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Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2

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Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - BOX

Le Tote is a month-to-month clothing rental subscription. When you sign up, you browse their catalog of clothing and accessories and create your “closet,” from which they select items to send to you. You keep the clothing to wear as long as you like, and you can also send back your box for a new selection of items as frequently as you like. If you love something enough to want to purchase it, you can simply hold onto it when you send the rest of that box back. Also, if you purchase your whole tote, you get one month free!

FYI – the items in my Le Tote boxes are selected for me based off of my preferences and style profile, so your boxes may look completely different!

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Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - all items

The Box:  Le Tote

The Cost: $49 a month

The Products: Unlimited designer quality clothing and accessories for rental. Each box contains 3 garments and 2 accessories. Once you get your first shipment you can ship back the items for more as many times as you like for the monthly fee. (Netflix for clothes!)

Ships to: The contiguous 48 US states only

Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - items 1

DKNYC Floral Crew Neck Top – Retail: $80, Le Tote Price: $62

I really love this top! The floral pattern is just on the front, but it’s a different material (polyester, I believe) and the rest is a sweater knit. It feels high quality and I think it’s pretty versatile. I’ll get a lot of wear out of it.

Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - items 2

MATTY M Variegated Stripe Maxi Dress – Retail: $68, Le Tote Price: $54

I liked this dress in photos more than in person – I love the flattering waist detail, but it’s so hard to find maxis long enough for me since I’m 6’ tall. I probably would have preferred a size up too, but even that wouldn’t fix the length issue, I don’t think.

Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - items 3

YUMI Jersey Pixel Dress – Retail: $93, Le Tote Price: $74

I think I need to just expect to size up for any dresses from Le Tote. I like this dress (again, I love the waist detail!) and the print, but I probably needed a size up and it was also too short for my liking.

Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - items 4

JACK Crinkle Vegan Leather Jacket – Retail: $60, Le Tote Price: $46

This jacket was pretty, but it just didn’t have the structure I like from my jackets. The leather felt (and smelled!) great, though.

Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - items 5

NOIR LUXE Cream Mini Briefcase Bag – Retail: $48, Le Tote Price: $38

This purse is really cute, and it also has a shoulder strap I forgot to photograph. It’s cream, and the leather felt really nice and quality, too.

Le Tote Subscription Box Review #2 - items 6

CAMILLA Color Buttons Statement Necklace – Retail: $46, Le Tote Price: $34

What an interesting statement necklace! I like how chunky the chain is, and I thought the fact that there were some flat circles as well as some round, bauble-like circle pieces as well was cool.

The Verdict: I’m having fun with Le Tote! In October I got 2 boxes throughout the month. My very favorite part is that I can keep the items as long as I like and wear them before deciding if I want to buy them or send them back. Sometimes it takes feeling how a piece wears before realizing that it won’t actually work for you, or that it’s itchy, or something like that. I also like that there’s no pressure of when to get it returned in the mail. Evaluating the value is a little tricky because I think the value of renting clothes and accessories is pretty subjective and different for everyone. I can see this being a great service for someone who uses a “capsule wardrobe” or someone who doesn’t like to wear the same thing twice, or even women in the process of losing weight!

(FYI – some readers mentioned on my previous Le Tote review that their clothing had a funny smell when they received it. Mine didn’t last time, and they didn’t this time, either! I just wanted to make note of that, too.)

What do you think about Le Tote?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Im confused…do you get unlimited number of totes for the $49, add long as you return the previous? I tried to sign up but it wasn’t clear on the website.

  2. Cute clothes but I can’t get over your lipstick, love it! What shade is it, I think we have a similar skin tone?

  3. Dress is nice but would’ve been a hit if it was sleeveless. Sweater is pretty but not for $62 lol.

  4. I gained a lot of weight so LeTote has been great with my fluctuating sizing. I can also rent dresses that I know I’ll only wear once anyway.

  5. That jacket is adorable!!! I personally think it looks really good on you?

  6. I have been using LeTote for about a year and I love it!! I have purchased a lot of their clothes and feel like the whole process is an amazing value! I love the idea of having new clothes all the time!

    • How does laundering work? I often wash clothes before I wear them for the first time. I assume it’s expected that you must wash the garments before returning them. Is that the case?

      • You don’t clean the clothes, you just return them. They do the cleaning, before sending the clothes out to someone else.

        Fifty dollars a month to rent a few items seems high to me. And the prices to BUY their clothes are very high for used clothing. I think you can do better at thrift shops and consignment stores, if you want discounted pre-owned clothes.

        I prefer brand new clothes, bought on sale.

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