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FYI – Revive Clothing Depot Suspending Subscription Service

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Revive Clothing Depot has announced that they will be suspending their  subscription service on December 18th to focus on enhancements to their site and operations.  Customers with pre-paid subscription should receive an email with the options available for your remaining credits.

What do you think of this news?

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20 Comments

  1. Agree with others, web page had lots of issues, cart would not save, and variety/ quality went down since I subscribed several months ago. I have gotten a few great pieces however.

  2. Good. The website showed pretty items and trendy outfits on the picture ads. But when you go to the items they are very basic clothes. There was no way I could recreate an outfit they shown on their site with the quality of items they offered. I hope for the best.

  3. I do really like this idea of the subscription and I’ve had it for a few months. I do not mind going through pages to find items. I just hope the quality on the items are going to be better. All of the pictures on their site makes it the subscription worth it. But when you get to the selection of items it’s very basic. When they first introduced accessories, they had the picture as of the cutest items but when you actually looked at the items it was all old crusty purses. Not cute ✋🏽

  4. The first 2 months I was pleased but the last 2 months I found it difficult to find anything I liked. I ended up picking more items for my daughter than myself. I love the concept but I wasn’t impressed with the selection. Hopefully they make a great comeback.

    • I feel exactly the same. I’ve started using it for clothes for my husband and children mostly. That said, I still think it’s a pretty decent value. Kind of like goodwill shopping, which I enjoy. I have a couple months left of the six months I committed to, and then I was planning to cancel. Looks like I’ll need to hold off in that decision anyway. I will say I’ve had some quality issues, and the pictures sometimes don’t show the item’s real condition. Otherwise, I’ve been satisfied with the subscription.

  5. I too loved Revive and was bummed when they canceled the personal shopper service. So instead I would spend about an hour each month going through pages and pages of stuff to get my 8 credits worth. I didn’t mind but I would have rather had someone else do it! I had no problem with quality – Ann Taylor, Liz Claiborne, Athleta, Cynthia Rowley, Jones are just a few of the brands I found in the last couple months.

  6. I love the subscription so I hope it continues. I get 4 items and its a nice treat to add new pieces to my closet for less than $10/month.

  7. My first couple months were good, but now I can’t find anything other than walmart and Kmart brands. Even though they are ending the subs they still want to take December money and give you until the 8th to use the credits. I never get my credits until about the 16th of each month so I guess they want my money but not my business.

    • You have til the 18th

      • Thought my email said 8th but I read it fast and deleted right away. Hopefully I can find some clothes. Or maybe I’ll just get some coats and donate them.

  8. I really liked the subscription when they had the option for the personal shopper. When that was cancelled in my opinion everything went downhill

  9. I have had a great experience with this subscription and I hope it continues. I agree that the website needs to be updated but I’ve found good ways of navigating it so I don’t have much trouble finding new things to use my credits on. I have the 25 item/month subscription and while I do find it’s hard to find 25 items a month I often just shop for other people in my family if I have extras I can’t seem to use for myself. I hope they continue this subscription! I get name brand clothing almost always such as Croft & Borrow, J Crew, Express, Ann Taylor, New York & Company, etc. For $30-40/month for 25 items as long as I like 8 items I receive I consider it to be a successful pick that month. I almost always end up liking everything but 1-5 items so every month I’ve had for the past 6 months has been a huge success for me. (I wear a small/medium and 4/26 in pants)

  10. I’m one of the few (it seems) that loved them til the end! I’m paid up to receive 15 items a month until the summer though. I’m waiting on pins and needles to see what they will offer as a replacement…..

  11. I’ve had a lot of issues with the website not working so I hope in addition to the selection and customer service, they’re planning to improve that aspect of the company as well. It’s incredibly frustrating to try and add things to my wishlist and wait 5 minutes for the tab to load only to be told that there was an error. In addition to that, I found that the sizing was unreliable; obviously a lot of clothing that’s secondhand is going to have issues with shrinking and vanity sizing but if I order a 1x top, why is it fitting like a size zero?? I’ve had about 50% of the clothes fit and 50% of them immediately go in a box for donation. I wasn’t planning on resubscribing after my subscription ended so this is good timing. I really do like the idea of it, though. I wish ThredUp would do something similar as that’s my favorite online thrift store to use.

  12. Agree with everyone else – the selection went down in the past few months. Have gotten some good pants for work but other stuff was just using up credits. Was not planning on renewing so this is fine.

  13. I’ve had really good luck with about half the clothes I’ve received, but in the past few months the shipments have smelled bad and felt a little damp. Despite claiming to offer returns, I never heard back from customer service when I inquired about doing so.

    So I was not planning to resubscribe. That said, I think it has been a great value. I always am able to get something from Loft or Banana Republic that I can wear to work.

  14. I was just choosing random stuff to give away anyway- just running out credits until my sub expired. Almost nothing in my size and some seriously unstylish (like from the 80s and early 90s) clothing that was mostly not good quality to begin with. I did get a few good things towards the start (talbots jeans and some nice brands for my bf) but lately nothing much restocked and it was hard to find anything at all. I am very happy to not have to keep using up the months of my 6 month commitment.

  15. I was just choosing random stuff to give away anyway- just running out credits until my sub expired. Almost nothing in my size and some seriously unstylish (like from the 80s and early 90s) clothing that was mostly not good quality to begin with. I did get a few good things towards the start (talbots jeans and some nice brands for my bf) but lately nothing much restocked and it was hard to find anything at all. I am very happy to not have to keep using up the months of my 6 month commitment.

  16. I had been planning to cancel my subscription when it ends in February anyway. I receive 4 items/month and I thought I would be able to find things for me, my daughter and my husband. The clothes on the site are old- not old enough to be vintage, but too old to be in style. It’s also hard to search for something in particular, such as a Christmas sweater. And if you search by brand, you can’t further refine by size, etc. I think I would be better if taking my $10 a month to the local thrift store.

    • Same here Aria! I got some stuff the first month (and a dress that honestly paid for the subscription I love it so much) but after that it has just been so hard. I’m not sure how I could POSSIBLY spend all my remaining credits in 2 weeks :/ I have like 16! Guess I’ll have to buy my nieces clothing.

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