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2020 Readers’ Choice: The 20 Best Women’s Clothing Subscription Boxes

Best Women's Fashion Subscriptions

Looking to enhance your wardrobe but not sure where to begin? Our readers voted on their favorite women’s clothing, personal styling, and clothing rental subscription boxes to help you find the one that’s best for you! Everything box on this list was chosen by our readers in our 2020 Subscription Box Awards, and include clothing for all sorts of occasions, accessories to finish off the look, shoe options, and more.

Updated 6/19/2020 to remove Oui Please. We removed them from this list due to reader feedback and concerns about shipping timelines. Updated 7/27/20 to provide new Frank And Oak links.

Most Popular Women’s Fashion Subscriptions & Personal Styling Services

These are the best subscription boxes for women’s fashion, determined by real votes from readers like you:

1. Stitch Fix, $20 stying fee

Stitch Fix women's clothes and purse

Image from our review.

The Cost: $20 styling fee (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

What Our Readers Say:

“Somehow everything always fits…even jeans! And the attention to style for each person is phenomenal. Me and my 3 sisters all use it and now so does my mom, aunt, and two teenage nieces!!!” – Jenny

“…they really go out of their way to find things that you would actually love and look fantastic in.” – Kimmy

“I get great, affordable jewelry from Stitch Fix. I’ve found some staple pieces through the service!” – Katie J.

About the Service: This tried-and-true styling service is customized just for you! Upon signing up for Stitch Fix, you’ll take an in-depth survey of your sizes, your style, and your price range preferences. You’ll choose when you’d like to receive your delivery, then your stylist will hand-pick 5 clothing and accessory items just for you. Keep what you love, return what you don’t. 

Check out all of our Stitch Fix reviews and our Stitch Fix details to learn more! Ships to the US only.

 

2. CURATEUR (Formerly Rachel Zoe Box of Style), $99.99/quarter

Box of Style with floral robe and other women's items

Image from our review.

The Cost: $99.99 per quarter. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code MSA25 to save $25 off your first box!

What Our Readers Say:

“…In my opinion it’s worth the money. Something different that gets me out of my comfort zone.” – Jillian B.

“Best quality of items for a luxury box.” – Amanda Harb

“A beautiful selection of fashion and beauty accessories.” – Nikki1313

About the Box: Are you a fan of Rachel Zoe’s style? If yes, the CURATEUR will definitely be up your alley! Each box is filled with fashionable items and accessories, plus a few beauty products and styling tools, too. This quarterly subscription promises a value of $400+ in each shipment, and you can count on feeling pampered as you unbox each curation.

Check out our CURATEUR and Rachel Zoe Box of Style reviews and CURATEUR and Rachel Zoe Box of Style spoilers to learn more! Ships to the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia.

 

3. Fabletics, $49.95/month

Marne in Fabletics Haven 2-Piece outfit

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.95/month. Sign up here!

COUPON: Get two pairs of leggings for $24 ($99 value). No coupon needed - just use this link.

What Our Readers Say:

“…the leggings really are ALL that.” – Alex

“Amazing service! I love the products.” – Meagan

About the Box: This fitness apparel company was co-founded by Kate Hudson, and it uses a VIP subscription model. So, members pay $49.95 per month to get access to special pricing (40-50% off retail) on their amazing performance fitness gear. Each month, Fabletics releases a new collection of products, patterns, and styles to choose from. Opt to shop the collection and apply your $49.95 to a new outfit (Fabletics automatically curates looks that suit your preferences and sizing), skip the month completely (in which case, you won’t be charged), or have your $49.95 saved as credit to your account for later. We’re smitten with their figure-flattering pieces (check out their plus offerings!) and great quality. Cool collections inspired by celeb partners like Kelly Rowland and Demi Lovato aren’t bad, either!

Check out our Fabletics reviews and Fabletics spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US and Australia.

 

4. Trunk Club, $25 styling fee

woman in sleek wide leg jumpsuit from trunk club

Image via Trunk Club.

