Dia and Co Clothing Review
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About Dia and Co
Many women in search of trendy brands that cater to plus sizes are disappointed by the limited options. Enter Dia and Co, a retail clothing company targeted exclusively toward plus sized women, offering sizes 14 to 32. This fashion-forward business curates their collection from numerous popular brands such as Betsey Johnson and Beyond Yoga.
To simple basics like the classic white t-shirt to patterned jeans and floral dresses, their inventory encompasses a multitude of trends to choose from. This Dia and Co clothing review will give you an insight into whether it’s worth adding them to your cart.
Overview of Dia and Co
Online shopping will always be a gamble. Retail stores will have varying definitions of what’s extra small, medium or extra large. From this, it’s relatively hard to find clothes that fit and flatter you. CEO and co-founder of Dia and Co, Nadia Boujarwah, had this in mind when starting her plus size fashion forward company in 2015.
“I’ve been everything from a size 12 to a size 22 and I couldn’t help but notice, no matter my size, that there was nothing for me,” Bourjawah says. “So instead, I co-founded Dia and Co in 2015 as a way for women just like me to embrace their individuality.”
I feel like Bourjawah’s experience is spot on. Between work stress, breakup blues, trauma, health conditions, and a whole host of other circumstances—it’s not uncommon for women to experience substantial weight changes. Less options in the retail world present unique struggles for plus size women and the Dia and Co story is particularly relatable.
With a mission to spread self love by offering cute yet classy plus size clothing, Dia and Co was founded to empower women. Shoppers have the option to peruse the online store, ranging from tops, pants, dresses, skirts, outerwear, to active wear; or to sign up for a Dia subscription box. It’s hard not to get inspired by taking a quick scroll through their Instagram page, which is full of diverse, plus sized women looking absolutely fabulous.
This Dia and Co clothing review will quickly outline for you some basic pros and cons when purchasing from this company.
- Offers a wide array of cute and stylish plus sized clothing
- Free shipping and returns on Dia Style and Dia Activewear boxes
- Helpful stylist tips on each product and how to wear them
- Flexible and affordable curated style box costing around $20 per month
- Highly positive customer reviews
- Many promotions and deals for customers to take advantage of, including a rewards program, Sales page, and Daily Deal offers
- Shipping only available within the US
- Slightly higher than average clothing costs
- Inconsistencies with style quiz and what customers received (ex. ill fitting or unattractive clothes)
Dia and Co Personal Styling
A treasure trove waiting to be uncovered: the true definition of what a style subscription box is. This Dia and Co clothing review has found that the company offers what they call a Dia Box.
If customers are overwhelmed by the clothing they see on their website, or have difficulty deciding what looks best on them, they can sign up for a monthly subscription. They come in two different sets: the Style Box and the Activewear Box.
This Dia and Co clothing review will give you a rundown of how it works:
- Customers must fill in a quick quiz about their style preferences and body shape
- Buyers are then assigned to a personal stylist who will pick out their wardrobe based on their answers
- According to Dia and Co, You can receive a box every two-three weeks, monthly, every two months, every three months, or as a one-time purchase.
- Customers will receive 5 items to choose from
- For $20, the hand picked items will be delivered at the customer’s door
- After trying them on, customers can return clothes that didn’t make the cut and keep the ones they love
- Customers can also extend their try-on period by contacting customer service.
- The $20 styling fee is waived if buyers keep one or more items in the Dia Box
Next up in this Dia and Co clothing review, we’ll showcase a selection of super flattering and stylish top sellers. From jeans and jackets, to laid back tees, to pretty dresses and cardigans, here are some pieces trending on Dia.com.
Dia and Co Leroy Perfect Skinny Jean
Let’s face it, finding jeans that fit you is no easy task. I’ve always hated jeans shopping. Waistbands rarely hugged my hips or the pant hem went past my ankles. The Leroy Perfect Skinny Jean lives up to its name: made with a comfortable cotton stretch fabric, the jeans embrace your curves, so you can rock them with confidence.
