The Easiest Way to Get My Fall Style

thredUP has been one of my favorite companies to work with over the past couple of years, but this particular partnership may just be the best yet! I teamed up with thredUP stylists to create a curated style box that you guys can order! With their help, I answered a bunch of questions related to my personal style for fall to create this curated style box.

This box is going to make shopping secondhand a snap! When you order, you will fill out a quick quiz to help your stylist further personalize your box. You will put down a $10 deposit and then thredUP will put together a box of ten items that match my fall style– think blazers, booties, jeans and lots of my favorite brands like J. Crew and Madewell– all in your size. When the box arrives, you can try everything on and see what works and what doesn’t. You return anything you don’t want for free and then the $10 deposit goes toward whatever you decide to keep!!

Here’s a sample idea of what kinds of styles and brands might be included in yours. When the weather starts cooling off, my wardrobe pretty much switches over to camels and blacks. I like to keep things casual but polished and lean towards layering. Adding a blazer is my number one style trick. Not only is it practical for when you need another layer for chillier days, it instantly makes an outfit look a little more put together. The best part about keeping a simple palette with pieces for layering is how many outfits you can create from just a few pieces!!

I loved receiving my box. I have to say, I am OBSESSED. I wish shopping was always this easy– I loved everything. And the best part is the prices of the items versus what they retail for. It’s crazy how much you can save.

The items I received:

J. Crew Jeans: Estimated retail was $125, purchased for $24.99

Madewell Jeans: Estimated retail was $130, purchased for $35.99

J. Crew Ruffled Blouse with Tags: Estimated retail was $80, purchased for $28.99

Quilted Crossbody: Estimated retail was $60, purchased for $24.99

J. Crew V-Neck Cardigan: Estimated retail was $60, purchased for $14.99

J. Crew Peter Pan Collar Sweater: Estimated retail was $98, purchased for $22.99

Zara Collection Tweed Blazer: Estimated retail was $100, purchased for $40.99

Theory Blazer: Estimated retail was $385, purchased for $67.99

Banana Republic Corduroy Blazer: Estimated retail was $168, purchased for $15.99

J. Crew Flats: Estimated retail was $158, purchased for $48.99

The total cost of the box was $326.90 (for TEN pieces!) and the estimated retail for the items would have been about $1,364. That’s a savings of about $1,037!! Talk about a style win.

I put together a bunch of different outfits from the pieces and it honestly feels like I have a little capsule collection to work with for the fall.


I had SO much fun doing this and I hope you guys love it too! You can order my curated box now! Don’t forget to send me photos of what you get in your curated box… I can’t wait to see.

Thank you thredUP for sponsoring this post! The curated box is available in the US (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) through 10/10/20.

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Alexa Marsh

I love thredUP! I have been sending my clothes to thredUP for almost a couple of years now. All of their pieces are in such great condition, and it’s wonderful to know that not only is everything discounted, but purchasing buying second-hand it is much more sustainable.


I ordered mine already! This solves a big problem I have with ThredUP: I get overwhelmed! You always find the cutest things there, but I never seem to be able to do that. So, this is a perfect solution!!! I can’t wait for my box to arrive!

Meghan H.

thredUp is the best! I’ve probably gotten 80% of the clothes I’ve bought in the last year there and have been so impressed. Excited to try out this box!


I love these blazers. If possible, sometime in the future (or on stories) can you link the longer black blazer, or similar pieces. Is that the one from Zara?