2.13.2014

fashion bandwagon

Well, I just did it.

Today, I signed up for StitchFix. I won't receive my first shipment until towards the end of March, but I am super excited about it.


Stitch Fix is a personal styling web site. Basically, you pay them $20 to send you five items (shirts, pants, dresses, scarves, bags, jewelry, etc.) in the mail. You try on the items at home, decide what you'd like to keep, then send the rest back to them (your $20 includes the shipping fees both ways). You pay for each item you'd like to keep, but your $20 applies to the total amount of items you decide to keep. If you decide not to get anything, you still have to pay your $20, but you can cancel or request a fix at any time. Very convenient!

I love that when you sign up for Stitch Fix, you fill out lots and lots of questions to help them decide on your style. My favorite thing you do is give them a Pinterest board to help them see your style. You, of course, also give them your sizes and basic likes and dislikes. For example, I was able to let them know I am a stay at home mom, so I don't have any need for business casual/formal outfits.

I'll let you know how my first Fix is when it arrives in March, but until then, if you're interested in trying it out, use my referral code here or click on the image below this post.

I'm super excited!

Stitch Fix

2 comments:

  1. How does the pricing work? Do you pick a budget?

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    1. You let them know how much you'll spend on certain items (i.e.-shirts $50-100, pants: minimal budget, etc.).

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