Oh, heyyyy. You may remember my first ThredUp review, which I posted in May. After my initial box, I wasn’t impressed and decided not to order another. Customer Service ended up reaching out to me and asked if I wanted to get another box for free — no $10 styling fee. Of course I said yes, so here we are! I’ve included photos below of everything that I received, on the hanger and on me.
I ended up not keeping a single thing, which is slightly sad. Everything was either a bad fit, or wasn’t 100% my style. Even the few things I liked (a Loft dress, pink shirt, and Kate Spade skirt) all had something slightly off about them. I had fun opening the box and trying everything on, but I probably won’t be trying Thred Up again for a while.
If you’re interested, you can visit ThredUp’s website here! For those of you who don’t know, they are an online consignment shop — everything you see below is second hand!
INC International Concepts Silk Dress ($26.99)
Loft Casual Dress ($23.99): This Loft dress was actually a contender, but I ended up deciding that it was too Disney Princess/Sound of Music-y for me.
Ann Taylor Casual Dress ($28.99)
Banana Republic Casual Dress ($29.99)
Elie Tahari Casual Dress ($49.99)
Free People Sleeveless Blouse ($19.99) and Loft Gingham Dress Pants ($15.99)
BCBGMAXAZRIA Long Sleeve Button Down ($41.99) and BCBGMAXAZRIA Linen Pants ($24.99): Both of these were both wayyyyyy too big, I’m so glad I tried them on together because I look ridiculous.
Chelsea28 Sleeveless Blouse ($16.99) and Joie Dress Pants ($42.99)
Michael Kors Sleevless Blouse ($17.99) and J. McLaughlin Seersucker Skirt ($18.99)
J Crew Long Sleeve Button Down ($25.99) and Banana Republic Factory Casual Skirt ($15.99)
213 Industry Long Sleeve Blouse ($22.99) and Kate Spade Casual Skirt ($44.99): This was definitely my favorite outfit in the box, but this shirt wasn’t made to be tucked in. And the skirt is so full, almost like a poodle skirt. I could just imagine myself smacking into people on the sidewalk with it.
Thanks for reading!