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I'll add lowering the contrast a bit as well or sliding the black point up / white point down on curves.
Um, he said that. lol
Personally, I don't think it's all VSCO. However, you could achieve something similar with their tool kit. I do agree the blacks are rolled off conservatively. Maybe 3-5% at most. The highlights are recovered as well. Otherwise, it just looks like preference of color. They obviously like the peachy side of flesh tones, and color overall. It could be a tweaked color profile/preset that they've built.
The outdoor stuff and the creamed whites could also be from the VSCO toolbox, but lets be honest. There are tons of PS actions and plugins that do the exact same thing. Given the choice of "noiselessness", I'd say they're probably PS based. Some of it reminds me of TR stuff.
If its VSCO, it's been tweaked a lot. Personally, I think it's RadLab or something PS based.
The only thing that points me towards VSCO is that they're in the northwest. lol