If you read my last post, you know I decided to request a fix, after quite some time away from the company, to get some pieces for my first business trip since Covid began. Well, my fix arrived, although it did come a couple days later than I had requested, so I was worried we were already off to a bad start.
What I asked for: – Flare jeans (no distressing – dark color) – Possibly a dress with short sleeves – Some tops for work – A resort set that I saw advertised in a Facebook ad
I also mentioned I was up for some pieces that were more fashion forward that could expand my style, continuing to reference the ads that the company is displaying on Facebook, which looked like great Fixes compared to some I’ve gotten before.
In my last post, you also know that I decided to give the “preview your fix” feature a try this go around, and picked 3 items from the stylist’s initial pull and left 2 items to be a mystery. Let’s dig into my box and start with the items I already knew were coming from the preview email I received before shipment.
Kaileigh – Jaylee Jumpsuit This jumpsuit that screams spring with its green and floral details retails for $58. It’s meant to be a cropped leg look, similar to a length you’d expect with capris.
The jumpsuit itself was fairly comfortable, but it was a bit big on me. I probably could have gone down a size since the fabric is so loose and stretchy. The chest opening was also in desperate need of a hook and eye closure. The wrap section around the chest wasn’t very form fitting or had any elastic to hold it in place, which led to it being pretty revealing at times.
Monday Fun – Kearny Henley Top This flowy top in light blue retails for $44.
This style of top is nothing new from Stitch Fix. I’ve seen this cut and style dozens of times, and have kept some of the tops over the years. What drew me to choosing this from my preview was the color. I love light blue and I thought the accents of white drops of color were pretty. I wasn’t too sure from the photos of the item what the pleating on the front would look like. When I pulled this out of the box, it was super wrinkly, so I steamed it in order to take pictures and to try to get it looking somewhat decent. This is definitely not a top to pack in a suitcase.
What bothered me about this top was that it doesn’t do anything for your body. It literally makes you look boxy and heavy. It’s not flattering and just hangs there. Now I love a loose top, especially in warmer weather or for commuting, but this top just didn’t scream “young” or “fashionable.” It didn’t give me the vibe I was looking for.
Nine Britton – Billie Tie Front Brushed Knit Top For $40, this was the cheapest item in my fix this go around.
This top stood out in my preview since it was a great neutral color, and it looks like it’d be pretty comfy. The fabric on the outside of this top, or what I’d call a lightweight sweater, is super duper soft and creamy. Probably one of the softest pieces of clothing I’ve tried on. The inside of the top isn’t as soft as the outside, but that’s probably because it’d heat you up and make you sweat based on how decadent the fabric feels. I also liked the little knot detail at the bottom, giving it a little something different from a regular long sleeve top.
Heatherly – Loretta Tiered Blouse You can make this hot pink number yours for $46. This top was also the first of two mystery pieces in my fix.
In your Stitch Fix profile, you’re able to dictate what colors you don’t like or want items to be in. I’m pretty sure hot pink is one that I’ve said is a no go for me, but alas, here we are. Immediately when I pulled this out of the box, I knew I wasn’t going to be in love. The chest area has a weird detail where it outlines each breast and it just looked horrible holding it up. When I tried it on, I wasn’t surprised how unflattering it was. I had to pull the top up a bit in the photo above, because a large amount of my bra would otherwise be exposed. You can see some of my bra is still poking out after I hiked it up a bit. I don’t know how you’re supposed to wear this, but either your bra is going to be on full display, or if you go braless, this is going to look even worse than it does. The fabric was also super cheap. I don’t know if I’ve had a worse piece in a fix before. This is certainly not worth the price, and is not something I could wear to work.
Democracy – Kathryn Ab Solution HIgh Rise Itty Bitty Bootcut Our last item was something I requested, a dark wash jean. This pair retails for $88.
When I requested a dark pair of jeans, I asked for a flare pant. I was thinking more of a traditional bell bottom type pant, so when I saw the word “bootcut” I was worried that it wasn’t going to give me the look I wanted. First off the bat, the color is great. Dark washed jeans like this can go with anything. The flare of the jean wasn’t too large, and wasn’t too small, so I felt it was pretty close to what I was hoping for. The jeans also feel an itty bitty loose around the waist line, which I don’t mind. They are comfortable, and while a smidge on the long side, I think they’ll work fine with sneakers. Also, side note, why do jeans need some a crazy long name?!
