Boxing Match

By The Editors
June 21, 2013 9:00 am

When it comes to clothes, Angelenos are Strickland-level slackers. T-shirts. Flops. Sunnies. And God bless them for that.

Because now that breezy insouciance is being shipped right to your door.

Introducing Confederacy Trunk, a new casual wardrobe service via the post, starting now.

You might know Confederacy — the LA indie boutique overseen by actor Danny Masterson (“That ‘70s Show”) and celeb stylist Ilaria Urbinati. They sell everything from Warby Parker glasses to vintage Ts to a line of suits designed by The Strokes’ Albert Hammond, Jr.

To get one of their curated style boxes, simply take a one-minute style quiz online (“How serious are you about style?”; “Which of these shoes would you wear?”). Then, a Confederacy stylist will call you to further pinpoint your tastes.

Within two weeks, you’ll be FedEx-ed a trunk of “high-end casual wear.” Think t-shirts, jeans and blazers from the likes of Band of Outsiders, Billy Reid, Todd Snyder and J. Lindeberg, all packaged in a white box and wrapped in butcher paper and twine.  

Prices range from $75-$200, less than what you’d pay for the pieces individually.

Only pay for what you keep. The rest, return in the box for free.

And your stylist? Always available by phone for style assistance.

No casual attitude there.

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