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Clothing subscription services aren’t cheap, so why waste your money on a subpar box? We’ve subscribed to some pretty great clothing subscription services in the past, but these are the ones that stood out the most for quality and price.
Stitch Fix is one of the best clothing subscription services I’ve come across in a while. First of all, it’s more than just clothes. You can get shoes and accessories that help complete your outfit. Plus, what makes Stitch Fix really stand out from other clothing subscription services is that they offer sizes 0 to 24W and XS to 3XL, which makes it a fantastic choice for any body type. Stitch Fix charges you a $20 styling fee for each Fix, and your Stylist sends you pieces that you’ll love based on your Style Profile. The $20 styling fee is put toward anything you buy, and if you keep the whole box, you get 25% off.
Dia & Co is one of the few clothing subscription services that focuses solely on plus size women. I absolutely adore Dia & Co because the stylists really pay attention to what you’ll wear while avoiding garments you’ll probably hate. Like Stitch Fix, you pay a $20 styling fee, which goes toward any piece you purchase. Anything you don’t want, you send back, but if you keep the whole box, you get 25% off. If I had to pick one plus-size clothing subscription service, Dia & Co would be it.
If you love Nordstrom, then you have to check out Trunk Club. Unlike some of the other clothing subscription services on this list, your stylist puts together your Trunk and allows you to approve or change any item within 48 hours. With Trunk Club, you’ll always get access to the many great designers carried by Nordstrom. Trunk Club is also unique because it doesn’t charge you a monthly fee. You choose what you want, buy what you want, and send back what you don’t. If you don’t want anything, then you won’t pay a cent.
The Zoe Report’s Box of Style is extremely high-class. It’s an accessory-focused box that is curated by Rachel Zoe and The Zoe Report editors so you can expect a beautiful style. What we love most about this box is that it goes beyond just clothing and accessories. It isn’t uncommon to get makeup, candles, creams, and other pampering products. Unlike most clothing subscription services which are monthly or by request, Box of Style is a quarterly $99 women’s subscription box with a guaranteed value of $400 or more.
Wantable is a monthly clothing subscription box that everyone can enjoy. Rather than getting a mix of clothing, you can choose a category or “Edit” including personal everyday styling, fitness clothing, intimates, men’s fitness, and even makeup. In each Wantable box, you get five to seven curated apparel and accessories designed just for you. Like the other clothing subscription services on this list, you pay a $20 styling fee (for the everyday clothing category) and only pay for what you want to keep. Finally, Wantable has sizes XS to 3X and 0 to 24W, so it’s great for all body types.
Rental subscription boxes can be seriously hit or miss, but Gwynnie Bee was one of the first plus-size women’s clothing subscription boxes on the market. Considering they’ve been around this long, they’re definitely doing something right. The boxes range from $49 to $199 per month depending on how many items you want per box. You wear what you want, return the stuff when you want, and order another box. If you absolutely love a piece, you can purchase it for less than the retail price, meaning you never have to let it go.
I absolutely love silly socks, and Sock Panda is one of the best clothing subscription services on the market for more than one reason. First, you can get fantastic socks delivered to your door in your style. On the homepage, they have socks that show a velociraptor riding a shark while holding dynamite, but you also have the option of choosing patterns to avoid the silliness. The subscription cost varies, but a women’s sock subscription with two pairs costs $19 monthly. But the best part about Sock Panda? For every pair of socks that you buy, Sock Panda donates a pair to those in need.
Leggings are the lifeblood of some people, and I totally get that, which is why I wanted to include Enjoy Leggings on this list of the best clothing subscription services. Rather than regular black leggings, Enjoy Leggings will send you patterns that can complement any outfit. Plus, they won’t puncture and create holes like LuLaRoe leggings. Enjoy Legging’s leggings are high quality and extremely soft, so you don’t have to worry about a clothing malfunction during yoga. The subscription is $16.95 per month, and you always have the option to shop past leggings for $18.95 if you want more of the same pair.