Stitch Fix

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The flu sucks. It really, really sucks. Don't get it.

Now that we've got that out of the way, let's move on. This post is way past due.

The other day (probably many days) I got my first Stitch Fix box in the mail! Stitch Fix is a website that has clothing stylists that personally pick out clothes for you and sends you a box of clothes and/or accessories. When signing up for your boxes, you go through a semi-elaborate "style profile" survey which helps give them an idea of what your style is like, and what type of clothes or accessories you are interested in.

You give them sizes, price ranges, styles and all types of clothing preferences to help them choose things that you will love. You can choose how frequently you would like your fixes to show up at your door, ranging anywhere from every 2-3 weeks to whenever you request one.

Each time you receive a box you will be charged a $20 styling fee that will go towards anything in your box that you choose to purchase. Each fix comes with 5 items, a styling card with different ways to style your clothes (see above), as well as a pre-paid return envelope for the items you choose to send back.

I was going to share all of the great things I got in my box, but typical me, packed the unwanted items in the bag and sent them out same day without taking pictures. What I do have pictures of is the styling card (that has pictures of the items that were sent to me), so that's as good as it's gonna get.

In my box there was a blue blouse (top right), a gray tshirt (bottom right), a pair of cute burgundy jeans (which I already had), a cute aztec print skirt (just wasn't in need of a skirt) and a necklace that my destroyer of a toddler would have had a great time with ;)

When editing your "style profile" on the website, you can add links to your social media, as well as Pinterest so that your stylist can get the best idea possible of what type of items you would like and are looking for.

My stylist even included that my tops would be cute and casual for a baseball game :) I loved that it felt so personal, and I could really tell that they took the time to see what I liked and needed. I can't wait for my next box to arrive, and I will NOT forget to take pictures this time!

Have you tried Stitch Fix? What did you think? Still using them?

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  1. I've used them a few times, but I've only kept one thing. They've done pretty well with nailing my style -- probably 3 of 5 are "good," 1 of 5 is "maybe," and 1 of 5 is "no way." The problem is size. For example, they sent a really great maxi dress once that I loved, but the sizing was off. The tag said it was my size, but it ran really small. There isn't (or wasn't) any way to exchange for a different size. Of course, I'm tall so I'm hard to fit. Maybe others would have better results?