The Cost: $25 styling fee (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

About the Box: Did you know Trunk Club is Nordstrom’s personal styling service? That means it’s a great source of higher-end looks for work, special occasions, and every day. Enter in your sizing and style preferences when you take their introductory survey, and a Trunk Club stylist will pick out several pieces of clothing, accessories, or even shoes from a variety of quality brands. Try everything on at home, and send back anything you don’t want to buy. Oh, and Trunk Club offers a few cool perks: use a Nordstrom credit/debit card and they’ll waive the styling fee (and price-match), and all members get to preview/edit what’s in their shipment before it heads out.

For more info, read our monthly Trunk Club reviews! Ships the continental US, Alaska, and Hawaii. 

 

5. Style Plan by Frank And Oak, $25 styling fee

Frank & Oak Style Plan box with black jumpsuit, t-shirt, mock neck shirt, and beanie.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $25 styling fee (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

COUPON: Expiring Soon! Use code FIRST40 to get $40 off + waived styling fee on your first Style Plan box!

What Our Readers Say:

“The best and most reliable service!” – Anonymous

“Great selection of products and personalized recommendations.” – Anonymous

About the Box: Style Plan by Frank And Oak is a clothing subscription box that our readers love for its use of recycled organic materials and eco-conscious clothing production methods. It’s known for its understated, stylish offerings and great basics that last. Each month stylists from Canadian brand Frank And Oak provide a selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories to choose from that fit your unique style. Once you receive the pieces you can keep what you like or return what you don’t, with the $25 styling fee only being charged if you keep nothing.

Check out all of our Style Plan by Frank And Oak women’s reviews, our men’s reviews, and spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

6. JustFab, $39.95/month

Cost: $39.95 per month (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

COUPON: Get your first look for $10! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What Our Readers Say:

“Pretty affordable and comes in a wider wide variety of sizes.” – Nomad

About the Box: JustFab is another popular membership-based subscription, where you get to decide what you’d like to buy/spend or not spend each month. Make a purchase at the beginning of the month, or log into your account and skip the month to avoid a charge. Do neither, and JustFab will charge you $39.95 and save that amount as store credit that you can use later. JustFab makes a wide variety of on-trend looks, from shoes and accessories to work clothes, casual styles, and even pieces for parties, weddings, or special occasions.

For more info, read our monthly JustFab reviews! Ships to the US and Canada.

 

7. Rocksbox, $21/month

Rocksbox displayed with three pairs of fancy earrings.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $21 per month. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code mysubaddictxoxo to get your first month free!

What Our Readers Say:

“I’ve had Rocksbox for a few years and love the choices. I’ve purchased quite a few pieces from them.” – Joss

“Such a great brand!” – Kim

About the Box: Rocksbox jewelry rental service allows you to choose the jewelry you want to receive or be surprised by a stylist’s selection. The monthly rate allows subscribers to rent from the Rocksbox collection, and the option to buy the pieces they love most at a discounted price! Add items to your wishlist and expect to see at least one in your monthly shipment of jewelry to try.

Check out our Rocksbox reviews and Rocksbox info to learn more! Ships to the US only.

 

8. Dia & Co, $20 styling fee

Cost: $20 styling fee (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

COUPON: Get the $20 styling fee waived on your first box! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What Our Readers Say:

“Best brands and highest quality.” – Maggie W.

“Love the selection, the sizes and style.” – erikalee16

About the Box: Dia & Co specializes in plus size styles for women, from workwear to jeans and dresses. They even have a separate activewear subscription for a specialized styling experience in the fitness realm. They offer tons of cute dresses, tops, jackets⁠—everything you need for a fun, well-rounded wardrobe—from a variety of brands. You can shop their site like you would a regular store, but their personal styling service is great for putting together unexpected outfits and finding the right fit for your body. Dia & Co lets you try your picks at home and return whatever you don’t plan on keeping. Your $20 styling fee goes towards what you decide to buy, and if you keep everything in the box, you’ll get 25% off.

To learn more, read our monthly Dia & Co reviews and Dia & Co info. Ships to the US.

 

9. Rent The Runway, $89 month-to-month rental fee

Marne and Megan wearing formal dresses from Rent the Runway

Image from our article.

