Wantable Style Edit Plus Clothing Review – April 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 April 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 he chose the items he 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 $433. If I keep everything, I get 20% off, plus I get my $20 styling fee deducted. That means a potential discount of $106.60. That’s a deep discount!
Printed Wrap Dress by DEX – Cost to Keep $70
I love the colors and print on this cotton knit dress! It’s so bright yet delicate! It also has a very flattering cut. I find wrap dresses are almost universally flattering. I like this a lot!
Printed and Tiered Shirt by Lucky Brand – Cost to Keep $59
I received this same top from Trunk Club last month, how funny! I did keep it, so I will not be keeping this one, obviously, but that also means that I really like it. It is a soft cotton blend knit and has almost a pajama top feel to it. It’s lightweight enough for spring, too. I also really like the print. Small print is always prettier on me than larger prints.
Lauren Crop Straight Leg by Kut From the Kloth – Cost to Keep $79
I have to call it: Kut From the Kloth has become my favorite brand of jeans. Just like this pair, their jeans are reasonably priced, they are always soft, and they have just the right amount of stretch. I also really like the dark, whiskered wash on these. These are keepers!
Details of the top and jeans.
Tulip Back Tee by Rebel Wilson X Angels – Cost to Keep $49
One thing I have noticed about Rebel Wilson’s line is that aside from black, their pieces go against the grain in terms of color. Teal has been a really popular color this spring, but this knit top is more of a slate blue color. I like it! I also really like the cut and the way it fits me. I am just afraid of split-back tops like this. I’m afraid I will bend forward and my whole torso will be exposed. Am I being paranoid?
Marley Mid Rise Distressed Frayed Cuff Short by Vigoss – Cost to Keep $58
These shorts are awesome! As much as I love denim from Kut, Vigoss also holds a special place in my closet. Shorts, in general, are not usually flattering on me, but living in the south there’s not really any avoiding wearing them, and I love the feel of a good pair of jean shorts. These are soft and fit like a glove. They also have the perfect amount of stretch – they have a lot of give while still providing support.
The shorts are cuffed with frayed edges.
One Shoulder Tie Sleeve Blouse by 1.State – Cost to Keep $79
I am kind of getting bored with the cold shoulder movement, but I absolutely love all the different takes on it that are appearing in fashion these days. This chiffon top is a great example! The bow on the shoulder is really pretty! I am not a huge fan of chiffon, but it is relatively comfortable and has a nice cut in this case.
Short Sleeve Printed Tee by Lucky Brand – Cost to Keep $39
This cotton tee from Lucky Brand is really unique, and I love unique pieces. I prefer a more open neckline, but the neckline on this tee is fairly open for a crew neck. It is also a good cut for my shape. The thing I love about it, though, is the print! It’s so different! I love a tribal print, and this one is just right. It has that exotic feel, but since it’s on a standard tee, it is not too over-the-top. I like this tee a lot!
The Verdict: Could it be a grand slam? It hasn’t happened in a long, long time for me, but I think it might be! Aside from my misgivings about a split back top, I really liked everything in my box this month! I want to keep it all! If it were not for the fact that I already own the Lucky Brand striped top, I would keep it all, too. Outstanding! My favorite pieces this month were the dress and the denim. Both denim pieces are excellent! Wantable Style Edit is one of my favorite boxes!
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 $433.00. 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 $326.40 for the whole box. Ultimately, that’s a savings of about 25%. The average price per piece is $61.86.
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