The Trunk Club + HonestlyKate
What's in my trunk?
Photography by Meg Niemann | @MSNPhotography
This post is all about The Trunk Club!!! The Trunk Club service was started to solve a simple problem: shopping for clothes in stores. With Trunk Club, you’ll discover great clothes that are perfect for you without ever having to go shopping. The Trunk Club combines top brands, expert service, and unparalleled convenience to deliver a highly personalized experience that helps you look your best.
I first discovered The Trunk Club from one of their expert stylists, and dear friends of mine Liz Vitiello (email@example.com). With blogging and acting I am always on the go, so using a service like The Trunk Club has helped me to simplify my life tremendously, especially in those hectic times where you feel like you have nothing to wear. I’ve been using The Trunk Club for a few months now and it has really been a life savor!
How The Trunk Club works is that you set up a call with your stylist (mine being Liz!), and tell them all your sizes, favorite brands, and pieces you love, then your stylist finds pieces that he/she thinks match your description. Then all the items are sent directly to your home in the cutest little trunk. Once you try on all your pieces, you can decide what you want to keep and what you want to send back. The trunk comes with an easy to use free return label that you then drop right off at UPS. The Trunk Club saves me from doing a million returns to a million different stores! I swear, returning and picking up clothing can really seem like a full time job!
In the trunk I received above I picked out a few really fun casual looks, and all the pieces got me super excited for spring!… Especially, the Marc Fisher chunky heels!!! Who else is totally over winter? If you have any other questions about The Turk Club service, please comment below and I will be sure to answer!
PSA: If you happen to live in NYC I highly suggest visiting The Trunk Club showroom at the Lotte New York Palace Hotel. It is absolutely stunning. Each “shopping room” is decorated by a different designer and made to represent the different brands. I have really never seen anything like it!