Cost: Rent one-off pieces starting at $30 per item, rent month-to-month for $89, or rent on an unlimited basis for $159 per month. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code RTRMSA to save $100 off your 60 day trial of Rent the Runway‘s Unlimited subscription service! ($50 Off Month 1 and $50 Off Month 2).

About the Box: Rent the Runway invites you to make high-end designer styles part of your everyday life! There are multiple plans to choose from, including renting on a one-off basis (great for special occasions) or paying a flat fee to get unlimited sets of looks as often as you’d like. Items arrive in pristine condition, and Rent the Runway handles all the dry cleaning for whatever you send back. (Go ahead and return it dirty!) We love the unique, luxury brands you can get from Rent the Runway (like Kate Spade New York and Badgley Mischka) and the fact that you can rent accessories like jewelry and sunglasses, too.

To learn more, read our Rent the Runway reviews and Rent the Runway info. Ships to the US.

 

10. Le Tote, $69/month

Group Shot of 8 Le Tote Items laying flat

Image from our review.

Cost: Subscriptions start at $69 per month. Sign up here!

About the Box: Le Tote is a rental subscription offering designer-quality, stylish clothing and accessories. Each month, you’ll be sent 3 garments and 2 accessories to flaunt from their extensive collection. It’s totally your call whether you’d like to wear them together, or work them into your own wardrobe. You’re able to return and swap out items as often as you’d like—it’s all covered by the monthly fee. You can also choose to keep items that you really love for a discounted price!

Check out all of our Le Tote reviews and our Le Tote details to learn more. Ships to the continental US.

 

11. Wantable Style Edit, $20 styling fee

Stack of clothing from Wantable

Image from our review.

Cost: $20 styling fee (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

About the Box: Wantable is another reader favorite among clothing subscription boxes for women! How it works is: stylists take your sizing and style preferences and curate boxes of 5-7 items from a variety of notable and lesser-known brands to match your needs. You can try everything on at home and send back anything you’re not as into, using their free return shipping label. Your styling fee goes towards whatever you choose to keep, and if you keep everything, you get 20% off the total!

For more info, read our monthly Wantable Style Edit reviews! Ships to the US.

 

12. Switch Designer Jewelry, $29/month

Designer earrings, bracelet, and necklace from Switch

Image from our review.

The Cost: Starting at $29 per month for one piece. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code LOVEMSA to save 50% off your first month.

What Our Readers Say:

“Amazing high-end selection!” – Kc

About the Box: Ready to rock designer jewelry without the price tag? Switch is a jewelry rental service that lets you try out designer baubles at an affordable price! Subscribers get to pick their favorite pieces and try them out for as long as they want with a relatively small monthly fee. There are three tiers available, for renting one, two, or three pieces at a time. Switch also offers the option to purchase jewelry pieces at a discounted member price.

Check out all of our Switch reviews and Switch info to learn more. Ships to the US only.

 

13. Ellie Fitness, $39.95/month

Ellie December 2018 - All Products Group Shot Top

Image from our review.

The Cost: $39.95 a month for 3 items or $49.95 a month for 5 items. Sign up here!

What Our Readers Say:

“Ellie is so much fun! Great quality for the prices.” – Miztiph

About the Box: Ellie is a monthly subscription for women’s fitness and workout clothes. Once per month, you’ll choose between 3 fitness outfits, which usually include a top or jacket, sports bra, and leggings. You can also sign up to receive handy accessories for the gym and beyond as add-ons—we’ve gotten everything from hats and reflective bands to jump ropes and resistance bands!

Check out our Ellie reviews and Ellie info to learn more. Ships to the US.

 

14. Nadine West, $9.78 styling fee

Here are all the items i got in my Nadine West December 2017 clothing order

Image from our review.

Cost: $9.78 styling fee (applies to any items you decide to keep.) Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code NADINE to free shipping on your first order with our referral code!

What Our Readers Say:

“Great selection, affordable. Always something to like.” – Anonymous

About the Box: We love that Nadine West curates looks from brands that are stylish and affordable. Each shipment includes an outfit made up of 4-6 pieces, selected to suit the style preferences and sizing info you indicate when signing up. It’s not limited to clothing—you might be sent jewelry and accessories, too! Try everything on and return what you don’t love. The average cost per item is around $20, so it’s a fun way to explore your style without stressing your budget.

