Hello beautiful people.
Todays topic: Stitch Fix review.
I love clothes. I’m also fond of shoes, belts, bags, jewelry, and most anything related to expressing ones personal style and the beauty of design. I apply one of my favorite quotes when considering my own personal style, “Don’t be like the rest of them, darling”. Coco Chanel.
I started using Stitch Fix quite some time ago. So what is it you ask? It is a subscription box full of fabulous things that you can choose to receive every 2/3 weeks, every month, every 2 months or whenever you feel like it! Stitch Fix has stylists that will hand select 5 items based on a style profile that you will have filled out prior to receiving your first fix. You can receive clothing, jewelry, bags, scarves, or shoes. I personally choose to receive and focus on apparel and occasionally shoes. Over the span of time that I have been receiving my Stitch Fix I have received things that are honestly on my list of my very favorites, things that I like, and of course, there have also been a few I’ve quite disliked. (inevitable as they get to know your likes and dislikes and doesn’t make the great pieces any less fun to receive)
There is a $20 styling fee per fix. This $20 is deducted from your final purchase when you check out online. Basically, the only way you get stuck with the $20 styling fee is if you keep nothing. And more, if you keep everything you get 25% off of the total! It is mailed right to your house on the date you select on the calendar. They include a prepaid USPS return envelope that you drop in the mail with any of the items you wish to send back at no cost to you. Shipping and returns are free—even for exchanges! If there is a piece you love and it isn’t the right size, you have the option to exchange it. When you check out you will be able to give specific feedback on each item to help them get to know you and make your fixes better each time. I really enjoy that there is such a diverse range of styles you see come through. In addition to giving feedback on what they’ve sent, you can leave a note for the stylist when you checkout and schedule your fix for the next time telling them what you want or don’t hope to get in your next fix. If you have a vacation or special event, you can let them know you’d like something for the particular occasion.
I have several friends who get them as well and I’m always telling them to send me photos of what they receive. I think it’s a fun thing to share! Try it with your friends! It is a nice way to have something to look forward to and add some updates that you may not otherwise have found. Sometimes we get too comfortable and forget to try new styles. They have a very wide range of brands and some exclusives as well. With that being said, I’m going to share my recent fix with you. If you want to give this a try, follow my link here!
Sidebar: They also have mens!!! Men reading this? Or do you have Husbands, boyfriends, or sons that need an update?
The pros: (in case you aren’t convinced)
- Update your wardrobe a few pieces at a time
- Saves time
- Introduces you to new brands and styles
- Set your own price ranges in your profile for items you’ll receive to work within your budget
- Have fun with friends!
- This business Has Minnesota ties as one of the founders spent her teenage years going to school in Minneapolis. Supporting a brilliant female entrepreneur is always in good taste.
The cons: Can’t think of any!
You can check out my favorite new flats by Treasure & Bond here. (pictured above with the Pistola jeans)
Black Truly Poppy lace detail blouse. I really like the feathery detail of the lace on the sleeves. It is a flattering fit and can easily be dressed up with pearls and a pretty pair of pants or dressed down with jeans and flats for a more casual look. My verdict: Keeper!
Off-white Cooper & Ella ruffle blouse. I found this to be really feminine and fun without being too “ruffly”. It is great alone or under the contrast cardigan. This too can be dressed up or down. My verdict: Keeper!
Navy Colourworks contrast trim cardigan. This is very much my style. Classic, preppy, and the pearl buttons are the icing on the cake. I also appreciate the detail on the sleeves. My verdict: Keeper!
Navy Daniel Rainn cold shoulder blouse. This is one of those pieces that seeing right out of the box I would put in the send back category immediately. Once I tried it, I was surprised. I actually liked it. I still don’t think its something I would be drawn to in my closet. My verdict: Going to have to send this one back.
Pistola distressed ankle zip skinny jean. I’m a little weary of distressing most of the time, but I think these are fun. I really like the zip detail on the ankle. They are comfortable and easy to wear. If I didn’t already have and love these distressed jeans, I’d probably keep them. I’d prefer a regular jean with the zip detail on the ankle. My verdict: Going back.
Let me know what you think! Are you ready to give it a try?
I’ll share some of my future fixes with you if you enjoyed it. Would you like to see more in future? Let me know! I will also tag my favorites pieces that I have received in upcoming photos.