Evereve Trendsend #4 Review – January 2016
Evereve Trendsend is a styling service for women, specifically geared towards moms. What makes them different than other styling services is that they put together a few outfits for you, instead of just sending you individual pieces.
I have been subscribing to Stitch Fix for a while, which I love, but they only send 5 items. Sometimes I want more variety to choose from. And it helps me to see and try on whole outfits so I know how to style each piece of clothing. So I decided to give Trendsend a try. Now, I am not a mom, but I don’t think you have to be to try Trendsend. The clothes are definitely not “mom” clothes. These are hot and trendy items that are versatile for any working woman.
Evereve is actually a physical store too! There is one near me, so when I saw the package was being prepared, I wanted to run to the store to intercept it.
Sanctuary Tulip Shell – $79 [Return]
Level 99 Dahlia Flare – $132 [Return]
Spellbound Long Statement Necklace – $28 [Return]
FLARES! Wow, I used to be obsessed with flare jeans in high school. I loved them so much and was sad when they went out of style again. Well they are back! Now these particular jeans were mid to low rise, which never fit me right, so I’m sending them back. But they were so fun to try on and walk around in.
Seriously, how fun are these jeans? I feel like I’m transported back to the 70s.
I really love this shirt but would have to use a bra clip as it’s basically a halter top. No biggie, but I wanted to spend my money this month on another piece that I fell in love with below. Still, this shirt would be great for the office.
I really like this glam necklace with the gold tones and diamonds. But the chain kinks easily and I see this necklace annoying me.
Free People Cocoon Cowl – $68 [Return]
Kut from the Kloth Catherine Boyfriend Jeans – $89 [Return]
Excelsior Dream Catcher Tassel Necklace – $28 [Keep]
When I pulled this sweater out of the box, I immediately dismissed it because of the color. I didn’t think it would look good on me. Well I was wrong because I think it looks great! I’m not crazy about the back of it and the more I wore it, the more I thought it flared too much at the bottom and I looked like a bell.
I like pink, but I don’t like light pink. I know, I’m so picky. This one little area on the back of the sweater turned me off too much.
However, I did love this necklace and I found it was on sale on their website for $16.99 so I asked for a price adjustment!
This is the 2nd time I’ve received these jeans in a box, I think the other was in Stitch Fix. They don’t fit me like other KFTK jeans, so I don’t keep them. But I love the style and after I lose 10 pounds I might buy them.
Cloth and Stone Denim Two Pocket Tunic – $98 [Return]
Free People Be the One Poncho – $119.99 [Keep]
I’m super sad that this shirt is too small. It is the right size but the arms are too tight. I’ve been looking for a shirt like this for a while and think it is the PERFECT shade. Many are too light in my opinion.
But how awesome is this poncho?!?! I love how it is longer in back. It is soooo comfy.
This poncho was also on sale and I saved an extra $20! Always check the tags for markdowns and the website for sale prices!
It seems that the stylist changes with very box I get, but I’ve never been disappointed. I wish I could buy all the clothes I love, but I have to stick to my budget. Trendsend is quickly becoming my favorite styling service!
Sign up for Trendsend HERE.