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Before we start, I have a lot of thoughts on Stitch Fix this time after trying it out for quite awhile now. Here we go:
- There are only 3 types of people who should try Stitch Fix:
- those who have $20 to try it out as a gamble (the $20 will go towards any item you keep) and have enough self control to say NO to things that aren't really awesome in their box
- moms who work outside of the home and need to feel pull together enough for work
- anyone who needs a decent pair of pants or jeans that fit perfectly (they have the best jeans EVER, if you struggle with finding pants Stitch Fix is worth a shot at least one time!)
- Do not try Stitch Fix to get new clothes.
When you try out Stitch Fix, you have to think of it not as getting a few new clothes from a store, but rather paying for a stylist who understands your body and how to fit you best. I PROMISE they amazingly fit your body and your style, and while you may not love everything they send, you'll likely love most of it!
- Start a Pinterest board and share it in your style profile
You can see mine HERE
Okay – here's a peek at what I got this month . . .
Prinsloo Ruffle Neck Blouse $58 ($43.50 if I kept the entire box and saved 25%)
Leeah Lace Knit Dress $68 ($51 if I kept the entire box and saved 25%)
(Looking for a similar dress for less? Check these out.)
Christie Statement Necklace $38 (28.50 if I kept the entire box and saved 25%)
Adele Printed Pencil Skirt $58 ($43.50 if I kept the entire box and saved 25%)
—->> SENT BACK
Dorianna Skinny Jean $98 ($73.50 if I kept the entire box and saved 25%)
—->> SENT BACK
TOTAL SPENT: $146.20 after tax and my $25 credit
(I normally wouldn't have kept the dress or necklace, but we have a winter wedding in Williamsburg this Christmas and I think paired with a navy scarf/shawl like this one it will be so pretty. Having that outfit taken care of right now is pretty exciting to me because I know Christmas will be here before we know it!)
My overall thoughts on Stitch Fix?
I absolutely love how easy this process is ~ just put in your style profile, share what types of clothes you like, how things fit, and share an idea of what I’m looking for on my profile.
If you dress up frequently for work and don’t have time to shop, I really think Stitch Fix can be a fantastic option (I have loved my previous boxes, and the quality of clothing is much nicer than what I normally wear), so it may be a great option for you.
It also is fantastic for busy working moms – while I do think the pricing is high you're paying not only for the clothing but also for someone to look at your needs and hand pick items that often can work for you.
If you’d like to try out Stitch Fix, here’s exactly how it works:
- Sign up HERE
- You’ll be charged $20 for your Stitch Fix Styling
- Your box will come when you schedule it
- If you keep ANY items in your box, the $20 you spend for the styling will be put towards your purchase (so it’s like getting $20 in free credit!)
- If you keep your entire box you’ll save 25% off the entire purchase
- Invite friends on Facebook or via email (or even text messages) to sign up through you and you’ll get $25 in free referral credit ~ love that!
Past Stitch Fix Reviews:
- September 2016 Stitch Fix Box Review
- October 2016 Stitch Fix Box Review
- November 2016 Stitch Fix Box Review
- January 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- March 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- May 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- June 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
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