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Fashion/Beauty

StitchFix – February 2017

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my story (& accompanying song) about how my Stitch Fix arrived early this month. Which then reminded me that I never post my StitchFix review for LAST month.

It’s been one of those months, you guys. I don’t know if I have fully accepted that it’s March, yet. And we are halfway done with it!  I know I am not the only one with a To-Do list a mile long (and growing!) and not enough hours in the day.

That’s why there will be no awkward outfit shots in this post. I know, I know – you’re heartbroken. But I promise to bring them back for the March post (which technically this is but let’s not go down that road).

I digress.

Always.

For those of you that don’t know, StitchFix is a subscription service that delivers 5 items (clothing, shoes  and/or accessories) to your doorstep. You try them on and decide which ones you want to keep. You get to choose how often you want to use the service.

Here’s how it works:

  • Fill out your Style Profile so your stylist can get a sense of your style, size, shape, budget and lifestyle. You can also add in any links to Pinterest boards which is HUGE for me, as I pin everything.
  • Decide when you want your shipment to arrive. You get to choose how often you want to receive shipments (every 2-3 weeks, once a month, etc) and once your items have been chosen, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.
  • Have a fashion show! I love this part! It’s like Christmas and birthday presents every time that box shows up. You can use the app to see what items are on their way to you, but I prefer to be surprised. I am consistently amazed at how well most things fit – especially jeans. I have the hardest time finding jeans IRL but StitchFix gets it right every time.
  • After you have decided what you are keeping, simply return the items you don’t want and leave your stylist feedback through your account. The $20 styling fee will be applied as credit towards any items you keep. You get a discount for keeping the whole box.

Let’s dig into this month’s last month’s box!

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Stitch Fix Review: First Fix of the New Year!

I took a break from StitchFix for a couple of months and boy, have I missed those monthly boxes! With the new year, I thought it was about time to feed my addiction start up my subscription again.

For those of you that don’t know, StitchFix is a subscription service that delivers 5 items (clothing, shoes  and/or accessories) to your doorstep. You try them on and decide which ones you want to keep. You get to choose how often you want to use the service. (I would get one delivered every week if I could. But I might have a problem.)

Here’s how it works:

  • Fill out your Style Profile so your stylist can get a sense of your style, size, shape, budget and lifestyle. You can also add in any links to Pinterest boards which is HUGE for me, as I pin everything.
  • Decide when you want your shipment to arrive. You get to choose how often you want to receive shipments (every 2-3 weeks, once a month, etc) and once your items have been chosen, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.
  • Have a fashion show! I love this part! It’s like Christmas and birthday presents every time that box shows up. You can use the app to see what items are on their way to you, but I prefer to be surprised. I am consistently amazed at how well most things fit – especially jeans. I have the hardest time finding jeans IRL but StitchFix gets it right every time.
  • After you have decided what you are keeping, simply return the items you don’t want and leave your stylist feedback through your account. The $20 styling fee will be applied as credit towards any items you keep. You get a discount for keeping the whole box.

Let’s dig into this month’s box!

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My First StitchFix Review (Or Why I Came Back to StitchFix)

StitchFix Review - Dec15

About a year ago, I took a chance on StitchFix and then discontinued it after a few months. While I loved the ease of the service and the fact that I wasn’t wearing the same things as all my friends. Ultimately, I decided I should shop my closet and use my clothes in new ways before buying new ones. That experiment led me to discover that my closet is missing a couple of fashion staples (work pants and a white button down blouse to name just two). So I returned back to StitchFix to help me fill those holes.

For those of you that don’t know, StitchFix is a subscription service that delivers 5 items (clothing and accessories) to your doorstep. You try them on and decide which ones you want to keep. I get my StitchFix every month, but you get to choose how often you want to use the service. (I would get one delivered every week if I could. But I might have a problem.)

Here’s how it works:

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