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Our Favorites from September 2020 Clothing & Accessory Subscription Boxes

Christen Russo
ByChristen RussoOct 19, 2020 | 3 comments

Wearable Favorites

Our monthly favorites posts have been so popular, we decided to feature a monthly post highlighting our favorite clothing discoveries from women's styling services, jewelry boxes, and beyond! Here are our favorite clothing, accessory, and jewelry items from the past month:

Brandi's Favorite:

The Item: Andi Sweater Cuff Boot in Military Green

The Cost:  Retail Value $64.95, New VIP Offer $10.00 (previously on sale for $15.00) – Currently sold out!

From: JustFab

ACTIVE DEAL: Get your first pair of shoes for $10! No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why I love it: How can you ever go wrong with $15 boots? I have a pair of these sweater cuff boots in another color so I knew they would be comfortable and this military green color really intrigued me. This is a very versatile color that pairs well with anything you wear since the color seems to have varying shades in it. They look great paired with jeans or – who am I kidding – the leggings that I wear almost every day in cooler weather. The sweater cuff at the top is a cute accent that adds a tiny bit of warmth and the buckles add even more flair to them.

Read more reviews by Brandi!


Megan's Favorite:

The Item: River Rapids Earrings

The Cost: $29.00

From: JourneeBox 

Why I love it: I am always a sucker for anything obviously handmade and the clay discs hanging from these earrings are like little works of art.

Read more reviews by Megan!


Christen's Favorite:


The Item: Quarter Length Ribbed Socks in Apricot

The Cost: Retail Value $12.50/Member Price $11.50

From: Style Plan by Frank And Oak

ACTIVE DEAL: Get $35 off your first month of Style Plan!

Why I love it: These socks weren't at all the color I was expecting them to be when I added them to my Style Plan box, but I'm kind of obsessed with how bright they are. I took a leap and slid my Birks on over them for a quick run to the grocery store, and then I realized that no matter how ridiculous it may have felt at first, this is totally my autumn-during-covid-times vibe now.

Read more reviews by Christen!


Becca's Favorite:

The Item: Multiple Setting Headlamp

The Cost: N/A

From: Think Outside

Why I love it: This multi-setting headlamp was made just for the Think Outside box and is really high quality for a "kids" item. This headlamp not only features an adjustable band (that fits both my head and my children's) but the light itself is adjustable to multiple angles with different light patterns and colors. While this may not be my typical favorite wearable, I have used this contraption multiple times... and have found it specifically handy for trips to the bathroom while camping!

Read more reviews by Becca!


Naomi's Favorite:

Hat Demo for Brown Sugar Box September 2020

The Item: Izzy & Liv “Hair-N-Hustle” Satin-Lined Hat  

The Cost: Listed Value $24

From: Brown Sugar Box 

ACTIVE DEAL: Save 20% off your first box!

Why I love it: This hat is satin-lined! It works wonders keeping my edges in check. Usually, I wear any kind of headwear and BAM, frizz all around. But with this satin-lining, I can make that quick makeup-free errand run without fear of the frizz! I am also in love with the bright blue color and the bold statement, “Unapologetic,” stitched on the front.

Read more reviews by Naomi!


Jessica's Favorite:

The Item: On The Rocks Ring by Lust & Luster

The Cost: A box exclusive

From: Glow by Local Eclectic Jewelry Box Review

Why I love it: I have never been a ring wearer because it’s hard to find cute ones that don’t make my chubby fingers look like sausages (I may still be traumatized from being teased for having “sausage toes” in elementary school). I love the color of this amethyst stone, I love the sparkle that this adds to my usually minimal style, and I love that it is comfortable to wear. I haven’t had this very long, but I already have worn it more often than I have any other ring in my possession. 

Read more reviews by Jessica!


What do you think of our fashion favorites for September? And what were your favorite discoveries?

Christen Russo
Christen Russo

Hi there, I'm Christen! I've been writing with MSA since 2017. I am all sorts of things: a writer, a mother, an outdoors-lover, a low-maintenance self-carer, and general hungry person.

You'll find me collecting stationery and squirreling away stickers, riding bikes and swimming with my family, creating outfits in earth tones and flowy silhouettes that make me feel amazing, wearing big earrings, drinking beer and asking my husband to feed me harmonies to sing, taking my vitamins, living for live music, roping everyone into a craft, being human and vulnerable, and celebrating the phenomenon of being alive.

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Naomi, you look very pretty in that hat.

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The only thing about JustFab is the quality is poor. However, if you don’t have problem feet, you don’t need real snow boots, and you want something cute for a season, this company has affordable cute shoes.
I have problem feet, and I live in Montana, so I generally have to pay more for shoes (but they last a long time because they are expensive). If I didn’t have weird feet, and I lived in a temperate climate like Arizona, shoes of this quality would be just fine.

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Christen Russo

Rose— I couldn’t help but chuckle at “weird feet” even though it’s not at all funny that you can’t buy shoes easily! I am with you, though, living in Pennsylvania there are some seasons during which I can get away with trendy shoes, but for half the year it’s sturdy boots for me. I am currently working on a box review that had a few puzzling items in it, until I realized the curators live in a year-round temperate climate. Amazing how much of a difference it makes!

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