Available in short and classic cuts, buyers can choose medium, dark, black, yellow, olive green, and red denim washes, so there’s a lot of possibilities that can cater to your favorite outfits. If you’re not the best with outfit pairing, the Leroy Perfect Skinny Jean product page includes styling advice on how to wear them:
“Play up your assets and let these jeans be the focus by pairing with a simple graphic tee and canvas sneakers.” These classic Dia and Co skinnies go for $65, which is pretty midrange for jeans.
Dia and Co Rachel Knotted Tee
The Rachel Knotted Tee is a good example of a basic that everyone needs in their closet. With a stylish knot on the side, this simple top plays with your proportions elegantly. Coming in red, black, navy and white, this basic shirt is made out of a soft knit material. The knotted tee features a flattering wide scoop neckline and comes in an array of colours such as white and red.
This bestseller that literally goes with any casual piece in your closet. Pair it with the Leroy Jeans, and bam. You have the perfect date night outfit. The Rachel Knotted Tee is a 10/10 according to this Dia and Co clothing review, especially when priced at a reasonable $35.
Dia and Co Ortiga Fit and Flare Dress
Every gal needs a multi-purpose dress. And by multi-purpose, I mean a gown that you can either dress up or down. The Ortiga Fit and Flare Dress from Dia and Co is the perfect blend of simple enough to wear on an amusement park date or elegant enough for a reception dinner.
With it’s crew neck cut, slim to the waist, this dress makes your legs look longer and your torso shorter. Made with a soft blend of polyester and spandex, and features a sleeveless look, buyers can enjoy it in navy, red, blue or green. May I add that this dress comes with hidden pockets for you to sneakily hide your phone or wallet in. The Ortiga Fit and Flare Dress retails for $35.
Dia and Co Emma Chiffon Ruffle Sleeve Dress
Summer is the perfect season to roll out that picnic blanket, take a stroll down the garden path and of course, bust out all the floral dresses out of your closet. The Emma Chiffon Ruffle Sleeve Dress is featured as a topseller on the Dia and Co website, and for good reason. Nothing spells ‘drinking margaritas on the summer patio with the girls’’ than this gorgeous floral chiffon fabric complete with ruffles on the sleeves.
As a beautiful minute detail, there’s a small keyhole cut out on the chest. Not only does the Emma Chiffon Ruffle Sleeve Dress provide more visual interest, but it’s a nice break from the square block of floral fabric on the chest. This dress comes in two different designs, navy with orange and burgundy with orange. You can get this dreamy summertime floral dress for $69.
Dia and Co Kerry Supersoft Denim Jacket
‘Why not throw on a jacket?’ is a styling question I always ask if I feel if my outfit is missing something (or if it’s a chilly day). The denim jacket, a fashion staple, is one of those pieces that can really spice up a casual ensemble, or tone down the look of a girly dress. The Kerry Supersoft Denim Jacket is a great layering piece to add to a simple white tee and jeans combo as well. If you hate heavy, bulky denim jackets, this one is a great option.
The Dia and Co reviews on this jacket are glowing, as most love how soft the material is, which is a blend of polyester, nylon and spandex. Made out of a lightweight denim stretch, this jacket is perfect for people on the move. Coming in a dark wash, black and a deep wine purple, the Kerry Supersoft Denim Jacket will cost you a cool $69.
Dia and Co Kiki Drawstring Cardigan
Cardigans come in a range of styles that come with their own vibe: bulky and bathrobe-like, shapeless like your grandma’s sweaters, a little too young/school girl-ish, cozy but not particularly attractive, and the best kind, ones that appear classy and graceful, while being ultra cozy. The Kiki Drawstring Cardigan is one of the latter, as it’s made out of a soft cotton stretch fabric that does wonders for your figure.
The Kiki Drawstring Cardigan comes in black, purple and navy. Additionally, the three quarter length sleeve cardigan features a drawstring waist so that you can adjust it to fit your body. Complete the look by pairing it with some slim fit leggings and a simple blouse, it’s the definition of casual yet cute. This simple and sophisticated bestseller is priced at $35.
Dia and Co Clothing Reviews: What Do Customers Think?
“It fits amazing while also being very flattering and stylish!” — this is the general consensus on the clothes based on Dia and Co reviews. Most customers commented how comfortable most of the items were and how wearable the pieces are. Most noted that as a plus sized woman, it’s difficult to find cute and fitted clothing, and that Dia and Co’s message of plus sized love is refreshing. On their review page, the company gets a 4.6 star rating out of 1,000 reviews.
