Trunk Club for Women: Your FREE Online Personal Shopper!

There’s a new kid in town, or at least in the world of fashion box services: Trunk Club for Women!


Trunk Club was originally just a service for men, but they recently teamed up with Nordstrom and now offer styling for women as well. It’s awesome because you actually have your own personal stylist at your beck and call. I also love that the brands are all from Nordstrom, and they are all from the current season so you can find them on the website right now. There is no up-charge either. You are charged the price that is on the website. Price per item can be quite high, but if you tell your stylist the price range you want to stay within, she will do her best to honor that.

In the interest of full disclosure, I am not in a working relationship with Trunk Club, but all of the links in this post are my referral link. Everyone who signs up gets a referral link to share with their friends, so you can earn credits to shop with, which is another great bonus to trying it out!

Okay, so here are all the nitty gritty details.

Trunk Club for Women

  1. An assigned personal stylist who is accessible by phone or email at any time.
  2. $25 styling fee that can be applied to anything you purchase.
  3. No minimum purchase requirement.
  4. 5 days to try on and return the products you don’t want.
  5. Free shipping both ways.
  6. $50 Trunk Club referral credits.
  7. 10 items per box including shoes, accessories, and handbags.
  8. The ability to preview the 10 items before they’re sent and remove any you don’t want. (They stylist will replace them so you still get 10 total items.)
  9. Nordstrom brands, current season, no up-charge.

I wasted no time jumping on the bandwagon. While I have plenty of time to shop and could easily take advantage of the personal styling services Nordstrom offers at my local mall, I much prefer trying on clothes in the comfort of my own home. I like that I can try things on with my own shoes and other items in my closet. Plus, it’s just fun to see what someone else will pick out for you.

After I signed up Trunk Club, I filled out a style profile, and then my stylist reached out and offered to hop on the phone to get to know me and my style and my needs. It is a MUCH more personalized approach than either LeTote or Stitch Fix. Once we chatted, she put together a collection of 10 items based on what we discussed, and then she sent me an email with a link to the website where I could preview them and remove anything I didn’t want.

I removed a few that I knew I wouldn’t like, and then I told her why so she can start learning my personal style aesthetic and my preferences. She added a few more pieces to my box to make 10 and popped it in the mail!

The price point ranges widely, just as it does at Nordstrom. You can specify a certain price point, but I wanted an assortment because I was curious to see what she would send without any cost restrictions. The cost of the products definitely will factor into what I keep and what I return, but you never know when you might find something worth splurging for, right??

Gretchen sent me an email with a tracking link when my trunk was on its way, and the day it arrived, she sent another email with some styling tips for the products I received. She encouraged me to provide feedback on what I like and what I don’t and reminded me that I have 10 days to send back whatever I don’t want. She even provided a link to schedule a UPS pickup so I don’t have to leave the house. I mean, how much EASIER can it GET?!?

I specifically told Gretchen that I’m in the market for white skinny jeans, and I’d like to add a few more fitted jackets to my wardrobe. Beyond that, I was open. I don’t wear a lot of dresses, but I’m open to trying some. And I’m looking for clothes that can transition me into spring. I’m over winter. I’ve been talking about fall and winter fashion since September 1st, and it’s time to move on to spring!

So here’s what came in my trunk.

Trunk Club for Women: What came in my first trunk!

Yesterday, I tried everything on and shared my thoughts on Snapchat, and today I want to share the photos I took when I tried everything on, and you can help me decide what to keep and what to send back because there are a few items I’m not sure of. I realize that if I’m not sure, that is probably a sure fire sign to send them right back, but… well… I am curious to get your input first.

Let’s start with the ones I’m definitely sending back.
Trunk Club for Women: What I'm Sending BackLet’s break it down.

