Gwynnie Bee

Gwynnie Bee

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Gwynnie Bee is a monthly subscription service for sizes 0-32. Get unlimited access to a closet the size of a department store with unlimited free shipping. For one item out at a time, the cost is $49 a month, for two items - $69, for three items, $95 a month.

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I've been a Gwynnie Bee subscriber for almost 2 years, and I love it. The brands are a lot of higher end brands -- some exclusive, many that are Nordstrom brands. I don't really ever purchase anything, and I basically use it to have a constantly rotating trendy wardrobe. I get sick of clothes quickly, so it's more cost-effective for me to do this than to constantly buy new clothes. I have 7 items at a time, and I figure it's the cost of buying 1 or 2 items each month, or a whole bunch of cheaper items. It actually saves me money in the long run. While there are occasionally some misses that I send back right away, there are enough hits that it's totally worth it. After a while, you learn which brands fit you and which don't, and it is easier to get things that fit all the time. If you're looking for something where you'll buy everything, this probably isn't the box for you. But if you're like me and want new things to wear every few weeks, it's amazing.
on 10/16/2017
 
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I don't know who Gwynnie Bee is trying to cater to, but I'd argue it's not plus sized women with style. Most of the pieces I got in the 1 month free trial were ugly and definitely not worth the price you could buy them for. It looks like it's a hit or a miss and they have very few trendy or pretty plus sized clothes. You'd think they'd get stuff from popular places like Torrid or Lane Bryant but they don't. Most brands are weird names. Was very disappointed.
on 10/15/2017
 
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Disgusting! I got a box and all three items inside were well worn and two were stained! I did not dare wear any of the items and then I requested my $$ back and they refused. I would never recommend this company to anyone ever.
on 1/24/2017
 
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I tried Gwynnie Bee for the free month trial -- I wound up purchasing one dress but every single other piece I received didn't fit. I wear between a 10-12 (which is advertised on the site as having my size) but every single piece of clothing sent to me (save my very first piece) in my "size" was too big. Easy to cancel, no weird charges. Was fun to try but not for me.
on 4/19/2016
 
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I've been subscribing to GB for a year & have been very pleased with the service. The shipping is fast & free, the clothing stylish & good quality, & customer service is awesome! I get the 3-piece rental, but qualified for a free 1-piece lifetime upgrade (as long as I don't cancel my subscription). The company runs seasonal promotions too where they offer a free item upgrade for a few months at a time. You can prioritize the pieces, which is a newer feature of the site. I pay close attention to the reviews & sizing guides/charts because the brands tend to fit very differently. Once you have used the service for a while though, you get to know which brands suit you best. The brands are nice - Johnny Was, Melissa Masse, Taylor Dresses, Spruce & Sage, etc.. You get a discount on items you purchase, although depending on the brand, season, etc., some discounts are better than others. When you purchase a certain amount, you qualify for more discounts on at-home pieces (up to 40% at times), so I take advantage of that. I buy about 1/3 of the items that I receive, which earns me the additional discounts. The only drawback for me is that not all the clothing is available in 10 & 12, which is what I wear. Some of the brands don't make pieces under a size 14, so that can be frustrating. However, GB provides a much-needed service for plus-size customers & I recommend that you give it a try if you have been considering it.
on 3/5/2016
 
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I was thinking of trying this out but then realized it is a RENTAL subscription. I get better deals with in store sales than i would renting with this, i cant believe people waste their money on this.
on 2/10/2016
 
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I tried this service for the free month subscription, and while I still like it in theory, I had trouble filling my "closet" with enough clothes in my style, and ended up only trying 3 items, anyway. I had no trouble cancelling, and a month later have had no weird charges pop up, so I'd recommend giving the free trial a shot if you're thinking about it.
on 12/28/2015
 
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Gwynnie Bee is my first subscription service and I have enjoyed it thus far. My first shipment arrived really quickly and the dress fit perfectly. I'm excited to try on more dresses, especially some of the Taylor Dresses that I would never have been able to try out.
on 4/9/2015
 
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I’m getting very frustrated with GB, I’ve been a subscriber for 5 months now and I’ve had weird shipping issues. I checked my account today and still have items ‘stuck in my closet’ that I returned more than a month ago. I had two items I returned last week and they’ve been removed from my at home section. But things I returned weeks-2 months ago are still in there. I don’t get it, I’m just getting frustrated, also frustrated that I pay a small fortune to try their service and they give out free subscriptions to nearly every blogger out there. I love reading the reviews don’t get me wrong, just seems a little unfair that we pay upwards of $40 to try their service on a month to month basis. I feel the bloggers get more attention, they never seem to have problems and get items super quickly. For a couple weeks I did receive my items very quickly. But lately I had one item in shipping limbo for weeks, there was a shipping label created but they never sent it. Another time I was supposed to get a coat and two dresses in a shipment, I received the two dresses but no coat, and the coat said it had been delivered. I never received it, so I contacted them and they said they’d look into it. The coat showed up like 3 days later, in a dirty box that had already been opened. It was just odd, now I have these items in my closet that I returned long ago that are still in my At Home section. It’s possible it’s just me having these issues, who knows. I do wish there was a Golden Tote plus size option, I’d jump on that in a heartbeat.
on 3/20/2015
 
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I love Gwynnie Bee!! I started with just 3 pieces at a time but I am seriously considering bumping it up to 5. Here are my pros and cons: Pros: -I have a constantly rotating wardrobe -They are always getting in new styles -The clothes are stylish and FIT ME (as someone who is 5'11'' and a size 14, this is a huge deal) -Their website is fun and easy to navigate -I get to try on the styles before I buy them -I don't have to do laundry. Cons: -Price is a bit steep ( $35 for one item, $59 for two items, $79 for three items, $99 for five items and $129 for seven items) -Shipping can tend to be a bit slow but it isn't terrible (I have never had major issues) -Some of their items aren't as discounted as they should be. I am already paying $80 a month, is it really practical for me to have to pay $60 for a used sweater? With that being said I have also gotten some great deals, like a super cute top that was like new for $7. -I also wish that they would allow users to pick an order preference for receiving items. My "closet" is full of items I add months ago but they are shipping me items I just added yesterday. I think I am going to make this suggestion to the company. So far I have gotten some awesome perks: $10 for the first month and a one piece upgrade for my second month! I will be sticking with Gwynnie Bee for the foreseeable future!
on 2/20/2015
 
 
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