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5 Men’s Fashion Subscription Boxes You Should Try

Written by Francesca, Saturday, December 12th, 2015 in Fashion, Featured, The Style Guide

screen-shot-2014-09-03-at-6-11-36-pmIf you want to look more fashionable, but don’t know where to start, there is an easy solution for you: subscription boxes. These services send you a (usually) monthly box of clothing and accessories based on your specific style preferences. Professional stylists learn about your size and taste to assemble a winning wardrobe for you. They eliminate the shopping, guesswork, and time you would have to invest to find these high-quality pieces yourself. Here are five notable subscriptions you should try.

Cinch Club

Cinch Club wins in overall value and transparency. Instead of having a flat fee, you get to set the budget that they stick to. You also choose between monthly and on-demand shipments. Before the box is sent, you receive an email with the contents for you to review in case you want to make a change, request, or cancellation.

If you are a monthly subscriber, you have 10 days to skip at no cost. If you opt for the box, you have 10 days after it arrives to try on the clothes and return them for free if they don’t fit. However, if you don’t keep anything or get an exchange, you’ll be charged $25. You’re also charged a one-time deposit on your first box that is deducted from your amount due or refunded if you make a return.

Frank & Oak

Frank & Oak does it all themselves; there are no middlemen. This company based in Montreal sources, designs, and makes the clothes with a commitment to quality and detail. They are primarily a brick-and-mortar business with online shopping, but they also have the Hunt Club. Although they don’t call it a subscription plan, it’s very similar.

You can choose to fill up the box yourself or have a personal stylist do it for you. You have 5 days after delivery to try things on, decide what to keep, and return the rest. You only pay for what you keep, and shipping is always free, even for returns, international locations, and small orders. You also earn 4-percent credit on every item you keep. However, the membership costs $20 a year.

FlyGuy Threads

FlyGuy Threads is newer to the scene, yet has a few traits that set it apart from the competition. There is no recurring monthly fee, so you don’t have to worry about skipping or buying within a certain time frame. You can buy month-to-month or pay for 3 months at once. Each box contains 2 to 3 items plus a basic item, all shopped for by your personal stylist—they don’t buy in bulk. Brands include those from department stores, the mall, and indie designers. The package is guaranteed to have a minimum value of $110, and your price is $60 plus $7 shipping. Because the company is new, they currently only ship to the U.S. and only allow size exchanges.

Fashion Stork

Fashion Stork combines good style with good deeds. For every shipped box, they donate $1 to fund adoptions worldwide and improve the living conditions of orphanages. They’ve also styled and highlighted men who have conquered adversities from physical limitations to homelessness.

There are 3 boxes to choose from: accessories (3 to 4 items for $29), essentials (1 top plus 1 to 2 accessories for $42), and a combination (3 to 5 items for $75). You can choose a 30-day, 60-day, or 90-day subscription plan. You can request refunds and exchanges up to a full year after delivery, but the terms are strict.

Tagless Style

Tagless Style is perfect if you have a very tight budget or care about sustainability. The clothes are all secondhand, but very selectively chosen to guarantee quality and longevity. The items are cleaned and pressed before being sent to you. You can choose between a 2-item and 4-item subscription, starting at $25 a month with free shipping. It’s the best solution for your wallet and the earth.

With these 5 options, plus many more available, it’s easy to find an affordable, personalized way to enhance your style. You’ll always look modern and classy without much effort.

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