  1. Joie Myron C Embellished Pullover $220.80 (SALE PRICE!) – This sweater is super sweet for the right person, but I don’t feel that it did anything for me. At that price, returning it is a no brainer.
  2. Ellen Tracy Belted Sheath Dress $128 – Gretchen ALMOST nailed it with this one. I love the neckline and the color and the sheath style but not super tight fit. I just can’t do belts. Maybe I should try it again now that I see how they’re tying the belt online. It came tied in a bow, so that’s what I did. I can see that it’s quite flattering, and I don’t have anything like it. The price is pretty good too. But for now, it’s a no.
  3. BLANKNYC Distressed Skinny Jeans $88 – Um, just no.
  4. Halogen Turner Slip-On Sneakers $69.95 – These slip-on sneakers are super on trend right now, and lace is another hot trend, so these blend both into once comfortable sneaker! That said, they’re going back because I can’t get into the lace trend. It’s just not me, but they ARE very comfortable!
  5. Vince Camuto Long Sweater Vest $99 – It’s just not my style. I can appreciate that it would be really great on someone else.
  6. Halogen White Chambray Shirt $68 – I didn’t love the pockets on the chest, and I’m not crazy about collared shirts, although I think this is rather flattering, and it could work into my casual wardrobe. Overall, I think it was a nice pick on Gretchen’s part, but the pockets are throwing me off.
  7. Maggy London Tie Dye Print Crepe Midi Sheath Dress $138 – The price is right, and I do like a sheath, but the length on this combined with the print and the high crewneck just didn’t work for my figure.
  8. Equipment V-Neck Cashmere Sweater $288 – This sweater is right up my alley. I love the color, the neckline, the quality of the cashmere, and the roomy fit. It is soooo soft, I didn’t want to take it off. The only reason I’m not keeping it is the price. Although the grey one is verrrry tempting. If I were going to stick with a capsule wardrobe, this is the type of piece I’d invest in, but with the rate at which I cycle things through my closet these days, I can’t justify it. *sad panda*
  9. Eileen Fisher White Skinny Jeans $178 – I did ask for white skinny jeans, but I had in mind something a bit more youthful. I have my eye on these AG The Legging Skinny Ankle Jeans — in fact, they’ve been in my shopping cart for several days, just waiting for me to pull the trigger. I was hoping for a sale, but I might have to make my move sooner rather than later.
  10. Halogen Cowl Neck Sleeveless Top $22.80 – Note, this is a sale price. It is on sale at Nordstrom, so the price is the same with Trunk Club. I had this top last year in a different pattern, and while I liked it initially, the cowl neck was too fussy and too low-cut for me, and I ended up giving it away. So this one is going back, but I think it’s super cute. Just not for me.
  11. (not pictured) Rails Isla Cutoff Denim Jacket $189 – I didn’t even put this on, lol. I don’t care for the super short cutoff hem, but it does fit the edgy vibe I like, so I think it was a good pick on Gretchen’s part.


From the entire box, I only have one definitely YES! It’s not that Gretchen didn’t do a good job. I think she did, but I’m trying to be very discerning about what I bring into my closet now that I’m honing in on my personal style.

While I don’t plan to continue the capsule wardrobe, I don’t want my closet to get out of hand again, so instead of keeping everything that I don’t hate, I’m trying to keep only what I LOVE and what I think I can’t live without. And THAT, my friends, is this Hinge Hooded Leather Jacket for $298.

MUST HAVE Jacket for Spring 2016: Hinge Hooded Leather Jacket

Even before I saw the price tag, I knew this jacket was a keeper. It’s the perfect mix of classic and edgy that I love, it fits great, it smells of genuine leather, and the burgundy color is the perfect compliment to my existing wardrobe. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!

*Happy Dance*

Because I’m keeping such a big ticket item, I’m being even MORE discerning with the maybes that I would have been otherwise. I don’t want to blow my entire spring clothing budget on my first Trunk!!


I’m open to keeping one of these. Tell me which one you think I’ll enjoy the most.


