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Since my family and I have been mostly home since the pandemic, I’ve been doing more online shopping. Even though I haven’t ventured out to stores or the malls much, I still want some new looks! So I recently ordered myself a spring Fashom fashion box. See the items I received in my spring Fashom box below, and be sure to watch my unboxing video at the bottom of this post!
Since Fashom is a non subscription service, I can request a Fashom box whenever I like.
Fashom is a fun service where a stylist picks five fashion items for you and sends them straight to your door. You get free shipping and pay a $20 styling fee. But if you purchase any item in your box, that $20 fee goes toward your purchase. Plus, your first styling session is free (without the $20 fee).
Being a dog owner, I also like that $1 from every box goes to Second Chance Rescue in NYC. (A pet rescue service.)
Before requesting my spring Fashom box, I took a short quiz about my style preferences and gave details about my height and weight, etc. I got to preview the styles before they were sent out to me.
Ready to see what I received in my spring Fashom box? Let’s take a look!
Zenobia Koshibo Floral Print Center Back Spaghetti Top
When I requested my Fashom box, I requested some tops for spring. The Zenobia Koshibo Floral Print Center Back Spaghetti Top ($28) was one of the first items I tried on.
I love the green color of this top and the pretty floral print. Green is my favorite color. It reminds me of being out in nature or walking in a forest, where I love to be.
The top falls a little past my waist, which I like. The fabric is light and comfortable – which is perfect for spring. The open spaghetti back is cute, too. I don’t often go for things like open backs (I tend to pick no nonsense clothes), but I decided to risk it this time!
Royalty Denim Jacket
I paired my new floral Fashom floral top with the Royalty Denim Jacket ($56). I had asked my stylist to send a spring jacket. At first I was disappointed that my stylist picked a denim jacket, as I already own one.
But after trying on the jacket, I really liked it. This jacket is more structured than the other denim jacket I own. Plus, this jacket has a lighter wash and is a little more casual. Plus, it really looks good with my new green floral top.
Mono B: Hazel Highwaist Leggings
One item I was hoping to receive in my spring Fashom box was some leggings, tights or lightweight sweat pants. Since my family and I have been doing school and work remotely, I’ve been wearing more casual clothes.
My stylist certainly delivered on this one! In my box was a pair of Hazel Highwaist Leggings by Mono B.
I love these pair of leggings. A big plus are that they are high waisted, which I prefer.
The leggings are also lightweight for spring. Plus, they have a pocket on each leg. The pockets are perfect for stashing my cell phone or my keys while I’m on the daily hour walks that I take with my Shih Tzu pup, Mochi. With these leggings, I can walk just about anywhere with my pup!
Chris & Carol: Mia Front Knot Top
In my box, I also received the Christ & Carol Mia Front Knot Top ($38). This soft, long-sleeved shirt is a good transitional top for spring – when the weather fluctuates between warm and cold.
I wasn’t wild about how this top looked on me – I tend to like wearing darker or deeper colors instead of pastels. I was also looking to add some lightweight spring (short sleeved) tops to my spring wardrobe. So I didn’t think this item was essential for my wardrobe.
Mittoshop: Jenessa Polkadot Top
The last item I received in my box was the Mittoshop: Jenessa Polkadot Top ($46). This top looks cute with the denim jacket I received. But I wasn’t in love with the super big black polkadots on this shirt, and at $46, this is a pricey T-shirt. So I decided to pass.
Easy Shopping with Fashom
Completing my order with Fashom was easy. All I had to do was go to my order in my Fashom account online and select which items I had chosen to keep and then check out. I then used the addressed, postage-paid Fashom shipping envelope I was given to package the two tops I was returning. I then put the envelope in my mailbox, and I was done! I didn’t even have to make a trip to the post office.
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What do you think of my spring Fashom box? Please share in the comments.