My first review of Stitch Fix, an online personal shopping service.
Have you gotten your fix yet? Stitch Fix has been around since 2011 but it has taken me until now to finally try out this online personal shopping service! Let’s just say when you spend the last four years either pregnant or nursing, the last thing you want to do is invest in new clothes. Now that the baby weight is finally off, I knew it was time to give it a try.
If you’re not familiar, Stitch Fix is an online retailer that pairs you with a personal stylist to hand-select five clothing items and accessories. When you sign up, you fill out the Stitch Fix Style Profile which allows you to let your stylist know everything and anything about your fashion preferences. Hate sleeveless tops? No problem. Want to show off your legs? You got it! More kelly green please? Absolutely.
In addition to specifying the types of clothes you want (or don’t want), you can also determine how much you want to spend. Depending on your budget, your stylist will pick out the items that give you the most bang for your buck. You can order one shipment on a specific date or set up a recurring shipment as frequently as you wish
When you place your order you pay a $20 styling fee that is applied to your purchase so long as you keep at least one of five items. Return shipping is completely free and if you keep all five items you get a 25% discount off the total order!
Ready to see how I did? Let me walk you through the five items I received (and kept!!)
If you know how much I love kelly green, it probably won’t surprise you that this Tenessy Chevron Print Maxi Dress ($78) was the very first thing I tried on. I’ve had it for about a month now and I’ve probably worn it at least 10 times. Soft, comfortable and perfect for Michigan summers, I am in love with this dress!
Along with the dress came a stunning Morrie Boyfriend Denim Jacket ($58). I’ve been on the market for a jean jacket for ages so this was an answer to my fashion prayers! What I love most about this jacket is that it’s flexible and easy to move around in unlike others I’ve tried on in the past. I’m wearing it as I type this post with a loose top and leggings. Versatile and fashionable, I will be wearing this jacket again and again.
The next two items I received worked perfectly together: Teresa Colorblocked Sleeveless Blouse ($48) and a pair of Emer High Waisted Cropped Trousers ($98). When I filled out my style profile I had mentioned that I have a naturally high waist. As a result, this low rise pants trend has been killing me! These pants fit me like a glove and are perfect for date night, work trips or lunch with a friend.
My fifth and final item was an accessory: this Kaitland Spade Charm Long Necklace ($36). I told my stylist I was having professional head shots taken so she thought this would be a great addition to almost any outfit I pick. Well, she was right. I wore this necklace for my headshots and am so glad I did.
The bottom line? I kept ALL FIVE items! And now that it’s already been a month since I’ve received them, I can tell you that I’ve already worn each and every item 3+ times.
The best part? I saved almost $75.00 by keeping all five items! Plus, my beautiful mommy decided she wanted to get her fix so I got a $25 referral credit.
Would you like to try it out yourself? If so I would be thrilled if you used my referral link to get your fashion fix on!
Happy Shopping Friends!
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post and I have not been compensated to write this review. This post does contain affiliate links. Happy shopping!