I have been getting Stitch Fix for about 5 months now. It’s very fun and very convenient. Before we go any further, I should probably tell you all about this amazing little service.
What is Stitch Fix?
How does it work?
1 // Fill out your Style Profile.
Begin by filling out the Style Profile. This helps us understand your size, style, shape, budget and lifestyle. Completing your profile should only take about 10 minutes.
2 // Pick the date you’d like to receive your Fix.
We’ll send you a Fix of five clothing items and accessories handpicked by personal stylists on the date you choose. At the time your Fix is styled you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.
3 // Try everything on in the comfort of your home.
We encourage you to try on everything our personal stylists have picked for you because you just never know what will look great on! Create new outfits by pairing what’s in your Fix with the items that are already in your closet. Every Fix.
4 // Buy what you like and return the rest.
Take three days to decide what you’ll purchase and what you’d like to send back. You’re only charged for these items when you tell us what you’re keeping and returning.
5 // Tell us what you think!
Don’t forget to give us specific feedback on each of the items you receive. Our personal stylists are able to send you better Fixes when we know what did and didn’t work for you, and why. If you choose to receive regularly scheduled Fixes, we will automatically schedule the delivery date for your next Fix. You can always choose an alternative date that better suits your needs or opt out of regularly scheduled Fixes entirely. Stitch Fix does not require a membership fee or a monthly subscription.
How much does it cost?
The first couple of months, I wasn’t sure I was really liking the service. I admit, it’s really fun to get a bunch of clothes in the mail, try them on and if you don’t like them, send them back. But the first stylist I had, wasn’t getting my style right at all. After the 3rd month, I wrote in to Stitch Fix and voiced my frustration. To my surprise, I was hooked up with a stylist who has been doing really well with my style. Thanks, Sara J! Last month was a good month, but this month was so much better. I wanted to really get the MOST out of the clothes to see what I wanted to keep. *I highly recommend trying on everything, even if you don’t like it straight out of the box*
When the box comes in the mail — it’s so exciting! The first thing you see is this little envelope.
How cute is this? Inside, are little cards to show you how to wear each item your stylist gave you — along with a personalized note.
Let’s look into what she sent me —
Olivina Hooded Slub Knit Cardigan — $58.00
This was the most soft cardigan I have ever put on. I decided not to keep this because I have so many of the same exact style. But if I didn’t, I would have kept this for sure.
Cloverdale Striped Short Sleeve Blouse — $48.00
This is the EXACT reason that I say to try on everything. I actually loved this when I took it out. However, I hated it on me. It was sent back, even though I loved this outfit.
Overall, the service is fun. Owning a boutique can get tiresome at times. I LOVE it, but after working all day with clothes and then picking my own out — it’s sort of like a chef cooking all day. You don’t want to cook when you get home, you would rather have someone cook for you. This is what Stitch Fix does for me! What do you think about this service? For $20 — why not try it? Have you already tried it? I would love to see what was in your May Stitch Fix box!
*Note — if you want to sign up here, it’s a referral link and I would love for you to use it! This box was purchased by me.
Love, Megan.Tags: fashion, stitch fix, style everyday