Jouer Le Matchbox 

explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $45/quarterly

A brand new subscription box for 2015 from Jouer Cosmetics! This box is filled with makeup and skincare goodies from the brand. This subscription is perfect for anyone looking to develop a makeup collection, or who loves to have a lot of makeup to choose from. I like the wide selection of products, however, I do find the amount of makeup a bit overwhelming, even if it is only quarterly!

Julep Maven Box 

explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $19.99-24.99/month  (Free welcome box for new subscribers, just pay $2.99 shipping!)

Julep Maven is a nail polish and beauty subscription box. Every month, Julep curates a new collection of polish colors and a new beauty product. In the past year, they’ve also opened up their subscription to allow fully customized options where you can pick items from past months that you may have missed. You also can skip the month if you feel like you have too much nail polish or don’t like the offerings. I personally love their nail colors and formulas – the Stardust Finish is my absolute favorite – and I’ve found some really great beauty products over the years.

JustFab Review


explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $39.95 for shoes, accessories, or clothing item (First month, buy one get one free!)

JustFab and Fabletics are owned by the same parent company, and have a similar business model. (So the pick or skip date applies here too.) JustFab offers shoes, accessories, and clothing at a reasonable price in a wide variety of styles. I personally have been pleased with their jeans and boots for the price point.

Rocksbox Review


explained by me!

Cost: $19/month (Use code “seersuckersassxoxo” for your first month free!)

I love Rocksbox!  I never really buy jewelry when I go shopping, so I love that this service sends me three pieces at a time, and I can wear them as long as I would like.  It gives me an opportunity to see what pieces go with my wardrobe, instead of buying a piece and then trying to figure out what I’m going to wear with it.  You can also make requests, so if you have a special event coming up, you could request a piece of jewelry appropriate for that event.  MY favorite thing about Rocksbox is that everyone gets a referral code – not just bloggers.  When someone signs up, you get $25 towards merchandise, allowing you to earn up to $75 a month.  I’ve managed to get all of my Kendra Scott goodies free through Rocksbox, which makes this blogging on a budget gal so happy!  Read more here!

Shoedazzle Review


explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $39.95 for shoes or clothing  (50% off your first item + free shipping!)

While ShoeDazzle isn’t part of the “Fab” family, it also runs the same business model. Trendy clothing and shoe collections are offered at the beginning of each month for a flat price of $39.95. I’ve been happy with sandals and boots I’ve purchased from them in the past, and they often offer some crazy good promotions around the holidays. 

Stich Fix Review

Stitch Fix 

explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $20 styling fee, items you keep vary in price

Stitch Fix is probably most synonymous with “clothing subscription.” You set the schedule to receive your “Fix” and for a $20 styling fee (that you can put towards any purchase from your Fix) you’ll receive a box of clothing and accessories. The element of surprise is probably my favorite part of this service, however if you keep your style profile and Pinterest board up to date, your stylist will more than likely send you great pieces.  Read more here!

The Zoe Report Box of Style 

explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $100/quarterly  ($10 off your first box!)

My absolute favorite box and, of course, it’s the most expensive! I do think it’s worth the splurge, however, because the items I’ve received in past boxes are some of my most treasured pieces now (the fedora from the fall box and the lipstick from the summer box both come to mind as top picks!) I can’t say I dislike anything about this box with the exception of the price, which is a small investment if you’re new to subscription boxes.

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Walmart Beauty Box 

explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $5/quarterly

If you’re a drugstore product junkie, you’ll love this bargain. For $5 every quarter, you’ll receive a random assortment of sample and full-size products that are typically sold at Walmart. Think new Revlon lipsticks, deluxe size mascara samples, shampoo, conditioner, face wash, and sunscreen.

Wantable Style Edit Review

Wantable Style Edit 

explained by Jenn of hellorigby

Cost: $20 styling fee, items you keep vary in price

This is probably Stitch Fix’s current top competitor. Wantable already has an intimates, jewelry, and makeup box, but they recently added clothing to the mix. For a $20 styling fee, receive 5 pieces of clothing tailored to your style profile. Personally, I wasn’t very impressed with any particular box I received, but did like that their pieces were “upgraded” basics.   Read more here!

