The Wardrobe Introduces New Subscription Boxes That Give Back

The Wardrobe (formerly Career Wardrobe), a Philadelphia-based nonprofit, introduces The Wardrobe Box, a new subscription shopping service offering style and sustainability on a social mission. The Wardrobe has been outfitting people for work and life for the past 25 years. Now they are using their inventory of high-quality, secondhand clothing to send personally curated Wardrobe Boxes.

With the goal of eliminating clothing insecurity, Wardrobe Box customers and clients around the country will receive personalized boxes based on their unique style profiles. Wardrobe Box subscribers will receive four new-to-them pieces of clothing and one seasonal accessory for 70-90% off retail prices every season.

In addition to providing curated fashion and an environmental benefit, every purchase sends a Box to someone in need of clothing to transform their life.

Boxes are available for all genders and style preferences and feature brands like Vince Camuto, Anthropologie, Tahari by ASL, Free People, J. Crew, and Banana Republic – some new with tags! – and specialty vintage items.

Annual subscriptions are $220 prepaid for four Boxes per year ($55 + free shipping) and quarterly subscriptions are $65/Box + shipping charged seasonally. One-time Try on Boxes are $75 + shipping with discounts available for later subscriptions. Please visit to learn more.

ABOUT THE WARDROBE (Formerly Career Wardrobe)

The Wardrobe is a nonprofit social enterprise that uses clothing to inspire change. The Wardrobe believes clothing shouldn’t be a barrier to success and works to eliminate clothing insecurity. Like food and housing insecurity, clothing insecurity is real and limits opportunity. After leaving The Wardrobe, clients shine from the inside out with clothing that helps them fit in with their peer group or make a great impression during their job search.

The Wardrobe’s Outfit for Life or Work programs help people with the clothing and confidence they need to stabilize their lives after experiencing trauma, incarceration or homelessness as well as when they are ready to transition to work with a professional first impression. Clothing services are accompanied by professional and personal development workshops and support opportunities. Clients can receive services either in person or virtually through the new Wardrobe Box program.

The Wardrobe locations in Philadelphia (413 N. 4th Street) and Lansdowne/Upper Darby (62 West Marshall Road) are currently open Monday-Saturday from 11-6 p.m. for shopping and client appointments. Please visit for more information. #TheWardrobeBox #WearYouAre


Source: The Wardrobe