PS by JustFab Clothing Box Review – December 2017
JustFab has had a monthly VIP club for years now, and I love their styles. So I was thrilled to have the opportunity to try out their brand new styling service, PS by JustFab (PS stands for Personal Stylist)!
It works like many other styling services, such as Stitch Fix, Trunk Club, and Dia & Co. You pay a styling fee and receive five pieces selected for you by your stylist. You only keep what you like and return the rest with free shipping both ways. The styling fee is deducted from any purchases you make, and if you keep everything you get 20% off the total!
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About PS by JustFab
The Box: PS by JustFab
The Cost: $20 styling fee, deducted from the cost of items you keep
The Products: Five clothing items selected for you by a stylist
Ships to: U.S. for free (both ways!)
Good to know: This is not an automatic monthly subscription. You can order a box whenever you want!
PS by JustFab December 2017 Review
When I signed up, I took a lengthy quiz to let my stylist know my size and style preferences. A few days later, I received this email alerting me that my stylist had chosen some items for me. I could just click the link and preview my package.
There are some styling services that allow you to preview your package and reject items you don’t like before they are sent to you, but this was a first. With PS by JustFab, I could keep the choices my stylist made for me, or if I didn’t like something, I could swap it with an item on my JustFab wishlist! And of course since I am a JustFab VIP, I had tons of items on my wishlist!
This is a note from my stylist, Crystal. This month’s note seems a little more like general styling advince for the season.
This is the invoice that was sent with my package, showing the cost to keep each item. My $20 styling fee is applied to anything I keep, but if I keep everything, I get a 20% discount.
Hacci Jumpsuit – Cost to Keep $44.95
Yes, I tried another jumpsuit, and this one actually does not look as bad as I thought it might. It’s a super comfortable knit fabric, and I really like the color. It’s not super flattering, but one day I will find one that is.
Removable Faux Fur Sleeve Coat – Cost to Keep $54.95
I absolutely love faux fur, but this one is a little fancy for my tastes. It’s cute, though! It has a wool look and feel but it’s a synthetic material. The cuffs are removable! Fun!
Surplice Front Knit Top – Cost to Keep $24.95
Of all the open front tops I have tried doing reviews, this is the one that seems least likely to fly open at an inopportune moment, haha! This knit top is super comfortable, too. I don’t know how flattering it is, but it certainly is stylish!
Distressed Signature Skinny Jeans – Cost to Keep $39.95
These jeans are cute, but I’m just not in love with them, and I am on jeans overload at the moment. The distressing is pretty well done, though.
Cross Back Pullover – Cost to Keep $39.95
I like this acrylic sweater! Lightweight sweaters are key to winters in the south, and this one fits the bill nicely. I also think the back is really cool looking!
The New Straight Jeans – Cost to Keep $24.95
I feel like I have tried these same jeans before. It’s something to watch out for: If you keep items on your wish list after you have already tried them, they may show up on your list again. I like these jeans, though, so I don’t mind. I am kind of burned out on skinny jeans, so straight jeans with a more relaxed fit are a nice change of pace. I think they look pretty good on, too, and I like the dark wash.
Jacquard Bomber Jacket – Cost to Keep $49.95
I have had my eye on this jacket for a while now! The print is so beautiful! It’s a little stiffer and bulkier than I had hoped, but the stitching is really nicely done.
Flutter Sleeve Shift Dress – Cost to Keep $39.95
This dress is really pretty. I love the print and the sleeves! Unfortunately, it’s a little too big and doesn’t fit me well. It also wrinkles very easily, which is an automatic deal breaker for me. It’s nearly 2018! There’s no need for a fabric that wrinkles!
The Verdict: I am really enjoying my subscription to PS by JustFab! This month was a mixture of hits and misses as usual. I liked almost everything, but I didn’t really love anything, but that’s how it goes sometimes. I did really like the sweater, though! I also think that JustFab‘s prices are very reasonable in general.
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What do you think of PS by JustFab? Have you tried them yet?