Stitch Fix | Review & HAUL

Another year has come and gone and people everywhere are making resolutions to be better this year than they were last year. Why not make yours to be better dressed this year? Now, usually I am all for going out and searching for bargains, but sometimes a little retail therapy is a necessity. Treat yourself; especially when it’s this easy! Last fall I tried Stitch Fix which is an online styling service that sends a personalized box of clothing right to your door. 

 

How Does it Work?

Ordering from Stitch Fix is as easy as taking a Buzzfeed quiz when you're supposed to be studying! First, you need to fill out your style profile. This will tell your stylist the types of clothing you like to wear, your size, and your price range. Once you finish that, you will choose when you want to receive your shipment. When you receive your box, you have three days to try on your new items before you decide to buy anything! Then, you just send back what you don’t want and keep what you do. Return shipping is free and you are only charged for what you keep. You will be charged a $20 styling fee at checkout, but this applies to anything you decide to keep. (read to the end to find $25 towards your first fix)

The first thing I noticed when I opened my fix was the cute packaging and the personalized note from my stylist. I could tell she took what I said in my style profile and applied it to my items. You can make notes as well to help them make it as personal as possible and she did such a great job with that! I received 5 items and loved all of them so much that I didn't feel guilty expanding my budget for them.

 

Dot Colorblock Cardigan in Tan

This cardigan was $44 and definitely worth the money. It fits great and is really good quality. It is soft, not itchy, and I could tell it wasn't going to stretch out after only one wear. 

 

Kallon Hoodie in Burgundy

This hoodie was $38. My stylist nailed it with this one. It is so comfortable and soft! It could be layered or just worn on it's own. This was also good quality! Even though it is thin, it isn't see through. 

 

Norah Brushed Knit Top in Navy

This top was $38. In my note to my stylist, I included that I like clothing that is comfortable, but also cute and I can tell she kept that in mind with this top. As cute as it is, it is like a fleece material so it is so soft and so comfortable. 

 

Ampton Back Detail Knit Top in Grey

This top was $34. This top is like a mullet; plain v-neck in the front, fun detail in the back. This one is also very good quality and very soft. It could either be dressed up or dressed down to fit any occasion!

 

Vera Knot Hinge Cuff

This bracelet was $28. I did like this because it is simple and it is exactly my style. Although, I did not keep this one because I don't personally wear bracelets enough for how much it cost. It was still just as good of quality as the clothing though if you love your jewelry!

 

Final Thoughts

Overall, I was very pleased with the items I received! They arrived on time and the entire process was very simple. The stylists do a fantastic job! I loved every piece that I got and they were all very high quality. The only thing I didn't like was that the prices are a little higher than what I normally spend, but for the quality and having them sent right to me I think it is totally worth it! It also helps that your $20 styling fee is applied to anything you decide to keep and they also offer a 25% discount if you buy all of the items. I highly recommend giving it a try. It satisfy's your shopping addiction without leaving your house and without having to click through endless options online. Stay out of the cold and try Stitch Fix instead!

Need more convincing? How about $25 towards your first fix on me?! Click this link and start your new year with a fresh new wardrobe! 

In the words of Carrie Bradshaw,
"I like my money where I can see it - hanging in my closet."

 

Happy New Year, New You! xoxo

 

 

 

 

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