Have we peaked with streetwear yet? While some may say it’s about time that the cozy casuals of the street are on their way out, others are banking on the clothing trend thriving. Threadbeast, a subscription service launched in 2015 catering to a male audience, is officially catering to women after overwhelming request.

Customers create their own “drops” with the service, which focuses on affordability and quality. The Threadbeast stylists curate the drops based on customer profiles.

Essentially, you create a style profile, similar to how you would with a box like StitchFix when you join the service. The Threadbest stylists take over from there. According to Threadbest, customers can email with their specific preferences and other feedback to guide their stylists in curating the boxes to fit them better.

While you won’t find the latest, in-demand streetwear items like those from Supreme or the cool new sneaker drop, you’ll get curated items from a variety of hot brands that are readily available in stores. This is essentially a service to make your life easier. You get the fresh, new stuff to wear, and you discover new brands you might not have otherwise found.

What kind of brands can you expect? Currently, Threadbeast has over 150 brands it works with, including Levis, G-star raw, Puma, Superdry, and Diamond Supply. The great thing about the new women’s box? Women can choose from both men’s and women’s items for their box!

Subscription prices start at $55 a box, going up to $250 for the “baller” plan. The lowest price tier comes with 2-3 pieces of clothing while the $250 plan gets 9-11 pieces and comes with a pair of shoes in every box. You can pause or cancel the box at any time and keep all the clothing you’ve received so far.