Trendy Butler is a men’s apparel subscription. They send out quality items from both brands you know as well as up-and-coming brands. Every delivery is guaranteed to have at least $150+ in value.
If you’re not familiar with Trendy Butler, here’s how it works: You take a style quiz, and you get a box of 1-3 menswear items to keep! This is not a shopping service like Stitch Fix where you pay for whatever items you don’t send back – it’s just $65, and whatever they send is yours forever.
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The Subscription Box: Trendy Butler
The Cost: $65/month
ACTIVE DEAL: Save $15 off at sign-up!
The Products: 1-3 items of men’s apparel items, guaranteed to value at least $150
Ships to: U.S. & Canada (shipping is extra to CAN)
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ElevenParis Polo Aaron in White – Value $39 (original retail price $74)
This polo is a very comfortable fabric and has a great fit on Luke. The length is really perfect on him, although the shoulders hit at just the right place, but if it shrunk one bit they’d be too snug. The polo collar is a pretty subtle collar. The neck is pretty small buttoned all the way up – Luke had to unbutton the top just to get it over his head! (Modeled photo below)
ManMade Apparel Cartwright Henley in Heather Grey – Value $65
This is a great tee! It fits Luke like a dream. It’s really soft and I like the buttoned neckline so that it’s not a completely plain tee shirt. I also love how long it is on Luke, which can be hard to find sometimes because he’s tall.
ElevenParis Slim Chino Pants in Navy – Value $105
I love these pants! Luke needs pants like these for work, and you can never go wrong with a good pair of navy chinos. Luke definitely doesn’t wear skinny or slim pants, like, ever, but these “have enough crotch room” (Luke’s words!) so he digs them. The waistband is soft inside and comfy, and there’s a string belt at the waist, which he won’t use if we’re being honest. The quality of these pants feels great and I expect them to last a really long time.
Here’s Luke in the heather grey tee and chinos. (Sorry about the lighting – Luke got home late from work so we had to make do). Between the two shirts, this one’s my favorite on Luke. The fit is just right on him and I think it will get a lot of wear.
Here’s the polo and the chinos. I think the chinos fit great and, as I said earlier, I’m really pleased with the quality!
Verdict: This was a great Trendy Butler delivery for Luke! I’m really pleased with the fit and the quality of the items, and they’re great basics that will get a lot of wear. The value adds up to $209 which is fantastic for a $65 subscription. I’m really glad I could find each item online – sometimes that can be tricky from the brands Trendy Butler sends. The way I generally look at the subjective value of this box is: if you would spend $65 or more (the cost of the box) on the items you get, I’d count it as a win, and this month is a win for us. I love that Luke gets some high-quality wardrobe updates from Trendy Butler every month.
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