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With school starting up soon, one of the struggles I have on a daily basis with my school-aged daughter is picking out her outfit each day. It is a delicate balance between letting her style herself and making sure that her clothes are functional enough to get through the school day. This year, Stitch Fix has teamed with Gymboree to make the process a lot easier. The site, well known for effortless styling for women, has done the same for kids.
I have always loved being able to go into a Gymboree and find a complete, coordinating outfit for my girls — not only tops and bottoms, but even with the little details like hair bows and matching shoes, without much effort on my part. That was sufficient enough when my oldest was a young girl, but now that she’s older she wants to be able to pick out her own outfits. The Stitch Fix bundles are cool and stylish enough for her, and she loves that they were put together by real stylists (not Mom). Here are our favorite picks:
Mom’s choice ~
This bundle looked like something that my daughter would love to wear — the jacket/skirt combo, sparkly tights, ballet flats, and even a matching bracelet. I love that they paired jeggings with it to be able to switch it up for the colder months.
Addyson’s choice ~
Her favorite parts are the colors and the boots. All of these pieces would look great on her, and give her a few different outfit options. I love that she could pick any of them without needing my help, and still have a perfect outfit for school.
I encourage you to visit the site and see all the different bundles they have put together. They are also all on sale right now, so it’s the perfect time to get prepared for back to school!
They haven’t left out the boys either. Check out all the stylish options available:
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