I’m so excited to share a fun and new (to me) clothing find Stitch Fix! One of my favorite mom’s at my son’s school told me about it a few months ago. I signed up, but wanted to see how it went before sharing it here with y’all in case I didn’t like it. I’ve been a member for awhile now and I’m pretty hooked on it!
With Stitch Fix, you fill out a personal style profile, including info about your size (height, weight, bra size, how you like things to fit, etc.), and then they send you five pieces of clothing to try on in the privacy of your own home as often as you want (I get mine once a month, but you can get them every 2-3 weeks or every other month). You can keep everything or return it all if you don’t like it. I’ve found the prices are pretty reasonable too (in the $30 – $80 dollar range).
Have y’all heard of Stitch Fix or tried it? I swear, I must be living under a rock sometimes . . . If you try it out now and use my referral link, I’ll get $25 in Stitch Fix credit. You’ll get a referral link to share if you sign up too. I’m so curious to see what other people get in their fixes. Please feel free to share with me!
Here are some of my Stitch Fix items I’ve received in the last few months. This dress is something I might have passed up in the store- I wasn’t sure how the colors would look on me, but I liked the pattern. As soon as I tried it on, I knew I was keeping it. The fit was so good and it’s made of a lightweight cotton material that is perfect for this time of year. It’s hard to tell in this picture, but it zips in the back.
I’m wearing the dress with my Sam Edelman Alva sandals (they sold out at Nordstrom, but are currently on sale at Zappos). One of the things I like about Stitch Fix is that, when they send you your box of items, they include a wardrobe card that gives you several outfit options using the things they sent you. This gives you lots of ideas for how to get the most mileage out of your clothes. I don’t think they suggested pairing this dress with a denim vest from Marshall’s, but I threw it on and I like how it looks!
This lace top from Stitch Fix is awesome! Again, I was a little iffy about how it would look on, but it ended up fitting perfectly. The cut is great and it has two small slits in the back that give it more charm. I wore it in Dallas at the Haven conference and would also wear it out to dinner or to church and brunch. It came with a white stretchy tank top to wear underneath too. The necklace is the Stella & Dot Avalon– one of my go-to’s.
The jeans are Stitch Fix too. They are slightly distressed (not too much) and really comfortable. I love it when I don’t have to alter jeans! This same outfit would look good with boots and a scarf when the weather gets a little cooler. And add a blazer. Nice, new outfit!
Here’s another Stitch Fix top (navy and white stripes) that I wore in Dallas recently. It’s so easy to wear and would also look great with denim or white jeans. I like the way it’s cut in the back too. The strawberry necklace was a gift from one of my close friends years ago. The shorts are Express and I’ve worn those Nine West wedges forever!
This Stitch Fix drapey light-coral top is so good! It’s really soft and the blousy nature of it is pretty forgiving in the waist. I probably would have passed this up in the store because it doesn’t look so good on the hanger. And that’s the Stella & Dot Rebel Pendant necklace– super popular. The white jeans are old from Express.
It’s pretty fun to get a surprise package in the mail and see what’s inside. My first “fix” I kept two of the five things, and returned the other three. (They give you a return envelope with pre-paid shipping for you to drop off at any USPS location within three days of receiving the package).
One of the things I returned was a heavy sweater and on the feedback you can provide, I made sure to tell them that I live in Houston and it’s hot here, so no sweater necessary right now (was a couple months ago). Had it been Fall, I would’ve kept it because it was really cute (rust colored asymmetrical with a zipper). I also returned a black and gold cuff bracelet in a chevron pattern because I figured I have enough accessories. And it was $35. I figured I could probably find something similar cheaper.
The two items I kept were a black and white striped lightweight long-sleeve top and the pair of jeans above. The top has become one of my favorite things in my closet. It has a bit of a frayed edge seam at the neck and cuff. Those small details are part of what I like with the Stitch Fix clothes.
When my friend was initially telling me about Stitch Fix, we were excited about it because we both find it difficult to get to a store to try things on and sometimes we just want someone to suggest things for us! I shop mostly online and often order two sizes, in case one doesn’t fit. Most everything I’ve gotten from Stitch Fix fits, I just have to determine if I like the item enough to keep it and if the price is right.
When you fill out your style profile, they try to get a read on what kinds of things you like by asking if you you like/don’t like/love a specific type of look and how often you’re dressing for work, casual, cocktails, etc. But, you can provide feedback and I pointed them to my Fashion Pinterest board too.
Have y’all heard of Stitch Fix or tried it? I swear, I must be living under a rock sometimes . . . My next fix is scheduled to arrive on Friday, July 18! I’ll Instagram what’s inside so you can see how the shipments come and what I keep/return!
See my 2nd Stitch Fix Review here.