Request a Personalized Package

Need Some Retail Therapy?
We’re bringing the in-store experience safely to your home.

Needless to say, we are beyond grateful for our web customers during this time while our physical stores are closed. But what if you have difficult-to-size proportions or you’re simply the pragmatic type that has to try on before committing? Or perhaps you just miss the rush from feeling and touching the real thing. We get that online shopping is not always the answer. That’s where Meg’s Package Program comes in.

Meg shoppers already know the personalized style guidance that comes with our brick-and-mortars, and many have taken advantage of our package service. But whether you're on a first name basis with every stylist or you’ve just discovered our unique designs, we are elevating our FREE package service and streamlining the process for verteran shoppers and new customers alike. Here's what that means for you.

Curation

After filling out a brief online form that helps us identify your wardrobe needs, we’ll connect you with a professional stylist of your choice or we’ll assign one if you have no preference. Your stylist will help direct you to pieces that best suit your lifestyle, aesthetic, body type, or that simply speak to you the most. She will curate a selection of pieces to be sent to your home (free shipping! return label included) where you can try on each piece at your convenience.

Personal Styling

Your stylist will guide you in the process to help select, style, and incorporate items into your existing wardrobe. Opt for a FaceTime consultation, personalized style notes, or both. Get answers to all your style questions.

Commitment-free

Not only will you get to try on items before buying, our package service has no styling fee, no scary subscriptions, no minimum purchase, and no shipping cost to you. Just the good stuff!

Ready to give it a go?

Click on the form below to get started. Not sure about a question? Feel free to skip. Have a question? Feel free to include. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Our Stylists
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Caroline

Top 3 must-have pieces in your wardrobe:
A straight cut jump with a wide leg (collared jump), pants with interesting shape/detail (holly, chloe), a good stiletto pump or ankle boot (that you can actually wear for more than an hour).
Go-to outfit:
Cropped pants, drapey top with a hip tuck, oversized coat or jacket, sneakers (favourites are Converse One Stars or Nike Air Force Ones)
How would you define your style:
Tough one... casual but not too casual in the everyday - pieces that are comfortable but still have good structure or an interesting shape. When I dress up I like a hint of a vintage vibe that usually comes out in my accessories (especially in the form of vintage clutches and handbags).
Top 3 style icons:
Tilda Swinton, Daphne Guiness (if only I were that bold), for vintage styles Phryne Fisher.
Favorite Book:
"A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again" by David Foster Wallace

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Enza

Top 3 must-have pieces in your wardrobe:
Jumpsuit which is comfortable but shows off my curves
High waisted Black pant
An oversized Piece no matter what season; Jacket, sweater or tee; it is basically something I can throw on and go no matter what undergarments I am wearing or how I am feeling that day it makes me feel fabulous
Go-to outfit:
Anything I can wear with Sneakers which is everything even though I love a heel once in a while!
How would you define your style:
I usually dress based on my mood or the vibe of the day.
Top 3 style icons:
Oh this is so tough because I admire more then just 3 but If I had to choose, Iris Apfel, Blake Lively, and Marni Senofonte
Favorite Book:
Tuesdays with Morrie or You were born for this by Chani Nicholas

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Trudy

Top 3 must-have pieces in your wardrobe:
High waisted pants, high waisted pants, and high waisted pants :D ...alright, FINE ;D swap out the last two for a below-the-knee classic black pencil skirt and a good button-down. Revolutionary! ;D
Go-to outfit:
High waisted slacks, tucked in vintage knit/tied at waist top and my trusty penny loafers in the Fall/Winter --Keds in warmer months-- and EARRINGS!! Feel naked without them.
How would you define your style:
Like I just stepped out of a time machine! So, nostalgic? As a full time vintage lifestyle enthusiast favoring late 40s-early 60s aesthetic when it comes to dressing myself for everyday life, I suppose my style could also come across as classic since more tailored, figure skimming items are usually associated with that look. As we all know, fashion repeats itself, so some days I can read very contemporary! Last but not least, BOLD! I don't shy away from color and I LOVE prints, patterns, textures, and details! If you see me wearing black, it's probably not me ;D
Top 3 style icons:
Gina Lollobrigida, Rita Hayworth, Jayne Mansfield
Favorite Book:
"How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" by Dale Carnegie :D

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Alicia

Top 3 must-have pieces in your wardrobe:
A great super soft sweatshirt/sweater to throw over everything, right now it's a white oversized sweatshirt turned inside out, so you see the texture from the French terry
High waisted jeans that make you feel fabulous and can dress up or down, I've got a light washed pair of Levi's that I LOVE
That one perfect party dress that you look great in no matter what, mine is a beaded vintage tunic that is straight and boxy, but short to show off my legs
Go-to outfit:
High waisted jeans, simple tank, and a great pair of heels that I can walk in but supe up my outfit
How would you define your style:
Meg once defined my style as sexy boho... let's go with that ;)
Top 3 style icons:
This is a hard one for me because what I love to look at vs what I wear is so different, but I love anything Ulla Johnson if I were a super rich Palm Springs stay at home mom who owns and art gallery, LeMaire for my chic French androgynous self, and pretty much every woman on the street who looks put together but stylish.
Favorite Book:
Three Women

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