  1. Caslon Dolman Sleeve Directional Stitch Sweater $39.49 – This is another sale piece. At 50% off, it’s a steal. I love the color and the fun stitching details, and I like the dolman sleeves and 3/4 sleeve length. It will make a nice transition piece this spring, and the price is right.I don’t love it with these jeans and ballet flats, but as I was laying in bed in the wee hours of the morning, it occurred to me that it will be super cute with black leggings and brown riding boots, so I think it’s going into my KEEP caslon sweater - 1
  2. Joie Berkeley Silk Top $198 – The styling on this top is ADORABLE. I love all the details, and it’s different than anything I have. The color is gorgeous, and I think it looks good on me even though it’s not as structured as the tops I normally like. I was almost ready to splurge, but the price tag is holding me back. I’m afraid it’s something I’d wear a couple times, and then it would get pushed to the back of my closet.On the other hand, it can be worn alone and under a leather jacket, so it has some potential to be versatile. But the price…. yikes! Would you keep it? Is it splurge-worthy??joie pink blouse - 1
  3. Vince V-Neck Vest $265 – I put this in the maybe section because I really like it, and it’s different, plus the fabric is incredibly luxe. I couldn’t decide if it’s flattering or not. It sort of depends on how I stand. Tunics are like that, though. In the end, I probably won’t justify keeping it because of the hefty price tag.vince vest
  4. Halogen Ponte Sheath Dress $99 – Funny, this is almost the same dress I ordered last fall in burgundy. I featured it here on the blog before I sent it back. This one is in my MAYBE list because I really do love it in theory. I look best in a fitted sheath dress, I could use a versatile LBD, and I love the sleeves and the neckline and the seaming details on the sides. I also like the price.Unfortunately, it is JUST A TEENY BIT too snug, and because of the stretch fabric, it shows every flaw. I am about as thin as I’ve been since my 40th birthday, and if I gain even a few pounds, which I tend to do in summer, I’m afraid I won’t be comfortable in this dress. So… I think I’m going to send it back. Should I ask to try it in a 10, or just wait for something better to come along?black sheath - 1

So, that’s my trunk! What do you think?? Are you going to try Trunk Club??

Even though I enjoy shopping for myself, and I’m perfectly capable of styling myself, I love to see what others come up with for me. I also love that I can hop on the phone with my stylist or zap her an email at any time. For women who work or are too busy to shop, Trunk Club is the PERFECT solution.

Feel free to leave any questions in the comments, and I’ll do my best to answer them. If I don’t know the answer, I’ll ask Gretchen!

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195 thoughts on “Trunk Club for Women: Your FREE Online Personal Shopper!

  1. I love the pink color on that shirt – adorable styling. Not splurge worthy imo. And I’m not nuts about that green tunic either. However, that LBD is perfect on you! Absolutely a keeper and I want one too. Love love love the leather jacket too!

  2. I love the leather jacket too, and although it’s pricey it is real leather, which I love, and you can wear it for years. Of the others I would pick the green sweater, it’s a flattering fit and beautiful color. I also love the color of the pink top, but silk is a high maintenance choice for me. I have a full time job, and 2 kids that are busy in sports and school and I have a hard enough time keeping up with easy laundry!! I avoid just about anything that is hand wash or dry clean only, as those items get worn once and then end up at the bottom of laundry pile or sitting in the “dry clean bag” go far longer than they should!

  3. I love the Green Sweater. Its a fun transition piece and will brighten up these last winter its a great price and you can wear it with a lot of different neutrals and denim.

    The pink top is ok..the color is great, but way to pricey. I agree, I think you would only wear it a couple times.

    Love the LBD..It looks AMAZING on you!
    its a nice cut and very classic. You could dress it up or down.

    The leather Jacket is a must..especially if you are in the market for one.

    I have been wanting to try one of these clubs for a while..but have not made the jump!!

