This post is a review of the DailyLook Elite Box Subscription Service. t’s a personalized styling service where, based on a very detailed questionnaire, a DailyLook Elite stylist curates monthly boxes of 7-11 items with each piece ranging from $45- $800. This Box is then sent to your door for a very personalized experience. The service is $40 per box, and it can be applied toward items that you end up keeping/purchasing. The box arrives at your door for you to try on, keep what you like, and send the rest back with prepaid packaging and shipping labels. Sounds interesting to you? Try it out with my promo code CUBICLECHIC20 – everything in your first box will be 20% off with this exclusive promo code!”
DailyLook and I go way back
I first heard about them through Jen at ClothesEncounter; she showcased a few pieces on her Youtube channel 3 years ago. Since then, I’ve enjoyed shopping on the site, browsing individual items, or shopping the outfits. All three outfits below are from DailyLook over the years. Remember my super glammed up Christmas look last year? All DailyLook!
What I initially liked about DailyLook was that almost everything you buy from them, you can see how the piece can be incorporated into multiple outfits. It just helps contextualize things, and you’re less tempted to buy something that you couldn’t even imagine how to wear.
DailyLook Elite Box Service
About a year or so ago, DL launched the Elite Box service, where an experienced stylist takes your input from an extensive questionnaire (see below) about your body shape and size, preferences, lifestyle, and interests to curate boxes of items for you every month. When I saw that, I just HAD to give it a try. I went on to have this service for 3 months and enjoyed the experienced SO much.
Diversifying My Closet
What I love about this service the most is that if your stylist is good, which in my experience they all have been, you will add pieces to your closet that you otherwise probably wouldn’t even approach. I’ve added to my closets a burgundy sweater, a body-con LBD, and a pink blazer. Oh, my outfit from last year’s PoshFest, the striped two-piece jumper is also from DailyLook!
Shop in my own home, AND try things on in my room!
I also love DailyLook for the convenient shipping, both ways, that allows you to go shopping in your own home AND try things on in your own bedroom. Whatever you don’t want to keep, you should it back with the packaging and labels they provided in the original package.
Comparison to Trunk Club
Just for reference, I have also tried using Trunk Club. It’s owned by Nordstrom, so as expected, it comes with very, very, very good customer service. But the styling just wasn’t up to par, after many attempts at communications that resulted in 3 different trunks, I decided to stop using Trunk Club. I have to say DailyLook Elite really stands out to me as the better service provider, whether be it the selection of items, quality of service, stylists’ taste in curating boxes, I personally would stick with the DailyLook Elite Box compared to Trunk Club.
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- This post contains sponsored links from DailyLook where they keep track of clicks and orders that came from Cubicle Chic.
- I received one box of curated items for free in exchange for a review of their service. However, I was purchasing items on my own prior to this collaboration between 2013 to the end of 2015.