Important information: this jacket exists.
A few days ago, Kendrick looked over my shoulder at an email I was sending and said, “Excuse me. Are you working with a company called ROCKETS OF AWESOME?”
Why yes. Yes I am. Because sometimes the gods smile on you.
Anyway, the name of the company is an apt one, because when their product lands on your doorstep, that is exactly what you feel like has been delivered:
A rocket of awesome.
Unboxing videos are always fun, no? Here’s what was in my first delivery.
The purpose of the kids’ clothing subscription service is to make the shopping experience both personalized and easy: you fill out a profile explaining what your kids like, what kinds of stuff you’re looking for, etc (for Goldie, I was looking for some more “rugged” pieces to balance out all the pink happening in her wardrobe lately, and for Indy I was looking for comfortable school basics), and four times a year you receive a box of 12 or so curated items. You keep what you like (each piece hovers around $20), send back what you don’t (free shipping and no fees), and that’s it.
- Take fun quiz about your child’s personal style and needs
- Get 4 curated boxes of clothing per year with free shipping
- Keep what you want; send the rest back with no fees
- Have stylish children without scraping them off of department store floors mid-shopping-meltdown
New wardrobe, zero fuss.
Oh, except for the fuss that your children may make. I am not exaggerating when I say that this outfit went on Goldie’s body within about 20 seconds after she saw it, and was she interested in taking it off, ever? She was not.
(I’m writing this post while she naps, and she is at this very moment sleeping with her new jacket. Which I totally get, because hello: it’s awesome.)
This post was created in collaboration with Rockets Of Awesome.