Style Reviews: Wantable Style Edit Review – October 2016

Last weekend, I went to the mall in search of one simple item: a fall jacket. It took me fifteen minutes to find parking, then I waded through crowds of people from store to store, coming up short every time. Either the stores didn’t have my style preferences or the lines to the dressing rooms and cashiers were too long to even consider.

As I left empty-handed, I remembered why Wantable’s Style Edit is so incredibly fantastic. If I had just waited to see what I received this month, I could have avoided the entire fiasco.

Are you also tired of fighting off crowds, waiting in long lines and forgetting where you parked in the expansive mall parking lot? Maybe it’s time to try Wantable; it’s the hassle-free version of shopping.

Here’s how it works. Once a month, you’ll have new clothing land right at your doorstep, personalized to your tastes, sizes and preferences. After five days of consideration, you keep what you want and ship everything else back with a prepaid USPS label. You’ll only be charged for what you keep and if you keep five or more items, you’ll get 20% off your order!

There’s a short and simple style quiz to fill out regarding your likes, dislikes and loves and a $20 styling fee, but that $20 comes out of your total for the pieces you decide to keep.

This month, I received a slew of fall items including- you guessed it- a beautiful fall jacket. Let’s dive right in.

Ace Slub Stretch Denim in Black, $119

Everyone needs a quality pair of sleek black denim. These skinny jeans feature zipper pockets in front to spice up the look and go well with just about any top. Talk about a wardrobe staple- a total keeper!

Cami in Black and Tank in White 2 Pack, $36

Speaking of wardrobe staples, this tank and cami duo are perfect for layering up your fall looks! You can start with the tank, follow it up with a thin sweater and then top the look off with a light jacket and boots. You’ll be warm and stylish. Trust me, these essentials will get plenty of use year-round.

Crew Neck Sweater with Side Slits, $48

When I think of fall, I think of crunchy multi-colored leaves, pumpkin spice lattes and sweaters. This lightweight sweater in particular is exactly what I needed for apple picking, hayrides and pumpkin carving. The dark color is flattering, plus the side slits make it fall perfectly on any body type.

Adele Tank in Charcoal, $39

This loose-fitting muscle tank wasn’t my favorite, but it works well paired under a cardigan or a jacket. It’s such a simple item that it can be dressed up or down to your liking, but this was a pass for me this month.

Black and Ivory Striped Top, $39

Because my love for stripes knows no bounds, this top immediately caught my attention as I was unpacking my Edit. It features a fun little floral design on the sides to take it up a notch from your regular run-of-the-mill striped top. Needless to say, this might be my new go-to top for work or for fun, paired simply with skinny jeans and my favorite pair of boots.

Charcoal Long-sleeved Top, $39

This top gave me a very bohemian vibe, which is always welcome. Patterned tops are a necessity in my closet to break the habit of wearing black, black, gray and did I mention black? This design will add a pop of color into your autumn wardrobe so you can look just as picturesque as the multi-colored leaves on the trees.

Faux Leather Jacket with Faux Fur Lining in Olive, $148

Ah, a jacket, finally! Just what I need as the temperature begins to drop! I love that this features faux fur and leather, which is important for me as an animal lover, and it’s incredibly soft and warm. This is the perfect jacket to take me into the transition from fall to winter and I didn’t even have to stand in a single line to get it.

My total for all five pieces comes out to $468, but don’t forget to take off the $20 styling fee and the 20% discount for keeping five or more items. In the end, the grand total comes down to only $354.40!

*Disclaimer: Please note that this review reflects my own personal opinions on Wantable, their Style Edit Collection, and the brands included within the subscription. I was compensated by Wantable for this honest review.