Whew!  Did y’all know that many subscription services existed?!  A big thank you to my friends Emily, Jenn, Jenny, and Sockwun for collaborating with me on this post!

Which services are you subscribed to?  (If I missed one, shoot me an email!  I have plans to do a follow-up post with more boxes!)

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  1. Breakfast at Lillys
    October 29, 2015 / 6:00 pm

    I have heard of and tried a lot of these but I would really love to try some new ones!Thanks for letting me collab with you and for curating such a wonderful, extensive post. xoxo, Jenny || Breakfast at Lilly's

  2. A Peachy Sonder
    October 29, 2015 / 9:34 pm

    Many of these are new to me and sound great! Thanks for sharing! I'm currently a Birchbox subscriber and love it for many of the reasons above. It's so much easier than going out and selecting new make-up to try, and they do a great job matching your samples to your profile requests in my opinion.

  3. Sydney S
    October 29, 2015 / 9:55 pm

    I love this compilation of all the boxes. There are some that I've never heard of before, but I'll definitely have to check them out!xo,

  4. Anonymous
    October 29, 2015 / 9:58 pm

    What an awesome roundup! I've been looking for a post that compares all of the subscription services out there. Fabletics seems right up my alley.Alessandra |

  5. Kate Steadman
    October 29, 2015 / 11:51 pm

    Fun post! Wow it sounds like you've tried them all. I love the idea of subscription services, but I'm so neurotic I end up not actually liking them because I hate not knowing what I'm getting (or getting something I don't love.) I am a huge fan of Blue Apron though!xo,Sara Kate Styling

  6. Kayleigh Adam
    October 30, 2015 / 12:32 am

    I need to sign up for club w so bad!

  7. Nicole
    October 30, 2015 / 12:41 am

    Wow great job everyone! This is a perfect roundup! I have always wanted to do Julep and I loved my experience with Birchbox. Hopefully I can hop onto Rocksbox soon!Nicole // Chronicling Home

  8. Felice
    October 30, 2015 / 1:06 am

    Ooo this post is no good for me lol! I have an unhealthy obsession with subscription boxes lol! Currently I'm subscribed to Blue Apron and I love how diverse the meas are. Stitch Fix is also one of my favorites. I love that you can send them ideas through Pinterest boards or Polyvore sets and they try their best to find you the pieces you want. One subscription box I'm excited for is the Sephora box that was announced earlier this year.

  9. Fairy Princess Jord
    October 30, 2015 / 3:39 am

    Wow, so many subscription boxes! This list is a great resource! I've never actually subscribed to a subscription box but I love reading about them. I've heard so many great things about Stitch Fix, Rocksbox and Ipsy! I've never heard of many of these so it was really cool to see what they were all about.

  10. Ashley
    October 30, 2015 / 3:42 am

    This is one of the best posts featuring subscription services that I have read! Most of these I have heard of, but I have only tried a handful. A couple, including stich fix and blue apron, I have been dying to try, but have been leery. Definitely going to look in to doing both after your review!! Thank you so much for this incredibly helpful post!xo Ashley

  11. Julia @ Pennies & Paper
    October 30, 2015 / 11:02 am

    It's so nice to have these all in one place for reference! But this is a dangerous post for me–sub boxes are way too much fun. Something about getting a present to unwrap every month… I've used Ipsy, Birchbox, and Graze in the past, plus some others not listed here. Have you heard about the issues with Fabletics though? I've never used it myself, but I know a lot of people felt it was a scam.Julia | Pennies & Paper

  12. Erin Van
    October 30, 2015 / 1:11 pm

    I'm a Le Tote ambassador and would love to share my thoughts on it for your next subscription round up post!

  13. Erin Van
    October 30, 2015 / 1:12 pm

    Oh, and if you haven't heard of Le Tote you can check it out here.

  14. Lindsey Aleson
    October 31, 2015 / 1:48 am

    OMG this is amazing! Such great reviews!

  15. Ashley Brooke Nicholas
    October 31, 2015 / 2:19 pm

    I really want to try Blue Apron! I love cooking but honestly just don't have the time to meal plan and shop for groceries. I think it would change my life!! Such an awesome post, btw!

  16. Allison
    November 3, 2015 / 3:14 am

    This is great! I really want to try Club W!