We’re living in an era of thinking inside the box, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Fromfresh-roasted coffee beansand pre-portioneddinner recipes, tobeauty productsand~sexytime~ gifts, there are subscription boxes for literally everythingthese days. Why should fashion be any different?
With the rise ofrunway-to-closet online retailers, it’s no surprise that more and more consumers are ditching their weekend shopping trips in favor of online destinations that bringthe latest trendsright to their front door. The problem?Many of them aren’t size inclusive.
Though it’s a problem curvy ladies know all too well, that doesn’t mean it’s okay. That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of seven plus size clothing subscription boxes that cater to curvy shoppers. Take a look below.
Sizes: 14 to 32
Average Price: $20 styling fee that’s credited toward any purchases + average of $55 per garment. If you decide to buy all 5 pieces in your box, youget a 25% discount.
WithDia&Co., you get five hand-picked pieces from a stylist who’s familiar with your “style profile.” They pay attention to your shape, style and budget whilecurating your boxfrom more than 1,000 looks.In the end, you pay only for what you love and send back the styles you don’t.
Sizes: 10 to 32
Average Price:Free for the first 30 days, but memberships range from $50/month for 1 item out at-a-time to $95/month for 3 items out at-a-time.
Gwynnie Beeis awardrobe rental servicethat provides free shipping, unlimited exchanges. If youlike what you try, keep it and you’ll pay less than retail price. It’s basically likeRent The Runway, but for curvy gals.
Sizes: 0 to 32W (XS to 3X)
Average Price: $20 styling fee that’s credited toward any purchases + average of $55 per garment. If you decide to buy all 5 pieces in your box, you get a 25% discount.
Getting your custom style box fromStitch Fixis as easy as 1,2,3 ― literally. Fill out a style profile with your size and price points, yourpersonal stylist will send you 5 hand-selected pieces to try before you buy(no subscription required), and you keep what you want and return what you don’t. Shipping is free both ways.
Sizes: 30A to 46G in bras, XS to 4X in panties
Average Price: $40/month
AdoreMeis an exclusively online lingerie brand designed by women, for women to inspire confidence for every body type and size. They offer amonthly subscription service where you can get quality lingerie setsfor discounted prices. Plus, theyoffer inclusive sizing in drop-dead-sexy styles.
Sizes: XS to 3X (0 to 24W)
Average Price: $20 styling fee + average of $50 to $100 per garment
Wantabledelivers the latest trends in 5 to 7 garments and accessories to your doorstep so youcan try before you buy. You get 5 days to try on your items before returning what you don’t want.You get billed for what you keep, but the styling fee is applied toward your final purchase.
Sizes: 0 to 28
Average Price: $25 styling fee that goes toward any purchases + cost of items you keep. If you decide to buy all 5 pieces in your box, you get a 20% discount.
Stylogicstylists handpick every order based on preferences ― and your feedback means their choices only get better with every box.They partner with popular brands to develop items exclusively for Stylogic, which means you’regetting unique styles you know you’ll love. Plus, they customize your box for your budget so you’re getting items within your price range.
Sizes: 14 to 28
Average Price: $25 styling fee that goes toward any purchases + cost of items you keep.
Plvshis an online personal styling service that caters toplus size women who demand quality, fit and sophistication from their clothes. Their pieces are at a higher price point, butthey’re quality pieces that are considered investments. Complete a style profile, including likes, dislikes and aesthetic. You’re assigned a personal stylist to interact with, who sends you a box with 5 pieces. You have 5 days to try on all of your clothes.Keep what you want, return what you don’t.
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