Read all about why I love Stitch Fixes and my latest Stitch Fix review below. I will also show how to get free Stitch Fix credits once you get your free Stitch Fix account set up. Welcome!
Stitch Fix Review #14 – How’d they do!?
Have you ever wanted to try a personal clothing stylist? StitchFix is just that and right now your $20 styling fee goes towards anything that you keep from your shipment (and shipping is free)!
If you’re too excited to read more, sign up here and get started, otherwise read all about why I love Stitch Fixes and my latest Stitch Fix review below. I will also show how to get free Stitch Fix credits once you get your free Stitch Fix account set up.
Why I love Stitch Fix:
About every other month I spoil myself with a Stitch Fix shipment. Stitch Fix is a company of overly awesome and generous, stylish women in the clothing industry that take your measurements, your preferences, and your Pinterest boards (if you offer one for them to look at) to style YOU!
How ever often you choose, you’ll get a box including five items that are tailored to you. You can choose to request boxes as you go too, there’s no need to have a set schedule if you don’t want to although you can. Each shirt you receive, or pair of pants you receive is literally chosen using the latest trends, along with your preferences preset in your Stitch Fix profile to offer what they think you’ll love and want to keep.
If you decide to keep all of it, you’ll save 25% off the entire box which works out to be a $40-$60 savings … remember these are designer items that you won’t find at just any store. 😀
Wondering how to get started?
How Stitch Fix Works:
2. Fill out your style profile. This is the most important part! You’ll want to give very specific details on sizes you wear, styles you like, colors you like, the types of clothes and materials you like, what styles and materials you don’t like, what you enjoy doing outside of work, what you do for work, and what types of clothing you are specifically looking for (more casual, all business, a mix of both, etc.)
You can be very detailed in your descriptions and even share a Pinterest board to give Stitch Fix some ideas of your tastes in clothing. * I also share friends Pinterest boards, even! They’re sometimes way more daring than me and have great sense of style, but I can never shop like they do!
3. Go to checkout and pay the $20 styling fee (*** Remember, this is reimbursed if you choose to keep any of the clothes, so it’s like a free trial).
4. A Stitch Fix stylist will take your style profile, sizes, and preferences and put together a box of clothing based upon what they think you’ll like and what they think will work well for you. Personally, I love the fact that they pick out things that are awesome that I would’ve never thought to pick out for myself!
5. They’ll send your box in the mail. You’ll have a few days to go through the box, try on the clothes, and then choose to keep any that you liked and ship back any that didn’t work. Shipping is all FREE, even what you decide to mail back – win-win!
How to get free Stitch Fix Credits:
Once you’ve got your Stitch Fix scheduled, and you decide you love it, offer your referral link to your friends and family to get a $25 credit on your next fix – every little bit helps, right?!
In my honest opinion, there have been a few StitchFix boxes that I haven’t kept anything out of. With that being said though, there are several where I completely loved everything and had a hard time deciding what to keep! Since your $20 styling fee goes towards anything in your box though, this makes a blouse or two very reasonably priced. I also have my very favorite pair of jeans thanks to Stitch Fix. 😀
Here is what my latest StitchFix Stylist Box had inside:
Bancroft Lattice Bracelet Set
Decision: Undecided. I need a new pair of bangles, and these are really heavy duty nice ones, and they both can be a bit of a statement piece. I love that the set came with both gold and silver, making each bracelet just $14, $34 for the set. This is a nice set for that price!
Skies are Blue Swanley Knit Tank
I LOVE this top. One of my VERY favorite StitchFix pieces is from that line and I have worn it for a couple of seasons with no sign of wear. Love that!
Decision: Undecided. I don’t wear stripes too much in the summer, but this is SO soft, I just might have to keep this! It’s $38, so if I decide to keep it, then my $20 styling fee will go towards it and it will end up being just $18 more. Not too shabby.
Fun2Fun Zahari Split Neck Top
I love the length of this top and I think the summery print is adorable. I would have never given this a second look at a store but I am keeping it! It will be SO cute with white jeans, brown sandals and a jean jacket! And, this print can go into the fall, too.
Decision: KEEPING IT! It’s $44, so after my styling fee, $24 and it fits me perfectly! And, I didn’t even have to leave my house – win-win!
41Hawthorn Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan
I don’t love the front of this cardigan (note to self: add this note to my profile and note this when checking out that the fit wasn’t for me)
Decision: Sent back.
Kut From the Kloth Dayna Distressed Skinny Jean
Meh, I bet this jean wash is “in” but I’m not quite that daring … yet.
** I LOVE this brand of jeans though – they’re AWESOME and don’t stretch too much after wearing. Love that!
Decision: Sent back.
So, all in all, I think my box was good! I never aim to keep everything. I always shoot to keep just one thing, maybe two awesome pieces.
Go ahead, schedule a fix here – you never know what you’re going to find out that you just love and you didn’t even know!
Have you tried Stitch Fix? I’d love to hear what you think!