  4. The black dress looks awesome on you. That picture really popped at me over the others. You might try a size up if you think it’s too tight, but I think it looks perfect on you.

  5. Wow, thanks for sharing. I think the black dress looks fabulous on you. It is tailored and timeless. I think I am going to get one. I also love the fushia blouse on you! I think trunk club is just what I have been looking for. Privacy and clothes you want coming to your door,what more could you ask for? The jacket is also a keeper! Hmmmm, this could be dangerous!

  6. The prices on #2 and #3,are insane. The green sweater is pretty but I would not buy anything winter now unless it came off a Ross or TJMaxx clearance rack. The LBD makes you look va-va-voom to me; if it’s too tight for comfort, at least try the next size. A good price for a piece that should last you years if the quality is good (and maybe even if it isn’t if you don’t wear it too much.)

  7. Say Yes to the Dress!! Even if you have to re-size, it looks totally amazing on you!

    Love, love, love the jacket….and the sweater would be my next choice. You wear clothes so well!

  8. LOVE, love the jacket! In the maybe department I’d stick with the LBD, especially if you don’t have one similar to it. I honestly think the green sweater looks a little too big.

    1. I think the sweater looks better with leggings. I tried it on this morning with leggings and riding boots, and it’s much better that way. 🙂 And I think I’m keeping the LBD. All of these comments have convinced me! 🙂

  9. I like the overall idea of the trunk thing, but I am not willing to spend that kind of money on my clothes. I like to change my clothing often, now that I have raised my family and can afford to do so, I use to have those timeless pieces in my closet for years, I finally got rid of them. LOL. I also worked ladies ready to wear for 15 years, and I know there are brands of clothing out there, more affordable, without sacrificing quality. One thing we tried passing along to our customers, was a lady isn’t fully dressed unless she dresses from the inside out. That means, spend good money on your undergarments, especially bras. Go to a store that has professionals that can fit you properly. Makes a world of difference on how your clothes lay on you and how you feel..

    1. Thanks for this perspective, Mary Ann. I get your point about changing clothing often. I think that’s what’s holding me back. And I totally agree about the foundation garments. SO SO SO important to good style!!!

  10. Holy smokes, lots of interesting comments on this post! I will say that I think the jacket you kept is FAB and you will absolutely love it and wear it a ton. The LBD is the only other piece I personally like, but I personally find I should NOT buy a special occasion dress unless I have a specific occasion coming up for exactly that piece. Otherwise they end up collecting dust in my closet for way too long. So glad you’re on Snapchat now – just added you!
    Gina || On the Daily Express

    1. The comments ARE interesting! 🙂 Isn’t that jacket the awesomest? I thought of you when I saw it. 😉

      I really think I will keep the LBD now. My trainer saw it this morning and told me to keep it and to keep the weight off. Haha. I do have an event I can wear it to at the end of April and I hope I can find a few more – although I am with you on special occasion dresses.

      I’ll add you back on Snapchat. YAY!

  11. What a great service and I love that they teamed up with Nordstrom which is probably the biggest fashion hub for women. love the one you are keeping, the Joie blouse is really really cute for spring, you should keep it. Btw, I’m starting a new weekly Weekend Wear Fridays linkup and would love for you to share your styles there. Have a great weekend!

    xo Sheree
    IG: @poshclassymom

  12. Love the leather jacket and LBD! I think the green sweater is too dark of a green for Spring. I really liked the pink top on you, too, but the price almost made my eyes pop out, lol.

  13. LOVE the jacket!! You’ll have it forever & it’s spot on your style! I also like the tunic, the green is fab on you!! I signed up for trunk club after seeing your post a bit ago so hopefully you get my referral! Stitch fix is fun but I feel like the quality of the clothing is iffy. Sometimes it’s high quality, sometimes it’s so generic. I like that this is premium quality. How long does it take from the time you speak with your stylist until you get it? I’m totally in love with those white AG skinny jeans you are crushing on!

