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Trendsend by Evereve Subscription Box Review – February 2016

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Trendsend is a personal styling service created by Evereve, a nation-wide retailer specializing in styling moms.

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Trendsend brings the styling experience of Evereve’s stores to the comfort of your home based off of your personal preferences and style profile. You can choose to receive Trendsends every month, every other month, or quarterly. You can also choose to receive a Trendsend box at any time, without signing up for a subscription.

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

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

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The Subscription Box: Trendsend by Evereve

The Cost: *Trendsend recently updated their model so there is a $20 styling fee that goes towards your purchase, but will not get refunded if you choose to send everything back.* You also pay for whatever items you keep.

The Products: 2-3 outfits: each box will contain 6-8 items, including tops, bottoms, dresses, and accessories (they offer sizes 0-14).

Ships to: US + APO addresses

Check out all of our Trendsend by Evereve reviews and the Women’s Clothing Subscription Box Directory!

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Every box contains a letter from your stylist that talks about what items they sent you that month.

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I always like how the letters always feel so conversational and personal!

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Braeve Getaway Button Down – Cost to Keep: $58

I like this top – the color and print are super pretty. It’s flowy and easy to wear!

Kut from the Kloth Diana Skinny in ZEST – Cost to Keep: $89.99

“Zest” is the style of the Diana Skinny Jean, and Zest has some distressing and a paler wash, as you can see. I like these, but I already have so many Diana Skinnies (they’re my favorite – I think I have 3 pair!), and distressed jeans aren’t my fave for my own style.

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Excelsior Fringe Statement Necklace – Cost to Keep: $29.99 (found on their site for $23.99)

This necklace isn’t my typical style, but it’s cool and funky. I like it paired with this outfit!

Cloth & Stone Chambray Shirt – Cost to Keep: $69.99 (found on their site for $55.99)

I don’t own any chambray shirts, but I know many women find them to be a wardrobe staple. This one is really soft and comfortable!  I really like it (I love button downs) but I just don’t see myself wearing it enough to buy.

Braeve Indie Stripe Tank – Cost to Keep: $9.99

I can’t find this tank online, so I’m guessing it’s a piece that’s been sitting in their store for a while. My stylist was smart to send me this, though, because it’s a great price and I love how well it goes with the chambray! The combo is enough to tempt me to buy both.

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Unfortunately, the tank on its own just isn’t flattering. I would like it so much better if the straps weren’t so weirdly cut and narrow. It’s like the top goes from really narrow and small to billowy and flowy. I like the idea, not the execution.

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Free People Ventura Thermal in Oatmeal – Cost to Keep: $68

I loved this tunic when I first saw it – the fabric is really soft and comfortable but the hemline is so odd! From the front it looks like one shirt, and from the back it looks like a totally different one. The front has a rounded hemline (that goes up very high on the sides) and the back is an almost cape-like, straight, rectangular hemline. Interesting, just not my style.

Beloved Seamless Classic Jersey Tank – Cost to Keep: $28

I don’t have a photo of just this tank top on alone because it’s very supportive (aka, tight fitting). However, you can see it by clicking through the link. I love this tank top! It’s thick, supportive, and comfortable. It’s nice and long and has good stretch. I actually bought it in black a couple Trendsends ago!

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Lovestitch Tie Dye Poncho – Cost to Keep: $58

My stylist sent this poncho with the thermal tunic together, to be paired. This poncho (and ponchos in general) are not my style. I’m not a fan of tie dye, either. This is a big miss for me. I think the colors are really pretty, though.

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Because I know Chambray shirts are very versatile, I tried some alternative pairings with it! On the left, I paired it with the oatmeal thermal tunic and on the right, I’m wearing it just with the white classic tank.

Verdict: This is my least favorite Trendsend yet. They started with a bang for me, and have been one of my favorites for a while. However, the style this month just is so not me. I’m thinking about keeping the Chambray top so I don’t lose my $20 styling fee, but I’m not sure. I do have to give them props for fitting, though – everything they’ve ever sent me has always fit me very well.

Some of our readers have commented that they have been told by customer service that Evereve won’t price match for sale prices if they’re cheaper online. That’s obviously super frustrating! I haven’t had that experience, which means their policies seem a little inconsistent across the board, unfortunately. Twice, I’ve had them reassure me they’ll match to sale prices online but not for in-store sales since those sales are often isolated just for that specific shop. If you try this, I recommend that you double check prices on their online shop (not that you should have to – that does bother me) and make sure you can pay the lower price if it’s cheaper there.

What do you think about Trendsend by Evereve?

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.

3 Comments

  1. The chambray top looks great on you! I have been temped to subscribe to this, but I just can’t get past the prices. At least Stitch Fix gives 25% for purchasing the whole box which makes the prices more reasonable.

  2. I love how you show off all your options! This particular sub is a no for me. The prices are WAY too high. I think I’m tainted from years of shopping at Ross and Marshalls. I have a chambray shirt that is almost identical. Found at Ross, for $19.99. (I pair it with cami tanks, buttoning the bottom three buttons. A way to cinch the waist in a bit but cover up the baby tummy that I will apparently have…forever.)
    I so very much want to find a clothing sub, but they all seem so crazy pricey and with pricey, I want major awesomeness.

  3. If I were you, I’d keep the chambray shirt, since it looks very flattering on you.

    The tie-dye poncho, just why? Such a strange choice on the stylist’s part. I could see wearing it to a picnic, maybe, but it’s just not versatile.

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