Netflix for clothes

@T_gray (7836)
Salina, Kansas
March 23, 2016 2:55pm CST
I can't remember what I was watching this morning, one of the morning news shows on NBC...But they were talking about this new thing where you could get clothes similar to Netflix. You pay a yearly amount. I think they said $120 something....maybe more. It was pretty expensive in my opinion. And you pick out three outfits that get mailed to you. Every time you send one back, you get another one mailed to you that you have pick out online. Like Netflix. Make sense? They were talking about all the benefits to this, like limited space in your closest. Fresh new looks through out the year. And stuff like that. What do you think about this? Would you do this if it were available to you?
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• United States
23 Mar 16
I have never heard anything about this Tiff. Is it on the actual Netflix site? Sounds strange.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
no, silly, it has nothing to do with Netflix. It just is similar to how Netflix works.
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• United States
23 Mar 16
@T_gray Oh haha
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@sharon6345 (118425)
• United States
23 Mar 16
no i would not want to keep recycling clothes other people were wearing.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
That's what I thought too. Surely they clean them...but still....
@sharon6345 (118425)
• United States
23 Mar 16
@T_gray Yes but still it gives me the creeps.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Mar 16
@sharon6345 yeah it kinda does
@JudyEv (118825)
• Bunbury, Australia
24 Mar 16
This is a new idea. I suppose it would work but how long before the clothes start to look used? I wonder how well the idea will work.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Mar 16
I was just commenting about how they clean them and how long the loan them out before they get rid of them. I would have to read the fine print for sure.
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@JudyEv (118825)
• Bunbury, Australia
24 Mar 16
@T_gray I guess they've thought it through pretty thoroughly. No reason why it wouldn't work.
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@theBlock (2615)
• United States
24 Mar 16
@T_gray I'm sticking to thrift stores, baby!
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Mar 16
I agree
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@teamfreak16 (40502)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
23 Mar 16
It honestly think it sounds like a good idea.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
I just think they need to lower the price a bit
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@TRBRocks420 (73795)
• Banks, Oregon
23 Mar 16
Sounds kind of weird to me. I will just stick to buying them at the store lol.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
I think "renting" things is starting to be the new fad
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@kevin1877uk (36941)
26 Mar 16
Cool I think lol. It's not often I buy clothes, the last time I did was for a wedding this time of year, last year.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
26 Mar 16
I think it is pricey personally. I buy my clothes from the thrift stores...hehe
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@kevin1877uk (36941)
26 Mar 16
@T_gray I will buy my from tesco were they are cheap lol
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
26 Mar 16
@kevin1877uk I don't know what that is but if they are cheap, then heck yeah!!....
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@flapiz (4151)
• Australia
24 Mar 16
This is very interesting. 120 annually is quite cheap if you think of all the clothes you could change into. I do wonder if that includes the delivery and the return cost? If the clothes were autoclaved or sterilised I wouldn't mind so much. I've worn hospital scrubs and they undergo sterilisation so it's not too creepy for me.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Mar 16
Yeah...I was wondering about the cleaning of the clothes myself. I would for sure read the fine print on that one.
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@flapiz (4151)
• Australia
25 Mar 16
@T_gray If you see the fine print can you tell me if the clothes are branded as well?
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
25 Mar 16
@flapiz hehe, I am not even sure what this company is. I just saw it on the news... But if I find out I will let you know
@pgiblett (6603)
• Canada
23 Mar 16
I am not sure I like the idea of renting clothes. I prefer to buy them, but then again some of those duff purchases could certainly go back.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
I think this renting stuff is starting to be the new fad
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@pgiblett (6603)
• Canada
24 Mar 16
@T_gray Maybe but it isn't new. My father told me about conditions when he was a child and how much of the household possessions were rented.
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@Blondie2222 (21220)
• United States
26 Mar 16
Sounds fishy to me but i would not try something like that. I would want to keep my clothes instead of keep sending them back and i wouldn't pay that price either too expensive.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
26 Mar 16
I thought the price was rather high too
@jstory07 (65284)
• Roseburg, Oregon
24 Mar 16
Does someone else wear those clothes. I do not think I would like this idea.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
24 Mar 16
I assume they do...I would hope they clean them really good....hehe
@Lucky15 (33427)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
sounds okay, but, no for me :) and quite expensive
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
I thought it was expensive too
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@maezee (31558)
• United States
23 Mar 16
Ooh I am not sure. What is it doesnt fit right or looks silly? And what if you get a stain on it? I would just rather go to the thrift store so I can destroy my clothes. Ha! But its an interesting idea.
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@T_gray (7836)
• Salina, Kansas
23 Mar 16
Me too, I love the thrift stores...and they are cheap enough, when you get bored with them you can donate them and go buy more.
• United States
3 Nov 16
I personally need to try on clothes before I buy them cause I am slender, unusual to find the 'perfect fit' and would not be satisfied with having to send stuff back and the hassles involved. $120.oo sure does seem a lot of money for just three outfits though . . . Are you buying anything from them now @T_gray ?