So your little brother just graduated from college. He lives in a new city, has a new job, and has literally no idea how to dress himself. You shudder to think of the kind of first impression he's making with his new co-workers, rolling up to the office in a wrinkled, too-big button-down, pleated khakis, New Balance sneakers, and a BACK PACK as a bag. All of that sounds terrible.
You'd take him shopping for a new wardrobe, but you live in another city, you're BUSY with your stupid job, and is that little twerp really going to listen to his SISTER anyway? Nah, he's not.
So, how do you give him an upgrade without wasting any of your precious time and energy? Sign him up for Trunk Club, a curated men's shopping experience that sends complete outfits (shirts, pants, shoes, socks, accessories) to his door, with explicit instructions from his own personal stylist. How does it work? You get him to sit down at his computer and pick out his level of style (clueless, confident, and aficionado), give up his measurements, and select which stores he likes the most.
His stylist—after a brief online or phone consultation—then sends him outfits, or "trunks." He gets to try everything on—paying only for the items he wants and returning the rest for free. There's no membership fees, and the clothes cost about as much as they would if he went to the mall and bought a bunch of horrible clothes that don't fit him.
He'll look like a new man come Thanksgiving. Or, he'll look like a man. For once.