Wantable Style Edit Plus Clothing Review – March 2019
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About Wantable Style Edit
The Subscription Box: Wantable Style Edit
The Cost: $20 styling fee per month, plus the cost of whatever you decide to keep. The styling fee is deducted from your purchase. You save 20% off everything if you keep the entire shipment!
The Products: 5-7 apparel items handpicked to meet your price, style, and size preferences
Ships to: U.S. only for free (both directions!)
Wantable Style Edit March 2019 Review
When I signed up for this service, I took a pretty lengthy quiz in which I indicated my price, size and style preferences. I would expect what I receive to be reflective of my tastes, and for these boxes to vary quite a bit from subscriber to subscriber. There is also a note from my stylist. It explains why she chose the items she picked for me.
This is the invoice of the items they sent me this month. On the right, it shows my cost to keep each item. The total comes to $473. If I keep everything, I get 20% off, plus I get my $20 styling fee deducted. That means a potential discount of $114.60. That’s a deep discount!
Plaid Knit Top by Guilt Trip – Cost to Keep $58
This rayon knit top is wonderful! I love it! It doesn’t exactly scream “SPRING”, but I love plaid anyway, and this dark red shade is perfect. I also really like the tiny lace trim across the bust and shoulder. The fit and cut are also good for me. This is an easy win!
Jagger Classic Bootcut Jean by Vigoss – Cost to Keep $78
I don’t know if you can tell from the picture, but I have these jeans cuffed under. Like most pants, they are too long for me. I really like the way bootcut jeans look on people with average or longer legs, but for people like myself, the flare doesn’t begin high enough to look like bootcut jeans. So, unless they have been tailored specifically for me, they generally don’t look good. These jeans and a nice rich black, and pretty much everything I have ever received from Vigoss is good quality. These are no different, but the length issue is a deal breaker.
Crewneck Brushed Jersey Top by 1.State – Cost to Keep $69
This cotton blend jersey knit top is really comfortable, and of course, I always appreciate a good slimming black! Otherwise, however, it is a bit of a miss for me. I prefer a more open neckline, and ruching has to be in exactly the right place for it to look good on me.
Washed Utility Jacket by Vigoss – Cost to Keep $88
I do really love all things camo, but I have to say, it is already starting to get hot here in Georgia. I think the time to buy jackets is over for now. This is a cotton canvas, and again, usually, everything made by Vigoss is pretty high quality. I like the stitching detail and the pockets, too.
Faux Wrap Peplum Top by Michel Studio – Cost to Keep $52
This synthetic blend top is super cute! And perfect for the beginning of spring! I love a floral on black print. I also love the big grommet on the self-tie at the waist. This top really has everything as far as I’m concerned. It’s stylish, flattering, and comfortable!
Printed Woven Mix Top by Lucky Brand – Cost to Keep $59
What a Lucky girl I am! I love almost everything I get from Lucky Brand. This is a modal blend top with chiffon flutter sleeves and yoke on the back. I absolutely love the open space on the back, it is so cooling and stylish! This is essentially my ideal top for the warmer months, which is why I have two tops in the exact style from Lucky that I bought last year. I love the print on this one, but I don’t know if I need a third identical top in yet another print…
Wide Leg Printed Jumpsuit by Michel Studio – Cost to Keep $69
I am not a fan of rompers on myself at all. This is the best of the many pictures my husband took of me, and you can still sense from the picture that I feel a little uncomfortable in it. I think I may feel more uncomfortable about the spaghetti straps, though, than the romper itself. The romper is actually kind of cute! It’s a knit blend with a faux swing top built in. I do like the print a lot, and it’s comfortable. And as rompers go, it doesn’t look bad on me. I don’t like the straps, though. I feel like I would need a top layer, and I try to avoid top layers in the warmer months.
The Verdict: I really love my Wantable Style Edit! This month was a mixture of hits and misses, which is to be expected, but I love the plaid top and the peplum top! I feel like, in terms of cost and value, Wantable sends a good mix of inexpensive and pricier pieces. I also love that they send seven pieces! It’s so fun!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Wantable curates its boxes based on each individual’s preferences as well as what’s available. What you get might not be the same as what I got, but you also might get something that fits your style and body even better than the looks above! Sign up and see what they choose for you!
Value Breakdown: This box cost $20.00 with free shipping and returns. The total retail value of the items inside was $473.00. The cost of each item is listed alongside it above, but if I choose to keep at least 5 items, I get a 20% discount. The $20.00 cost of the box would also be applied to the purchase, meaning I’d end up spending $358.40 for the whole box. Ultimately, that’s a savings of about 24%. The average price per piece is $67.57.
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