In terms of Dia and Co complaints, some noted that there were inconsistencies with stitches on the pant hem, especially on the website’s review board. According to Better Business Bureau, most of the problems dealt with the Dia Style Boxes. For this Dia and Co clothing review, I’ve found that the most common complaint was that some customers were frustrated at being charged amounts that didn’t correlate to the keep or return policy. Some were overcharged and others tried cancelling their subscriptions, but were charged nonetheless.
Is Dia and Co Worth It?
Based on what I’ve gathered from this Dia and Co clothing review, I think it’s a great idea to support companies like Dia and Co whose message is all about plus sized female empowerment. I love how wearable and multi purpose their clothes are, as customers can have the option of dressing down or up an outfit.
Dia and Co has a section on their website called ‘find your best fitting denim’ which is a little quiz that helps you find the perfect pair of jeans. With this quiz, I feel like there’s this personal stylist on the other side of the screen who also relates to my need for a perfectly fitting pair of jeans.
Based on the customer reviews, I’m a little skeptical on the style boxes. Take them with a grain of salt, as you might not like them or you will absolutely love them. Maybe the thrill of a Dia and Co unboxing is just what you need to spice up your online shopping habits. Even if the Dia and Co prices for clothes can be a little steep, you may be purchasing a garment that you’ll wear for the rest of your life.
Dia and Co Promotions & Discounts
For this Dia and Co clothing review, I’ve found out that the easiest way for customers to save money is to acquire a Dia and Co login to get 15% off their first order. For returning customers, the company offers a point system called a Dia and Co Domino Rewards Program. Buyers can collect points by simply following them on social media or posting a review.
The company posts Dia and Co promo code offers on the website through their Daily Steal page, for customers to use at checkout on a specific garment the company has chosen. For instance, 1,500 points can earn customers $30 off their total Dia and Co cost at checkout.
Dia and Co has something called Outfit Bundles where customers can get an entire outfit at a marked down price. Customers can also save by shopping in the Sales category where they can get items as much as 30% off.
Where to Buy Dia and Co
Dia and Co makes it really simple for customers. Their inventory is only sold through their website, Dia.com, and nowhere else.
Cancel Dia and Co Subscription
There’s no need to break a sweat when cancelling a subscription box. Luckily, Dia and Co makes the process straightforward for its customers. There are two ways of doing this:
If you have an On Demand Dia Plan
- Go to your Manage Box Plan
- Select the style plan section and choose cancel
If you have an automatic Dia Plan
- Go to your Manage Box Plan
- Select the style plan section and choose cancel
- If you want to switch to an On Demand Dia Plan (Where it boxes are not sent on a monthly basis but by request), click switch to demand
- Click finish cancellation
When buyers cancel their subscription plans, nothing will ship out to them. If the box has already been sent after choosing to end their Dia box subscription, they can reach out to customer service. Customers also have the option of pausing their subscription.
Dia and Co Shipping Policy
Currently, Dia and Co only ships within the United States. For those within America, shop orders have a shipping fee of $5. For Dia Style Boxes, shipping is free. Dia ships all orders through Two Day Shipping through the United States Postal Service (there are no other shipping options available).
All customers can track their Dia and Co shipments. For shop orders, log in to the site and visit the Order History page the access tracking info. The updated tracking link can be accessed once your online order ships. For Dia Boxes and shop orders, customers also receive an email containing the tracking number, once their order ships.
Dia and Co Return Policy
Dia and Co accepts returns within 30 days of purchasing date so long as the item is unworn with price tags still attached. This Dia and Co review will give you a quick rundown of how to return an item:
- For regular shop orders, place returns in its original package and include a prepaid label attached.
- For style and activewear boxes, place returns in the prepaid envelope that’s included in your box.
Contact Dia and Co
If you have further questions beyond this Dia and Co clothing review, you can contact the company through:
- Messaging system on the Dia.com
- Phone: (855) 631-3513; Monday to Friday (9 AM- 6 PM EST)
- Submitting a contact request on Dia.com
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