Box Upon a Time is a fantastic concept which takes some of the guess-work out of buying a present for a child. You can receive a specially chosen box of clothing for a child (either your own, or as a gift for a friend, expectant parent etc), with each piece in the box being a beautiful piece of premium children’s wear, chosen for you by a personal stylist. Box Upon a Time is a subscription service that you can receive either monthly, or quarterly, making that particular postal drop something to really look forward to.
You can subscribe to Box Upon a Time at three levels, from the Silver box which starts at £29 and offers 2-3 items worth £50-£60, which is up to 50% off recommended retail price, right up to the Platinum box which offers 3-5 items valued at £120-£170, and costs £69. The items are from new and established designers and ranges, and offer something different from the current High Street offerings.
I think Box Upon a Time is a fantastic concept, a way of treating your child to something beautiful and unusual, without the stress and strain of having to trawl numerous shops on the High Street, or scrolling through sites on the Internet. This is also a fabulous way of sending presents to new parents, or to relatives who you may live further afield from. The box comes so beautifully presented, with all the clothing protected by tissue paper, and with the lovely personal touch of a card telling you who your personal stylist was, and information about the pieces chosen, that this is a stunning gift that any parent would be happy to receive. With the service available from birth to 3 years, this is a lovely way to be able to send a regular gift to let someone know you are thinking about them – even if you are no longer able to see them each day.
To find out more about Box Upon A Time, the brands included, and how to subscribe, visit the website by clicking here.
*I received a box from Box Upon a Time in order to review the service.