WHAT IT IS:
If you don't know what Stitch Fix is yet,it's an online personal shopping service that provides you with a personal stylist who selects five clothing items and/or accessories based on information you provide, and ships them directly to your doorstep. Then you get to try them all on, keep what you love, and send back what you don't in a prepaid return shipping bag that's provided for you. The process could not be simpler. It's so neat to see what someone else will select for you based on the information you provide them with about your body type and style. You can also set your price point, link a Pinterest board so your stylist can get a better sense of your style, and you can even request specific items. Your stylist will send you a sweet note about what she picked out for you, and handy little styling cards for how to style each piece!
It's simple to sign up (if you do decide to sign up I'd love for you to use my referral link so I can get a credit!). There's a $20 styling fee, but that cost is applied to anything you purchase from your fix, so I went into this process with the thought that if I ended up getting just one item that I loved I would be happy. (Bonus, if you keep all 5 items you get a 25% discount!) Wondering how I made out? Check below to see what I ended up keeping and what was sent back! (Affiliate links have been provided).
Kut From The Kloth: Maribel Distressed Straight Leg Jean
|shoes (Target) // sweater (Loft)|
19 Cooper: Stevenson Ribbon Detail Blouse
|watch // shoes (Target)|
41 Hawthorn: Lex Textured Knit Dress
|watch // shoes|
41 Hawthorn: Litton Split Neck Blouse
|watch // shoes // bracelet (similar)|
|watch // shoes // bracelet (similar) // pants (similar)|
Gilli: Tahj Maxi Dress
|watch, bracelet (similar)|
Final Thoughts: Overall I really loved 4 out of the 5 items that were sent to me, and ended up keeping two of the five. Pretty great for my first fix and I have to say I'm super impressed with my stylist. The whole process was exciting and I can see how people get addicted! The verdict... if you've been on the fence about trying Stitch Fix, it's definitely worth it to test it out at least once, but be forewarned, you probably won't want to stop after one fix!
So what do you think? Did I keep the right thing? What would you have kept and sent back? Let me know in the comments below, and remember to sign up to receive your own fix by using my referral code!