Trendsend is a personal styling service created by Evereve, a nation-wide retailer specializing in styling moms.
Trendsend brings the styling experience of Evereve’s stores to the comfort of your home based off of your personal preferences and style profile. You can choose to receive Trendsends every month, every other month, or quarterly. You can also choose to receive a Trendsend box at any time, without signing up for a subscription.
FYI – the items in my Trendsend boxes are selected for me based off of my preferences and style profile, so your boxes may look completely different!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Trendsend by Evereve
The Cost: *Trendsend recently updated their model so there is a $20 styling fee that goes towards your purchase, but will not get refunded if you choose to send everything back.* You also pay for whatever items you keep.
The Products: 2-3 outfits: each box will contain 6-8 items, including tops, bottoms, dresses, and accessories (they offer sizes 0-14).
Ships to: US + APO addresses
Every box contains a letter from your stylist that talks about what items they sent you that month.
I always like how the letters always feel so conversational and personal!
Trendsend sends 3 outfits but my stylist loaded me up with lots of tops to pair with these jeans!
Skies are Blue Patchwork Print Tank – Cost to Keep: $54
I really like the style of this top, and I like the idea of the print, but I just didn’t love the print overall. The patchwork part of it is cute but I just felt the patches were too big and drew all the attention.
7 For All Mankind Josefina Boyfriend Jeans – Cost to keep: $189
These certainly feel expensive (which is good, because they are!). They felt really soft, like they were already broken in. And, like my stylist said, the fit and fabrication of these are amazing. I liked them a lot, but I already have a pair of boyfriend jeans, and I just can’t justify spending almost $200 on jeans right now.
The fit of these is really great. I really wished these were in my price range. In her letter, my stylist said she knew price point was a priority for me, but she wanted to show me some items that she felt could be perfect for the long run/investment pieces.
Kersh Safari Shirt Jacket – Cost to Keep: $98
This jacket is great. It was light weight, soft, stretchy, and comfortable. The style and fit is very flattering. However, it just didn’t feel like a $100 jacket. I would have been happy to pay $45-60 for this, but not $100.
Allison Joy Halston Drape Slvless Top – Cost to Keep: $38
Unfortunately, I have to say the same thing about this top. This may have been my favorite thing in the box, but I just didn’t see the value for the price there. Here’s a better photo of it…
This top was so cute! I loved the soft fabric, the fit, the length, the nursing-friendly draping, the color… But it was so thin. Still wearable, but I just couldn’t see the $38 price.
Allison Joy Peony Double Plaid Cotton Shirt – Cost to Keep: $68
I loved the idea of this top, but something about the pattern or the colors just didn’t wow me. I really like the fit and the fabric was a quality weight. I also LOVE how there were buttons on the sides to adjust how it fits at my hips. I wanted to love this, but I just didn’t.
Kut from the Kloth Denim Jacket – Cost to Keep: $89
I really loved this jacket! However, I bought a white denim jacket from Stitch Fix last summer, and I really don’t need 2.
Renee C Striped Trapeze Dress – Cost to Keep: $48
This dress was great! I loved the navy & white, the stripes, and the material was a nice thick knit that as super stretchty, soft, and comfortable.
Here’s a better look at the dress!
Excelsior Coin Beaded Multi-Strand Bracelet – Cost to Keep: $20
This is the bracelet my stylist paired with the jacket and dress for me. I like it, but it’s just not my style. Plus, I’m worried about my baby grabbing it/playing with it and breaking the elastic and having little beads go everywhere…
Bobi Cross-Front Tank – Cost to Keep: $48
Again, I have to say that I LOVED this top, but I couldn’t justify the price. It felt so flattering and I loved that it was a tank that had wide enough shoulders to not show my bra straps. But it just didn’t feel like a $50 top to me.
Braeve the Naya Jogger – Cost to Keep: $68
These pants made me laugh! They’re definitely out of my comfort zone, and just not my personal style. They were crazy comfortable, though! In fact, they felt just like my new lounge pants from Wantable Intimates this month just in a different pattern!
Luna Triple Strand Horn and Point Necklace – Cost to Keep: $28
I adore this necklace. I love how it’s light and simple but still a bit of a statement piece! I like how short it is, too.
Verdict: This Trendsend was full of mixed feelings for me. Being completely honest, I really liked or loved pretty much everything! After last month’s huge miss of a box I was thrilled to see my stylist pick things that are so much closer to my style and the type of fit I really like and want. I also loved how my stylist loaded me up with tops and options to try. I love having a box packed with clothes for me. Unfortunately, I was disappointed with the prices. I understand my stylist picking some “investment”-type pieces for me to try on and consider, but it didn’t work out for me because I couldn’t see the value quality-wise, and I ended up feeling like a few items were over-priced for the quality I saw.
I’m no stranger to quality clothing, especially this price range! I’ve tried a lot of clothing boxes and have been able to gather a lot of information on what kind of prices and quality is out there, especially for the subscription box realm. These prices aren’t so different than many Stitch Fixes I’ve had, but I feel like I can (more consistently) see the quality for the price in the pieces they send (for example, $50 tops, etc).
After all that being said, I’m keeping the necklace and the dress. I really liked these pieces.
What do you think about Trendsend?