Hey pretties! I got my first Stitch Fix today. I know, I’m late to the Stitch Fix fun, but I’m still really excited. It’s fun to have someone pick out stuff for you. I really love that it comes straight to the house – super convenient.
When I signed up I told them I needed fall/winter clothing. I explained I’ve just moved to a new area of the country and do not have the clothes I will need to get through the fall and winter. I asked that they not send any jeans because my body type is very hard to fit and to also not send anything with any wool in it – because wool irritates the holy Hell out of my skin. This is what I got:
Denim Jacket: cute, but I have one really similar – so back it goes.
Black Jeans: THE surprise of the box! I had asked them not to send jeans. It doesn’t work out. I was wrong. These fit great and are really comfortable. A definite win.
Grey Infinity Scarf: I like it, but the color is so boring. I’m hoping my talented mom can make me one in a better color. What do you think Mom? Call me 🙂
Navy Blouse: it’s fine, but just fine – so it’s going back. I’ve decided I need a better curated closet now that I have to live with little bitty closets. So, if I don’t love it – and it doesn’t fit great – then it does not stay. Just fine just won’t do.
Grey Cowl Neck Sweater: I loved it – but after having tried it on for just a few minutes my skin was burning like hell! It has wool in it. Me and wool cannot coexist. So – back it goes.
Overall, I’m keeping 1 of the 5 items they sent. I guess it’s not so bad because the one item I am keeping is the absolute hardest for me to shop for personally.
I really liked the process and think it is a great deal. If you haven’t done it yet – here is how it works.
You pay $20 per fix and you can schedule them as often or as seldom as you might like. You fill out a survey and link your Pinterest boards so they have a good feel for what you like and what you might be looking for. You also set the budget for how much you want to pay – so your budget doesn’t get away from you. Then a few days later your box arrives.
You have 3 days to figure out what you want to keep and what you want to return. Then you go online to pay for what you want to keep and/or tell them why the items you’re returning don’t work for you. The $20 you pay for the fix is credited toward the cost of the items you purchase. I love that! Then, you place your returns in the prepaid return package and mail it back. Easy!
You should try it for yourself. You can check it out here. I’m hoping this works out really well for me. I love the convenience of it and I think it saves me money and space because I’m not going to the mall, spending money I don’t need to be spending, and bringing home things I really won’t wear anyway. I’m finally moving towards a well curated wardrobe and hope this process makes that one easier.
From what I understand, the selections get better and better as the stylists learn more about you and what you like. I’m excited to see what they send next.
Do you get Stitch Fix? How’s it working out for you?
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