Now that I’ve tried everything on, it’s time to decide what stays and what goes. Overall, I have to say I was disappointed in this fix and the quality of the items. Some things weren’t super terrible, both nothing blew me away either.
In the end, I decided to keep the jeans and the comfy tan tie front top. I could easily pair these two items together, and wear them with other pieces. The top would look great with a white pant, and the pants will look great with everything from sweaters to t-shirts and tanks.
I was originally on the fence with the jumpsuit, since I love a romper and jumpsuit for ease of packing and comfortability, but it was too big and I didn’t feel like trying my hand at sewing in a snap or hook and eye closure to make it workable.
The other two tops were cheap in feel and design, especially the disco sleeved full expose hot pink piece.
When I saw the recent Facebook ads, I thought Stitch was looking more fun and elevated than ever before. In the second picture you can see the resort wear set I fell in love with that led me here.
I didn’t get anything as fun or fashionable in my box, and when I went to review my fix on the site, I felt kind of let down. I used to love Stitch Fix, and it made my life easy, but after this box, I’m not sure I’d rush back anytime soon. Maybe there’s something else out there worth checking out instead…
If you have any suggestions of companies worth checking out, or brands that are great for those of us in our 30s, let me know!
It has been quite a while since I ordered a fix from Stitch Fix. With my first work trip coming up since Covid began, I’ll be traveling to a new office and seeing some of my team members in person for the first time. It seemed like a great time to see what Stitch Fix has to offer nowadays.
I decided to try something new this time, and give the “Preview Your Fix” feature a go. Stitch Fix didn’t always offer this functionality, so when I first started getting fixes this wasn’t a thing, making me accustomed to a surprise every box. When I got the email this time around, I figured “what the heck,” let’s see if I can help make my fix as successful as possible since it’s been a hot minute.
If you still want to be surprised, like I usually do, just archive or delete the email, and wait for your fix day.
For those of us feeling a bit curious or impatient, when you click “select your pieces” you’re brought to what I would call a little curated shop just for you. You can see your stylist’s name, and several pieces they thought would be a good fit based on your fix note when you scheduled your box.
You don’t have to choose 5 pieces, which is super helpful because I wasn’t in love with most of the items in my fix preview. The nice thing is you can either like an item, dislike it, or just ignore it. When you like an item it’s included automatically in your fix, but what about the things I didn’t dislike or like, do they go off into oblivion?
My fix preview included 10 items for me to review and select from. A range of dresses, tops, two bottoms, one bag and a romper.
Nothing stood out as super amazing or exciting to me in the fix, but there were a few pieces that I thought could possibly be my style. I figured I’d do a mix of trying some of the items from my preview, selecting less than 5, to see what happens with the rest of my box.
I wonder what the 2 mystery items will be!? Will they be brand new items I didn’t see in my preview? Will they be the items I didn’t click “dislike it” for? Thankfully, I only have a few days to wait before I find out.
Not too long ago, Stitch Fix introduced a new feature in their app and site called “Shop Your Looks.” It seemed really intriguing, you can finally order pieces without getting a whole fix, which could be a huge toss up.
Their first launch was around completing your looks you already had. I wasn’t really interested in that feature, since I was looking for brand new looks and pieces, rather than something to dress up or down my current dresses or tops. So when I saw the new tab that allowed you to shop unique looks pulled for you based on your style quizzes, and past purchases, I figured it was worth giving a shot.
I’m still disappointed to see it’s not advertising any rompers to me, but I did notice a couple of items that stood out. One of the items that caught my eye was a cute flowy faux wrap dress. As you’ve heard me say before, there’s nothing more universally flattering than a wrap dress. It’s perfect for all shapes and sizes, and really flatters your body shape. I made the selection via the app, and within a couple of days it arrived at my door step.
When I pulled it out of the bag, I immediately loved everything about it, from the fabric, to the print, to the color. The blue is gorgeous and the pattern is fun and bright. I also really love how soft, flowy, and comfortable this dress feels. It’s simply an effortless choice. I noticed when I checked the app again they had some other colors in the same dress, but they weren’t my style, but if they create other colors, I might just have to splurge one day!