    1. Hey Kasey! Thanks for signing up under my referral link. 🙂 Those AG jeans… I have them in black with the rips in them. I waited for a sale and got one on those so… I am HOPING the white ones go on sale soon. I hate to pay full price. Another reason why I’m psyched about the green tunic in my Trunk. 🙂

      It was only a day after I spoke with my Gretchen that I got the email back with the trunk items to look at and review. I was speedy about that, and I think it was another day or two before she sent my box. She works fast. 🙂

      I can’t wait to hear how you like yours please fill me in when it comes!

  14. Oh, I think the black dress looks fantastic on you! Keeper!! If you need to try sizing it up, do so, but I think you’d get a lot of mileage out of this one. It looks great on you! Love the jacket, too. Glad you’re keeping it. Like the teal sweater.

  15. I’d recommend trying the dress in the next size! It’s stunning. Tops come and go, but q classically beautiful dress like that is a keeper.

    1. You are right. I’ve actually had one on my wish list for a long time. I have to say, it is really fun recognizing people from our Facebook group. I can put a face with my comments now. 🙂

  16. Love the leather jacket!! And I have to say it was so fun watching you unveil your trunk! I was so excited to see what the next item was going to be. I really like the LBD. I think everyone needs at least one but if it’s too snug you won’t reach to wear it on that special occasion. I agree maybe a different size? The green sweater is a great color on you!

  17. I love the leather jacket!!! It looks great on you!! I also think the green tunic and the black dress are keepers:) It sounds like a great service!

  18. If you have the money go for the Joie pink blouse – love the style and color, a great color for you! Also the Vince sleeveless gray top; it is a little different and your arms look good in it. The other pieces seem redundant with just a different color. The black dress does appear very versatile. But what do I know, I am subscribing to your blog to get your ideas! Haha

    1. I am glad you like that Joie blouse. I really love it. But…. I’m not able to spend $200 on a blouse right now. I think I’ll do a quick photo shoot with it before I send it back though. 🙂 And yeah… the Vince. Sigh…. if I actually worked in an office or had a lot of events to attend, I would totally justify that. I am going to keep an eye on both, and if they go on sale, I’ll ask Gretchen to put them in my next trunk. 🙂

  19. Omg you need to try the black dress in the next size. It looks really good on can then compare the two side by side. I like it better than some of the other dresses I have seen you in sorry. You can do so much with that dress.
    The rest besides the jacket that you are already in love with send back. As you say if you don’t love it pass.
    Just my 2 cents since you asked.
    Thanks for sharing .

  20. I love #3, the V-neck and the black dress! The jacket is adorable on you! I am going to have to give Trunk Club a try!

  21. I have already signed up through your link and contacted Gretchen. Thanks for the tip!! I love the teal colored sweater and that is an amazing price. I would try the black dress in the 10–it looks amazing on you!

      1. I will. We have a phone date to discuss next week. I used to have a great wardrobe, but menopause has brought with it 50 lbs and I need to rebuild. This will be a great way to do that!!

  22. I’d ask to try the LBD in a 10. As far as the others, my mother always taught me, “When in doubt, don’t.” That means I would send back all of the “maybes”–you just don’t love them, or you have hesitations with the price (as would I). Thank you for introducing all of us to Trunk Club! I HATE to shop, so having a “personal shopper” will be great for me! Stitch Fix has failed me several times, as my size varies between brands. This seems like a better option for me. I also love that the prices are the same as Nordstrom online. Can’t wait for my 1st Trunk to arrive!

  23. The LBD is stunning on you! I’d try it in the size 10. It’s such a classic piece that you could rely on for years to come. I am learning a lot of styling tips from you. Thanks!

    1. Thanks, Sharon! I am pretty sure a 10 would be too big in the shoulders and too long. That is what happens to me b/c I’m not very tall. (I’m only 5’5″) so I think I’m keeping the 8, and I will have to keep running so I don’t put on the “summer 5” this year. Ha!

