Gwynnie Bee Review + 50% Off Coupon – June 2019
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About Gwynnie Bee
The Subscription: Gwynnie Bee
The Cost: The cost depends on how many items you would like to have out at a time.
1 = $49/month
2 = $69/month
3 = $95/month
5 = $139/month
7 = $179/month
10 = $199/month
The Products: Women’s clothing rental, sizes 10-32
Ships to: US via USPS Priority Mail
Gwynnie Bee June 2019 Review
This review is of the 3 items at a time subscription from 5/21 through 6/20.
Gwynnie Bee doesn’t seem to carry too many garments by Flying Tomato, so I am always thrilled to receive a piece from them. Their designs, patterns, and color schemes are always really festive and unique! This tomato red, kimono-sleeved dress is just gorgeous! It’s fully lined and 100% polyester. I got a lot of compliments on this one!
Like many pieces from eShakti, I love the idea of this dress, but it didn’t work out that well in reality. The chiffon skirt is double-layered with a handkerchief hem, which is really fashionable, but for some reason it is an awkward length on me. I do love the pattern, though! The knit top portion of the dress should be really flattering as it is black and empire-waisted, but for some reason it is just not. I’m not sure why. All this is really just to say that I expected to like this dress on me a lot, and I was a little disappointed when I finally tried it on.
This dress is really pretty and simple. I loved wearing it! It has a very minimal navy blue attached slip underneath, and the outer layer is cotton. It was comfortable and felt good on. This is the perfect summer dress!
This dress is a spandex / poly blend, so it was very thin and lightweight, and very stretchy. I like the way it looks on me, and overall I think it’s really cute and comfortable! I feel pretty confident that I was the first person to rent this dress, and the reason I say that is because the belt was in perfect condition. This dress has a ribbon (literally) tie belt that is sewn into the back. I feel like unless it is very well cared for, the belt will age way before the dress does. Fortunately, since it is a rental, I don’t have to worry about that!
This dress is just gorgeous! I am so impressed by it! The underlayer is a simple slip, but the outer layer is all white and blue-tinged lace. I love the seaming and the shape, too. I also love the way that it looks on me. I actually did not wind up wearing this dress because I didn’t have any occasion special enough to wear it to! It’s pretty fancy!
I love dresses from City Chic; they are always such high quality. This is a lightweight 100% polyester unlined dress with a built-in elastic / drawstring waist and mid-length puff sleeves with elastic at the cuffs. I love the print, and the shade of blue is awesome because it is just a hair more vibrant than standard navy blue. The cut and length were also ideal. This was a very easy and pretty dress to wear!
This is a really pretty top for summer! It’s another polyester piece, but I just love the tiny lacy trim! The color is really vibrant and pretty, and the print is nice, too. I just wish the neckline was a little more open and interesting.
This cool cotton dress was really breezy and comfortable, and I like the bandana print a lot! The only thing I didn’t really like about it is the cut. It’s shaped kind of just like a big sack. I think it would look better on someone taller.
I love the way blue and gold look together! You don’t see it all that often, so I was excited to get to wear this dress. In addition to the nice color and print, it also has a perfectly executed sweetheart neckline. You don’t see that too often either! It also has pockets, which makes this dress almost ideal. It was also a good length for me. I enjoyed wearing this one!
The Verdict: Gwynnie Bee is so awesome! This month there were a few misses, but by and large, everything I received this month was great. I especially loved the dresses from Flying Tomato and City Chic. I love being able to wear pieces that I otherwise would not choose. It helps to push me out of my comfort zone a bit. You never know what will look good on you if you don’t get the chance to try!
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