site. One of these companies is of course FabKids. I have not only shared them with you my readers but with friends through word of mouth and by phone. So for those who are new and wondering what Fab Kids is all about let me tell you all about them. FabKids was started by a team of parents to empower kids who want to express their individuality through personalized fashions. They have also revolutionalized the shopping experience for moms by making it easy to shop for those said fashions in just one click. You get high quality and reasonably priced fashions for your little one. Your first outfit is only $15 and you can stop delivery any time you want to. It’s one of the thing I loved about FabKids.
Since this is Spring season I decided on getting outfits that not only screams Spring but would also be perfect for the summer as well. After all the weather can only get hotter. I live in Colorado where the weather is always a surprise. Think snow in the month of May and hail in the month of July. Yes it’s happened. With the flowers in full bloom and Japanese Cherry Blossoms on hundreds of trees I love the season Spring. Not such a big fan of the rain which we seem to have no end of but compared to snow, I say, Bring on the Rain!
Now the outfits that I received from FabKids were those of my own choosing. I decided on the Pink Princess outfit which you can see in the very first photo. The dress is fitted through the waist and has a flared skirt. The strap is adjustable so I can see me wearing this for a while to come. The back has an elastic stretch and makes it easy to put on and take off. I truly do feel like a princess in it and love twirling around and around and watching the ruffles flare. Your little girl would totally feel all girly in this dress. It is made of 100% cotton and is totally machine washable. Perfect for Spring and Summer weather.
Next I decided on the IKat Heart Outfit. This is a fitted tank dress that fits to right above my knees. It has three tiny buttons on the front to make for an easy opening. I have a big head so I love when I’m able to put my head through it easy. I’ve never had a problem with the fit of any of my FabKids outfits ever. The material is soft to the touch and soft against my skin. Another problem I’ve never had is an outfit that is itchy. For those who would prefer to have tagless, that’s the only problem with FabKids but you can also cut the tags out.
Now each outfit came complete with tights. I have quite a LOT of FabKids tights and they have been some of the best tights I’ve ever owned. Some of them are cropped above the ankle while others are knee length. You can actually choose with certain outfits but you can also mix and match. Another thing I love about them. I have washed my FabKids clothing over and over without fear of them not fitting after a wash and dry.
We are talking great quality clothing here! Something you may not have expected from a kid fashion subscription, especially at such a great price of only $29.95/month. Sign up today and get your first outfit for only $15 with free shipping!
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