A Little Too Much Business, Not Enough Casual. DailyLook Elite Review #1

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Here’s how DailyLook Elite works:

1) Sign up and create your own personal style profile
2) Schedule your first shipment (how exciting!)
3) Receive and try on your clothing in the comfort of your own home, styled with pieces that you already own
4) Check out online, within 5 days. Leave detailed feedback about what you loved and what you didn’t like so much. Every bit of information helps your stylist grow
5) Mail back your returns with the provided pre-paid postage
6) Show off your new items! 🙂

I was really interested in trying out the DailyLook Elite Box and comparing it to my Stitch Fix experience. It works almost the same way, except the style fee is $40 and you receive 7 – 11 items in your box. It would also appear that they lean towards a more business type of clothing than casual. The thing I dislike the most is that you can’t leave a note for your stylist anywhere, although they do give you their e-mail which you can use any time.

I should mention that I did previously attempt to try this service a year ago, but had to cancel because after looking at my bank statements I realized that they had been charging me the $40 styling fee for two months without sending me a single box! I was willing to give them a second chance after I’d cooled off a bit from this situation.

I don’t have any pictures of myself styling the clothing this time around, because I received this box long before I decided to make this blog. I will give a short blurb about my impression of the item though. Sorry for the inconvenience, but please feel free to use any of these pictures for pinning purposes.

Without further ado,
DailyLook Elite Box #1

This note wasn’t exactly personalized, but I did like that it provided suggestions for pairing and styling the different items.

Dailylook Vivian Long Line Vest – $89.99

I don’t know how this item found its way into my box. It’s just so completely against my style. Not only do I not wear vests, but I certainly don’t want to wear a vest that falls all the way to my knees. It swallowed me whole!

Jordan Anthony Vegan Leather Metal Trim Shoulder Bag – $32.99

I wish that the yellow on this bag was more pronounced, because I feel as though I’d have liked it better. It was kind of on the small side for my needs and incredibly stiff.

Glamorous Floral Cross Back Midi Dress – $59.99

This midi dress was so big on me that my boobs were almost falling out of it because of how low the V sat on my chest. It was already an XS, which meant that there was no fixing that problem even if I wanted to.

Dailylook Bed Ready Blouse – $59.99

I guess it’s good as far as button-up shirts go, but I don’t wear button-up shirts because I find that they are too high maintenance. Not to mention, I’m an RN so when will I actually have an opportunity to wear something like this?

Dailylook Hudgen Fit and Flare Dress – $59.99

I guess when you check off cleavage as “keep it covered” this is what you get. I’m totally unimpressed that they ignored this portion of my style profile. It’s pretty much my one and only absolute no.

Dailylook Venetian Lace Skirt – $59.99

This skirt is amazing in theory. If only it fit on me like it does on this model! I also wish that the slip went a little further down the skirt. I think it just looks weird the way it is.

Dailylook Strapless Sash Jumpsuit – $49.99

Jumpsuits are just comical on me. I wish I could have gotten a good laugh, but they actually sent a jumpsuit with a broken zipper, so I couldn’t even try it on! Ugh..!

So my first box was a flop. Well, that could happen with any service so I won’t stress it too much. Hopefully with my feedback and some more direction my Elite boxes will start to get better. Thanks for checking out my little blog!

Until next time,
Tia 🙂

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