Trendsend by Evereve Subscription Box Review – June 2016
Trendsend is a personal styling service created by Evereve, a nation-wide retailer specializing in styling moms.
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 Trendsend 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 paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Trendsend by Evereve
The Cost: Trendsend recently updated their model so the $20 styling fee has now been waived! Going forward, there will only be at $1 processing fee when your order is created. You pay for whatever items you keep. Learn more here.
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
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Every box contains a letter from your stylist that talks about what items they sent you that month.
I always like how the letters always feel so conversational and personal!
Free People Cocoon Cowl Neck – Cost to Keep: $68 (on sale for $60.52)
At first I was confused about why they’d send me a sweater in July, but then I remembered I live in Michigan. There’s no such thing as completely packing away every “Fall” item from your wardrobe in the summer. The day I photographed these it was 60 degrees outside. This sweater was so cozy and I surprisingly liked the looser fit on the body. Plus the sleeves are nice and long! I think this is going to be the perfect comfy top to lounge in or run errands.
Kut from the Kloth Raw Hem Cuffed Crop – Cost to Keep: $89
I love Kut from the Kloth. I just have so many pairs of jeans! I like the distressing here, but they’re very similar to a KFTK pair of boyfriends I already own. Plus you can’t unroll the cuff and end up with straight-leg jeans.
Peyton Jensen Sherwood Striped Tank – Cost to Keep: $28 (on sale for $24.92)
Billabong Outside the Lines Cardi – Cost to Keep: $58 (on sale for $51.62)
While I really like the way this outfit looks (I’ve discovered I love this shade of green on myself), there were just a couple small things about each piece I didn’t like. The tank top was a racerback, otherwise I totally would have bought it. Why is everything in the summer racerback? Why are designers so against everyone wearing normal bras with strapless items in the summer? I don’t get it.
The sweater fit well and was very soft but it had dolman-like sleeves… They felt sort of webbed and baggy. Even when I had it on correctly it felt like it wasn’t on right. I just don’t care for dolman styles on my frame, so I sent it back.
Harriett Isles Turquoise Necklace – Cost to Keep: $38
This necklace is pretty, just not my style. I find this to be true about pretty much every necklace Trendsend sends me regardless of my style profile. I think Evereve’s selection (in general, but especially with jewelry) leans very boho.
Peyton Jensen Johnny Racerback Dress – Cost to Keep: $48
This dress is cute and comfortable! I also loved the bright pink color. Unfortunately, again, this was a racerback. I’m confident I requested no racerbacks in my style profile, but I apparently need to go through and make that clear again. Or maybe I need to just give up and invest in a racerback bra (though they’ve never felt comfortable to me, and those tricks to turn a normal bra into a racerback are even more uncomfortable).
Braeve Santa Cruz Sundress – Cost to Keep: $58
This dress is a great length and comfortable for summer but it’s just to boho for my taste. I also don’t care for spaghetti straps because of the aforementioned bra reasons.
Verdict: This Trendsend by Evereve wasn’t a bad box! I think I just need some fine tuning of my style profile (and maybe also tweak my wardrobe a bit),
I also want to note: some of the pieces were on sale on Evereve’s website. When I’ve emailed them about this difference, they’ve said they’ll give me the website price (this does not apply if you walk into a local store and see an item on sale – they don’t price match store sales). I would just suggest double-checking the website’s pricing before sending your items back to make sure that, if something is on sale, you can email or call and confirm you get the sale price.
What do you think about Trendsend?