Daily Look Elite Box Subscription Service Review – June 2015
Daily Look Elite Box is a styling subscription service very similar to Stitch Fix and Wantable Style Edit:
- Your stylist sends you items based on your preferences and generally range from $75-$350. Only pay for what you keep.
- Your $20 monthly styling fee applies towards items that you keep. So the service is free if you make a purchase.
- You can skip a month anytime.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Daily Look Elite Box
The Cost: $20 styling fee or the cost of whatever you keep (if you keep anything the $20 fee is deducted)
COUPON: Get a 14 Day Free Trial (no styling fee) with this link!
The Products: Clothing, shoes and accessories based on your sizes and styling preferences.
Ships to: US
When you create an account, you fill out a style profile to let your stylist know your sizes, what type of fit you like, and what looks you are going for. Here is a one of the pieces of the style profile I filled out:
So with this box I was going for more of an edgy look than a pastel classic look. Now onto the items!
Chinese Laundry Time Flies Sandals – Cost to Keep $74.95
These definitely fit the edgy vibe I was going for, but I’m really particular when it comes to sandals and need a wider strip covering the widest part of my foot. These went back!
I found these sandals for sale online too, so even if they fit perfectly, I wouldn’t have kept them at the full price cost.
The Laundry Room Croc Cut Off Shorts – Cost to Keep $49.95
I don’t know where to start with these shorts! They are seriously high cut croc print white shorts – and while I appreciate my stylist sticking to the edgy look I requested, I have neither the legs, nor the occasions to attend needed to wear these!
DAILYLOOK Ribbed Knit Cardigan – Cost to Keep $59.99
This cardigan is made with a nice lightweight fabric perfect for summer, and I think it looks so chic on the model from Daily Look:
The color was a little draining on me though, so it isn’t a keeper.
DAILYLOOK Chiffon Romper – Cost to Keep $19.95
Another item that is WAY too short for me – I like the price though!
BB Dakota Stills Sweater – Cost to Keep $89.99
This sweater has an open back slit design:
I liked it, but didn’t love it enough to justify the $90 price tag, plus I’m not looking for fall colors/pieces right now.
DAILYLOOK Sidney Crisscross Blouse – Cost to Keep $49.99
I love everything about this top – it’s a great basic I’ll wear all the time. Plus, it is lightweight and perfect for layering. Finally – a keeper!
BLQ Basic Sweatshirt Dress – Cost to Keep $79.99
I like the concept of this dress, but the material is such a thick jersey, that it adds a lot of shape. (Which I didn’t need in an already boxy silhouette!)
Verdict: I think my stylist did a good job at sending me the edgy look I requested – but turns out their version of edgy is a little too revealing for me! Since this is the very first box for me, I’m not going to hold that against them – I gave feedback on my returns, and hope that the next box still has an edgy look, but shows a little less skin!
What do you think of the Daily Look Elite Box?