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Another Round of Stitch Fix!!

Posted Nov 19 2013 9:30am

Over the weekend I received my second Stitch Fix delivery.

IMG_6843 In case you’ve never heard of Stitch Fix (referral link!), it’s an engenious company that matches you to a personal stylist and sends you clothes that match a style profile that you fill out ahead of time. The style profile is really comprehensive and the questionnaire asks you a whole bunch of questions about what your style and body type is like. For example, you answer questions like what size you are in terms of small, medium, and large, but then you also answer questions about your size in terms or 2, 4, 6, or 8, and what size differences there are from your top and bottom (so crucial).

You also can pick words that you think define your style (e.g., preppy, romantic, modern, etc.) and select from images as well (this is great for me since I don’t always know what word describes my style but I can usually tell if I like a certain outfit or not).

Once you’ve filled out your profile, a stylist works to pull items you might like, and sends them to you for a $20 fee. If you decide to keep any of the items in your “fix,” the $20 goes to that. So, if you decided to keep a $40 sweater you would only have to pay $20 more to keep it, since you already paid $20 for the fix.

Another great thing about Stitch Fix is that you can try the items on in the comfort of your home with clothes that you already own! Have you ever been in the dressing room and thought, “I bet this would look great with my darker jeans, but I can’t really tell…” or anything along those lines? Problem solved.

You can schedule your fix for whenever you want- monthly, before an important trip, around your birthday, whenever! I love that this isn’t like the other monthly boxes and you can choose when you’d like your next one to arrive. I like to scheudle them a few months apart so I have something fun to look forward to.

Anyway, I got this Stitch Fix on Saturday morning and was so excited. Clearly.

IMG_6862 After my last Stitch Fix a bunch of friends and coworkers (and some of you guys!) signed up for Stitch Fix using my referral link so I wound up getting a discount. I totally forgot about this and when Fabio reminded me (ever the bargain-hunter that he is) I literally did a happy dance in my living room.

Since I was being such a goober, Fabio captured the whole thing.

Picture that times 100.


Then it was time to try on my stuff!

Up first: a cute knit short-sleeved top with a fun pattern. This shirt fit me really well, was super comfy (it’s like sweater material), and I loved the fun pattern. This type of shirt is so easy to dress up or down with a blazer and a fun necklace or with a jean jacket, so I decided this one was a keeper!

P.S. Watch Fabio and Jack in the background of all these pictures lol. 


Up next: A sheer-ish navy blouse with a floral embroidered pattern down the front. This shirt fit me really well and I liked the cut a lot, but the embroidered pattern was just ok. I already have a lot of sheer blouses, so I decided to send this one back.


Next was a super cute blue cardigan with blue and white polka dot details in the pockets and by the buttons. SO CUTE! I wear cardigans all. the. time. to work and things, so I decided to keep this one too.


Next we have a fun black and white infinity scarf. At first I really liked this one, but when I tried to wrap it around twice I realized that the length of the scarf was a little short and it sort of looked like it was choking me. No bueno. See ya’ later, inifinity scarf.

IMG_6855 Last was this comfortable green and black striped top. I think my friend Catrina actually has this shirt (Treen, is that right?) and although it was super comfy and I would probably get a lot of wear out of it, I was already planning to keep two things and didn’t really want to make it three. I sent this one back!

LOL at Fabio and Jack in this one.


As a recap, here’s what I kept:


I love both of these!! Woohoo!

I put the rest of the items that I didn’t want into the pre-paid Stitch Fix return bag and dropped them off at the Post Office. So easy!

I know some people have mixed results with Stitch Fix, but so far I have been really pleased with both of my orders. I have scheduled my next one for early February and I already can’t wait!

Again, here is the link to sign up (referral!) in case you want to give it a shot!

Question of the day: Have you tried Stitch Fix? Did you like your “fix?”

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