Happy Wednesday all!
I wanted to share my experience with you regarding Stitch Fix. I’ve seen it all over bloggy land, and curiosity killed the cat. If you’re unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, it’s basically your own personal styling service! (I know, it makes me sound so “fancy”)
I wanted to give it a shot because although I really like current trends, alot of times I have trouble actually being able to put an outfit “together” that I feel confident looks right. On the rare occasions I actually go shopping, I’m the girl you’ll see staring at the mannequins and just buying whatever they’re wearing.
The way Stitch Fix works, they take you through a client profile questionnaire, they ask you to describe your body type. They show you different outfits and ask you if you love it, hate it, like it a little, etc. And then you schedule your fix, pay $20, and viola! cute clothing arrives at your door for you to try on in the comfort of your own home. Then you decide if you want to keep any of the items (the $20 is applied to your bill) or return any or all of the items in a prepaid shipping envelope.
I like that you can dictate how much you’re willing to spend on items as well. None if the items in my fix were over $80.
So what did I get?!
- Clemensia Square Stone Necklace
- Audrey Pearl Neckline Striped Dress
- Anita Ponte Pant
- Saxon Asymmetrical Zip Jacket
- Ashton Bejeweled Neckline Short Sleeve Top
First off, let me just say that I am COMPLETELY impressed that everything actually fit. With the amount of muscle I have, small waist, but the booty of a girl that squats – I’m a hard body type to fit. I was shocked that everything fit.
The only issue I had was with the arm holes on the shirt. It didn’t fit my guns.
#fitgirlproblems But I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Other than that, the shirt fit nicely and would have looked great with a blazer for work.
I absolutely LOVED the Audrey dress, but felt it was a little too short for my taste:
The pants and jacket were also very nice, but I thought the material of the jacket was weird, and I wasn’t going to pay $78 for a pair of black pants.
I loved that they included a little note explaining the pieces that were chosen for you. As someone who constantly asks “why” – this appealed to me.
Not to mention, they “dummy proofed” the styles by sending you cards with examples of how to wear the pieces!
All in all, I consider it a very pleasant experience, and one that I will certainly try again!!
Have you ever heard of Stitch Fix? Would you ever try it?