Personal-style websites are growing in popularity – one that is getting a growing amount of attention is Wantable! This unique personal-style brand is all about creating your dream wardrobe. Today, I wanted to go over my Wantable reviews to share how they work, prices, styling ability, how it compares to the competition, and more!
If you’re ready to see if Wantable will be your new best friend, let’s get started.
What is Wantable?
Wantable is a brand that assigns you a virtual personal stylist to pick out clothing you’d like and send it to you, eliminating the time you spend shopping. They have three options: women’s style, women’s activewear, and men’s activewear.
You start by taking a quick quiz that helps them get to know you and your style (as well as your price range).
Once you receive your seven handpicked items after 7–14 days, you’re able to try items on from the comfort of your home and decide if you want to keep them for the prices listed.
Then, simply send what you don’t want back with their free shipping label. Easy!
Plus, if you keep 5+ of the items selected for you, you will get 20% off. You will also have five days to decide to keep or return your items, then you’ll need to send them back.
Wantable will charge you a $20 styling fee right off the bat, but this gets credited towards any clothing you decide to keep. If you don’t keep anything, they’ll keep your fee.
From there, you will pay for whatever items you want to keep. To keep this on the cheaper side, simply adjust your price range upon taking the styling quiz to help you keep the cost down.
My Wantable Reviews
Now that we’ve gone over what the brand is, let’s get into my Wantable reviews! I’ve tried two boxes from them so I could leave my honest opinion (plus, I’ve tried out quite a few other stylist subscriptions, so I have good insight into what they’re like).
Unfortunately, I’ll have to give their styling ability a pretty low rating. There were a few items that I almost liked, but nothing excited me. I didn’t want to waste the $20 styling fee, so I kept a shirt I wasn’t too interested in. I’ve definitely had other services do a way better job at capturing my style (such as Trunk Club).
That said, I haven’t tried their Activewear styling box, so this might be better (although it’s definitely easier to pick out activewear for somebody).
Despite giving them a price range, most of my pieces were more expensive than I selected in the quiz. This was a pretty big bummer! They weren’t significantly more expensive, so I didn’t give it a terrible rating.
Overall, I personally wasn’t a big fan of Wantable. However, I still have yet to try their activewear plan. Plus, everyone seems to have different experiences with the brand, so it might still be worth trying out.
Other Wantable Reviews
I’m only one person and everyone has different experiences, so we searched through hundreds of other reviews to see what top comments were. Here are some snippets:
“I ordered a box and did not like any of the items, which was disappointing enough, but after checking out and returning all of the items quickly, I received notice from my bank that I was charged $250+ for the entire box.”
“Received my box yesterday, returned it all. Nothing matched, plus they were overpriced.”
“I am pleased with the quality of the products! My stylist really got me too, and it felt fashion-forward.”
“I have never lost out on my styling fee, I always kept something.”
Overall: Is Wantable Worth It?
Overall, there seems to be both good and bad Wantable reviews online – their average review falls around 2-3 stars. On top of that, I personally didn’t have a very good experience with the brand. If this is your first styling service, you might be better off trying a different company (like Trunk Club or Stitch Fix) before trying Wantable.