Style Theory Review by Drea Chong – 3 Tips To Maximise Your Subscription

Jet-setting around the world while juggling her own business is no easy feat, let alone doing so remarkably stylishly. We asked Andrea Chong (@dreachong), who inspires us with her travel fashion and unique personal style, for her first thoughts about her Style Theory box and reviews why a fashion subscription service is a¬†great complement to her girl boss’ wardrobe.

Mix & Match: Pair Your Current Staples With Style Theory Pieces

Drea Chong in Last Dance Skirt Orange by KEEPSAKE from Style Theory

Maximise your capsule wardrobe when you rent designer pieces you don’t have to own to try!

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Drea Chong in Spring Plaid Jacket by NU PARCC from Style Theory

Think classic outerwear that would take up too much space in your wardrobe, blazers that require dry-cleaning and ironing frequently, or expensive designer pieces that you want to covet. These would be the perfect complement to your staple denims and white tees, for starters!

Go For Bold: Statement Tops

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Drea Chong in Last Dance Bodice by KEEPSAKE from Style Theory

Hate repeating outfits? Us too. Add statement tops to your Style Theory box to experiment with fashion pieces.

Go for easy pieces that accentuate your best features.

Take It Further: Matching Sets

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Drea Chong in Last Dance Bodice and Last Dance Skirt Orange by KEEPSAKE from Style Theory

Take your statement tops from day to night when you swop it out for a matching skirt.

The sky’s the limit when you expand your style horizons to include stylish separates and statement outerwear. Experiment with layering, new colours, and bold silhouettes to maximise your current wardrobe and your new way of life–fashion rental!

Get started with new chic styles for any day of the week and every occasion of the year!

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