Stitch Fix Review
One of my February Goals this month was to try a subscription box! I decided to give Stitch Fix a try because I just purged my closet of basically everything and wanted some new clothes. Stitch Fix is a pretty cool concept. Basically, you pay 20 dollars for each “Fix” and you can pick how frequently you want a Fix delivered (every month, every other month, or basically, whenever). You fill out a style profile, set a price range, link up your Pinterest boards and leave any notes to your stylist about what you are looking for. Each Fix comes with 5 pieces of clothes/accessories and you have three days to try them on and see what you like. Your original 20 dollars can be used as a credit towards anything you want to keep, and if you want to keep all five pieces, you get an additional 25% off. Anything you don’t want, you send back in a prepaid envelope!
I was really looking forward to my first Fix and it arrived really fast (about 5 days after I signed up). Each box comes with a note from your stylist and pictures of how to style each piece they sent you. This is what I got in my first fix!
Zad Loretta Spike Necklace-$28.00,The necklace is something I would never have picked out for myself, but I surprisingly liked it a lot! Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan in Jewel Tone Purple-$48.00, The Cardigan was a really pretty color and quality material. I specifically asked my stylist to include colors in my tops because I tend to gravitate to blacks and greys, so I was happy to see this color. Mavi Hiedi Jean in Black – $98.00. The jeans fit really well, but were too expensive for what I had asked for.
Tomson Mixed Material Top – $54.00. While I liked the concept of the colors and patterns, this top was way too short for me. I have a long midriff and without an undershirt, this would have shown off three inches of my belly! I can’t imagine what would happen if I had to lift my arms up for something!
Thomson Cross Front Blouse in Navy – $68.00. Once again, I really liked the concept of this top, but it was a little too short on my torso for me. It was also above the price range I had asked for, so that was a bummer.
While it was super fun to get a package in the mail, I was a little disappointed in my first fix overall. I felt like my stylist listened to what I said about color, but didn’t pay attention to the price range I wanted to stay in. I decided to keep the necklace, because my 20 dollar credit makes it only an additional eight dollars. I really like it, surprisingly!
I think I will try another fix in a month or two, when the weather is warmer. This wasn’t a terrible experience, I just think I need to be even more specific in my notes to my stylist about what I am looking for!
If you want to try Stitch Fix, you can sign up using my referral link (I get some money to put towards my next fix to blog about!).
Have you tried Stitch Fix? Was it a good experience? What do you think about my first Fix?