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ThreadLab is a men’s clothing styling service. They take your profile data and deliver a package of clothing items you request in your sizes, styles, and budget. You can have boxes delivered on a set schedule or on demand.
ThreadLab ships via UPS within 24-48 hours from order date.
ThreadLab sent me a sample box – I didn’t fill out a style profile for this one, so I was very curious to see what they would send. My husband (aka B) loves the convenience of clothing boxes.
ThreadLab bills you when your order ships. You have 365 days (yes, a full year) to return any items that you don’t like or that don’t fit well.
Each shipment includes details on how the subscription works and what you need to do if you’d like to return items. The box includes a prepaid UPS return label for easy returns.
The August 2016 ThreadLab box included the following pieces:
~PX Clothing Blue & White Checked Shirt ($39.99): I am not familiar with this brand, but I like the cut and style of it. It’s something B would wear (although he’d prefer long sleeves), but it was a tad snug across the chest.
~Suburban Riot Charcoal T-Shirt ($24.99): I am not really sure I understand this shirt (a corvette front with a limo back), but I like it. And so does B. It’s very retro looking.
~Element Mid Indigo Jeans ($47.99): These jeans are great. The price point is perfect, and I love the almost dirty looking wash. They were a little snug on B but weren’t skin tight. I think Element is sold at Nordstrom, and I am hoping my local store carries the line.
~ThreadLab Socks (Bonus Item): I think ThreadLab tossed these in as a bonus item as they weren’t listed on my information sheet. They are well-made, and I think the stripes are very fun.