Today, Walmart announced the partnership with Kidbox, a company providing subscription-based kids clothing. Kidbox offers premium clothes for the kids of the customers based on their subscription period. The kids will receive pre-stiched garments according to the mentioned size on a seasonal basis. Now, with the partnership between Kidbox and Walmart, All of the customers will get the option to opt for Style quiz and receive Kidbox subscription box for kids on a seasonal basis. The Walmart customers can fill out short Style quiz from Kidbox and receive four or five premium kidswear for $45 only.

The boxes from Kidbox offer multiple size options for both the genders. For girls, the box comes with size option of 0 to 14, and for boys, the box comes with size option of 0 to 16. The customers would have to select the clothing size of kids, and they would receive the same size clothes from more than 150 fashion brands. Also, the customers can choose the type of clothes they want to receive as a large variety of choices are available. Miki Berardelli, Kidbox CEO said that they are happy to partner with Walmart to provide services online.

Miki Berardelli said that Walmart had done a lot in the past to establish themselves as the big name in the fashion industry. He said that the company believes in understanding kids fashion and provide them with apparels. With this partnership, Walmart entered in the Online subscription-based kids clothing sector without building the base. With this partnership, Walmart is going to compete with Amazon Prime Wardrobe, which allows the Prime users to choose from Premium In-house clothing apparels at a discount. Walmart Kidbox shipments are the part of the “Give Back” program, in which one order of assorted clothing will ensure another set given to the people in need.