Read our monthly Nadine West reviews for more info. Ships to the US.

 

15. Gwynnie Bee, $49/month

The Cost: Plans start at $49.00 per month. Sign up here!

COUPON: Get 50% off your first month! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What Our Readers Say:

“The quality of the clothes is usually excellent, customer service is fantastic, there is a decent credit system to earn cash discounts, and the Outlet is amazing!” – Jennifer

About the Box: Gwynnie Bee is a clothing rental subscription for women sizes 0-32. Here’s how it works: First, you’ll browse the expansive online catalog, which includes a variety of brands, and add your favorite looks to your “closet.” Gwynnie Bee will send you up to 10 of those items (depending on your plan) to wear as long as you’d like. Wear what you receive once or over and over again⁠—whenever you’re ready for something new, use Gwynnie Bee’s free return label to ship your order back, and they’ll send along a new set. As for anything you can’t bear to part with? You can purchase it!

Check out our monthly Gwynnie Bee reviews for more info! Ships to the US.

 

16. My Fashion Crate, $20/month

my fashion crate unpacked and laid flat, incl. shoes and sunglasses

Image via My Fashion Crate.

The Cost: Plans start at $20 per month. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code MFCMSA10 to save 10% off your first box!

About the Box: My Fashion Crate is a monthly clothing subscription that sends you a new set of accessories, clothing, and more (depending on your plan) each month from a variety of brands. What makes it different from many other clothing subscriptions? Well, everything in these crates is yours to keep. What a treat!

Check out our My Fashion Crate reviews and My Fashion Crate info to learn more. Ships worldwide.

 

17. Trendsend by Evereve, $20 Styling Fee

The Cost: Trendsend has a $20 styling fee. Your card is charged $20 when your box ships (which does go towards your purchase) but aside from that you only pay for the items you keep! Sign up here!

About the Box: Trendsend is a personal styling service created by Evereve, a nationwide retailer specializing in styling moms. Each box will contain 2-3 items, including tops, bottoms, dresses, and accessories. They offer sizes 0-14.

Check out all of our Trendsend reviews to learn more. Ships to the US.

 

Our readers also recommended these fashionable lifestyle boxes, which typically include at least one apparel or accessory item in each box:

18. POPSUGAR Must Have, $79/quarter

POPSUGAR box featuring lifestyle items and a necklace.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $79 per quarter. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to get $20 off your first box!

What Our Readers Say:

“Variety! Variety! Variety!” – Evers G

“This is my go to box to keep up with the latest trends as a woman.” – Jeanette H.

“Always has a few items that I wouldn’t think about for myself.” – Missy R.

About the Box: The Must Have Box is curated by the lifestyle experts at POPSUGAR, so you know it’s going to be good—not to mention, our readers keep voting it as a fave again and again! This quarterly box sends a seasonal selection of unique beauty, fashion, food, fitness, and home products with a retail value of over $250—and you can expect to find at least one wearable item in each delivery. The variety is exciting and the quality is amazing!

Check out all of our POPSUGAR Must Have reviews and POPSUGAR Must Have spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US.

 

19. FabFitFun, $49.99/quarter

FabFitFun lifestyle box with slippers, blanket, masks, and more on display.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.99 per quarter. Sign up here!

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $10 off your first box!

What Our Readers Say:

“I loved how many items I got and loved everything!!” – CarlyG

“The value of the box is always at least 4x the cost of the subscription itself and it comes with great variety.” – Cris

“…The variety is great and it allows me to sample products I wouldn’t otherwise have found on my own. Will be a lifetime subscriber!” – Cat

About the Box: Each quarterly shipment of FabFitFun includes top on-trend picks for each season. Although it isn’t strictly a fashion box, there is a wearable item in the mix each quarter. To round out the selection, there are also beauty products, skincare, fun accessories, and new wellness products with a total retail value of $200 minimum. The curation and value are always incredible, and subscribers have access to amazing discounts through their add-on program and Edit sales several times a year (where savings often reach up to 75% off retail!).

