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Clothing subscription boxes solve multiple problems. For the men who hate going shopping and trying to dress in dimly lit locker rooms, this personalized service brings an array of options right to your doorstep to try and take every item on your own time. If you’re stuck recycling the same shirt/pants every week, this is a great way to broaden your clothing horizons and update your personal style into the modern age. Plus, now that the holidays are just around the corner, subscription boxes make great gifts for men.
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The detailed Stitch Fix survey and personal shopper help focus on your clothing tastes and preferences before curating a chest of goodies filled with designer-approved fashion tailored to your lifestyle. You can set your budget to what works for you (from $25 to $500) and you won’t be limited by any recurring deliveries. A design fee of $20 per delivery is added to whatever item you decide to keep, and with each order, the algorithm and stylist get to know you better.
Amazon Prime Wardrobe
You can get just about anything from Amazon, including a brand new locker. Prime Wardrobe from Amazon lets you choose up to eight items from your selection of clothing and footwear to try at home. The best part? It’s included in your Prime membership, so you only pay for what you keep. If you want professional design recommendations, you can upgrade to Personal Shopper from Prime Wardrobe for an additional $5 per month, which combines Amazon’s know-it-all AI with the eye of a real-life personal designer to give you a selection of items to choose from. Preview and choose your items before they ship, at which point you have seven days to decide which items you want to keep or send back. Amazon’s unparalleled selection of brands in every budget makes this service a no-brainer, especially if you already have Amazon Prime.
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Nordstrom Trunk Club
If you want a more advanced and modern service, Nordstrom Trunk Club offers personalized recommendations from a professional stylist to help upgrade your wardrobe. Designers learn about your preferences with a short online quiz and one-on-one chat to help make their selections. After that, they get to work coordinating looks from a variety of clothes, accessories, and shoes from all of Nordstrom’s brands. The cost varies depending on the pieces you keep, but you can expect casual items to fall in the $25-$300 range. The $25 design fee is automatically applied to any item you decide to keep, and you can return the rest for free.
Guys with an eye for accessories will enjoy the Gentleman’s Box. It’s a subscription service that offers four to six fashion and lifestyle accessories each month, with items including watches, socks, ties, cufflinks, and more. The items in each box are designed to be worn together, so when you receive a colorful tie, you’ll receive color-coordinated socks. Get the latest lifestyle and personal care products delivered straight to your door for $35 a month.
Bespoke mailboxes offer themed boxes filled with everyday essentials like socks, pennies, and more quality goods at an affordable price. For $45 per month, you get access to a selection of new chests each month. Membership includes the opportunity to customize styles and colors, switch in another box, or skip the month altogether. Members also receive discounted prices on store products, which go beyond clothing. Pick unique items for home, bar accessories, or outdoor gear at the Bespoke Post, or roll the dice and see which items are included in your next chest.
Threadlab is a sustainable clothing subscription fund with a mission to raise awareness of mission-driven eco-friendly clothing brands. Like the other opinions on this list, Threadlab uses testing to help determine your style, preferences, and budget in order to make the best recommendations. The test is also used to match you with brands that align with your values, so you know your clothing choices are geared toward the causes you care about and that actually make a difference.
Pricing varies from $99 per month for a Starter Kit to $499 for a complete kit. You can preview each order before it ships and make any swaps as necessary. Shipping and returns are always free, and you can return any item from Threadlab within one year of purchase.
Threadbeast is a clothing subscription service with trendy streetwear choices in every box. The tiered membership plan allows you to customize your chest based on your needs and budget, starting at $60 for the basic plan, which comes with 2-3 items, primarily tops and accessories. The next step is the Basic plan ($95) which includes 4-5 items, followed by the Premium plan ($150), which contains 6-7 items such as premium denim and outerwear. The Baller Plan comes in at $290 and contains 9-11 items, including premium pieces, and a pair of shoes with each box. You have up to seven days from the date you received your last package to pause, skip, upgrade/downgrade, or cancel your membership completely.
Menlo Club differs from other subscription funds in that you don’t pay per item. Instead, your $60 per month membership fee gets you 2-3 pieces of coordinated apparel from brands including Melrose Place, Five Four, New Republic and Grand Running Club. Your membership also gives you a lifetime discount of 25% on all items in the Menlo online store. The initial pattern test determines your pattern profile, which helps determine the types of pieces you receive each month. Each pack is based on previous Menlo Club packages and what’s already in your closet, so the longer you stay, the more cohesive your wardrobe will be. You can pause your membership for up to three months at a time, or cancel at any time. Low commitment, high reward.
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If you enjoy the process of shopping and designing your own look, you may think that clothing subscription boxes are not for you. Not so fast. Basic Man is a clothing subscription service for items you wear every day but rarely restock. Every month, they’ll send you the same three items: a shirt, panties, and socks in neutral colors. Upgrade your everyday essentials for just $20 a month, with no additional item or return fees. Ditch those ten-year-old underwear and those hole-toe socks and make room in the drawers for some fancy new everyday favorites.
Trendy Butler is great for the guy who isn’t afraid to experiment with his wardrobe. This service uses an algorithm with 250 data points to select items based on your tastes, and sends out a box every month with items they think you’ll enjoy. Each box is a surprise, and you can always expect at least two items in your shipment. For $65 per month, customers receive $116 worth of trendy clothing, which includes brands like Psycho Bunny, Anthony Morato, and Ben Sherman. Each box is designed to build your wardrobe with essential pieces you can wear together. If something doesn’t fit or doesn’t quite fit, Trendy Butler will be happy to return it or exchange it for a different size at no cost to you.
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