My ELOQUII Unlimited Review As A Size 28

ELOQUII Unlimited Review Table of Contents

As a longtime Gwynnie Bee subscriber (my subscription is gifted from the brand, however, I was a paid subscriber prior to our relationship) I was elated when ELOQUII announced they were getting into the subscription game with ELOQUII Unlimited.

I signed up for the free trial, put 12+ items in my closet, and eagerly awaited my first delivery. From my initial pool of items, I received the Ruffle Neck Mock Wrap in Galentine’s Day (no longer available, the Peach Lift Button Fly Jean in Dark Wash, $99.95, the Mixed Media Blouse, $69.96, also available in white, and the Slim Trouser With Side Stripe in Black & White. I received the items promptly, especially considering how strained the USPS is at this time.

ELOQUII Unlimited Pricing

I signed up for a free trial of the $79 (plus tax) plan, which gives subscribers access to four items out at a time. Unlimited exchanges, free shipping and returns, and discounts on items at home are all included in the subscription fee. These are consistent with Gwynnie Bee’s plans, though you receive more items for a lower monthly fee with ELOQUII Unlimited.

ELOQUII Unlimited Product Selection

Unlike with Gwynnie Bee, all items available through ELOQUII Unlimited are available in the advertised size range, 14-28. Since ELOQUII’s relaunch, they have been known as the Zara of plus size fashion, aka on-trend pieces with a mix of casual, business, and special occasion styles.

While all of the items offered via Unlimited are currently or were once available on the main ELOQUII website, the assortment is safer and more wearable.

Here’s a breakdown of the items I received and the outfits I created with the four pieces.

My ELOQUII Unlimited Outfits

ELQOUII Unlimited Review Outfit 1
ELQOUII Unlimited Outfit 1
ELOQUII Unlimited Review Outfit 2
ELOQUII Unlimited Outfit 2
ELOQUII Unlimited Review Outfit 3
ELOQUII Unlimited Outfit 3

Customer Service Experiences

Although I didn’t exchange my items for different styles, Twitter user @Elle_Lo shared that during her subscription, she wanted to keep one out of the four items at home to try with different bottoms. She was given two options from customer service: return all at-home items or buy the item she wanted to try with other styles.

And in fact, this is stipulated in the description of the ELOQUII Unlimited service. “When you’re ready for a new box, send back all four items or purchase your favorites at a members-only discount.” This is a stark contrast to Gwynnie Bee’s service, which allows you to exchange any number of at-home items for another piece in your closet.

I signed up for the free trial for review purposes, when I went to cancel my membership, I was surprised that the only options for cancellation were via phone or email. I emailed customer service and fortunately, received a very quick response. I was offered $20 off my next month’s subscription if I wanted to continue. I confirmed the cancellation and was told that the items must be sent back by the last day of membership, with ELOQUII receiving the items seven days from my message.

Final Verdict

If money were no object, I would love to continue my ELOQUII Unlimited subscription. Unfortunately, $80 a month is not feasible for me at this time, but I would love to sign up again in the future. If you are confident in ELOQUII’s fit and wear a 24+, Unlimited offers far more styles in larger styles than Gwynnie Bee. I’ve recently had a difficult time meeting the minimum number of items in my GB closet simply because there aren’t a lot of options in size 28.

That being said, I am not a fan of having to return every at-home item when you want to exchange one piece. I often use subscription services to plan looks for upcoming events, and returning all items doesn’t let the service be as versatile as I would prefer.

Have you signed up for ELOQUII Unlimited? If you use my referral link, you’ll receive $20 off your first month’s subscription.

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  1. 1.29.21
    V said:

    I just rejoined eloquii and now they are letting you send your items back individually rather than all 4 at once, which was stopping me from joining. At least in my area, the return shipment addresses for the Eloquii items as well as the Gwynnie Bee are exactly the same, wondering if they have some sort of partnership?

    • 2.1.21

      Thank you for sharing your experience! I am so happy to hear that they made this change. I’ve heard (only from rumors) that it’s actually run on Gwynnie Bee’s platform, so all of this makes complete sense. And to be fair, why try to reinvent the wheel when a perfectly good wheel already exists.

  2. 6.14.21
    Ella said:

    Does anyone know how frequently they add new items? I’m getting my first box soon but I’m just curious because I had a hard time filling up my closet with weather-appropriate items (lots of long sleeved dresses and such on their site that won’t work for me in NY in 80+ degree, humid summer).

  3. 3.14.22
    Brandy said:

    I have had the absolute worst experience with Eloquii unlimited. I’m super disappointed because I love Eloquii and I did an insane amount of research before deciding to give it a try. My first complaint is that it takes over a week for each box to arrive. Secondly, they are sending me random stuff, I have 98 items in my closet and 12 items prioritized and I have not received a single prioritized item. My third and biggest complaint is that when I went to cancel they told me they would stop shipment on any boxes for the remainder of the month (my subscription doesn’t end for two more weeks)! I asked them if they would prorate a refund since I paid for the whole month and have only received two weeks (one box that I only kept for 3 days because their random picks were wildly inappropriate for the season/my lifestyle) and they said they don’t give refunds and I would have to cancel within 48 hours before the end of my billing cycle in order to keep receiving my services. I feel like I flushed $60 down the toilet.