Gwynnie Bee Box Review + Free Month Coupon – February 2017
Gwynnie Bee is a clothing rental subscription service for women sizes 10-32. I have been having a lot of fun with this subscription!
Gwynnie Bee kindly invited me to try their service for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Gwynnie Bee
The Cost: The cost depends on how many items you would like to have out at a time.
1 = $49/month
2 = $69/month
3 = $95/month
5 = $139/month
7 = $179/month
10 = $199/month
LIMITED TIME DEAL FOR NEW AND CANCELED MEMBERS:
2 Days Only! Now through February 24th, new subscribers get their first month of Gwynnie Bee for free, get a free tote and free bonus outfit!
No coupon needed – but you must use this link to activate the deal.
For canceled Gwynnie Bee members – there’s another deal! Use this link to get a 30-day free trial + $10 off of your first paid month!
COUPON: Get your first month free! No coupon needed – just use this link
The Products: Women’s clothing rental, sizes 10-32
Ships to: US via USPS Priority Mail
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This review is of the 3 items at a time subscription from 1/21 through 2/20.
This top is pretty, but it’s a little too fussy for me. I’m not actually sure why I even closeted it. I guess I wanted to try something different.
This top was cute and comfortable, so I wore it. Once I had it on out in public, though, I felt a little self-conscious. I think the colors were just a bit too vibrant or something.
I know I have complained about how much I dislike Eloquii in the past, but I actually really liked this sweater. It was warm and comfortable, and I thought it looked kind of cute on me, too.
Here’s my issue with INC. I have been shopping them for years now, and this top is the perfect example of the problem I have with them. This sweater is beautiful, it’s a wonderful color, and it’s super stylish, right? It’s even kind of flattering. But if you look closely along the left side of this view of my body, you will see some unnecessary bulk. The bulk is caused by a symmetrical ruffle on the opposite side. Why is the ruffle there? On the inside? This is a top, it is meant to be worn closed. I liked this top and enjoyed wearing it, but INC always seems to add one detail on every piece that ruins it for me. Rant over, sorry!
This was my Valentine’s Day top! I liked it and thought it was stylish. It’s not my favorite color, and it was not the most flattering thing in the world, but it felt cool and interesting and appropriate for the day.
This was a really pretty, casual cardigan. I wore it to church and it was perfect. It was surprisingly warm despite being somewhat sheer.
I absolutely loved this tunic! I have had my doubts about Johnny Was for a while now, but this piece finally made it clear to me why this line is so spendy. It’s silk and hand-embroidered! It’s also super cute! I wish I had the money to spend this kind of cash on a top, but the purchase price was around $200. It’s okay, though, I was happy to have had the opportunity to wear it!
Obviously, I loved this blouse, too! It’s exactly my style and the right color scheme for me, too. It’s also comfortable and can be dressed up or down.
Verdict: I love Gwynnie Bee! This month was a first for me – a month of tops! They weren’t all winners, but there were definitely gems in there. I also love trying new things, and I love wearing something different every day.
What do you think of Gwynnie Bee?