So in the name of full disclosure I got my third “fix” in the mail a few weeks ago and pretty much hated all of the items in it. So I packed it right back up and mailed it back without taking any photos or blogging about it. This time around I requested my first stylist, Christine again. Guys. She gets me.
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that sends you hand picked items in the mail to try on. It’s pretty awesome. You create a style profile, or even a Pinterest board to send to your stylist, and they select clothes that they think you will like. After you receive the package in the mail you are given a few days to try on the clothes and you send back anything you don’t want. Your stylist gets to know your style over time and therefore selects better items for you the more times you get a ‘fix”.
There is a $20 styling fee, but it becomes credit toward any item of clothing you want to purchase -and if you decide to purchase all 5 items you receive 25% off of the total purchase! You have about 3 days to decide what you would like to keep and then you check out online – so you aren’t charged for any of the clothing until you check out. They also include an easy pre-paid shipping bag that makes it very convenient to ship any unwanted clothes back.
Anyways. Want to see what the lovely Christine sent me this month?? Here it goes:
First, I received this dress. I am in love with the fabric. It’s so light and comfortable, but still pretty structured. And I am always a sucker for an exposed zipper in the back. It also looks pretty great with a navy blazer I purchased earlier this month. Verdict? I am keeping it.
This shirt. It was love at first sight. The mixed fabric and color palette is so ‘me’. I can’t wait to wear it all fall and winter and dress it up with fun jewelry and heeled ankle boots. I might have worn it out a few hours after receiving my box.
Oh these pants. I loved the color instantly and the corduroy is so fun for the colder months. I loved the way it everywhere but the bottom. The pant legs just bunched too much to justify the price. So deep green pants, you are sadly going back!
This scarf is just not really my thing. The color is a little bright for me and I am just not very into birds. Back you go!
I liked the ‘idea’ of this shirt, but I thought the brush strokes were just a little too old for me. I am not sure if that makes sense to anyone else but me, but that was my feeling. The fabric was sooo silky though! So this shirt got a ‘no’ vote.
Overall I loved this fix. I don’t expect all of the items in my box to be a ‘yes’ because that isn’t too realistic, so two out of five is a great outcome for me! I also think that two is a great number for my wallet
HOWEVER Stitch Fix has a referral program that is pretty much AMAZING. Basically you receive $25 in credits for every person who orders a fix using your referral code. A few of you used my referral code when I posted about my first fix (thank you!!) and I was able to earn some money toward shopping via Stitch Fix. I don’t know what I love more, getting clothes shipped to my house or earning free clothes. The dress ended up being free for me! Yay!
Thanks to everyone who has used my referral code! And a huge thanks to Christine for the great box!!
Would I recommend Stitch Fix to a friend? You bet. (even if they don’t use my referral link. ha.) It’s a fun and convenient way to get unique clothes and can potentially earn you free shopping. What’s not to like?
That being said, if you want to try Stitch Fix I wouldn’t hate it if you signed up using my referral code or by clicking the box below.
***This post was not sponsored by Stitch Fix and is my own personal opinion. However, the links provided are my referral links and will kick back a little shopping money for me if you decide to purchase a "Fix" using my links.