Mac & Mia November 2018 Review + $20 Credit
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Mac & Mia is cute clothing on-demand service, just for kids. Similar to Stitch Fix, you pay $20.00 and fill out a profile about your preferences. You will be assigned a stylist who you can give more information to. Sizes run from newborn to age 6 (newborn to 6T). You can take up to 5 days to make your choices before sending back your clothing in a prepaid envelope. Clothing runs around $35.00/piece, while accessories run around $12.00. If you keep 2 or more items, you $20.00 styling fee will be applied to the total. If you keep your entire box, you will get 15% off.
I really hate taking my kids clothing shopping and I am often busy to shop online, so I was excited to try this out. For my review, I filled out a profile for my 6 year old.
Mac & Mia ships in a pretty white box with little rainbow dots all over.
The box came with a return slip and bag for any clothes you don't want. Just check out on your online account, put the clothes in the bag and drop it at any at UPS location. Each box also comes with a booklet with all the items in the box.
Inside, there is a note from your stylist. There is a list of the clothes in the box, along with your purchase price.
Mayoral – Basic Slim Fit Cord Pants – 38.00 This plaid shirt just looks like fall with the orange and dark blue colors. I like that it's a button down shirt, so it can be dressed up or down.
Miki Miette – Iggy Sweatshirt – 40.00 This sweatshirt fit a bit smaller than the other items, which works because I sized up a bit. I like there are no flashy logos on the shirt and it has a cool workout vibe to it.
Egg Baby – Benny Top – 44.00 My son can wear this top with activewear or jeans. He loves the bright green color of the sleeves and it fits well.
Joules – Lachlan Checked Shirt – 45.00 I am thrilled to get another button down shirt. This one seems dressier to me and would look great under a sweater.
Miki Miette – Garrett Shirt – 38.00 This is a plain shirt but would be a great layering piece. The top looks like buttons, but they are snaps.
Egg Baby – Mason Top – 46.00 This has the same look and feel as the Benny top, but it is 2.00 more. I am not sure why the price difference, but I do think that it's a bit dressier.
Hatley – Comic Bubbles Raglan Tee – 24.00 This shirt takes me back to the days of the Batman show when the actions words popped up on the screen. This is a great shirt for any superhero.
Chaser – Rock Star Sweatshirt – 42.00 This sweatshirt is so incredibly soft. I would love to have it in my size. The sweatshirt is very soft and cozy, perfect for my little guy.
Mayoral – Basic Slim Fit Cord Pants – 38.00 I was happy to see that these pants were so well made and affordable. You can adjust the waistband, which is critical for my boys. These are great for church, or they can be dressed down for a casual look.
This is a closer look at the front of the pants.
Mayoral – Sport Knit Joggers – 24.00 My 6 year old loves pants that are easy to move and play in. These pants are comfortable and they come with pockets! Then pants come with a real drawstring, which is something I love!
Bitz Kids – Cozy Knit Pants – 37.00
Bitz Kids – Zip Up Hoodie – 43.00 My son swims and this outfit has been great to wear to and from the pool. Now that it's colder, my son has needed some activewear clothes that are warmer.
The pockets have zippered pockets, which make these a bit trendier.
Final Thought: I loved this box and so did my son. If I keep everything in the box, I will get 15% off. I love that you can try clothes on your child in your own home, then send back what you don't want. Use this link and get a $20 credit to use toward your clothing purchases. The styling fee is $20, so this is like trying the box free! Note: If you buy 2 or more items, you will get your styling fee back too!
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