Stitch Fix Review

I wanted to take a post to talk about Stitch Fix.  This is a clothing subscription service.

If by the end of this post, you have decided to sign up for Stitch Fix, I hope you’ll use my referral link by clicking here.

I signed up for Stitch Fix a few months ago. I posted my first fix here. I haven’t posted any of my other fixes because, quite honestly, I hate selfies. My husband is away on travel frequently and I haven’t trained my dogs how to use a camera yet. :)

Basically, the initial cost of $20 per month. This is called your “styling fee”. If you do not purchase any items from the box, then Stitch Fix keeps the $20. If you decide you to keep something, then the $20 is taken off the price of your total. If you keep the entire box, then you get a 25% discount off the total (after your $20 reduction from the styling fee).

When you first sign up, you take an extensive personal style quiz. I really took my time with this because I wanted to make sure I was clear about what I liked and what I didn’t like.

I only kept one item out of my first box. It was actually an item that I thought I’d hate when I first opened the box. Therefore, here comes my first piece of advice: Try everything on. Things can look weird or ugly folded up in a box, but once they’re on, they can look amazing.

You have three days to decide on what to keep. Whatever you don’t keep must be mailed bag in the postage-paid envelope provided to you. Once you decide what you’re keeping, you log on to your account and tell Stitch Fix what you liked and didn’t’ like about each item. Here’s my second piece of advice: Give them feedback! They really do read it and they really do take it in to account when putting together your next box.

My second fix box was a bit closer to my personal style, but the items didn’t fit quite right. When I gave feedback on my second box, I let them know that the tailored items were hitting me too high.

I got my third fix about two weeks ago. I kept everything! The stylists read all my feedback from my first two boxes and this box hit the nail on the head. Not only do I have five awesome new pieces to wear, but every time I wear one, I get tons of compliments!!

Stitch Fix can be a little pricey. I chose the option of “The cheaper, the better” and each item I’ve received has been priced $35-$88. That’s a bit more than I’m used to paying, but considering the convenience, cuteness, and great style, I think it’s worth paying a little bit more.

I promise I’ll try and be better about posting pictures of what I get. I think I need to get over my aversion to selfies. ;)

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Author: Anne

Blogging about makeup, dogs, and mostly NAIL POLISH!