Check out our FabFitFun reviews or read this FabFitFun info to subscribe. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

20. CAUSEBOX, $54.99/quarter

Duffel bag, makeup brushes, necklace, and other items from CAUSEBOX

Image from our review.

The Cost: $54.99 per quarter. Sign up here!

COUPON: Expiring Soon! Use code HELLOFALL to save 20% off your first box!

What Our Readers Say:

“Guilt-free goodies. Love that the contents are all ethically sourced and produced.” – jennieh

“Love the ability to shop their market, especially since the variety, quality and pricing of product offered is simply amazing.” – Shab

“A wonderful selection of items that also give back.” – TeriVanGoGo

About the Box: The quarterly CAUSEBOX is a repeat voter-favorite due to its oh-so-amazing combo of lifestyle products and give-back factor. While it’s a lifestyle subscription, there is always a wearable item in each delivery! Featuring artist designs on its exterior and $200+ worth of conscious and ethically-designed items on the inside, many of which are exclusive to this subscription, this box includes a broad mix of items from categories like cosmetics, home decor, gifts, accessories, jewelry, and more, all be guaranteed to come from socially-conscious companies who are giving back and doing more.

Check out all of our CAUSEBOX reviews and CAUSEBOX spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

That wraps up the list of 2020 Winners for Best Subscription Boxes for Women’s Fashion! What are your favorite personal styling and clothing boxes?

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Comments (37)

  1. i LOVE Stitch Fix!! All the clothes they send me are perfect, fit perfect, and I love what I get. They are reasonably priced and you pay a $20 styling fee but get that taken off your order! Then they offer you more fixes free! So far they have picked out better things for me than I could have ever done!

  2. I’ve been using StitchFix for a couple of months now. The quality of clothing is wonderful, however, they just don’t seem to understand my style. I like dark colors and a fairly “simple” style- no ruffles and flowers- however, that’s really most of what I seem to get.

    I really wish someone would create a gothic/punk/alternative clothing subscription box because I would definitely subscribe!! Or maybe there’s a hidden gem out there that the internet isn’t leading me too…

  3. I just found out about Drape Your Shape and it’s amazing ! I love how affordable and on trend the items are and, maybe most importantly, that they are curated according to your individual body type . I’ve already gotten tons of compliments on a great day to night look ! I also love that you can just purchase a single item without having to commit to an entire outfit . I subscribed to the monthly membership and have not been disappointed! I recommend trying it like I did as the first month Is free !

  4. Drape Your Shape is the best one! they are new but i have tried them all and this one is def the best bc it’s not a sub box. they put together outfit boards and have website links for you to shop for the clothes-i did the 1 month free trial and then i signed up for the yearly membership for $250 bc i love it but theres also a $30 a month membership fee. I am obsessed!

    • Are the clothes from drape my shape made by different designers? And are they offered at a discount? Thank you!

  5. I love Stitch Fix. The clothes are great quality and they fit so well. I only returned two things from my first box because I already own 5 pairs of navy pants and the necklace was nice but I didn’t think I would wear it enough. I also purchased 2 dresses and a shirt from my style for you section and love them as well. I feel like the people at Stitch Fix understand how the cut of clothes work.
    I also purchased from Thredup. I got the Goody box and was very disappointed. All 15 items are going back because nothing fit. And one shirt had a hole in it while a pair of pants had white stains.
    I also sell my clothes on Thredup. I’m not looking to make money on them; I do it to clean my closet and get a little something for it. I will agree it takes a long time to process. My first box took almost three months and the second box I sent in July won’t be processed until October.

  6. Does anyone know of something like Fabletics that is for everyday or casual business clothes? I would just love to pay $40 a month and have a new outfit arrive each month that fit my style and literally fit me. I want to own more than workout wear and I do not want to have to pick and choose from 10 items or return things. Is there a box like that for those of us who want to wardrobe build?

    • Hey Carlie, the closest thing I would recommend is Stitch Fix. I have been using them for about 5 months now to get mainly business casual clothes for work and they never disappoint.

