Frank And Oak Style Plan for Women Fall Clothing Box Review + Coupon – October 2018


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Frank And Oak Style Plan is a clothing subscription box for women and men, from Canadian brand Frank And Oak. They aim to “combine classic styles, modern cuts, and innovative materials to produce style we truly get excited about.”

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This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This review is of the Frank And Oak Style Plan for Women, $25/month styling fee + free shipping plan. 

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About Frank And Oak Style Plan

The Subscription Box: Frank And Oak Style Plan

The Cost: Pay only for what you keep, and get up to 20% off of Frank And Oak’s regular prices. If you return everything you receive, you’ll be charged a $25 styling fee.

New Deal: Use this link to get your first box with no styling fee!

The Products: Three clothing items every month or every other month. Items are selected according to your size, taste, and budget preferences– and you can log in 2 days before your box ships each month to add or remove items, or skip the month entirely.

Ships to: Free shipping and returns to the US and Canada

Good To Know: When your box ships, you’re billed in full for the members-only discounted price of the items in your box, up to 20% off their retail prices. If you decide not to keep any of the items, Frank And Oak will issue a refund minus the $25 styling fee for your order.

Frank And Oak Style Plan Fall Denim Review October 2018

When you first sign up for this subscription, you fill out a quick style profile that captures your sizing preferences and your sense of style. (Choose from Casual, Classic, and Creative). Then, you can pick whether you’d like a monthly or a bi-monthly plan and set your budget for each box (under $150 or $150+).

Before your box ships, you get an email inviting you to hop in and preview your order. The page that opens up has about 12 products total on the page, and the three products set to ship in my order are at the top of the page and marked with green check marks. The plan includes three items, but you can choose more than three if you’d like. The prices are all discounted for you, so it’s a deal compared to just shopping the regular site.

You can uncheck the items they’ve picked for you if something else catches your eye. This month, I stuck with the shirt they chose for me, but I decided to try swap the other shirt and jumper out for two versions of Frank and Oak denim jeans. I’ve noticed that recently, Frank and Oak includes “Featured” styles in a section below the items curated just for you. From what I gather, the Featured pieces are new or noteworthy items that don’t fit as explicitly into whatever category you’ve picked for your plan. I’ve had luck in the past with Frank and Oak denim, so I wanted to give some of their other trend-conscious cuts a try.

frank and oak invoice

Here’s the invoice for the three pieces I ended up with, plus the return instructions. (If you didn’t know before, Frank And Oak is a Canadian company, which explains all the French you’ll see on their packaging and paperwork!)

Okay, let’s see what I got!

frank and oak top and jeans

Nina Wide-Leg Jean in Indigo, Size 30 – Retail Value $79.50, Member Price $69.50

I love the shape of these jeans, but wow do I ever need to size up! I typically wear a 10 in jeans and my waist is narrow compared to my hips, so I’ve had luck with Frank and Oak’s high-waisted styles. (I got a 30 in their Stevie jeans earlier this year and I wear that pair, like, every other day of my life, haha!) But the cut of these jeans is much narrower through the hips and waist, which I didn’t expect from jeans that fit so freely through the legs. I do think part of the issue is that these jeans are made with 100% cotton—that makes them wonderfully sturdy, but also kind of stiff right out of the box.

frank and oak raw hemmed denim

frank and oak denim waistline

frank and oak wide leg crop jeans pockets

Frank and Oak does offer these jeans in a 31, which might suit me better. I think these raw-hemmed jeans are just too tight through the hips to work for me in a 30, even if the fabric ends up relaxing a bit. Fingers crossed the 31s work better! I love the color and the 90s-ish silhouette. Plus, the denim is made with their Hydro-Less process, which reduced water wasted in manufacturing.

frank and oak light wash denim

Patti Straight Leg Jean in Medium Indigo, Size 30 – Retail Value $79.50, Member Price $69.50

Now, these jeans are COMFORTABLE. They’re 99% cotton and 1% spandex, so there’s a little stretch there, plus they feel much more worn-in/soft than other jeans I’ve tried from Frank and Oak.

frank and oak cropped raw hem jeans

frank and oak light wash jeans waist

frank and oak light wash jeans pockets

Because the jeans have a little more give to them, they aren’t quite as flattering, I don’t think. The ever-so-slightly slouchier fabric doesn’t create the same clean, smooth silhouette that other pairs have, plus the light wash doesn’t look as sleek. But that’s me being super picky. They’re pretty tremendously comfortable, and they look super cute with the ankles rolled up a few times. Definitely a new everyday jean!

frank and oak wrap top

frank and oak long shirt

Wrap Top in Navy, Size Medium – Retail Value $44.50, Member Price $39.50

Let’s talk about the top you’ve been seeing me wearing! I’m smitten with this navy number. It’s got a wrap neckline and a close-fitting silhouette that gives it a balletic quality. I untucked it in the second photo to show you where the hem lays, but I think it looks best on my body when it’s tucked into something high-waisted. It’s made from 57% cotton, 38% modal, and 5% spandex, so it’s breathable, stretchy, and soft. I hope they offer it to me in different colors in the future! I want to stock up!

Verdict: I’ll have to exchange that one pair of jeans, but I had a lot of fun experimenting with Frank and Oak’s fall denim trends this month. I love supporting a brand that prioritizes things like sustainable manufacturing practices. Even with the jeans that didn’t quite fit, I could tell that the quality was awesome. For what it’s worth, all of the items I’ve gotten so far from Frank and Oak have held up beautifully. I wear the jeans and tops all the time, and I’m not too proud to say that I’m not the most careful laundry-doer—nonetheless, everything is in tip-top shape, especially the jeans. I’m excited to start showing off my new finds!

To Wrap Up:

Can I still get this box if I sign up today? No, each box is customized based on your style plan. Under the new $25 styling fee plan, boxes ship automatically on the 1st of the month, and you can log in 2 days before shipment to add or remove items or skip the month altogether. That said, you can still follow the product links above to shop these items for yourself from their site catalog!

New Deal: Use this link to get your first box with no styling fee!

Value Breakdown: The member’s price for the three items I received this month is $178.50. At retail, the clothes I got would have cost $203.50. If I decide to return all the items, I will pay the $25 styling fee and will be refunded the remaining amount, but I can keep any one item at the discounted price and no styling fee will be charged.

Check out all of our Frank and Oak Style Plan reviews and the Women’s Clothing Subscription Box Directory and Men’s Clothing Subscription Box Directory for more clothing services!

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Do you subscribe to Frank And Oak Style Plan? What did you receive this month?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

Posted in Canadian Subscription Box Reviews, Clothing Subscription Boxes, Frank + Oak Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: frank and oak style plan | 5 comments

5 Comments

  1. That top looks amazing on you! Great color and flattering cut.

  2. I got a super similar top from Stitch Fix (same color too) this month and thought the same thing – please send me 3 other colors!

    You look great, as always, I love your reviews <3

  3. I love the shirt. I actually got one exactly like it from a Cabi party.

  4. I just can’t get on board with high water jeans. Throw back to high school I guess.

    • I can’t either, but that’s just a comfort thing for me. I think Anna looks great in them, definitely her style.

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