Photo Credit: FabKids
Have you ever felt that, despite all the crazy-cute clothes out there for girls, that shopping for your daughter can be a lot of work when you don't have the time? Enter Christina Applegate's new clothing line, FabKids, which is a little bit like an affordable stylist for the playground set.
Here's how it works: You create a style profile for your child, answering questions about her favorite accessories, activities and animals. Then each month the site will email you a suggested three-piece outfit (like leggings, top and skirt) and you can decide whether to buy it or skip that month's offering. Clothes are available in sizes 2 to 8 (sizes 10 and 12 are coming soon) and the cost is $49.95 per month -- which you pay only if choose to keep the clothes.
Applegate says her goal is to create a line that her daughter Sadie, 18 months, will love -- and at the same time making clothes shopping a bit easier. "FabKids is all about celebrating girls and empowering them to express their individuality through their own personal style," Applegate said in a release. "And like so many working moms, I'm always short on time. I love that FabKids makes it one-click easy to get a cute, wearable outfit -- and at an affordable price!"
Now if we can just sign up for a grown-up version, we'll be all set.