12 Best Stitch Fix Alternatives & Competitors in 2021

Last Updated: October 8, 2021

When it comes to clothing subscription services, Stitch Fix is one of the most well-known brands out there. However, there are quite a few Stitch Fix alternatives to consider that you may end up liking better!

We’ve compiled some of our favorite alternatives to Stitch Fix below.

Stitch Fix Alternatives


$20 styling fee

Keep what you love and return the rest. With this simple motto, Wantable is about to become your new favorite fashion subscription service.

Each box includes 7 handpicked items that are intended to match your style. They have both style and active plans for women, as well as an active box for men.

RELATED: My Honest Wantable Reviews

Trunk Club

$25 styling fee

Nordstrom Trunk Club offers thousands of exclusive, high-end brands. For a $25 styling fee that’s applied towards anything you keep, Trunk Club sends you a selection of 10 items.

Trunk Club doesn’t require a recurring subscription either. You can just schedule and pay for a shipment when you are in the mood! In our experience, Trunk Club has done the best job at capturing our style, so we definitely recommend trying it out (plus you can get $50 credit for your first box).

Frank and Oak

$25 styling fee

Frank and Oak offers high-end, fashionable and classy clothing monthly with an emphasis on helping the environment.

This subscription service is fighting to keep the planet healthy and you looking trendy. With free shipping both ways and ten days to decide what you want to keep, Frank and Oak is taking subscription shopping to the next level.

Check out our review of their box!

Nadine West

$9.78 shipping

Nadine West prides itself on surprising and fashionable outfits that you cannot find anywhere else. Best of all, this subscription service won’t break the bank: each item costs between $10 – $30 and you don’t pay any hidden fees, you only pay for the items you keep and a shipping fee (which is of course credited towards your purchase if you like what is sent).

So if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Stitchfix, Nadine West is the perfect option! The only downside is the quality isn’t always as nice as other subscription services, but that’s to be expected when you budget.

Amazon Wardrobe

No styling fee

If you’re a Prime member, there’s another perk you never knew about! Prime Wardrobe lets you try up to 8 clothing items at a time at home. You simply send what you don’t want to keep back within 7 days. Unlike other services, they have no styling fee!

The main difference is that you don’t get a personal stylist to pick items for you (unless you upgrade to the $4.99 per month personal shopper plan). Regardless, it’s a great way to try on items before you buy!


$40 styling fee

Daily Look offers hand-selected articles of clothing based on a personalized style quiz that stylists dig into, making sure you get fashion choices that fit you perfectly.

You receive up to 12 items in each monthly box! You keep only what you love and send back the rest. Prices are $60+ per item, but it’s a great choice if you have the budget.


$21 / month

Rocksbox is all about cutting-edge jewelry delivered straight to your door monthly. Free shipping only makes this subscription service sweeter.

It’s more of a rental service, but it’s still worth mentioning. You get 3 pieces of jewelry at a time and have unlimited swaps with your shipments. You can also keep any jewelry you’d like for an extra cost.

Check out our review to see why it’s one of our favorite subscription services.


$88 / month

Nuuly is simple: you get to rent six high-end items a month for $88. Filled with well-known and exclusive brands you know and love, your hand-picked choices will be sure to spruce up your wardrobe.

You can pause or cancel at any time but it’s unlikely that you’ll want to. Check out our full review!


Starting at $99 / month

Always wanted to rock a Gucci bag?

This new brand lets you rent a variety of designer bags for significantly less than you’d pay to own one. Vivrelle gives you access to hundreds of luxury fashion accessories that will make you feel like the supermodel you are meant to be.

They have a few different plans ($99 a month, $199 a month, or $279 a month). Not too bad considering you get access to items worth over $4,000!

Le Tote

Starting at $59 / month

Le Tote is a clothing rental service that allows you to pick and wear fashionable accessories and clothes for a flat monthly fee.

Wear your choices as many times as you want and, best of all, if you want to buy them you will save up to 50% off the current retail price! Expand your closet and keep what you love.

Rent the Runway

Starting at $69 / month

Rent the Runway offers multiple membership plans, starting at $69 a month (as well as one-time rentals if you need something for a special occasion).

Each plan comes with high-end styles that you are sure to love and wear often. You can wear as much as you’d like and then return! Every style, every season, every type of outfit — all of it is covered with Rent the Runway.


One of the best legging brands around, Fabletics is the perfect Stitch Fix alternative for the fitness obsessed (or just someone who loves comfortable activewear). Their VIP membership is a flat monthly fee of $49.95, but the real value is in their first-time member deals.

They often have 2 for $24 leggings when you sign up. If you don’t want to keep the subscription, you can cancel at anytime. Or, if you don’t see anything you desire one month, just skip that month. You only get new activewear clothing when you really want and need it!

(For more, check out our in-depth review)

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