Stitch Fix Review on my Birthday: My own personal stylist!
Yes, today is my birthday! I decided to treat myself to a Stitch Fix. If you don't know what Stitch Fix is, let me give you the scoop. Stitch Fix works kind of like a box subscription services. After you create your account. Fill out a detailed profile about your taste in clothing, you size, style preference, how much you want to spend, and Stitch Fix will send you accessories and clothing according to your how you filled out your profile! You can also submit your Pinterest board to give your stylist a head start. You choose the exact date the box will arrive and how often you receive your box. 5 items come in each box with a style card that gives you tips on how each item can be worn. This gives you the opportunity to try out these clothes with items already in your closet! Don’t like some of the items you got? Just keep what you like and send the rejects back! They include a prepaid postage bag to send back the items you don’t want! You can also submit feedback with each fix as to why you loved or hated each piece.
This box initially costs $20 (Styling fee) that goes toward any purchase in your box. You get to choose the price range of how much each item in your box will cost. I chose “the cheaper the better option” To give you an idea of roughly how much each item costs at my level, my items cost roughly $30-70 a piece (accessories are sometimes cheaper). I absolutely love this company! You can make special requests with each box, and each box you can give them feedback so they can get to know your style better. Let's dig in!
Overall I was really happy with my fix. I loved the personal birthday note and the two shirts are a great addition to my closet. I've decided to get monthly fixes from now on. I can't wait to see next month's fix. If you think you might want to try Stitch Fix, go for it! You won't be disappointed!