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I thought perhaps Trunk Club would give him the opportunity to really discover his style without having to pick things out himself.  Plus, it would allow him to try things on at home and get my feedback (which he likes to have with clothes) without me having to go out shopping with him.  I really don’t like shopping (for me or for anyone else), can you tell?

He agreed to try and signed up.  He created a profile and entered all of his measurements.  Then, I found out this is what he used as his profile picture.


There was an urgent voicemail from his stylist the other day. “Hi, this is [insert name] and I am your Trunk Club stylist. I just really wanted to chat for a few minutes to learn more about your personal style. I am excited to start shopping for you!”

Yes, I am sure she is excited to start shopping for him…and his cat.



3 Thoughts on “Trunk Club

  1. And for his disco wear….lol

  2. Oh my gosh, YES. I think I may now have a crush on Jeff. That is awesome.

  3. High fashion, that’s what I strive for

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