The Five Four Club is one of the new emerging ways to shop for clothing. Instead of spending hours at a store, Five Four gets your measurements and clothing style choice and shops for you. Unlike other clothing subscriptions, the Five Four Club makes their own brand of clothing only available to their subscribers.
Five Four Club Review: How It Works
Five Four Club did a great job streamlining the process of joining up. Customers first step is to take a quiz that will allow Five Four to tailor their clothing specifically for you. The next step is entering your billing details and paying the $60 fee. The $60 gets you around 3 items each month based on the season. I was lucky enough to get 4 items for the first season I signed up for.
Customers can then exchange any of the items for different sizes if they don’t fit. Unlike Trendy Butler or Stitch Fix, Five Four doesn’t allow you to return items you don’t like. I’m not exactly sure how I feel about this. On one hand I am often tempted to return items with Trendy Butler because I have the option. So by removing that choice, I almost end up enjoying my Five Four items more. Check out what I received below and see what you think.
My Five Four Club Items
Check out the items I received below.
Five Four Club Review Summary
Overall Rating 9.3
I enjoyed my Five Four Club experience over all. I do feel like I got a good deal for the $60 I spent this month. 1 nice pair of pants and 3 shirts would have easily cost me over a $100 at the store. Everything fit nicely except for one shirt which I could send back for a different size or I might try to shrink myself. Shipping was free and it is very easy to cancel at any time. I will keep trying Five Four until my style changes.