Monday, October 26, 2015

Trunk Club for Women Review (and plea for help!)

It came!  My Trunk Club box arrived.  For those unfamiliar, Trunk Club for Women is similar to subscription clothing service Stitch Fix.  A stylist provides you with a questionnaire, and you indicate the clothing you are interested in receiving (in my case: workwear and going-out tops are what I asked for).  There were also a few questions getting at style preferences, and I indicated that I tended to wear clothing from places like Boden, J. Crew, and Anthropologie.  I also specified that I am 5'1" and get swallowed by clothing fairly easily.

Differences from Stitch Fix (from what I can gather -- I've never actually tried Stitch Fix):
-- The clothing is from Nordstrom; all familiar brands (will specify below)
-- There is no minimum purchase or styling fee.  If I wanted, I could send the whole box back and be out $0, as shipping is free.

SO.  Without further ado, here's the haul that arrived at my doorstep today!  Please, PLEASE -- would love thoughts on what to keep/send back.

[Pix uploaded much darker than on my phone; clicking the images helps somewhat and oddly they look much brighter on a PC than a Mac.  Very mysterious . . . ]  

Trouve Top $68
NYDJ Pants (Petite) $110

Madewell silk tank $85

Vince silk top $184

NYDJ Top $66

Rebecca Taylor Top $250
AG Jeans $134

Halogen Cashmere Sweater (Petite) $148

Caslon Sweater (Petite) $98

Halogen Sweater (Petite) $78
Vince Camuto Ponte Pants (Petite) $56

Same as above --
Halogen Sweater (side view)

Topshop top $65 

I'm leaning to YES on the Trouve top, the Topshop top, the Halogen greenish sweater, and all of the pants, or at least the jeans and the ponte pants.  I also really like the Rebecca Taylor top, but not $250-like it.  

Thoughts!?  Suggestions!?  Would you try this?  Are the pix too dark to see!?!??! 

[Please note - this is not a sponsored review.]