Target Has a New Subscription Box for Baby Clothes & We're Already Obsessed


Target is full of good ideas lately, but their newest one is about to have moms everywhere freaking the hell out. The retailer has combined everyone's love for subscription boxes with parents' obsession with their ridiculously popular Cat & Jack baby clothing line in a cool new seasonal box. Target's new subscription box will allow parents to have their kids looking stylish while minimizing the effort it takes to keep them that way -- it might just be the most genius thing ever. 

  • The subscription box is meant for newborns to 2-year-olds.

    With one box curated for girls and another box curated for boys, each one will contain "a little bit of everything" from the beloved Cat & Jack line. Target says that their designers "curated their favorite items of the season," which means every box is going to make your kid the freshest baby on the playground.

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  • The entire process is pretty simple.

    Like most subscription boxes, you sign up online through Target's website. You can select which gender-themed box you want Target to send you, make sure you get your kid's sizing right, and check out. 

    The boxes are sent out seasonally, rather than monthly, which means you won't be bombarded with crazy amounts of stuff every 30 days. And if you're still not sure about whether or not you want to commit to a year's subscription, you can pay for a one-time order that gives you a look at what to expect in each box.

  • For $40, you receive six to seven unique pieces -- and a mysterious "surprise gift" -- that haven't been made available to other Target shoppers yet.

    If your baby's growth development doesn't perfectly match up with Target's estimates, you can change the sizing of the clothes they send you as much as you need to. That means no wasting money on leggings that end up being too small for those adorably chubby baby thighs.

  • If you get a box and something doesn't work for you, there's no need to cut your losses.

    Target encourages subscribers to return items from their boxes that may be damaged or that don't fit. Whether you return them in-store or through the mail, you have an entire 365 days from the shipping date to do it. Even in mom-days, that's a long-ass time. 

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  • Unfortunately, the Cat & Jack box subscriptions are limited.

    As of right now, there are a limited number of boxes available. While there's no word from Target about whether or not they will add more boxes once the spots run out, we definitely don't expect people to pass this up -- we know we wouldn't.

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