  24. While I myself haven’t been able to pull the trigger on a $300 jacket like the one you got, I totally see the value in getting high quality investment pieces. Also, fashion is your job, so unlike me, who would probably look for that jacket in black or brown (because I don’t have any leather jackets), you are freer to select a more fashion forward color. I love it on you. Absolutely. My husband does get me the occasional Coach bag and I do have a pair of Frye boots, so I know I just need to reprioritize the trips to Target in favor of saving for the pieces which will last a lifetime. But who can do that?! haha.

    I know EXACTLY how you feel about the pockets over the ‘girls’. No bueno.

    I’d also keep the LBD.

    Any stylist named Gretchen has got to be super talented. xo

    1. Frye Boots are timeless. If you are going to invest in just one or two big wardrobe items, they are definitely at the top of my list. 🙂 I do have a black leather jacket, and I have that black coated cotton moto jacket. I am about to retire my leather jacket because it doesn’t fit well, and that always deters me from wearing it more. That’s why I said I was in the market for a new one. I actually ordered one in Nashville, but it was out of stock and my order was cancelled. Such a bummer. It was on a good sale…. but I do think it was in the $250 range. You really can’t find decent quality leather for less than that. I love that it’s an unexpected color. The moto jacket will suffice as my black option. 🙂

      I don’t know that you need to reprioritize trips to Target in favor of saving for the pieces which will last a lifetime – these days, do we REALLY WANT pieces that last a lifetime? I can see it for shoes and handbags. I invest in those. And jeans b/c designer denim is so much superior to anything else. But when it comes to tops and dresses… I think we get bored to quickly and cycle our clothing too fast to warrant investing in pieces that will last forever. It seems nice in theory, but I feel like that’s becoming an outdated way to shop. My 2 cents. 🙂 Which isn’t probably even worth that. HAHA!

  25. This post is so timely! I’m a little confused about Trunk Club’s association with Nordstrom? A few weeks ago, a Nordstrom stylist who had helped me pull together several outfits for a trip, contacted me and asked if I’d like to receive a Silver Box – pieces she would pull together for me to try at home. The Silver Box arrived and was almost identical to what you describe but it came direct from the store in a large, silver Nordstrom box. Having been a Stitch Fix member for some time, I was stunned by the size (and weight!) of the box and the number of items (17) inside which included three pair of shoes, an evening bag, jewelry as well as a good selection of pants, tops and jackets coordinated to go together. When I totaled up the cost of all the pieces in the box it was well over $5,000. Yikes! What a difference from my standard $200-$300 Stitch Fix – 5 items neatly wrapped in a small box. Sadly, I kept more items than I would like to admit to and returned the majority as quickly as I could schlep that enormous box back to UPS. Anyhoo . . . I loved the Silver Box and cost aside, it was much more personal than I find Stitch Fix and fun in that these were serious pieces by BIG name designers. That said, spending that kind of money on clothes on a regular basis is NOT an option. Being stylish is not for sissies, apparently. Love your blog. 🙂

    1. How interesting! I knew they had personal stylists available for consultation, but I didn’t know they did the silver box. It does sound very similar to this. I believe Trunk Club was bought by Nordstrom. That is the association.

      I’m glad you had a good experience with your silver box. 🙂 As far as spending that kind of money on a regular basis, you don’t have to. I can see using Trunk Club once each season to spruce up your wardrobe. Because they send SO much, if you end up keeping a lot of it, you would be spending a hefty portion of your clothing budget, but for people who are busy, it’s a great way to knock out their seasonal wardrobe update in one fell swoop! 🙂

  26. Love the grey V neck tunic on you, but the price is a little high. Love that you showed everything AND that you are only keeping what you love. After two years of Stitch Fix, I did a major clean out, and now I’m with you…if I don’t absolutely love it, out it goes. Trunk Club may be for me, but I’d like to know if they ship to DPO addresses. I’ve lived overseas for nine years, and I only shop online. We have no UPS service, just US Military mail, so if they shop to DPO/APO, etc., I’m in!!

