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Natalie Attired Subscription Box Review – November 2016

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Natalie Attired is a newer styling subscription service for women of all sizes and ages! If you’re familiar with Stitch Fix, this is very similar: they have you fill out an extensive style survey (you can even upload photos of yourself!) and then a trained stylist chooses a coordinated collection of items for you. You “try before you buy,” so you get to try on your items in your own home before deciding which items to keep or send back. You can also pick how frequently you want your deliveries.

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This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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The Subscription Box: Natalie Attired

The Cost: You only pay for what you keep! A $20 styling fee is charged when your box ships, but is then applied towards the cost of any items you keep! Free shipping and returns, and if you keep all 5 items you get 20% off the total purchase.

The Products: Each box contains 5 coordinated clothing pieces for women sizes 2 to 22, of any age!

Ships to: US

Check out the Clothing Subscription Box Directory, Plus Size Clothing Subscription Box Directory, and make sure to add Natalie Attired to your subscription list or wishlist!

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Each box includes a packing sheet with the prices listed for you. The total for everything in my first Natalie Attired box comes out to $434 but with the 20% discount, I’d actually only pay $347.40 (averages t0 $69.48/item).

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Tribal Long Duster Cardigan – Cost to keep: $149

Okay, guys. This duster cardi…. It’s awesome. I’ve been wanting a duster-length cardigan since they’re so on-trend right now. This one is a soft, thick knit that is crazy warm but doesn’t have a heavy feel to it. I also love the gray because it goes with so much of my wardrobe. I can see myself living in this all Winter.

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BeCool Burgundy Roll Tab Plaid Top – Cost to Keep: $39

I don’t own much (any?) plaid in my closet because every time I try an item it’s so hit or miss for me.  This top, however, I really love. It has a little tucked-in-looking gathering in the front, and the color is totally one of my main colors for this winter.

Kika Ponte Bootcut Pant (Long) – Cost to Keep: $98

These pants are fantastic. I think I’ll want to pair them with a different shoe, though, because the wide ankle on the booties I’m wearing here makes the bottom of the pants look funky to me. Regardless, these are so stretchy and comfortable and I was thrilled to see they were also a long style because I’m tall! They also have a nice high rise, which I love. The very top of the waistband isn’t as stretchy as the rest of the pants, so part of me was worried about pulling them over my hips but it wasn’t an issue, and it meant that they hold up and don’t fall down at all.

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The length is a little short for me, so I’ll probably wear a cami underneath just to keep it from showing my stomach when I lift my arms or anything. It also has a lower hemline in the back that offers a little more coverage, which I love.

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Kika Gabby Cardigan – Cost to Keep: $79

This cardigan is crazy comfortable, but I just don’t think the style is quite my taste. There’s a lot of material that I think might get in the way of chasing/carrying a toddler, and it just doesn’t give me the kind of silhouette I generally like. The quality is definitely there, though! I wish I could have this cardigan in a different style but same fabric.

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THML Tank Top – Cost to Keep: $69

I think this tank is my favorite item in the box! It’s so classy and flattering. The length is great, too. I can see this being chic with some black skinnies and flats or leggings with boots! It also has some stylish little details…

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Here’s a close up of the detail around the neckline. I love this!

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And here’s a look at my favorite view of the top – the back. It has a black panel on the shoulders and a pleated panel along the back. 

Verdict: All in all, I am really happy with my first Natalie Attired delivery! The first month of any styling service or clothing subscription can be so hit-or-miss as far as whether or not it actually fits your style or body well. Everything fit well in this box (although I do wish the plaid top were just a couple inches longer) and it all fits my style, save for perhaps the black cocoon cardigan. But since that’s the only thing I’m on the fence about, the 20% off you get for keeping all 5 items more than covers the cost of it so I might as well keep it to get the discount! 

Also, I’m so happy that they include styling for up to size 22! I think that’s something that’s been missing from some other styling services. I also want to add that their customer service has been great to work with, as well.

What do you think about Natalie Attired? Do you think you’ll give their service a try?

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.

12 Comments

  1. Like so many others here, I am wondering if there are any clothing subscription services featuring items at better prices. I mean, they want you to buy monthly. Most women I know might splurge once in a while, but not this much every month.

    As for the clothes, I agree that the gray tank is the best thing in the box! Worth the extra money, because you won’t see it on everyone else. The pants are pricey, but since you struggle with pant length, if you like the fit of these, they are probably worth it.

    The plaid top is nice, and the price isn’t bad. The black cocoon cardi is nice, but a little pricey and you don’t like the style anyway. It is pretty on you though. And that duster…it’s nice enough, but not at all unusual. I am sure you can find a look-alike for way less than $149.

    You look great, and it looks like this sub gets you and your color palette, and your sizes/fits all seem spot on.

    • Agreed. Like is it normal to have a budget for clothes every month? 😳

      I do SF every few months to find a cute top to add into my closet. I use Keaton Row for “splurgey” pieces because they do extra 15% off on any item you keep. But that’s it? I go to clearances and vintage stores and update my closet that way but every month at full retail prices is not gonna happen.

    • Agreed. I could never do these styling fee subscriptions because then I’d feel like I had to buy at least one high-priced thing to justify it. There needs to be a normal budget-friendly version LOL. $150 dusters are never in my budget nor $100 pants.

      And we will just pretend that the other reason styling fee/rental subscrptions wouldn’t work for me has nothing to do with the fact that I can’t even remember to return library books, much less dealing with packages.

  2. All those items look awesome on you, but I also must be very cheap because I would not pay that amount for any of those items. Over three hundred dollars for 4 pieces! Yikes!

    • I was thinking that as I looked too. Maybe I would buy that tank because it is really special, and possibly the pants because they fit her so well and she has a hard time with pant length. But the duster? I think you can find a look-alike for under 50 bucks, definitely under 100.

  3. I love the cardigan, too, Haley. You are so gorgeous!

  4. I think everything looks really good on you! Great box! I just wish it wasn’t as pricey…..I find that a lot of the times with boxes like these, the items cost around 50+ which isnt very affordable at all…..great review though!

    • I totally agree! All of these clothing subs prices are way more than I’d ever pay for any of it! If they had more reasonable prices on the items, it would be a fun sub to try though!

  5. I am apparently very cheap because there is no way I would spend that much on any of these items. Not that they are not cute but I feel like I have definitely seen similar tops for way cheaper. Try Maurices if you haven’t already because you could get 4 tops for the price of one. They always have great cardigans. Buckle is a bit more than Maurices but they still have cheaper tops than these and super cute on trend items. Both places have great quality clothing just wash on delicate and hang to dry and it will last year’s. If you like more unique then try all the boutiques you can find on Facebook. I have gotten great clothing and deals from some of those.

  6. LOVE that tank, and it looks great on you!

  7. This all looks amazing! I’m definitely going to check this box out. Stitch fix is so hit and miss, and I’ve been disappointed in the quality of their clothing. I don’t see any polyester in this mix and it is all things I can see myself wearing. Especially that tank top! Great review.

  8. I love that duster cardigan!

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