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    The Best Clothing Subscription Boxes

    Build a new wardrobe *without* leaving home.

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    So you've finally decided to revamp your closet. Maybe it's a new season or you're on a quest to find that *magic* outfit. Regardless of what you're looking for, there's a clothing subscription box for your styling needs.


    Instead of going to a store or spending hours online, clothing subscription boxes do the shopping for you. (Yes, not kidding here!) You just share your preferences, sizes, and price range, and a stylist will curate items for you and ship it straight to your doorstep. Sounds easy, right?

    If you're ready to upgrade your look, we have you covered. Below are our top clothing subscription box picks.

    1. Frank and Oak's Style Plan curates eco-conscious clothes for you at a members-only rate (you'll save up to 20% on regular prices). This Montreal-based brand is known for their ethically sourced, classic staples that'll be in your wardrobe lineup for a long time. Just tell them what you're looking for, and Frank and Oak's stylists will choose items for you.

    Frank and Oak Style Plan box with button down shirt, white socks, and pink pointy-toe flats
    Frank and Oak

    What you get: A Style Plan box with up to four essentials that cost between $29 and $149 each. Once a stylist picks options, you can preview them before they're sent to you. Keep what you love and return items that don't fit for free. You can use the $25 styling fee towards any items you buy. Available in women's sizes XXS–XL and men's sizes XS–XL.

    Promising review: “I love that Style Plan selects styles based on what I like for me to choose from. There’s no surprises and less sending stuff back.” —Frank and Oak Customer

    Get it from Frank and Oak starting at $25/styling fee per Style Plan box.

    2. Stitch Fix pairs you with a stylist who will hand-pick apparel, accessories, and shoes based on your fashion preferences. You may be surprised with your shipment and say "oooh, I didn't think of buying that" or "oooh, I can pair this with so many things." Plus, you'll get to choose clothes from a lot of brands, like Calvin Klein, Eloquii, and Madewell.

    Hand opens styling card in Stitch Fix subscription box filled with clothes
    Stitch Fix

    What you get: A personalized box of five apparel items and accessories that'll work with your wardrobe needs. You can use the $20 styling fee towards anything you keep and return whatever doesn't fit for free! If you buy everything in the box, you get 25% off. Available in women's sizes 0–24, men's sizes XS–3XL, and kid's sizes 2T–14.

    Get it from Stitch Fix starting at $20/styling fee per Fix.

    3. Rent the Runway lets you rent designer pieces you can wear to weddings, work, and everything in between with flexible pricing. It's totally worth it if you want to wear a Christian Siriano jumpsuit or Rebecca Taylor top *without* breaking the bank.

    Rent the Runway

    What you get: Choose a membership or one-time rental item for your styling needs. Pick which pieces you want to rent (there are more than 10,000 styles from 400+ designers available), wear your items, and then return them for free. There's member-only discounts too, just in case you want to give an item a permanent place in your closet. Available in women's sizes 0–22.

    BuzzFeed editor Rachel Dunkel loves Rent the Runway and said "I've tried RTR Unlimited and let me tell ya — it was incredible. You can rent up to four styles at a time and keep them as long (or as little) as you'd like. Anything from tops, coats, bottoms, accessories — even purses are fair game!" Read more of her Rent the Runway review.

    Get it from Rent the Runway starting at $69/month for a membership or $10+ for one-time clothing and dress rentals.

    4. SpandexBox ships you a new pair of workout leggings each month, so you can replenish your activewear wardrobe for activities like barre, yoga, and running. Everyone will be asking "where did you get your outfit?!" when you attend your next virtual fitness class.


    What you get: You'll receive one pair of patterned or solid workout leggings each month. Customers love wearing them for workouts, including yoga, and also for lounging! Available in women's sizes S–L.

    Promising review: "Like most women, I was skeptical about how well these stayed up without constant tugging and pulling. I have to admit, I am pleased beyond belief. I haven’t once had to pull these up. Not once! They have stayed in place perfectly. I highly recommend these just for that one fact alone. The pockets are amazing, the fit is amazing, and it is by far a great price for the quality." —Cratejoy Customer

    Get it from Cratejoy for $22.99+/month.

