I’m so grateful for companies like Stitch Fix. They’re a personal styling service designed to make life easier, and they do just that. Believe it or not, I’m not crazy about shopping. I love clothes but I find going to stores a bit of a chore. The same goes for sifting through endless amounts of choices online. To avoid the hassle, I typically end up playing it safe with designers I’m familiar with, which can be very limiting.
The beauty of Stitch Fix is that you create a very detailed profile with information about your size, style, price range and preferences. A stylist then curates looks for you based on your taste and has 5 items delivered to your door. You pay for what you love and send back the rest in their pre-paid shipping bag. But if you keep all five pieces, you get a 25% discount on your entire purchase. Shipping and returns are always free. The best part about this for me is learning about new designers. It’s always a fun surprise to open up my box to discover something new – from the classics to trends. You also don’t need to have a subscription. You can get a Fix anytime you want – every few weeks, once a month or every season.
I was sent a few pieces to style and I can’t wait to show you how I wear them. This 1. State sweater and Kut from Kloth skinnies are currently on repeat. I love the fun yet chic detailing on the sleeves. This look is perfect for an art show, dinner with friends or a casual date with my fiance. The fit is super cozy, especially the jeans. I’ve worn this brand before, and they have a real nice stretch to them without losing shape.
I was also sent these two beautiful dresses from Cooper & Ella (floral print) and Ella Moss (wine color with ruffles). I’m still trying to decide which one I should wear at Alt Summit next month. Maybe both?
Whether you are sizes are 0-24W or XS-3X, wear maternity or petite (or both!) or a man who is anywhere in between an XS-XXL, Stitchfix has an outfit for you.
If you’d like to try it out, use this link to get your stylist fee waived!
Stay tuned for more Fix posts!