Women’s Clothing Subscription Boxes
Clothing subscriptions for women are usually a little different than beauty sample programs. I love women’s clothing subscription boxes and rather than receiving a surprise box of goods to keep, you may either need to choose your items before shipping or you will have the option to ship back unwanted items and only pay for those you keep. Take a look at the best women’s clothing subscription boxes below and please share any experiences with these or others in the comments.
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Online Personal Stylist for Women
♥ LE TOTE – Discover, rent or purchase apparel and accessories items starting at just $19 per month. Use code LETOTESTYLE7 to save $10 on your first month.
♥Gwynnie Bee – This is the premier clothing subscription service for plus size women. This fashion rental service carries sizes 10 – 32. Get an unlimited wardrobe with unlimited exchanges starting at just $35 per month.
♥Wantable Style Edit – Pay a $20 Styling Fee and receive five handpicked clothing items. Keep what you like and ship the rest back. Only pay for what you keep. The $20 Styling Fee is applied towards your purchase.
Cypress and 5th – Receive one top, one bottom and one accessory or one dress and one accessory for only $74.95 per month. You choose the items from a personally styled online Dressing Room. New Dressing Rooms are made available monthly. You have 5 days to skip or request an alternate Dressing Room, but all month to shop. (Please tell them Angie Nelson sent you when signing up!)
Elizabeth & Clark –This company ships women’s blouses monthly. Choose from three subscription offerings of designer-quality shirts priced at less than $30. Price: Starting at $30 per month
Golden Tote – Golden Tote offers two sales per month; $49 (2 items) and $149 (6-7 items). With both options a Tote is created from your (1 pick with $49, 2 picks with $149) and your stylists picks. NO exchanges or returns of single items though you can return the entire Tote for a refund. Price: $49 or $149
PopBasic – This company ships “micro collections” which may include clothing and accessories. No subscription is required and there are no surprises. When you see a micro you like, you buy it. Price: $50 – $100
Stitch Fix – With this service your personal stylist will send 5 hand-picked items to you each month. Keep what you like and send the rest back. Boxes also include styling tips for each item. Price: $20 styling fee which goes towards your purchases. Items cost $65 on average. Keep all five and receive a 25% discount.
Tog & Porter – Another personal shopping experience, Tog & Porter offers not only custom outfits but also virtual styling sessions. Keep what you love. Return the rest. Price: Set your budget at $200 – $1500 per month. Your stylist will work within that budget.
StylingOn – This company is on a mission to help us build our dream closets. Fill out your profile, upload a selfie, set your shopping budget, receive hand-picked apparel items from your personal stylist. There is no stylist fee with this one, but you are charged for the full box and then receive credit for returned items. Price: Individual pieces are $50 – $200 each and chosen according to your budget
♥Wantable Intimates – This is a new subscription from Wantable offering women’s intimates. Items include socks, soft bras, hosiery, loungewear and more. Price: $36 for monthly subscribers, $40 for one-time boxes.
Sock Panda – This service ships funky socks for $11 per pair per month. Use code PANDA10 to receive 10% off.
♥Adore Me – This company offers bras, panties and lingerie. As a VIP member, get Sets for as a low as $39.95.
Women’s Shoes Subscriptions
ShoeMint – Another member of the Mint Big 4 (StyleMint, IntiMint, JewelMint, ShoeMint), this site will hand-select shoes for you monthly. Buy or skip within 5 days. Price: Starting at $79.98
JustFab – Select from stylist-picked shoes at one flat rate of $39.95.
What women’s clothing subscriptions did I miss?
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