Stitch Fix has now been sending out style boxes for six years and in that time I’ve received eight boxes. Last spring I had a decent selection you can see here but in the fall I tried a holiday look and it was a total fail. I haven’t ordered since but was jonesing for a box after seeing all the fabulous boxes Jessica has been receiving! Until this fix I rarely kept more than one item and twice I returned the entire box. Y’all, I’ve either finally figured this out or it is a total fluke but this spring fix was the best one I’ve ever received!
So if you have never used Stitch Fix, this service matches your style profile with a stylist, you choose your delivery date and for a $20 styling fee a box with 5 items arrives at your doorstep. The style profile is critical and I changed mine multiple times and even lowered my age at one point based on some recommendations I was seeing. I directed the stylist to my Pinterest page and even my blog and still I was just not getting anything to choose from until now. So did I finally get it right?
In order for me to absolutely love an item it must 1) Fit well (obviously) and 2)Work well with items already in my closet. If I’m going to spend a little more on these pieces I need them to be versatile and work for the office, date night, girls night out, etc. Let’s take a look!
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They have the perfect amount of stretch and fit really well. The crop may be just a tad shorter than I would normally wear but I thought it was still appropriate for spring. Plus, they look perfect with this top right?
Super cute with white jeans as well. This top was a little more than I would normally spend on a shell but I decided I loved everything else in this fix enough to take advantage of the discount.
I seriously was just so pleased with this Stitch Fix! By purchasing all 5 items I saved 25% and my final total was $292. That is $58 per item or $29 if I divide by 10 because, hey, I showed each item twice. Girl math!
To find your perfect fix be sure to be specific in your style profile and be sure to choose the right price point. Eliminate any items you know for sure you do not want. Create a Pinterest board and pin lots of fashion choices you love! Be sure to add notes for your stylist about anything else that is important. With this fix I made sure to note if a dress or skirt was more fitted I would need a large instead of a medium. Finally, if you see someone else continually receiving a fix that you absolutely love, it never hurts to ask for the name of their stylist!
Stitch Fix is a splurge for me but I really love receiving some items that 1) I didn’t have to spend my time shopping for and 2) that are a little different than something I would have picked and 3) the items are usually something I cannot just pick up.
Have you tried Stitch Fix?