I received my third Stitch Fix. I only kept one of the items from this Fix, but have to give their customer service high marks.
The knit top that I wanted had a stitching flaw on the front collar of the top. I emailed them and received a quick answer and received an exchange of the top within three days.
Kudos to the Stitch Fix Team!
Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service for women. You fill out a detailed style profile that helps the Stitch Fix team know your style and body type. They ask everything from your height, weight, to top and bottom sizes. You include details on the types of styles you like such as glamorous, preppy, romantic, and boho as well as a bunch of information on how you want things to fit. They even go as far as to check out your Pinterest Style board if you have one and decide to share it with them. You can check out my board here. Then, a personal stylist chooses five items she thinks you’ll love and sends it right to your door. You choose what you keep and send back the rest, they provide a pre-paid addressed bag that you simply need to put any unwanted items in and throw it in the mailbox. You also choose how often you want to get a box of clothes, which they call a “Fix.”
There is a styling fee to receive a Fix of $20, but that goes towards any pieces you purchase. So you are only charged the $20 if you send back all five pieces. The cost of the clothing varies, but they say the average cost is $65, and that is close to what I see in this first box. When you fill out your style profile, you can be very specific about how much you usually spend on clothes and they try to stay around your price point. Also, if you decide to keep all five items they send you, you get 25% off of everything.
Why am I trying out their service? Convenience! I hate to shop, and rarely do I have time. Unique style! I like getting things I can’t find in the regular stores when I do go shopping. Surprise Factor! What is better than getting a package in the mail? Keeping my wardrobe updated! I am guilty of sticking to what I know, Stitch Fix pushes you out of your comfort zone. This way I can try out new styles I might not normally choose. Fashion help, each piece comes with a styling card showing you two different ways to wear the piece.
*This is not a sponsored post! I pay for these clothes on my own. However, this post does provide referral links for new sign ups which gives me a little credit to go towards my next box.
For every referral to Stitch Fix, they give a $25 credit. If you decide to use this service, I’d love it if you used my referral code so they know I sent you! (Again, I’m not being paid to promote Stitch Fix. Anybody can use their referral program.)
Now onto what I received in my second Fix!
1- Octavia Betty Chevron Infinity Scarf $32
I loved the colors and all scarfs, but this was just to big on my small frame.
The price was good, the color good. This one is a Return!
2- Rune Porter Leggings $38
Leggings just are not for me. This one is a Return!
3- Skies are Blue Saveta Blouse $58
I like this blouse, but the cut of the sleeves have a funny upturn to them.
This is a great blouse, but the sleeves up turning bothered me no matter how many times I tried it on. Return!
4- Market & Spruce Spencer Striped Jersey Dress $58
The colors and cut of this dress are great and I really wanted to keep it, but it was just to big on me😦
5- Olive & Oak Mandi Mesh Detail Knit Top $28
Love this top! I was so happy when they sent a replacement. (see top of the post)
It has adorable mesh detail on the sides. I can’t wait to wear this one! Keep!
My third fix worked out 1/5. Overall I am happy with the Fix and will continue with the service and see what happens.