    5. Gwynnie Bee takes the stress out of replenishing your closet with a fun, fashion-forward approach. It offers clothing in multiple sizes (0–32) and brands (such as Asos and Sanctuary Denim) that you can rent (and buy if you love them) for a budget-friendly subscription fee.

    on left, model in tie-waist sleeveless green jumpsuit, and on right, model in navy tee and floral-printed skirt
    Gwynnie Bee

    What you get: One item at a time ($49/month) to 10 items at a time ($199/month) based on the monthly subscription plan you choose. Add styles to your online closet, get them delivered to your home, wear what you want, and once you're done, you can keep items at a discounted price or return items that didn't fit for free. Available in women's sizes 0–32.

    Get it from Gwynnie Bee starting at $49/month for one item.

    6. YogaClub sends you chic, comfortable activewear for all your workouts. You'll get a personalized outfit and save $$$ on top studio brands, including Beyond Yoga, Manduka, and more.

    YogaClub pink box with magenta sports bra, black and dark blue print-leggings, and light blue top with elephant design
    YogaClub / Via

    What you get: Each box comes with curated activewear outfit (a top, pair of leggings, and a sports bra) and costs $79 or less. You can easily change the frequency of your subscription (or skip a month) and request exchanges online as well. Available in women's sizes XS–3X.

    Promising review: "I love this company. If you're living a very active lifestyle and/or do yoga every day, I highly recommend signing up. The customer service team is amazing, always responding within a reasonable timeframe, and they make sure your boxes come customized to your specific preferences and sizes." —YogaClub Customer

    Get it from YogaClub for $79.

    7. Dia & Co, a plus-size styling service, sets you up with with a personal stylist who sends you a curated assortment of accessories and clothes *or* activewear. If you need a new blouse to wear with jeans or a sports bra to match your fave bike shorts, you'll find a variety of pieces that'll suit your wardrobe.

    @diaandco / Via, Dia & Co/Instagram / Via

    What you'll get: A Dia & Co personal stylist will hand-pick goods for you based on your fit and style preferences. You can choose how often you would like a box and when it arrives, you have five days to try everything on, keep pieces you like, and send back items you don't want to buy. If you *do* buy one or more of the items in your box, the $20 styling fee will be waived! Available in women's sizes 0X–5X.

    Promising review: "This skirt is a summer staple for sure. I also bought the coordinating top and I am totally obsessed with this set for the summer. I cannot wait to see how many ways I can wear this skirt!" —Dia & Co Customer

    Get it from Dia & Co starting at $20/styling fee per box.

    8. Comma Vintage hand-picks cool vintage goods for you, so you don't have to waste time going through racks at your local thrift shop. Each box comes with retro clothes and accessories, so your wardrobe will get a lil' old-school love every three months.

    a vintage jean jacket, button down shirt, T-shirt, and navy blue hat from Comma Vintage

    What you get: A personalized box of vintage menswear and goods (one to two pieces of apparel and two to three accessories/artifacts). They have a selection of well-known brands, including Nike, Levi's, Pendleton, and more! Available in men's sizes S–XXL.

    Promising review: "I've been a subscriber to Comma for just over two years, and still get a little giddy when I see my next box has shipped. Over the years I've gotten shoes, coats, vintage tees, chamois shirts, and fun knick-knacks. I never know what to expect, and it's always a fun surprise when I tear the tape, and the box opens. In each package there's been at least one item that has become a new staple for my wardrobe." —Comma Vintage Customer

    Get it from Cratejoy for $55+ every three months.

    9. Adore Me upgrades your lingerie drawer with bras and undies that are pretty, comfy, and suit your bod. Cute sets are delivered to you each month, so you can try and buy in the comfort of your own bedroom.

    Adore Me subscription box with lacy pink bras and black polka-dot panty
    Adore Me

    What you get: A curated box with bras, panties, lingerie, or sleepwear sent to you on a monthly basis. With an Elite membership, you get $10 off each set (products in your order are $39.95–$59.95 per set). You can keep what you like and return the rest for free. Plus, the $20 styling fee can be credited to any items you buy! Available in bra sizes 30A–46G and women's sizes XS–4X.

