So I need to share with you my latest obsession: Stitch Fix.
I’m a little late to the party on this one, I know…I was a hold out.
Let me first explain what it is…
Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription (but no contract, you can cancel whenever) where you fill out very detailed questionnaires based on your style, lifestyle, body type, climate, weight, height etc. After you’ve given them a clear picture of who you are and what you look like, you get assigned a personal stylist.
The stylist picks out 5 items that they think you will love and will work in your life.
Don’t like dresses? No problem. Picky about jeans..just let them know.
They ship them to you and you can either keep them or send them back. Or, just keep one thing, and send the rest back..whatever works for you that month.
The monthly subscription is $20, which is the stylist fee. If you choose to keep any of the items that $20 goes towards the cost of the clothes you keep.
And another thing, you don’t have to receive a box every month if you don’t want to, you can set up you “Fixes” with whatever works for your budget!
So anyway, I fancy myself a pretty profesh shopper. I didn’t need someone picking out clothes for me. I ignored the signs from the universe.
Then one day in a moment of “NOTHINGFITSMEIHATEALLTHECLOTHES” I decided to sign up. I mean, if I hated what they picked, I send it back, $20 the wiser, never to be Stitch Fixed again.
I went ahead and filled out the questions and scheduled my box.
And it came.
I have to say, I didn’t quite know what to expect, but I was pretty excited at the prospect of new clothes being delivered to my door.
When I opened the box I was ecstatic.
Everything was so cute and unique!! And it all fit perfectly!
Let me show you what I got, to give you a good idea…
First I opened this ADORABLE shirt….
Next I opened this…
This one came out next and I fell in love. I don’t have a cardy anything like this…
Next up this red shirt…
So I kept the first three items, the white scalloped shirt, the polka dot blouse and the cardigan.
I know you are wondering the cost.
Here’s the breakdown…
The pricing is similar to Macy’s or any other department store.
The clothes are made well, and have a similar feel to brand INC if you are familiar.
Anyway, I am hooked and have scheduled my second fix to come next month! I loved the fact that I hadn’t seen any of the items locally and they were all cute and unique! And honestly some of the things I kept I wouldn’t have even glanced at in a store, but ended up loving them when I tried them on!
**I am in no way affiliated with Stitch Fix, it’s just a fun thing I tried and wanted to share. The link I provided to sign up, however, is a referral link and it you sign up using that link I do get a discount on my next box. Thanks!