The last item I was looking for, just for the heck of it, was to see what kind of shorts were available to me. My last fix did have some nice dark jean shorts, but they did have distressing, which I didn’t want. So when I found a great dark pair, I wondered why my stylist hadn’t picked them out for me? I’m thinking they were in limited quality because I can’t find them in the “Buy it again” section like I can for the dress I purchased.
The shorts are very dark, cute, and fit well. A perfect staple for my quarantine summer I suppose 🙂
Feedback about the experience: I don’t like how you can’t check out and purchase more than one item at a time. You literally have to make individual purchases, which means different shipments being sent your way. It doesn’t seem like the most efficient, and Stitch Fix probably missed out on a few extra bucks from me since I wasn’t feeling like going back in the app and purchasing that second dress I had my eye on since I couldn’t add it to a cart and checkout with the other item I wanted. Maybe they’ll fix this in a future update?
In the end, it was a neat experience. I appreciate being able to buy individual pieces now that suit my needs or peek my interests.
It has been a long time since I’ve done a Stitch Fix review. I took a break from the company for a while for a few reasons. First, I kept getting bounced between stylists and it just didn’t seem like I was finding my match like I had a couple of years ago. Second, I didn’t really need a ton of new clothes, and three I just kind of fell out of it after the Affiliation program seemed to disappear without mention.
I substituted Stitch Fix with a rental service, Infinitely Loft, which I’m still using today. However a few weeks back I decided hey, I’m stuck at home, Summer is just about here, why not see if I can get some items from Stitch Fix to update my warm weather wardrobe.
My request this time around was for rompers, a dark washed non-distressed pair of jean shorts, and a dress or two. When I received my box however, what I had originally hoped to receive was not provided. Reading the stylist note I was a little disappointed to hear they didn’t have any summer rompers available, and hearing about the items pulled for me left me wondering if this box was worth it or not. Thankfully, I was fairly surprised by the items I received once I tried them on and gave them a chance.
Item #1 – Skies are Blue Pavlina Embroidered Cactus Knit Tee Price: $44.00
I don’t own a ton of tshirts or short sleeved tops, unless they are free ones I’ve gotten from work as swag or are branded for my company. So, it’s always good to find an option here and there that is a bit more coverage than my beloved tank tops and I can wear on those warm but not dreadfully hot summer days.
What I liked about this top was the fun stitched cactus pattern. The pattern is only the front, which is ok, but the top might be cuter if the pattern went all the way around. I also enjoy that the color combo with this shirt is one of my favorites, navy blue with white. To me, that color combo says summer since I’m really into nautical or preppy styles like that. The fit is ok, not tight, slightly loose, and the neckline cut is flattering.
Item #2 – Just Black Romeo Distressed Cuffed Frayed Hem Denim Short Price: $58.00
This item is pictured above on me in the first item review.
Just reading that title and I’m already thinking there are two words in there that do not go with what I requested in this fix – Distressed and Frayed. Taking a closer look, the distressing and fraying isn’t too terrible. There’s no actual holes cut out of the shorts, and they don’t look that bad. The wash is dark, which does fit with what I was looking for.
In terms of how they fit, they are a larger size than I would have purchased in store, and they are a bit looser than most of my shorts I own. I figure they might tighten up in the wash. But at least the looseness is comfortable and not drooping off of me, but still I probably would have prefered a size down to be my regular pants size.
Item #3 – Threads 4 Thought Arias Twist Back Knit Top Price: $54.00
At first look, I’m not the biggest fan of this print or top. It’s nothing special, doesn’t do anything great for me or my body, and I feel the floral is a bit frumpy, maybe better for someone who’s a little older. The colors aren’t bad, but overall it isn’t a top I’m super thrilled or excited about. However, like I said earlier, it’s good to have a few short sleeved tops in one’s wardrobe. I decided to keep this top because it was cheaper to keep it than return it. The fabric is a little unique, it doesn’t feel like a usual knit fabric, it’s kind of silky and almost like a wicking material. Overall, it’s ok, but not really my cup of tea.
T-shirt dresses can make me a little nervous. The cuts aren’t the most exciting or flattering, and I’m always worried it’ll cling to my stomach or make me look a little strange.
What I like about this dress though is the coloring, it’s a white with blackish blue stripes that once again make me think of a preppy or nautical style. The dress itself is also really comfortable. I could definitely see bringing this on a beach vacation, or just going around in the summer. It’s cute and fun. The best part is that it doesn’t cling to anything, and while t-shirt dresses look boxy, and it does look a bit like that in some photos, I don’t actually mind. It’s a really easy dress to just throw on and head out the door in, and who doesn’t need that during quarantine or the summer months?
