Revive Clothing Depot Box Review + Coupon – September 2016
Revive Clothing Depot is a used clothing boutique and online consignment shop! They’ve recently released a monthly bundle/subscription – basically, you pay each month to receive credits on your account, which you can then redeem at any point in the month to pick the items you want, regardless of the items’ selling prices! You can also pick your items at any point during the month, at once or at different times.
They have 3 different subscription plans offered: The Revive Pak has 4 items per month, Revive Bundle has 8 items per month, and the Revive Crate has 15 items per month. They also have a stylist add-on where you can work with a personal shopper to choose items for you based on your style!
This package was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
This review is of the Review Bundle, $24.99 a month, 8-item package. I did not choose the stylist option this month.
The Subscription Box: Revive Clothing Depot
The Cost: the Revive Pak (4 items) is $14.99/month, the Revive Bundle (8 items) is $24.99/month, and the Revive Crate (15 items) is $34.99/month. Shipping is $5, $7, or $10, respectively.
COUPON: Use code REVIVEMSA to save 20% off and free shipping on your first month!
The Products: Gently-used to Like New clothing and accessory items. Revive has brand and condition standards for what they will accept.
Ships to: US, Canada and Mexico (Canada and Mexico shipping charges are an additional quarterly charge)
Good to know: Their website warns that this is the last month for introductory pricing!
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
These little cards were included in my package this month. The one on top has Revive’s social media information, and the one on the bottom described the different packages they have available.
This is the invoice that was included in my package this month, listing the items we chose. We selected two outfits for my husband and two for myself this month.
Abercrombie & Fitch Button-Down Top – Individual Item Cost $7.49 at Revive Depot
Average retail value for A&F Men’s Button-Down Tops – about $30
Carhartt Jeans – Individual Item Cost $9.99 at Revive Depot
Average retail value of Carhartt Jeans new – about $40
This shirt is excellent! My husband loves it! It looks great, it’s soft, and it’s in perfect condition. The jeans, on the other hand, were a miss. I’m not sure if you can tell from the picture above, but…
…they’re too short. These are excellent, super sturdy work jeans, and they would have been a huge win for us. Unfortunately, Revive Depot does not put the length of men’s pants in their listings. This was a bit of a problem for us.
Banana Republic Button-Down Top – Individual Item Cost $8.49 at Revive Depot
Average retail value for Banana Republic Men’s Button-Up Shirts – about $70
Levi’s Jeans – Individual Item Cost $9.99 at Revive Depot
Average retail value of Levi’s Men’s Jeans – about $70
This shirt is great, although my husband preferred the one above. I love the color and the textured pattern! It fit well and was in fantastic condition. The jeans, however…
We had the same problem with these jeans as we had with the previous pair. They were too short, and the length wasn’t listed on Revive’s site. Otherwise these were in great condition. At least with these jeans they could be converted into jorts (jean shorts), haha.
LL Bean Tee – Individual Item Cost $7.49 at Revive Depot
Average retail value for LL Bean Tees – about $22
This top was great and it fit fine. It was in good condition, but not like-new. To be honest, I had a bit of a disaster with my Revive experience this month, but it wasn’t all Revive’s fault by any means. I think the selection of items in my size was pretty slim to start with, and that was my biggest problem this month. I usually model everything I get these days, but the pants I wore with this top fit poorly, so I decided to just take pictures of the items on the form and table. I will totally wear this top, I’m just explaining why there’s no picture of me in it.
Talbot’s Capris – Individual Item Cost $7.99 at Revive Depot
Average retail value for Talbot’s Capri Pants – about $70
These capris are super cute, but they did not fit at all and I’m not sure why. They are my size, and they were listed correctly by Revive, so I’m guessing that either they were washed in hot water and shrank, or they are an older pair of pants from when sizes were a little smaller. I have no idea, but it’s not Revive’s fault. This is just something that happens when you buy clothes online sometimes.
Keyhole Top by Susan Lawrence – Individual Item Cost $4.49 at Revive Depot
Average retail value for Susan Lawrence Tops – I’m guessing about $30 as they are a Sears brand that seems to have gone defunct.
This top fits fine, but it looks terrible on me. If you’ve ever read one of my clothing reviews, you will notice I repeatedly talk about how I need an open neckline. A mock neck like this makes me look like I have no neck at all! I loved the pattern for fall, though, and I thought it would look great with a tan cardigan.
Bandolino Pants – Individual Item Cost $7.99 at Revive Depot
Average retail value for Bandolino Pants – about $25
I love Bandolino pants; they were one of the first plus-size brands I found and loved. This pair fits, but not well. They’re just not very flattering. As I mentioned, I did model these outfits, but when I saw the pictures I kind of wanted to cry. Again, totally not Revive’s fault, it was just bad luck, I guess.
Verdict: The big picture, if I can step back and look at it for a moment, is that my husband got two great shirts, I got one great tee, and we got potentially two other wearable items all for $22 shipped. Everything we received was in great condition, and nothing smelled weird or anything like that. I think that Revive Clothing Depot should definitely list both waist and length for mens’ pants and jeans, and that’s my only real issue with our package this month. I wish they had a better selection in my size, but I don’t know how much control they have over that. Everything else seems to have been a mistake on my part or back luck. I am very curious to see how our experience is next month when we work with a stylist. I think it might turn out a lot better. Here’s hoping! Regardless, we still received a lot of clothing at a really incredible value.
What do you think of Revive Clothing Depot? What did you get this month?