EDIT: I now have a full library of images in Gwynnie Bee clothes I’ve borrowed over the past year. Updated regularly!
I played pretty-pretty-princess (or as close as I’ll ever come to that) this past weekend, inspired by some AMAZING new arrivals from Gwynnie Bee, the Netflix of clothes. You create a virtual closet on their site and fill it with items you want. You can choose from 1-10 pieces out at a time, and when you send one item back in the pre-paid package, they send out another item from your closet. Easy! Check out all my other Gwynnie Bee posts here.
There’s something about new clothes that just give an extra boost of confidence. I tend to “shop” different with Gwynnie Bee since there’s no risk of something not fitting or me not liking it. I could just send it right back and have more stuff sent to me without any wasted return shipping or hassle. Also, I don’t ever have to worry about cost per wear, so I take more risks. (Cost per wear = cost of the item divided by the number of times you wear it.) For example, there is a sequin tank top in my first look below that I LOVE, but know I wouldn’t wear it once per week to get the cost per wear out of it. Gwynnie Bee to the (fashion) rescue.
RELAXED YET VIBRANT
PROFESSIONAL BUT NOT FORMAL
FUN CASUAL LAYERS
Lands End dress – Gwynnie Bee has the green (I posted it here) and burgundy
Moon & Lola necklace
INC. International Concepts faux wrap dress via Gwynnie Bee
Want to check out Gwynnie Bee for yourself? You can try out their service for 30 days – completely risk-free. You won’t be charged unless you continue with the service and you can cancel online at anytime. Simply sign up here.
FTC Disclosure: If you sign up for Gwynnie Bee and mention my name, I get credit towards my subscription costs. This is a service I paid for before all of that, so honestly if you don’t sign up through me, no sweat! I just want people to know about it, regardless.
Do you have a favorite look from these items?
Here are all the images: