Wantable is a subscription box that offers four types of subscriptions: Makeup, Intimates, Fitness (Women & Men), and Style. Boxes are customized based on your style preferences. With the Intimates Box, you’ll receive 3 premium essentials, such as loungewear, hosiery, accessories, tanks, tights/leggings, panties, camis, socks, shapewear and soft bras.
Cost: $50/ first month ($46/month after that)
Shipping: US – Free | Canada - $8 (USD) | United Kingdom - $7 (USD) | Australia - $10 (USD)
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Wantable's style quiz allows you to customize your box to your preferences. You can also leave your stylist notes of your likes and dislikes.
Catherine Malandrino Tank
This tank has a racerback and split back detail. The trim around the neckline and armholes is a geometric teepee design. It's a loose fit which I like and the material is very soft.
A look at the back:
Catherine Malandrino Shorts
These are matching shorts to go with the tank. I like the design and the details are cute, but I have specifically told Wantable that I do not wants shorts, so this is another example of them not doing the best job customizing my preferences. I'm also not a fan of this polyester material. It feels rough and not exactly something I'd feel comfortable wearing.
Muk Luks Ballerinas
I love Muk Luks so I'm always happy to see these show up in my box. These cozy knit slippers are lined with faux fur and have a lightweight yet warm design. I wouldn't say this is the best time of year to include slippers but they're not too bulky and I like having something on my feet at home anyway.
They have non-slip grip bottoms.
If you've kept up with my Wantable reviews, then you'll know that my Intimates Box is usually hit or miss. While I don't completely dislike what I received, this box was just alright. I like the tank and the slipper socks are comfy. It's nice that I got a matching PJ set but I would've preferred something else instead of the shorts. I'm curious to see what they send in the next box. I'm optimistic they'll do a better job.
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