  7. I tried Nadine West and was very disappointed. My first package had damaged items in it and I received it only 2 days before my charge date, obviously not giving me enough time to return unwanted items. I contacted customer service and they did change the date. I’m still waiting on my second package and it’s been almost 2 months from the first one despite choosing the bi-weekly option. Once again I won’t receive it before the charge date. I contacted them this morning to cancel my subscription. I checked the Better Business Bureau website only to find the company has an “F” rating.

    • Does anyone know of something like Fabletics that is for everyday or casual business clothes? I would just love to pay $40 a month and have a new outfit arrive each month that fit my style and literally fit me. I want to own more than workout wear and I do not want to have to pick and choose from 10 items or return things. Is there a box like that for those of us who want to wardrobe build?

      • Hey-I tried Drape Your Shape and they work a little differently. everything is based off your body type since all clothing doesn’t work for everyone. They have outfits they put together for you and each item in the outfit has links to the website to buy the clothes. so you can look through all the outfits and find things that is your style and you know it will work for your body since based on body shape. It’s not a box subscription-it’s kinda like a middle man-they do all the work for you. It’s super affordable and they have a free 1 month trial-clothing updated i think weekly! I love it-worth a try since free trial-

  8. I love love love stitch fix. Rarely have I ever sent anything back they are spot on. Nadine West that sub looked as if they went to the dollar store to shop. Popsugar and fab fit fun are both really good.

  9. Women love to flaunt various designer clothes everytime. They feel a positive attitude when they love the outfit that they wear on a particular occasion. It makes them feel happier when they can make their outfit look more prettier with some accessories with it. I loved the Rachel Zoe box of style a lot from the others. Thank you for sharing.

  10. I wish I could afford the Rachel Zoe Box. Even with the annual at a discount of $87.25 x4 plus taxes and shipping to Canada and exchange is well over $500.00 and supposedly you have to pay duty!

  11. I’d love to know how many votes each one got. I’ve tried a few fashion ones and resigned myself that it does not work for me. Fashion Crate the items were just too weird and/or cheap. I did not find Elizabeth & Clarke quality as promised, rentals and I will never work. I do sell through Thredup and everything said is very true. I just like the convenience and sometimes it helps me to get rid of things I should have a long time ago.

  12. No Elizabeth and Clarke? I think they are affordable for the quality with very elegant and simple designs. Great for building up a workwear wardrobe.

  13. Just read on their site that Trendsend, indeed, has a $20 styling fee. The $1 is for your first box only.

    • Thanks for the heads up, we’ll fix that!

  14. Not a subscription box per se but if you are looking for more sustainable fashion I highly recommend checking out Thredup. I’ve done several favorites boxes and have found some great items at good prices. *I’ve never sold with them before.

    • I’ve sold with ThredUp before. My opinion: It’s not a good deal for sellers. Sellers can get pennies on the dollar – and I do mean literal pennies. Under the old system I’ve made 47 cents on a shirt that sold for around $15. They have tried to address this with a new “dynamic” tiered system that now 100% commission with a timeline depending on the brand (90 days for brands they deem as better). That said, the only way a seller is getting more than 30% of the sale price is to have an item sell for over $50.

      https://www.thredup.com/bg/p/community-update-payout-system

      • I would not recommend selling with them if you need to make money, there is Poshmark for that. I just took three items of clothing (all name brand) to my local resell shop and they gave $5 per item for reference. I just like that Thredup sends me 10 secondhand items (most still with tags on) and I just keep what I want.

      • Yeah, to me I’d assume that the point of ThredUp is to have a more environmentally-conscious way for people to buy prescreened clothes – I’ve never seen it as meant to be a profitable site for sellers. To me, if you want to make money on clothes you go to Poshmark, eBay, or consigment stores and do the legwork, while sending something to ThredUp is more like taking it to Goodwill since it’s a much simpler process! Such an interesting perspective.

