Shopping on website was fairly straightforward. The first thing I noticed is that there is hardly any variety between the styles of clothing. A lot of it is in bold colors, mostly black, white, or strong colors like red and magenta. There is also no price filter so you'll be seeing items anywhere from $50 to $250 on the same page. Also, the website stopped working at one point, I couldn't open new tabs for clothes or even click on them, so I am assuming it crashed for a while.
Looking at the clothes, they look pretty, but there is barely any variety in terms of style. A lot of these are meant to look good on hourglass figures, which I have, but not everyone wants to show more skin. The other problem with the hourglass figure "aesthetic" is that it simply excludes a lot of other body types. I found only one dress I was interested in, and unfortunately it didn't fit me. It was also not the same color as portrayed in the photos on the website.
The quality of the dress itself was pretty, but like some other reviews have pointed, it doesn't have a WOW factor that would separate it from a store like Zara.
On the whole, I think House of CB has potential, but because of its lack of inclusivity in many aspects, most shoppers will have a hard time shopping here. They also do not offer refunds for sale items, but offer store credit instead, which I find to be a little absurd considering that most of their sale items still cost $150-250 on sale, and one simply can't know ahead of time whether the clothes will fit or not. And if most of the clothes aren't to your liking, you're not likely to find another item you'd rather buy with that credit.