10 Trunk Club Alternatives for Women + Men

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Last Updated: November 16, 2021

Although I personally love Trunk Club (especially since you can try it risk-free with a $50 credit for your first box), it may not be everyone’s cup of tea. If you’re looking for the top Trunk Club competitors and alternatives, keep reading for some great options you might like better!

Including similar stylist services as well as some other clothing services that are a bit different (like designer purse rentals), you’re bound to find something you’re dying to try!

Best Trunk Club Alternatives

Stitch Fix

Another of the most popular stylist subscription services, you might end up liking Stitch Fix better. They send 5 items per box with a $20 styling fee. Although you can’t view your items before they ship the box, you might end up getting the perfect stylist! 

Plus, if you don’t like your first box, they will refund the styling fee (so there’s no real risk to trying it out). 
While you’re at it, check out the top Stitch Fix alternatives!


Offering both regular style boxes and fitness style boxes, Wantable might just be your perfect alternative! 

They send 7 items per box with a $20 styling fee, applied towards anything you purchase from your box.


Trendsend provides 6–8 pieces to shop from with a $20 styling fee (your first styling fee is just $1)! Their items cost $70 on average and they offer a ton of trendy selections. 

In my experience, they do a great job at capturing your style! However, don’t expect anything under $40. 


With up to 12 hand-picked items per box, there are a ton of options with this styling service! Although the styling fee is $40 (higher than most alternatives), their stylists do a great job. 

That said, items typically cost $60 or more, so this isn’t for you if you’re looking for a more affordable stylist subscription.


Nuuly is a bit different from Trunk Club and their closest competitors, but we believe it’s worth mentioning! Instead of sending you items to purchase, this is a rental subscription created by the founders of Free People and Urban Outfitters. 

For $88 per month, you receive five items you can wear as much as you want. Once the month is over, you send it back for your next set of items. Simple and fun!


Always wanted a closet full of high-end designer bags? This designer bag rental subscription lets you have that, for a fraction of the price (we’re talking bags worth thousands and thousands of dollars). 

They offer three plans based on the value of the bags: $99 a month, $199 per month, or $279 per month. You can swap out your bag monthly. View their entire collection!

ThredUp Goody Box

Known as one of the top online thrift stores, ThredUp also has their own stylist box! This is a great option if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Trunk Club. For just a $10 styling fee, you receive 10 items to shop from.

Although everything is secondhand, they are very strict about what items they sell and everything is typically in great condition. Plus, you can get $10 off your first order!

Frank & Oak Style Plan

With options for both men and women, the Frank & Oak style plan is another excellent Trunk Club alternative. They charge a $25 styling fee (applied towards anything you keep) and send up to 4 items ranging from $29 – $149. 

You also have 10 days to send the items back, which is more than most other stylist plans.

Amazon Wardrobe

If you’re already an Amazon prime member and don’t care about having a personal stylist, Amazon Wardrobe is a great option. This is more of a “try before you buy” subscription, since you don’t get a personal stylist (unless you pay $4.99 per month for the personal shopper plan). 

With Amazon Wardrobe, you’re able to try on up to 8 clothing items and send back what you don’t want within 7 days.

Nadine West

If you want something cheaper than Trunk Club, you can always try Nadine West! Although I personally haven’t had the best experience with them as far as quality and trendiness goes, they have been the cheapest stylist box I’ve tried. 

Everything is between $10 – $30, with the only fee being the shipping (less than $10) applied toward anything you keep. Plus, they typically offer free shipping on your first package, meaning there’s no real risk to trying it out!