I have heard of Graze Box and Glossy Box before now but they are not something that I have every tried. When I was ask if I would like to review a monthly box containing children’s clothing I was intrigued.

Box Upon A Time send you a selection of designer clothes each month, tailored to your personal taste, with up to 60% off. A subscription costs £49 a month and it is for children aged 0-3.

To start I filled in my personal profile to give Box Upon A Time an idea of my tastes. One of their stylists then hand picked some clothes for me.

Box-Upon-A-Time

I was a bit unsure of how they could know the types of clothing that I like and, if I was subscribing to Box Upon A Time I would want to love all of the clothes that I received.

I was a bit disappointed with the first box I received. It contained 3 items of clothing. 2 were very similar cardigans and the other was a top. I wasn’t keen on any of them. I saw this as an opportunity to review Box Upon A Time’s customer service.

I contacted them and asked if they had an exchange policy as if I had paid £49 for my box I would have been disappointed. Their e mail correspondence was friendly and they informed me that they offer an option for you to exchange your whole box which I think is a brilliant idea! It also gives you some piece of mind as if you do not like your clothing selection you have the option to exchange them.

I returned my box and I was sent another selection which I liked. One of the cardigans was the same but that was fine and they also sent a lovely t shirt and a beautiful dress.

The cardigan was a yellow hoodie from Edamame Kids. It is very soft and environmentally friendly.

Swinging-Model

The t shirt was by Emma Levine and it had a lovely palm tree design on the front. It’s perfect for summertime and holidays!

Trees

Posing

The dress was my favourite item! Again it was by Emma Levine and it is a cool summer dress with a vintage feel to it. Unfortunately it was a little short for Bob as I was sent a size too small but we still love it!

Catwalk

Beautiful-Dress

If I had bought these items at full price it would have cost me £83 so £49 provides a big saving!

Box Upon A Time is a lovely concept. Of course there are cheaper ways to buy clothes but if you want designer clothing at very reduced prices this could be the option for you.

Disclaimer: I was sent the box of clothing for the purpose of this review but all opinions and photographs are my own.

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 Posted by Charlotte on May 4, 2014 Reviews  Add comments

  4 Responses to “Box Upon A Time Review”

  1.  

    I think this is perhaps one of those ideas that seems alright on paper but in practice…I’m not a mum myself but I don’t get the whole designer baby stuff (although this could just be because I don’t do the whole designer label thing myself). Kids grow so fast why waste lots of money on expensive clothes for them?

  2.  

    I think this is perhaps one of those ideas that seems alright on paper but in practice…I’m not a mum myself but I don’t get the whole designer baby stuff (although this could just be because I don’t do the whole designer label thing myself). Kids grow so fast why waste lots of money on expensive clothes for them?

  3.  

    Im so glad its not just me that was disappointed with their box. None of the clothes actually matched, I had a size 6-12 months in with 3-6 and i was just so disappointed with the overall time it took to get the box to me (3 Months).

    xoxkissablebeautyxox

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