“The best accessory a woman can own is her confidence.”
Helloooo fashion friends & welcome back!!! Today’s post is all about my new obsession, STITCH FIX! I originally heard about Stitch Fix through a coffee chat we had at work with the CEO, Katrina Lake. Stitch Fix was originally just a business model she dreamed up while attending HBS…Fast forward a few years to 2011 when the company launch and it became a reality.
So what is Stitch Fix?! If you’re like me and don’t have a ton of time to shop (or any for that matter) and need an easy and effortless solution to fast fashion – Stitch Fix is for you! Their online website & app are both very easy to navigate and hooks you up with your very own personal stylist, HOW FUN!
Create Your Style Profile
Get 5 hand-picked items, sent right to your door
Keep what you like & send the rest back
How cute is the packaging!?!?! You can schedule your Fix on a monthly, bi monthly, or as needed basis & it will get sent right to your door!
Next: Decide what you’d like to keep and send back anything you don’t fancy, you can even exchange for an alternate size. I would highly recommend to fill out the review portion in your Fix account after you’ve experienced your first Fix – this helps the stylist get to know you better so each time your Fix will be better and more personal than the last.
When you sign up for Stitch Fix you will be prompted to create a style profile unique to you. The more specific and detailed you are the better your fix will be. The site will also curate options and you can select and rate them to help give your stylist an idea of what types of clothing you would wear vs. what isn’t your style at all. I personally have a very wide range of what I will wear, I’m typically someone who isn’t afraid to go out of my comfort zone and try new things. For my first fix, I did write a little blurb to my stylist telling her who my style icons were and giving her some ideas of what I would like to be included in my fix. One thing I have been searching for is a new pair of jeans so I asked for one to be enclosed. I honestly couldn’t believe that the pair that was in my fix fit perfectly!! Im 5’9 with long legs and a tiny waist (aka: nothing fits me correctly!)…so I was extremely surprised when the pair actually fit!
Out of the 5 items they sent me I ended up keeping just the jeans and bag. This was mainly due to the fact that my Fix was so spot on to my style that I already owned options quite similar to what they had sent. You only get charged for the items you keep and everything else you can send back using the prepaid USPS shipping label..yes, its that easy!
Have you tried Stitch Fix? I would love to hear your feedback or comment below if you have any question about my experience!
If you are new and would like to try it out you can Sign Up HERE!
Thanks so much for reading!
This post is not sponsored, all opinions are my own.