I’ve never owned a jumpsuit, at least in the past 20 year I haven’t, but a jumpsuit is basically a romper just less summer heat and humidity friendly with pants instead of shorts. When I pulled it out of the box I was worried about what the length of it would be, and how it would sit on my body. Would the proportions work? Would I look silly?
Well, let me tell you, this jumpsuit might give me the disco fever and feels, but I actually kind of love it. I definitely didn’t expect to like it, but I fell in love. Perhaps because it’s so different from things I wear, and that it’s kind of a little out there. What’s wrong with spicing it up a little with something a little unique and flashy, haha.
My boyfriend may think I look a little silly, and I came out of the bedroom from trying it on doing a disco dance, but it made me smile and that’s what you look for in clothes, isn’t it?
I should note, this jumpsuit is appropriately long, but not drag under your feet long. My style card showed wedges as the perfect shoe for this outfit, and I recommend them too. You’ll get just enough lift to make this length work great. I should note I am 5 foot 5, so if you’re shorter than that, this might be a hard sell for you since the pants are full length.
Review Summary: While I didn’t get all the items I wanted, and it wasn’t my most favorite fix of all time, I was pleasantly surprised by some of the items in this box, and decided to keep everything since it was cheaper that way with the discount for buying everything. I still wish I got an actual sleeveless romper or flowy dress for the Summer, but maybe next time it’ll be meant to be.
Next up: I’ll be reviewing some of the “shop your looks” options that you can now get from the Stitch Fix app. I’m looking forward to trying this option out instead of requesting a full on fix. Let’s see how it goes!
Until next time, stay healthy, happy, and safe out there! Happy Summer!
I’m always seeing ads for fashion and stylist services, mostly because the internet knows I’m a big fan of Stitch Fix so it figures I might be interested in some other options. So, when I received an unexpected bonus at work, I decided to splurge (it was right before the holidays) and give one of these other services a try and treat myself. I also wanted to find out if “high fashion” was really better, more fashionable, and if it was worth it.
The company I decided to take the leap with was Front Door Fashion. Before selecting them, I did a little research to see what they were all about and if people had good experiences with them. For reference, they were advertised to me on Facebook, which is how I found out about them. They seemed interesting, promising high-end clothing. Like Stitch Fix, you take a style quiz but not as visual per se as Stitch Fix. I asked for pieces to be travel friendly and fashion forward, aka I wanted to try some new trends.
I remained hesitant for a while if I should bite the bullet, and even completed my profile, got to the schedule a box section, and then backed down. Do I really need more clothes? Should I really be spending this much money? Well, before I knew it, a stylist had been assigned to me after seeing that I completed my profile and wanted to help get a box together for me asap. Now, this wasn’t a simple automated email message coming my way saying schedule your box now, no. In the matter of a day, I believe I was called, texted, and emailed. Whoa. For someone who doesn’t like cold calls I certainly wasn’t going to chat with someone about my fashion personality over the phone, especially when I don’t know how I’d describe my look 🙂 I responded to the email, scheduled a box online and waited.
Once I got my box, a couple weeks later, I was given 5 days to try everything on and figure out what worked for me or didn’t. Let’s dig in.
A large and heavy box arrived and inside was a massive garment bag, some papers describing the items, and a shoe suggestion card with images of shoes and what items they would look good with (although I received no shoes). Within the garment bag, items were segmented together in batches or outfits/looks. Usually this was done by a little jewelry bag wrapped around hangers. The paper print out also dictated which group of hangers was what. By first look, there was going to be some pieces that were going to be a Big NO for me.
One thing that I wish was included was a printout with images of the items, and how they should be paired together. Stitch Fix does a great job with this, although I still wish they’d include pictures with models in the clothing as well so you could see how pieces were supposed to fit and fall on you, but moving on… With FDF, I had to just go off paragraphs on a funny printed sheet to style myself. The website also didn’t have any photos of the clothes or outfits, so the only peek you get is from me actually trying on the pieces.
The first cluster of clothing items listed under Outfit 1 from my stylist consisted of the following designers, pieces, and prices.
