Magnolia Post Co. is a new Canadian fashion subscription service that delivers 3-4 fashion items each month from unique brands to keep your style up to date and your closet full of options. They focus on budget friendly, versatile pieces that can be worn a number of different ways.
Cost: $100/month (3-4 items)
Shipping: $14.95 to Canada only.
In my review for Magnolia Post Co. last month I mentioned that boxes aren't customized, but they have changed that and now have a style profile for customers to fill out that will help them customize boxes. I was happy to hear about this new change and think this will definitely help those who might have been a little apprehensive to subscribe not knowing what kind of clothing they'd receive.
Another new addition is that each month they will release 1-2 new outfits consisting of 3 different pieces selected by their team of stylists. Outfits will typically include two items of clothing and an accessory. So, you now have a few options to choose from: monthly subscriptions, mystery bag (one-time purchase), or 1 of 2 monthly collections ($85 - one-time purchase).
Umgee Blue Cut-Out Tee
This is a cute top with cut-out shoulders. I like how the sleeves are loose and drape down. A very wearable top that look good with a pair of jeans or skirt. I also like this shade of blue.
Lime & Chili Striped Tank Top
This is a loose-fitting, asymmetrical tank top with buttons going down one side. It's very casual and I like the button details, but this fits a little too loosely, so it's something I'd only wear around the house.
Be Cool Plaid Shirt
I haven't worn plaid since I was in junior high, but I see that it's making a comeback. I do like the colour of this top, but once I saw that it was sleeveless I wasn't so sure if I liked it. It looks alright on, but I'm still trying to get used to it.
This month's Magnolia Post Co. had three items, one I liked and the other two I would've preferred something else. I can not come up with a total value since the clothing is from discount wholesale stores that require a membership, but my guess is this is not worth $100. I thought the items I received were ok, but I was really hoping that I'd get clothing that was a bit more stylish. I do like the new changes and options for customers though and they have a shop & swap Facebook page for those who may not love the clothing they receive or if they don't fit.
What do you think of Magnolia Post Co.?