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Nadine West Subscription Box Review – February 2016

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Nadine West is a fashion subscription service that send you a new outfit every month based off of a questionnaire of your tastes and preferences, and you pay for the items you keep.

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - packaging

They send tops, scarves, and jewelry for you to try on at home, keep what you want and send back what you don’t with their pre-paid shipping label.

Since this delivery is personalized to my own preferences, my Nadine West could be completely different than anyone else’s!

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - all items

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The Subscription Box: Nadine West

The Cost: $6.50 is charged to your account when your package ships (to cover shipping) and that amount is put towards the cost of the items you keep. If you return everything, however, that amount is not refunded.

The Products: Each Pink Package will include 2-4 items. Typical combos include a shirt or scarf and a couple pieces of jewelry and other accessories.

Ships to: US

Check out all of our Nadine West reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box List!

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - info 1

Every package includes an info sheet listing your items and return instructions, as well as a prepaid shipping label.

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - info 2

One thing they changed last month is they made it easier to provide feedback: they made the feedback sections checkmark boxes instead of just a plain box meant for you to write in.

An interesting thing to note: on the top right of my info page, it says that they’ve given me a $5 credit towards this month’s delivery since I haven’t liked/kept anything in a while (even though I kept a top last month).

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - items 1

Oh So Cozy! Arm Warmer – Cost to Keep: $9.99

These are interesting. They’re labeled as “arm warmers” but I don’t know what part of my arm they’re supposed to warm. I would think an arm warmer would be like, a really long glove sort of, you know? Maybe these are supposed to go under sleeves of coats around your wrists? Honestly, these seem a lot more like they should be the kind of thing you wear at the top of your boots, but they’re too small.

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - items 2

Sparkles All Around Studs – Cost to Keep: $11.99

These are pretty! I really like the peach color – I think that’s a good shade for spring.

NADINE WEST FEB 2016 - items 3

Unlock My Heart Pendant – Cost to Keep: $22.49

This necklace is alright. It’s not quite my personal style – it feels like something I would have worn in high school, maybe.

Verdict: This month’s Nadine West was not great. It’s actually the first time I haven’t received a top, although their FAQ page says that happens when they don’t have tops in my style and size available, and I know some of our readers have definitely commented that this has happened to them (sometimes more often than not). I’m appreciative for the $5 credit, but I’m bummed they gave it to me on my least favorite one yet. If you’re looking for a fashion/accessories subscription that is a lower price point than other services out there like it (Stitch Fix, Trendsend, Trunk Club), this may be a box for you to try.

What do you think about Nadine West?

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. I have found the items that Nadine West sends out to be of a lower quality than Stitch Fix or Wantable – but I hardly ever had anything from either of those services work out, and with NW I seem to keep one thing a month most of the time. Plus at $6.50 I am less disappointed if I don’t keep something, than paying $20 or more for other services.

  2. Yes, arm warmers go under sleeves of jackets that don’t have tight closure at the wrist. It can be useful if you live in a colder climate and it gets windy a lot.

  3. What I have seen of Nadine West is just not my style (I honestly have yet to see a clothing sub outside fabletics that is! But I am weird and thrive on sale shopping like a starving kitten with a bottle of milk). But these items look like they are actually overpriced and just a little, well, weird. Arm warmers?

  4. My Nadine West has unfortunately been a big flop. I will try one more month because they switched my stylist and gave me a credit, but I don’t think I will continue after that. I am disappointed. It was a stylist service at a price point I could actually afford (the Stitch Fix clothes are just too expensive for me), but I’m not happy with the items I have received.

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