Articles of Society – Sarah Release Hem Jean – $89
The cut of the jean was frayed and unfinished looking in a not good looking kind of way. I also wasn’t sure where on the ankle it was supposed to fit me, so I felt uncomfortable, feeling like I was wearing high waters. I have a similar color jean already from Stitch Fix so I decided to pass on these for something in my wardrobe that already worked for me. I’m wearing these Articles of Society jeans in the pictures below, but you can’t see the true color (dark purple) or how they cut off on my ankles strangely.
Sanctuary – Carrie Smocked Blouse – $99 There’s a lot going on with this polka dot blouse. The neckline makes me feel like I’m stepping back in history in England, and the sleeves were a bit too puffy and long on me. Overall, I felt the top made me look larger than I am do to how loose and baggy it was on my frame. Not a keeper.
Paige6 – Anita Rose Blazer – $195
As a former Broadcast Journalist in training, I really like a good blazer and find they’re always a fun item to add to one’s closet. The price of this one really scared me though. I don’t tend to spend this kind of money on myself, ever. The blazer itself is super comfortable and stretchy. It just had a nice feel to it and I figured I was splurging and trying something new, so if I wanted to, I should take the plunge. In the end, I kept this item.
Sarah Briggs – Estella Necklace – $65
A long silver necklace good for plain tops and adding a little something to an outfit. I kept it because I could easily pair it with some items I have and I could use a long necklace every now and then.
Tees by Tina – Smooth Tank – $38 Nothing too fancy about this item. It was just a long blank tight tank top. I was on the fence but ultimately decided I could probably find a cheaper option if I wanted one like this.
Below are the designers, pieces, and prices for this bunch of items.
DL1961 – Florence Jean – $178
I know a lot of people pay over $100 for jeans, but I’ve never done so. I guess it’s a fairly common item to “invest” in since jeans are very durable and you can wear them for years. I typically get my jeans either from Old Navy, Delia’s or Stitch Fix, and they are never more than $50 or $60, if that. However, these jeans come with a great stretch, they are dark in wash, which is what I wanted, and they aren’t distressed in any way. They fit what I was looking for, and they are comfortable on so I splurged and purchased them.
Joules – Brindley Quilted Gilet – $92
I didn’t expected to find a vest in my box, but apparently they must be in with the high-end fashion crowd too. While the print was cute and floral, it wasn’t anything special in my mind. Certainly not worth over $90. It was a bit tight around my chest so it was a no go for sizing already. Even if this was cheaper, I don’t think I would have kept it. Back to FDF it went!
Lover’s Tempo – Floral Climber Earrings – $40
You won’t see these pictured anywhere, but the earrings they paired with these outfits are three little flowers bunched together. I kept them without trying them on. I wish I had tried them on first since one of the bars for the earrings was bent out of shape and I had to play around with it to get it straight again. But, all good. They were cheap enough, cute, and seemed like an item I’d use multiple times so I decided to keep these as well.
Lavender Brown – Print Tank Top – $140
I’m a tank top loving girl, and if I can find one that’s dressy and fun that’s even better since I tend to just rock the plain old cotton tanks from Target. I loved the coloring and print of this top, but the fit was no bueno. It was gaping around the armpits, and was overall too large. If was a smaller size, and not so expensive ($140 for a TANK TOP!?) I might have kept it, but alas back it went.
The Line – Baylin Rib Tee – $44
I don’t have a lot of basic plain long sleeve tops. While this one wasn’t anything special, and I wouldn’t call it high fashion, it fit a bill I didn’t know I was looking for. It’s always good to have a plain solid color long sleeve top and the price was cheap enough where I decided to just keep it. I also have two puffy vests in my closet so I figure I can just copy what the stylist suggested and use what I already have and pair that with this top.
On to the last group of clothes. This grouping was the smallest and had one of the most odd pieces that I knew from the start I was not going to keep. Here’s the item breakdown:
Buddy Love – Sibley Sweater Dress – $72
Sweater dresses can be cute and comfy. This is an interesting twist on the classic, with bell like sleeves, a high-low cut, and an oversized look. I love dark greens on my complection and with my hair color, so I immediately liked that. I wasn’t so sure with the cut and style of the dress, but I think it would be nice for a cozy weekend where I don’t mind wearing an oversized sweater/dress. It is pretty short though, so I’ll probably pair this with a fun pair of tights or some black leggings.
