Stitch Fix is an online clothing shop where you fill out a profile based on your style and are sent a box of clothing and accessories monthly. It is perfect for women that either don’t have time to go shopping or don’t enjoy shopping. Surprising enough, I am starting to dislike shopping at stores. I prefer to shop online at stores that have free shipping both ways or something like Stitch Fix where I can just schedule a USPS pick up from my front door and never leave the house. Try out Stitch Fix HERE.
The top, jeans, and necklace are all from Stitch Fix. I really love the top print, cut and roll up sleeves, but I don’t like that it is sheer. I sent it back because of that, but the stylist is on the right track with this top for me.
The necklace is the perfect length, but I have that it rolls over. It flipped on me a few times for this photo shoot. I would have kept it otherwise.
The top, jeans and necklace are from Stitch Fix. I love the jeans, but they are way too long on me. I like to roll my jeans, but not 4 times. The stylist has not gotten the memo that I’m petite. This top is super cool. I love the lace detail and the length.
This maxi dress was in the Stitch Fix box. It has a flattering neckline and amazing print bottom. It is a little long that for me, but I just need to wear higher heels with it. This goes back to the fact that the stylist thinks I am a giant.
How Stitch Fix works
1. Sign up for a Stitch Fix account.
2. Fill out your style profile. This is the fun part where you get to look at different outfits and determine your favorites. Also, you give all your size info so they can get you the best sizes.
3. Go to checkout and pay a $20 styling fee. You get this styling fee reimbursed if you choose to keep any of the clothing or accessories.
4. The Stitch Fix stylists will review your profile and put together a box for you.
5. You received the box in the mail with styling cards to help you style your new clothing and accessories.
Stitch Fix Review with Pros & Cons
Pros of Stitch Fix
- You get to shop without going to the store
- The style profile and the overall experience on the website is extremely pleasant
- The Style cards that they give you per piece of clothing or accessory is extremely helpful when you don’t feel like trying to think of other ways to style your outfit.
- The stylist sends me items that I would not have been picked for myself off the hanger.
Cons of Stitch Fix
- The stylist definitely did not review my profile before sending me the boxes. She sent me a ton of sweaters and I live in Florida. Just because it is winter everywhere else, does not mean I need a sweater. Even saying this, I did end up keeping one sweater that they sent me, but one is my limit per season.
- The stylist did not look at my height because they keep sending me amazing pairs of jeans in long. I am 5’3″ and could never wear a 34 length. I probably would have a new jean collection if they paid attention to my height. The jeans fit great, but there was no way that I was going to get them hemmed when I could get it done for free at Nordstrom.
- The prices of the items on Stitch Fix seem higher than I am used to spending. I would prefer if they were less.
I am going to keep going with Stitch Fix to see if it gets better. It has been a fun experience so far and I want to see if the stylist wakes up and starts realizing that I am only 5’3″. I’ve emailed them and they have been advised of my unhappiness.
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Have you tried Stitch Fix? What are your thoughts?