Monday, August 29, 2016

For the Love of JustFab

Last month or so, I posted a few of my daily walks from my car to my office on SnapChat, which was basically a video of my feet walking.  It was just a way for me to say "Hello social media, I'm alive" but  then friends and followers started commenting on my shoes (where I got them, how much, are they comfortable, etc.) so I decided to put together a little post to answer those questions as well as give you a quick rundown of my experiences with JustFab so far.

I've been a JustFab member for a few years now (since 2014) and just about every shoe I own (with the exception of sneakers) is from JustFab.  That's 35 pairs of shoes that I've purchased from JustFab so far (plus 2 blazers and 5 bags), so I like to think I'm pretty knowledgeable when it comes to JustFab products.  I plan to do a haul/review post every time I get new items in the future and I'll also post a review of my last purchase sometime this week, in case anyone is interested in the same items.

What is JustFab?

It's basically a subscription-like service where you are charged a monthly fee of $39.95 to use towards an item unless you log in and "Skip the Month" or make a purchase by the 5th of every month.  Each month, you'll have new "picks" that you can choose from or you can browse the entire website to find something you like.  If you don't skip the month by the 5th, you will be automatically charged the $39.95 and your account will reflect the credit.

*Tip:  Try to budget for the $39.95 charge so that you can save up your credits.  JustFab has sales pretty often, so keeping those credits for an epic sale is really the best way to get the most out of your budget.

What kind of quality should I expect?

For me, the shoes and bags are well worth the price.  I've only had one heel break on me but I assume it was due to something else and not the quality of the shoe because I order the same shoe in two different colors and only that one shoe broke.  As with any online order, sometimes the fit of a certain item can be a little off so ALWAYS read reviews before purchasing so you know what to expect as far as the fit goes.  I'm normally a size 7 in flat shoes so I always go a half to a full size down when purchasing heels since your feet tend to slide forward more.

*JustFab has recently started adding extra rubber heel soles so you can replace them when they get worn out.  This is so awesome because my heels get worn out fast walking through my office's parking area and now I don't have to throw out or replace my shoe when it does.

As for the clothing, I've only purchased 2 blazers so far and the quality wasn't really all that great.  One was a crepe polyester material that looked more green in person than the dusty brown it appeared to be online.  The other was polyester material as well but it was just okay.  Both weren't really things I would have paid $40 for had I seen them in an actual store, but you win some, you lose some.  And no, I didn't return them, I just kept them.  I don't like returning things and have never returned online purchases because I can't deal with the hassle of shipping it back.  I usually just keep the items and either resell them or gift them to someone else.

How do I sign up?

Head over to JustFab (yes, that is an affiliate link), take the style quiz, and start shopping.  They usually have new member promos going on (20% off your first item, buy one get one free, etc.) so your first purchase is pretty much a steal.

Anything else I should know?

You earn points for every dollar you spend and reviews you write on their website.  Points can be redeemed towards items such as jewelry, nail polish, fun accessories, beauty items, and extra discounts so remember to review your items when you receive them to rack up those points!

P.S.  For a quick rundown of the items I've got so far, check out my JustFab Pinterest Board.


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