Gwynnie Bee is a clothing rental subscription service for sizes 10-32. To start, browse through the numerous apparel pieces and add items to your closet. After you’ve selected 25+ items, Gwynnie Bee will send you the first three that are available. There is also a feature that lets you prioritize items, so you can have some control over which items are more likely to arrive. Wear for as long as you like, and then return the pieces to get more!
DEAL: Currently, when you sign up for Gwynnie Bee you can get your first month for FREE, (no code needed, just use the link) which is an awesome way to just try it out and see if you love it.
Here are my three pieces – 2 dresses and a pair of cropped pants.
Sharagano | Chesapeake Dress in Rooibos Tea: Soft chambray gets an eye-catching update in this vibrant orange shirtdress from Sharagano. Easy to toss-on for off-duty days, we love it with sneakers or a strappy sandal.
I paired this with sandals as suggested. The dress is super comfy and was perfect for the family dinner I went to. I liked the front pockets, but wished that they were a little lower or on the hips. My only real issue was the Mandarin collar. It wouldn’t lay flat and was a bit constricting when buttoned. I did try to belt this originally for a more tailored look, but it ended up being less flattering.
Style & Co. | Bungee Capri in Uniform Blue: Cut in soft stretch cotton, Style & Co’s capri are urbane and effortlessly cool. Pull-cord cuffs and classic cargo styling lend it a utilitarian vibe perfect for off-duty days.
Sorry, but these pants were so unattractive on me that I didn’t take a picture. They fit on the waist and hips, but were very baggy on my butt and legs. Plus, the pair I received had a broken bungee on one of the legs. Not being able to adjust the hem made the pants look boxy and it shortened my legs.
Jessica London | Fit and Flare Scarf Hem Dress in Paint Stroke: Item is currently not available from Gwynnie Bee (rental site, store, or outlet).
OMG!!! I loved this dress so much and really debated sending it back. I regret my decision because now I can’t find the dress anywhere. This is a chiffon dress with a scarf hemline. The top of the dress fit me perfectly and the skirt looked great when dancing (I wore this to some friends’ wedding). I received so many compliments in this and think that it could have been dressed down with a cardigan or blazer for the office.
My favorite part of Gwynnie Bee is that I get to try styles that are out of my comfort zone in the privacy of my own home and there is no pressure to buy anything. The other thing I like is that there’s no laundry to do afterwards, unless I want to wear something again. I can’t wait to see what comes in next month!
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