With various companies rolling out their eventual return-to-office plans, you’re likely thinking more about back-to-work apparel — what’s sharp, what’s trending, and what you’ll feel your best in after a year of lounge wear. (It’s a real shame that sweatshirts and leggings don’t cut it in most corporate settings.) (Single tear emoji.) But if the idea of rebuilding your work wardrobe after a year on the couch is daunting, we have a solution. Clothing subscription services offer a more efficient, streamlined way to shop for back-to-work clothes — no prolonged mall trips looking for that elusive pair of slacks needed.
Available in a variety of prices and frequencies, the “subscription” model of shopping runs the gamut; from monthly-fee memberships where customers can constantly rotate their closets (like Rent the Runway) to the “shop at home” structure where shoppers can receive boxes for small fees and pay only for what they keep (like Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe). Maybe you’re simply not a fan of the brick-and-mortar experience and want to test out clothing from the privacy of your bedroom, or you’re craving sartorial variety but lack the space, budget, and/or desire to own more stuff than you need. No matter your situation, there’s definitely a subscription service out there for you. We found 16 of them and broke them down by cost, sizing availability, and overall vibe; so that you can decide which one is best to serve you best when it comes to your back-to-work wardrobe.
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