      • I mistakenly sent some things to Thredup to sell and I regretted it ever since. I sent my Louis Vuitton vintage bag to thredup ,which ,I may add was authentic, i dont do knock offs, copies .!I like the real deal. Dont you know Thredup wouldnt return my LV !! SERIOUSLY I was too through. Thredup claims they threw it away(sent to third party to recycle!! 😒..Yeah sure you did . They really expect me to believe that LOAD OF B*%%[email protected]#! PLEASE I WAS BORN AT NIGHT, NOT LAST NIGHT!! THREDUP IS TRASH👎👎👎. Dont do it you dont even get paid plus it taked too long . All i made was $28 and most of my items were brand name ,still with tags. Crooks thats all, Crooks..

      • Have you ever tried the realreal? I sold a Louis Vuitton bag on there a few years back and I guess because of the almost zero wear and that it was a limited edition they valued it higher than what I originally bought it for and after it was sold I got a check for $1700 and change (I cannot remember their take, but I still had the original receipt and I paid close to $1600). Even with their consignment fee getting paid more than what it was purchased for because they actually take in consideration that I probably used the bag for an hour if that and because they only made a limited amount of the particular bag (when they started using different colored leather for accent or piping with the three standard coated canvas bags). I picked the lucky color lol I guess they stopped using it. But if you haven’t used them before contact them you can say Amanda (apachecat78) referred you and sometimes they offer a deal if someone refers you I’m not sure if it’s site credit or a smaller commission amount they take from your first sale, it differs depending on the season. I’ve received A couple emails offering me a few different incentives to consign with in the last month. Plus you get a personal contact and if you decide that you want to sell your item quicker (things sell pretty quick though) you can ask them to reduce the price to the amount you’re willing to sell for. I’ve only had to use that method once and I went for half of what I would have taken, it sold the same day they lowered the price. Hope that helps!
        Thread up has probably good intentions but I absolutely understand regarding designer items that cost more than a car payment plus not returning the item is not good business practice. The realreal will give you the price quote and ask you if you want to sell or send back they send you the boxes to send your items in there’s never any shipping charges for sales at least I can’t speak on behalf of any purchases.;)

  15. I love Nuuly! Styles are completely unique and high end and their customer service is fantastic!

  16. I know some clothes have good quality and some don’t which one to choose from far as subscriptions

  17. I enjoy both Stitch Fix and Dia & Co. Right now, I’m alternating with them every other month. Maybe eventually, I will choose which one styles me the best. Right now, I can’t decide. A note about Stitch Fix’s service. I purchased a beautiful cobalt blue tee, but after only a couple of washings it began to pill and then little tiny holes appeared. I called Stitch Fix, maybe a month or two after purchase, and they were wonderful. They apologized for the bad quality and issued me a free refund, without me even sending it back for proof. Impressive!

    • I’ve had a similar experience with a rain coat – I did send photos – and they did the same, credited me and told me to donate or whatever I wanted.

  18. I love golden tote & fabletics!

  19. How is Adore Me even on this list???? Their quality sucks, regular prices are expensive, and customer support is only mediocre.

    • They are criminals. Kept charging my card for months after I cancelled and took multiple calls and emails to get them to stop. Then they wanted to give me store credit instead of a refund, and fighting for a refund also took multiple calls and follow-up calls. It was a nightmare, I’ve never experienced anything like that. I still can’t get off their spam email/promo text list either, which is enraging. Exact same thing happened to a work friend but she accepted the store credit.

  20. I’ve been a subscriber to Yoga Club for almost two years. I give Yoga Club 2 thumbs up.
    Surprised it wasn’t profiled here.
    And Daily Look wasn’t profiled either.

    • Because ‘Best of” or “Top Ten” are usually paid by the company (the sub box company in this case) to be featured as a top ten or best of in a category.

      • I would have to agree with you…. Adore Me & Nadine West???? Wow… just no… Daily Look & Trunk Club yes if one doesn’t have time to shop….

      • I loved Nadine West for the first few shipments. Then clothing I had kept started falling apart. Contacted the company and they gave me credit for the 4 items. They neglected to tell me the credits only applied to one shipment. Which was only 3 items. I was very disappointed because I did not like any of the items. So now I am out $96.00.

      • Hi Pamela,

        Sorry for any confusion. This list is based completely on MSA reader votes. No companies paid to be on this list.

  21. YogaClub, no doubt my fave!

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