    Promising review: "This has been such a positive experience. The bra options are super cute, which is often a struggle to find for a chesty girl such as myself. Thank you!" —Adore Me Customer

    Get it from Adore Me starting at $20/styling fee per Elite box.

    10. Trunk Club makes it easy to put together outfits with personalized picks from Nordstrom. Let a stylist source all your weekend and workwear looks, so you can be ~dressed to the nines~ all the time.

    Trunk Club Box items including dark denim, a green, black, and white raincoat, and a green backpack
    Trunk Club

    What you get: A stylist will curate apparel and accessories based on your wardrobe preferences (men's and women's pieces vary between $40–$300 each). Once you get a digital preview of your items, you can approve what you want and remove what you don't like. After your shipment arrives, pay for everything you keep (the $25 styling fee can be credited to your fav items) and return the rest at no cost. Available in women's sizes XXS–4X and men's sizes XS–4XL.

    Get it from Trunk Club starting at $25/styling fee per order.

    11. Menlo Club creates the perfect harmony between your existing closet and the apparel lineup you *want* to have. With the help of a stylist, you'll get a mix of casual and work-friendly clothes in a monthly package.

    model in light gray jeans, white shoes, a blue flannel, and navy blue bomber jacket
    Menlo Club

    What you get: A hand-picked package of Five Four, Grand AC, or New Republic products (average of two items) for $60/month or $75/season. You can also exchange sizes if you need another fit and shipping is free. Plus, you can put your membership on hold if you would like to skip a 30-day period. Available in men's sizes S–XXXL.

    Get it from Menlo Club for $60+/month.

    12. Wantable elevates your activewear lineup with affordable, gym-friendly clothes. This service taps tech and stylists to help you build a workout wardrobe, so you don't have to ~sweat it~ if you don't know what to wear to barre, cycling, or HIIT class.

    Wantable subscription box with mint green active leggings, pink tank top, and gray tank

    What you get: After you take a quiz and request your fav styles on Wantable's Stream, you'll get seven hand-picked items delivered to you. You're only billed for the activewear clothes you keep *and* you can apply the $20 styling fee towards purchased items. Available in women's sizes XS–3X and men's sizes S–XXL.

    Promising review: "If you're someone who's looking to take their fitness goals more seriously, or you just want to look good while being comfortable, Wantable is the perfect service for you." —Wantable Customer

    Get it from Wantable starting at $20/per styling fee per box.

    13. thredUP's Goody Box service finds stylish, like-new items for your closet: If you're a fan of retailers like Altar'd State and H&M, you can get chic staples at a discounted price.

    thredUP Goody Box filled with floral sleeveless top, navy blue pants, and dark red shades

    What you get: Ten like-new pieces tailored to your budget, size, and fashion preferences. The $10 styling fee can be applied to any items you buy and you can return the rest for free. Plus, you can order a Goody Box on *your* schedule. thredUP recommends to check sizes of your favorite brands if you're unsure of how something would fit. Available in women's sizes XXS–5X.

    Promising review: "Thrifting is my favorite way to shop, but I just don't have the time. This way, I can pick out items at my own convenience." —thredUP Goody Box Customer

    Get it from thredUP starting at $10/styling fee per Goody Box.

    14. Fashom aims to make styling more personal with its affordable, vegan, and ethically-sourced clothing inventory. Your stylist will curate looks and you'll then get to preview and choose which pieces you want to try and buy at home.

    group of women holding pink Fashom clothing subscription boxes

    What you get: Preview and select five curated pieces to ship to your door. You'll get 25% off for buying three to four items and 30% off if you purchase your entire box. The first styling session is free and after that it's $20/box that can be applied towards anything you buy! Plus, for every box sold, Fashom donates $1 to Second Chance Rescue NYC, a non-profit organization that rescues cats and dogs. Available in women's sizes XS–3X.

    Get it from Fashom from $20/styling fee per box.

