Last month, I shared my first experience with a new subscription box for all you high-end fashion lovers. The best part of this box? It grants you access to designer pieces, at a fraction of the cost. For more information on how this box works, check out my first blog post here.
Just as a refresher, every month, your stylist will select ten items for you based on your style profile and sizing information. You’ll select 5 of these items to be shipped to your home, where you have 4 days to try them on and decide what you want to keep, and what you want to send back. Here are the items my stylist chose for me this month:
I ended up deciding to bring home the black pants, two sweaters, black dress and white blouse. Here’s a look at what I got:
Theory Turtleneck Sweater (Retail $259 MC $70)
Hudson Jeans | Booties | Coffee Mug
Theory Colorblock Sweater (Retail $259 MC $70)
Alexis Dress (Retail $495 MC $195)
Rag & Bone Black Pants (Retail $228 MC $60)
Heels | Sweater | Kate Spade Bag
Paige Blouse (Retail $229 MC $60)
White Skirt (similar) | Nude Heels
I was really impressed by the quality of my items, and the price point of everything I was sent. I will say, the box took almost a whole week with shipping to get here, which seems like forever in the days of amazon prime. I think this is a great fit for anyone who wants designer labels, without the designer price tag. It also helps that you don’t have to spend hours combing through stores for sales, or thrift stores for hidden gems. I’d also recommend it to anyone who feels too busy to shop, or overwhelmed by the process. I can’t wait to see what Material World sends me in the next box! If you’d like to try it our for yourself, you can sign up here!
Have you ever tried out Material World Co? I’d love to hear about your experience!
Until next time,
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