Stylogic Clothing Subscription Box Review – January 2017
Stylogic is a subscription styling service that sends five clothing and accessory items every month based on your personal style profile! You pay only for the items you keep, and your styling fee is deducted. Plus, if you keep all five items, you receive a 20% discount!
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Stylogic
The Cost: $25 styling fee, includes shipping both ways and is deducted from the cost of whatever you decide to keep
The Products: Five clothing and accessory items based on your style profile
Ships to: U.S.
Good to Know: Stylogic services women’s sizes 0-28!
Also Good to Know: Stylogic does price matching, so if you find an item for less, let them know!
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This month, I received a note from my stylist that goes into some detail about her choices for me. I like the fact that she mentions building on a piece I kept from last month!
This is the invoice that was included in my box, showing the cost of each item that I decide to keep.
When I signed up, I had to complete a style quiz to create my style profile. It included sizes, but also what kinds of looks I prefer, how I like my clothes to fit, and whether I am looking for work, event, or travel clothing. I did notice that casual was not an option. In any case, I would expect items to vary substantially from subscriber to subscriber.
Studio Ruffles and Sequins Pleat Front Blouse – Cost to keep $45
All of my pieces this month are by Eloquii, but unfortunately, I am not a fan of Eloquii. There’s no way my stylist could have known that, so I don’t hold it against her, but this blouse is a good example of why I am not a fan. It looks better on me than I expected, but it’s not my style at all.
Velvet Puff Sleeve Blouse – Cost to keep $65
I think if I was going to wear red velvet, it would probably be during the holiday season. I like the color, but again, it’s just not my style.
Double Knit Short Sleeve Sweater – Cost to keep $65
This is a really thick, dense mock turtleneck, so it’s pretty cozy, but it’s short sleeved. This is the kind of thing I don’t understand with Eloquii. I guess it looks okay, but I don’t like mock turtlenecks much anyway. My neck needs lengthening!
Textured Knit Sheath Dress – Cost to keep $89.90
This dress was my favorite piece this month and the only thing I really am considering keeping. But, again, I’m not really blown away by it. I love the faux leather trim! I’m just not sure about the neckline and the line above the bustline.
Faux Suede Bar Belt – Cost to keep $20
I’m not much of a belt person, and now you know why, haha! It’s a cute belt, but I just don’t wear them often. I’m also not sure I made the best styling choice here, but it was the only piece that seemed appropriate for belting.
Verdict: My second box from Stylogic was pretty much a bust for me, but I don’t really think it was my stylist’s fault. There was no way she could have known that I am not into Eloquii. I’m just kind of bummed because my first box was so great! I think my stylist really does pay attention to what I say about my tastes and style, though, so I’m sure next month will be better.
What do you think of Stylogic?