Buddy Love – Caroline Denim Jacket – $99
I know as part of my profile I mentioned I didn’t like distressed jeans, so it was a little comical to get a jean jacket that couldn’t have been more distressed. I’m not into the look of holes in clothes, particularly jackets. This jacket is a doozy. The gigantic pearls also really add to the uniqueness of this jacket. According to my stylist, this look is really in right now. I think I’ll pass. Oversized jean jackets with crazy embellishment and distressing might be for some celebrities, but not for me.
To summarize, I received 12 items in my Front Door Fashion box, worth a total of $1,151. Wow. That’s a lot of money, but it’s also a lot of stuff. If you buy 5 or more items you get 50% one item. I’ve seen some places say that 50% is off the most expensive, and others say the least. I believe I got it off the cheapest item. It total, I kept 6 items, two of which were jewelry. The items I chose weren’t the most high end looking things, but I also asked for the cheapest price buckets for each item category as well. It was a fun experience, and it was neat to get so much to try on, but I didn’t like as much as I had hoped. Usually with Stitch Fix it’s a 5 out of 5 for me and I keep the whole box. My wallet probably thanks me for not getting this whole box 🙂
Now for those of you wondering about how Front Door Fashion compares to Stitch Fix, I’ve written out some of the key differences below in case your on the fence about one or both of the services.
Differences between Stitch Fix and Front Door Fashion:
Checking out is an odd experience with FDF. There are no images on the site, the check out process is very odd where you just have one open response box to write any feedback or thoughts, and that’s that. You have to do the actual purchasing and selecting of items on the sheet of paper that’s placed in your box. I was shocked that this was how they did things and that you didn’t even get to keep the paper with all the items and styling tips listed, but that was ultimately how you “checked” out what you were keeping and sending back. Stitch Fix’s experience is a lot better where you leave feedback about each item, and each item is pictured so you can easily see what you’re reviewing.
Stitch Fix has a $20 styling fee each time you request a Fix. With FDF there was no “official” up front styling fee, you just requested a box, and then $100 was taken from your account and then that would be credited towards whatever you purchase, or if you kept nothing you’re supposedly able to get that deposit back. Stitch Fix doesn’t give you back the styling fee.
FDF seems to have more time availability to get your box worked on right away, instead of choosing a date weeks/months in advance for Stitch Fix. I expected FDF to be a bit quicker than they were based on how aggressive they were, but eventually my box came a week or two later. I really prefer the Stitch Fix model here, because then I can choose a date that I know I’ll be around for. While for FDF, if my box came when I was away, I was afraid I’d get charged their late fees since I could potentially miss the 5 day window.
Communication / Sales / Marketing
You could call Front Door Fashion stylists “pushy.” They’ll call you, text you, and email you. It doesn’t stop once you’ve purchased a box either. They want to keep getting your business so there’s a lot of reminder emails and promotional content sent your way about “deals” and “sales.” Stitch Fix on the other hand never bothers me to order a box, or doesn’t do it in a pushy way, it’s more of a marketing email showing you some trends for that season. No one’s ever called me either.
FDF pricing starts much higher than Stitch Fix. Going into the door you need to expect these items will probably cost serious cash. I was hesitant about this, but chose the cheapest category for every item since I knew I’d be getting more items than I usually get from a clothing box.
Number of items
With FDF you get a lot of items, usually 3-5 outfits, which means you get a LOT of pieces from tops, bottoms, and jewelry. You can sometimes create multiple looks by combining pieces from the grouped outfits you’ve been given. Stitch Fix on the other hand sends a max of 5 items, and they don’t always go together to create an outfit unless that’s what you explicitly want and ask for.
I’d say if you want a service that provides multiple and full outfits from tops, bottoms, and accessories and aren’t afraid to spend a lot of money, Front Door Fashion may be for you. If you’re looking more for individual pieces and a variety of items, Stitch Fix is better in that regard, and you can always ask for something specific, be it an outfit where all 5 items could go towards that one look, or some pieces that you can use together.
For now, Stitch Fix still has my loyalty, and I’ll continue to get the occasional box from them since I think their selection is more geared toward me, and they understand my fashion a bit more. Granted I only tried Front Door Fashion once, I don’t think some of the feedback and style icons I shared really fit with some of the pieces I received.
Both companies are super fun to try out and it might be worth switching back and forth now and then to see what new surprises they have in store.