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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!

Check out all of our Stylogic Reviews and the Women’s Clothing Subscription Box Directory and Plus Clothing Subscription Box Directory!

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

Posted in Clothing & Fashion Subscription Boxes, Plus Size Clothing Subscriptions, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: Stylogic | 35 comments

Comments (35)

  1. I know my opinion is a mute point now, as you have sent all these items back at this point. I still like that you are doing the reviews and wanted to give some feedback.

    I think the dress is very flattering on you with the belt. With some shapewear and nice pair of heels to elongate your legs, hair up and some dangling silver earrings, that outfit would be HOT!
    While I like the black top with the sequins, it is certainly a style preference for a select few. It is not meant for wearing with jeggings for sure.
    The red velvety blouse is beautiful. I could see that styled in many different ways. It would be great dressed up with a faux leather skirt or dressed down with some dark wash jeans and nice boot with a heel.
    The short sleeved sweater is so versatile, it can function in a wardrobe very well if put with the right items. However, the sleeves are too long on you.
    I offer this input because I look at myself with so much criticism when I get these subscription boxes. I chose to have someone else pick items that I normally would not even consider. I find myself surprised with what I end up keeping, because the items are very flattering and can be styled so many different ways!

  2. The mock turtleneck looks great on you! I also think the red blouse looks really pretty too,but it’s a shame it’s velvet. Why would they send e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g from Eloquii???

    • Thanks Katie! And ??? 🙂

  3. I love everything in you but the dress. Cute tops on you.

    • Thanks Caligirl!

  4. I just wanted to update you on some of your information. I just received my first Stylogic box and it was horrible. Most of my items were from Torrid, which I have at the mall in town, and were higher than the Torrid website. I emailed Stylogic to see if they would price match one of the items, and they emailed me back and said they do not price match. Not a keeper.

  5. I think the collar shirt can pair with the sleeveless dress.

  6. Wow, I have to agree with a lot of folks, the Eloquii stuff looks very flattering on you. The mock turtle neck is actually neck lengthening on you and really looks great. These pieces I really like on you. So very flattering, you look awesome! (Even the quirky sequin middle shirt is good on you!)

    • Thanks Dawn!

  7. That red color looks fabulous on you but the style is not great. I’m a fan of black and grey but the colors of those pieces just look drab. You are a pretty woman, those clothes are hiding your beauty.

    • Thanks TK!

  8. I really like the short sleeve sweater! The lighter neck seam draws the eye up and the sweater hugs your chest nicely. I think the effect is flattering and slimming! 🙂

    • Thanks JacLyn!

  9. You look fantastic in everything! I’ve never seen a clothing review that looked better! Seriously! Everything worked!

    • Thanks Yvonne!

  10. I think the dress with the belt looks great on you and I also love the short-sleeved sweater.

    • Agreed on both counts! And the red shirt is a fantastic color on you, but probably would work better in a different style

      • Thanks y’all!

  11. I LOVE THAT MOCK TURTLENECK ON YOU!!! And I think the dress is great. The belt is really nice, too. No, probably not with that dress, but with something else. I wish the red top wasn’t velvet. 🙁 The only piece that seems like a huge miss is the first!

    • Thanks Sarah!

  12. Ugh. I really like the short sleeve mockneck, if it didn’t have that bisecting seam down the front. I hate that style…not a good look on most people. It’s the same reason I don’t like the blouse. The red shirt looks lovely on you, and Valentine’s is almost here. The dress is meh – what should be a cool dress is ruined by that horizontal line above the bust. And I am with you on the belt. I don’t wear them either. Unless you have a long torso (which I don’t), belts emphasize the mid-section in an unflattering way.

    • Agreed. 🙂

  13. Red looks so good on you but the pieces are neither trendy nor classic. I wouldn’t keep any of it.

    • Thanks Ks. Agreed.

  14. These pieces from this clothing line remind me of how plus size clothing used to be years ago, not trendy and boxy/unflattering. However, Anna, you still look wonderful regardless😊!

    • Thanks Jamie! And yes, that’s exactly how I feel about it.

  15. The red shirt – LOVE the color and the cut on you! Everything about the design is great – but I’m with you on the velvet — that being said, if it makes sense to keep it in your closet to pair with a cute skirt/slacks and jewelry for the holidays — then definitely do!

    • Thanks Julie!

  16. Love the red blouse on you!

    • Thanks Lisa!

  17. I think the red shirt, the mock turtleneck, and the sheath dress with the belt looked great!

    • Thanks Amber!

  18. The dress looked the best, but all the pieces are terribly overpriced.

  19. Every piece looked great and flattering on you. Just wanted you to know that! 🙂

    • Aww, thank you Haylee!

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