For the past few months, I have really been enjoying Stitch Fix, and I wanted to start sharing my fixes with you! Stitch Fix is a
personal styling service that shops for you and sends 5 items of
clothing or accessories to your door, either monthly, every 2-3 weeks, or on the date you
choose. The initial fee is $20 for the company to style your box and to ship it to you. (This fee is deducted from your purchase fee.)
How do they know what to send?
You fill out a style profile and enter your sizes and other information. You can even link to a Pinterest Style Board so they can get an even better feel for what you like. There is also a comments section where you can specifically request certain items.
What do you do when you get the 5 items?
After you get your box, and try everything on. You decide what you want to keep and what you want to send back. Whatever you don’t want, you send it back in their prepaid envelope.To purchase what you want you go to the link provided in your box, and pay for the items you kept. You can also leave feedback on all the items. This helps your stylist know what you like and didn’t like about the items.
Now let’s get to the good stuff and see what was in my box this month.
Overall, this fix fell a little flat. I hope I don’t get any cowl neck tops next month. 😀
If you want to try it out, use my referral link by clicking here. (Note: I will get a $25 credit if you decide to get a fix!)
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