Dia and Co is a styling service. Think Stitch Fix, but for plus sizes. When you start they have you fill out a questionnaire about your body type, sizes, and style. I was able to tell them the type of clothes I like and how much I am willing to spend on each type of clothing item. I also shared what I didn’t like. How awesome is that?
The stylist then uses the information you provide them to create a box for you. You can choose to include accessories like purses, jewelry, and scarves too. Once they pick out your items and mail them to you, your credit card on file is charged $20. Once you receive your box, you have five days to decide which items to keep and which to send back. If you decide to keep a piece, your $20 styling fee is credited toward your purchase. If you do not keep an item, you do forfeit the $20 credit to your purchase. I don’t have a problem with that because my stylist is taking time to put together a box. We all know time equals money.
In the past, I tried renting clothes from Gwynnie Bee, but that didn’t work out as I expected. You can read my review of Gwynnie Bee here. I am hopeful that I will enjoy this service where they pick out clothes tailored to my style. All of the Dia and Co reviews on YouTube had me pretty hopeful I would get some good stuff.
First Dia and Co Box:
Strips and Chevron Infinity Scarf $30 (I couldn’t find a good picture of this and I already sent it back)
KIYONNA Asymmetrical Skirt $68
Alice and You Kimono Sleeve Top $40
Second Dia Box:
Modamix Sequins Tank $69
Swak Faux Wrap Top $49.90
Yours Clothing Wrap Dress with Embellishment $69
Swak Patterned Circle Dress $64.90
Again, I didn’t end up keeping anything. It seems like they went farther away from my style when picking out items to send me. The first box, while not great, was a better fit for my personal style. This box seemed like it was picked out for somebody else.