I must say, I’m still loving Stitch Fix! It’s been about a year since my first fix , and I’m still loving this service. I took a bit of a break when my pregnant belly didn’t want to fit into normal clothes, but I’ve since resumed and I’m just as smitten with clothes showing up at my door as I was when that first box came.
If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, here’s a run-down:
You fill out a style profile, complete with tons of questions about your style, and size. Then, you schedule your fix and it comes straight to your door. What exactly do I mean by “fix”? It’s a box put together by a stylish (based on your profile) and it includes 5 different items.
The initial cost of the box is $20, BUT you can use that $20 as a credit if you chose to keep at least one thing from the box. The box also comes with a prepaid postage envelope to ship back the things you don’t like. So, free shipping and free returns, and you only lose the 20 bucks if you don’t like a single thing in the box. The odds are in your favor, at least mine were.
I haven’t been showing you all of my items (sorry!), but I thought I’d start showing you some of the keepers. Now that I’ve sent the box back, I’m kicking myself for failing to take a photo of the other items in my box that weren’t keepers.
You live and you learn, right? And I have a box coming later this month, I’ll be sure and take a few photos of everything so you can get a better idea of the whole picture.
I requested items for Fall this month, and I was secretly hoping for a light-weight coat, and would you believe I ended up with this pretty little coat?
As soon as I saw it I knew if it fit, I would keep it! I’m loving the color and it makes me even more excited for cooler temperatures.
The only other thing I kept was this comfy red sweatshirt. Now that I’m staying home, I think comfort is key. Between chasing BK at the park and sitting in the floor to play with Jud, my work clothes just won’t cut it anymore.
I also received an infinity scarf, but it was just too bulky for my taste. My fourth item was a white sweater tunic, and I just can’t see myself wearing bright white and introducing Jud to solids. It just seemed impractical for this season of my life.
The fifth and final item was a great navy tunic and I was very close to keeping this item.
But, it was very similar to this past Stitch Fix item from last Fall. I love this black and white tunic, but I decided I didn’t need both, so I sent it back.
Have you tried Stitch Fix yet?