A few months ago my husband signed up for a service that will send him a trunk of clothes, in his size and in accordance with his style preferences. He gets to try everything on, and keep what works and send back what doesn’t. Then he is only charged for the items he keeps. It essentially eliminates the shopping process for guys. I thought it was so cool, but was wondering why there isn’t something like this for women!
As it turns out, there is a service like this for the ladies, and it’s called Bungalow Clothing! Yay! It’s not that I necessarily need more clothes all the time, (#shoppingaddict), but I do really really love the idea of not having to shop in a store and letting the dressing room be at your home. And in this case, you pick out what you’d like to try on (which I think most gals would prefer), and they will throw in some other options for you to try on as well if you’d like. Because it is fun letting someone else “style” you every now and then, no?
Once you get an item at home is when you can actually tell if it will work or not. Does it go with these jeans? Could it work with that blazer? Does the outfit look ok with shoes I already have or will it require a shoe purchase too? All valid questions we usually have to deal with once we’ve already purchased an item and get it home.
The process is super simple. You fill up your dressing room instead of your cart. You do have to enter your credit card info, but you aren’t charged until later. When you receive your package, you play dress up with everything (which is SO FUN), and then text them when you’re package is ready for pickup. They handle scheduling FedEx to come pick up the items that didn’t work (pre-printed label is included of course) and then they send you an email with your final charges after they get your return.
There is no pressure to buy, so if you’ve always wanted to see how brand X looks in person, or just want to try out some new styles, give it a try! You might be surprised what you end up falling in love with!
Thank you for reading! xo
This post was brought to you via a collaboration with Bungalow Clothing.