    15. Dailylook offers premium styling that'll make you feel so sleek, you'll probably forget why you needed fashion help in the first place. Get a wardrobe upgrade with favorites like J.O.A., Rebecca Minkoff, and more.

    Dailylook subscription box items, including dark denim, an oatmeal sweater, and gold jewelry

    What you get: Up to 12 personalized picks that are $60 and more each. You can use the $40 styling fee towards anything you purchase and return items that don't fit for free. You can opt for a monthly or quarterly subscription. Available in women's sizes XS–XL.

    Promising review: "Thank you for making my DL Elite Box experience amazing! I am definitely satisfied with my boxes. It's evident that you took the time to read my style preferences and picked out the clothes that I would like. I will definitely use this service again and hope to get more awesome additions to my wardrobe." —Dailylook Customer

    Get it from Dailylook starting at $40/styling fee per box.

    16. Elizabeth & Clarke specializes in work essentials and sends you office-friendly tops on a seasonal basis. With a focus on fashion and function, this subscription service offers comfortable shirts that'll keep you comfy all day long.

    Basic white button down shirts folded next to gray Elizabeth & Clarke box
    Elizabeth & Clarke

    What you get: Choose the pieces you want or get a curated box of items every three to six months. If something doesn't fit you can return it for a refund or exchange it for another size. Here's the price breakdown: The 1 Shirt Plan is $60 per season, the 2 Shirt Plan is $100 per season, and the 3 Shirt Plan is $120 per season. Available in women's sizes XS–1X.

    Get it from Elizabeth & Clarke starting at $60 per season.

    17. Nuuly lets you subscribe and rent six pieces of clothing from 150+ brands! Then when you're done, just send them back — unless you really love them. In that case, you can buy them.


    What you'll get: You get to pick what you receive (everything from party dresses to vintage finds) and can technically keep them as long as you'd like — but in order to get the most out of your subscription, be sure to send back any items you don't plan on purchasing to unlock next month's rentals. Oh, and there are no late fees, no damage fees, and no laundering necessary!

    Get it from Nuuly for $88 per month.

    18. KidPik, a kids' clothing subscription box to help out busy parents and give the kids a reason to be excited for the mail to come. The best part? There's NO styling fee and you only pay for what you keep!


    What you'll get: Seven pieces of clothing, shoes, and accessories based on a three-minute quiz to let the stylist know what their favorite colors are, if there are any prints they prefer, jean style preferences, and more. You can choose between getting one box every four, six, or 12 weeks (or you can skip, pause, or cancel at any time). Plus, free shipping and returns!

    Promising review: "Grateful momma here! My daughter is so incredibly picky about clothes, and no matter what I buy her, she refuses to wear them. It is incredibly frustrating. The stylist did so well with our first box, that I couldn't believe it! It was like she knew my daughter! She wanted to keep it all. One of the shirts, I literally can not get off her body. The items were unique and felt like a birthday present coming all wrapped in tissue paper and a box!" —Kristy N.

    Get it from KidPik.

    19. Short Story Box makes finding clothes that *actually* fit a little easier if you're 5'4" or under. You'll even be able to take a quiz to let your stylist know which clothing items you have the most trouble finding the right fit for.

    Short Story Box

    What you get: Your style quiz will tell your stylist what your style is, so you can expect five articles of clothing — anything from casual tops and jeans to party dresses and work clothes — curated based on that. You can also decide how often you want to receive a box, so if you're not feeling one month, you can reschedule. Available in sizes 00P–18P.

    I personally *love* this box! As someone who's barely 5'0", regular-sized clothing just doesn't work – and as enticing as the less expensive childrens' clothing section is, I just can't bring myself to sport a sequin rainbow unicorn tank. The stylists who curate these boxes really know what they're doing, because my wardrobe has been seriously upgraded since I first subscribed and I am loving every minute of it. I also love that you can give individual feedback on each clothing item you receive (including your opinion on prices) so the stylist knows what to throw into your next box while still sticking to your budget.Brittany

    Psst, check out BuzzFeed's video review!

    Get it from Short Story Box starting at $25/styling fee per box.

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