Keep your Kids Fabulous in Fab Kids – Review & Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received products  for review purposes. No other compensation was received. Though the product was free, opinions are 100% my very own. 

I have had a Fab Kids subscription box for quite some time. Mommy actually signed me up in September of 2013 and it has been one of the boxes that I don’t review as often as I should. Why? Well even though I have been a subscriber for so long I don’t always remember to log on and choose the outfit that I want. Now for those who are wondering what I’m talking about, Fab Kids is a clothing subscription service for children ages 2-12, for both boys and girls. Now unlike other subscription services you actually get to choose what you want and if you don’t, then your credit would stay on your account until you decide on what you want. Nothing is ever shipped to you as a surprise. For those like mommy who never remembers to cancel anything, if you decide that there is nothing that interests you, then you have until the 6th of every month to skip that month, and you won’t be charged. The subscription is only $29.95 which is actually a lot cheaper than most complete outfits that you can find in stores.

Mommy and I got to choose the outfit that I wanted and we decided on something that totally screams summer. We got the Summer Sweetie Outfit which comprised of the Tuscan Woven Dress and the Fab Soft Capri Leggings.

source: Fab Kids

Now you may be surprised to hear this but the quality of Fab Kids clothing is really good. The clothes are very well made and you may actually have seen me in an outfit or two lately on the blog but never realized that’s what they were. If you take a look at my Zoo Post and even that soda can post, yes those outfits are all from Fab Kids. There are quite a few more but I won’t bore you with them.

Fab Kids clothing makes the perfect play clothes and your kids can choose their outfit of choice. For once kids can get control of how they want to dress. You have the option of choosing an entire outfit or single pieces and every once in a while there are even great sales that you can take advantage of.

My dress as you can see has a beautiful Toucan print and is made of 100% cotton. It does have a cinch waist and I just love the crisscross strap detail of the back.

My dress was extremely comfortable and I’m able to jump around without feeling constricted. Their clothing isn’t tagless but mommy usually cut the tags out of my clothing anyway.

The leggings are capri style and is made of 95% cotton and 5% spandex so there is that little stretch. Mommy and I usually get outfits with the tights because they are so well made and so soft. We have washed them over and over and they stay strong. It is one of the things that we really love about Fab Kids Clothing.

So whether you’re looking for clothing for the playground, daycare, preschool or even grade school, Fab Kids has something for you. Reasonably priced and comfortable they get my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

Remember you can sign up for a subscription and get your first outfit for $15 and free shipping. That’s really a great way to give them a try.

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It’s not over! Fab Kids is offering one of Growing Up Madison readers a 1 month subscription. That way you get to choose the outfit of your choice and experience what I’ve been talking about. The giveaway is open to residents of the US and the winner will be randomly selected by PunchTab. Winner will then have 48 hours to reply to the email sent, failure to reply will mean forfeiting your prize and a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!

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