Hawaii Mom Blog: Stitch Fix Review




August 13, 2015

Stitch Fix Review

You'll receive a personalized note from your stylist with outfit suggestions for your items.

I had been seeing pictures on Facebook of my friends trying on outfits and mentioning Stitch Fix.  I was curious, but also too busy to ask so it wasn't until I had brunch with a close friend who happened to be wearing a lovely top from Stitch Fix did I get the complete run down on the styling service.  For someone that shops predominantly online, I was sold. 

Stitch Fix was founded in 2011 by Katrina Lake who believed a new retail concept could help busy women discover and explore their personal style.  When you sign up with the popular subscription company, you fill out a detailed questionnaire about your size, style, likes and dislikes, frequency of your shipments, and your budget.  Stitch Fix charges $20 for the personal shopping service and then will deliver you five pieces of clothing and accessories (I opted to receive only clothing) right to your door. 

The best part is that you can try them at your convenience and in the privacy of your home.  You have three days to decide what you want to keep and send the rest back.  If you choose to purchase all 5 pieces you'll receive a 25% discount.  If you make a purchase, the $20 styling fee is applied to the purchase, but if you don't buy an item you will be charged the $20 styling fee.

I was pretty detailed in the comments section to my stylist about my style and the type of clothing I like to wear so it was great to get a box full of clothing that I loved!  They sent me 3 dresses and 2 tops.  They were so spot on that I actually already had one of the tops.  I instantly fell in love with a short, navy dress.  The other two dresses were super cute, but didn't fit quite right.  What's great about Stitch Fix is that they sent me clothing that I wouldn’t necessarily have tried on at a store.  I had a positive experience and look forward to my next shipment!

You can use my referral link to learn more!  Happy Shopping!

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