Sprouting Threads Subscription Service Style and Review
Getting the mail is so much more exciting nowadays with the advent of subscription box services. Suddenly in addition to the usual spam and bills, I pick up celebrity chef designed foods, kids toys and fashions. This blog post is a review of Sprouting Threads, the latest styling service geared to kids aged 2-8.
They send you a box full of clothes hand-picked for you based on the style profile you submitted online (a fun and easy pictorial Q&A).
It gives the members options of frequency, quantity & assortment to meet your needs. The $20 styling fee can be credited toward a purchase of two or more new items – keep what you want and return the rest for free (return label is included just in case). You can opt for monthly or seasonal deliveries and can receive between 2 and 5 outfits per delivery. Prices vary depending on what is kept. Appaman, Tea and Andy & Evan are just a few of the popular boutique brands that they work with. Below is a plaid “Blue Pony Vintage” Sprouting Threads dress that we styled with a H&M fur vest, Old Navy tights and Fab Kids fringe boots.
Juliet wore this outfit to her friend’s birthday party.
The service is a great way to introduce yourself to new brands that you may be unfamiliar with. The below “Go Gently Baby” mock turtleneck dress for instance was so cute paired with a blazer, sneakers, tights and a purse already in our closet.
Juliet looked extra studious wearing this getup to school.
One of the full outfits that we chose to keep included this plaid flannel blouse and cordoroy pant set from Tea. Here you see it paired with classic boots, a Gap ear headband and gifted sunglasses and stuffed animal.
This was her on the way to the candy shop – cool and always ready to pose for momarazzi.
Today for school, she sported the comfy fuschia leggings found in our subscription box. It’s by Tooby Doo. And here it’s paired with a Jcrew coat and First Impressions Baby tee.
Her smile here perfectly replicated mine when I received this fashionable box of goodies.
The unique feature with Sprouting Threads is how sustainable of a brand they are. They promote re-using and re-cycling of clothes, something I’m also an advocate of. When your child has outgrown an item, you can return it for 20% credit toward your next package. And you can also send in your gently used kids fashions (not originally sent by Sprouting Threads) in for a possible credit to their service. For more information, visit Sprouting Threads and receive 25% off your first box with code “STELLA25.” Let me know what you think!