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Trendsend Review (March 2017)

Trendsend Review (March 2017)

I am back with another Trendsend review after I skipped last month because I was moving. You can see my December review here. I will also have a 2nd March review as I goofed up trying to get my automatic boxes rescheduled. Oh darn, more clothes…

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. The clothes are so comfortable and cute! Trendsend only charges a $1 processing fee! Pay for the items you keep and send the rest back. If you discover that an item is on sale in the Evereve store or is marked down on the tag, just send them a note and they will adjust the price!

I had Kathryn H. style me this month. She made sure to include pieces that had New Mexico style and flare.

Outfit #1
Olive and Oak Drapey Vest – $58 [KEEP]
Harriet Isles Long Beaded Pendant Necklace – $48 [KEEP]

Amuse Society Crawford Woven – $68 [Return]

I fell in love with this vest immediately! It is thin and soft and very drapey, as the name suggests. I usually wear vests in the fall, but this lightweight vest is perfect for sprint.

The long laces on the zippers are nice detail. I like how the vest is shorter in back and longer in front.

The woven shirt is very New Mexico, but the sleeves were too tight.

I did peek at my box after it shipped. When i saw this necklace, I wasn’t interested. But then I tried it on and fell in love with it! The pendant piece is large and very smooth and it’s almost relaxing to just rub it. lol

Outfit #2
Free People Purple Haze Printed Tunic – $88 [Return]
Beloved Classic Jersey Tank – $28 [KEEP]
Kut From The Kloth Catherine Boyfriend Wide Cuff – $89 [Return]

I fell in love with the picture of this tunic when I peeked online. But I did not realize just how deep the V was, and the armholes on the sides. While i can wear a shirt underneath it, it loses something. I love this color though! I did keep the white tank underneath. It is stretchy and almost feels like a compression shirt. So comfortable!

I’ve officially lost track of how many times I’ve been sent the KFTK Catherine Boyfriend jeans. i send them back every single time. They just don’t fit me. I don’t know if it is because they are slimmer through the hips, but the normal size I wear in KFTK, and a size up, aren’t even close to fitting. I really want a pair of distressed jeans tho!

Outfit #3
BlankNYC Shark Bite Denim Jacket – $98 [Return]
Press Striped Tunic Dress – $58 [Return]

Here’s another item I keep getting and keep returning. The navy and white striped tunic dresses. This one is probably the best out of all the ones I have tried on. The different sizes in the stripes do more for my figure than the others. But I have a big butt and wide hips. Stripes from head to toe (or knee) just don’t work for me.

This jacket was pretty cool, but I wasn’t sure how I felt about the frayed bottom. I don’t really gravitate towards jean jackets, so I couldn’t justify keeping it.

I was really happy with what I kept this time, especially the drapey vest!l What did you think?

I always look forward to getting new outfits to try on every month. You can sign up for Trendsend HERE.

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Thursday 4th of May 2017

How funny! I just discovered your review on FB because i was looking at Trendsend reviews and it so happens I am getting ready to move to ABQ as well! We have pretty similar taste in clothes. =) I used to do stitch fix but got over them pretty quick. i think i might become obsessed with trendsend. especially the 1.00 processing fee vs. 20.00. Also i think their clothes are more my style than SF. I hope you are enjoying ABQ. ! (jealous)


Thursday 4th of May 2017

Yes, I love Trendsend clothes as well! Stitch Fix has a lot of brands they created that they include in their box. I find a lot of them don't fit well. ABQ is great so far!

Trendsend Review (March 2017 #2)

Monday 17th of April 2017

[…] Even though I am writing this in April, I received 2 Trendsend boxes last month. Just a tiny oops on my part, as there was confusion after the move and resubscribing to boxes with my new address. But are more clothes really an oops? You can see my first March review here. […]

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