What’s better than getting new clothes? Having a personal stylist select clothes for you, then ship them directly to your doorstep! When the box arrives and you open it, it’s like Christmas morning, like opening a present! Stitch Fix is an excellent clothes styling service I recommend!
How does Stitch Fix work? You take an in-depth survey about your sizes, your style and pricing preferences. Then, a personal styling service sends you 5 items to try once a month. Each box comes with cards with styling suggestions for every piece in the shipment, plus a letter from your stylist. When you receive the shipment, you try on the items, select which ones you want, then ship back the ones you don’t want. The fee for the service is $20 a month, which includes free shipping and free returns. What’s best is the fee is deducted from the total of the items you want to keep! If you want to keep all five items, you also get a 25% discount!
In case you missed my previous Stitch Fix Reviews:
The colors on this necklace were vibrant and the length was perfect. Although this was a pretty necklace, it wasn’t my style.
Bianca Embroidery Detail Knit Tank – cost to keep $48
When I took this tank out of the box, I knew I wanted to keep it. It’s a light coral color, the embroidery is beautiful and the fit is perfect. I don’t have a racer-back tank in my wardrobe (I know it’s a fashion tragedy), so it was a keeper! I wore it on our vacation last week with shorts and I SO enjoyed wearing it.
Bali Keyhole Blouse – cost to keep $44
I didn’t like this blouse because it was totally transparent, didn’t like the pattern and it flared out in the front and back.
Edmondo Stud Detailed Split-Back Blouse – cost to keep $38
I looked forward to trying on this light green sleeveless blouse because I loved the color and the beaded detail. When I put it on I was disappointed because it was too tight. The back is really pretty though. If it had been a little roomier, I would have kept it.
The Front of the Top:
The back of the top:
Yasmine French Terry Blazer – cost to keep $78
I wish Stitch Fix hadn’t sent a cooler weather piece. It’s 90+ degrees where I live, so I didn’t really want to see long sleeves, but I tried it on anyway. It’s an attractive jacket in person, the texture is nice. It fit more snug that what I like, so I had to return it.
Have you tried Stitch Fix? I really like Stitch Fix. The pieces are well made, the styling service is top-notch and the customer service is great. I wasn’t too pleased with this fix as I only kept the necklace, so I went on Pinterest and changed up some of my favorites styles. I look forward to seeing what’s in my next month’s Stitch Fix!
Here’s a tip to get your best Stitch Fix: If you’re on Pinterest, setup a board called “Stitch Fix Inspiration”. Go to Stitch Fix’s Pinterest board and pin their photos on your “Stitch Fix Inspiration” board. They have boards for different styles if you’re unsure of which ones to choose, like Classic Chic, Romantic, Classic, Preppy, etc. You can also pin other photos from the internet here as well. This will let you stylist know what your favorite style is.
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