  27. Great job with your selfie because you look amazing in #4. That being said, if you don’t love it don’t keep it. #1 looks like something you’d love, in my opinion.

    Thanks for sharing trunk club. Can’t wait to try it.

  28. Love seeing you in green – it’s a toss up between that green top or the black dress….hmmm.

    So much fun – I may try one box for spring – I literally emptied my closet at Christmas and am starting completely new this year so 15 pieces could be super helpful to look through.

    1. I think I’m keeping both. LOL!!! The prices are too good to pass up. I emptied my closet at Christmastime too, so I’m excited to add a few new pieces, but I want to be very selective. 🙂

      1. Sweet ! I normally would not pick green off the rack myself but I know it looks good on – fresh and gives a little pop. And you can’t go wrong with a little black dress, ever! Right?! 😉

  29. I love this concept! I just got into Stitchfix last month but I may have to make the switch. I felt rushed to try everything on and decided yes or no in their 3 day time frame. Some times I just have to sit on it for a few days before I can decide 🙂 I LOVE the green sweater–looks amazing on you….and from the comments above it sounds like its a keeper!. I really like the black dress too, it looks really good on you. If its too tight and you’re itching for that dress go up a size. If it doesn’t fit then it wasn’t meant to be. The right one will come along when you need it! The others I would send back too. I either didn’t love them or the price was too high. Overall, I totally agree with your picks! Looking forward to your next box already!

  30. Hi Jo Lynne!
    It’s nice to see Trunk Club has started offering women’s clothing as well. My husband has tried Trunk Club and It was a fun experience for him. I LOVE your keeper choice!!! The Leather jacket looks edgy and some how classy on you, which I think is your personal style:)
    I was not very impressed with Stitch Fix for myself, and I didn’t know I could try Trunk Club. I will say if you enjoy trying all the personal shopper ideas out there, I have moved on to “Tog and Porter”. I have a great relationship with my stylist there. They require a Skype session to go over the boxes you receive… so you actually get to know the person helping you. I don’t need to get a regular box, I just email her when I want something. It’s so nice to send a quick email and tell someone you trust you are looking for something for… a particular event… then I get 2-3 options in my price range and send back the rest. The only issue I’ve ever had is trying to decide what to send back because they all look fabulous!

  31. What a great service! I’ll definitely check that out!
    From your maybe group: I really like 1,3, and 4. The green sweater would be something I would get a lot of wear out of. And you can’t beat that price. I was already “meh” on the pink top, and once I saw the price, I was like “oh heck no.” 😛 I like the gray vince vest. However, I have a similar piece from Banana that was probably a 1/3 of that price. The black dress is very flattering on you.

  32. Doing Trunk Show too, thanks to you! I got the green dolman sweater too but I didn’t love the quality. It was ok, but I only want to keep things I really love. I love #2 and 3 on you but I totally understand the spendy part. I think #3 is a real departure for you (in a good way) – a very classy, understated piece that you could wear in Manhattan. #4 LBD does look really flattering on you, but if you are hesitant about the size, I wouldn’t get it. Some clothes run sort of “in between” sizes and it seems going a size bigger would definitely be too big.

  33. I love what you’re keeping and hopefully also the black dress. My favourite on you is the blue dress. I’m surprised that nobody else mentioned it.

  34. OH MY GOODNESS! I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS!! My husband does Trunk Club and I am always so jealous when his box arrives so laden down with amazing finds. I make him do a fashion show. Then I grumble about how crappy the box service is for women. I have now signed up, as I await my next Stitch Fix box, the irony. I CANNOT WAIT! Thanks for the in-depth look.

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