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Happy Monday babes! Today I want to chat about one of my favorite subscription services for fashion: Stitch Fix.
First, let’s talk about Stitch Fix. I signed up for this monthly delivery almost three years ago. A stylist will pull five items for you to try on at home and return. You pay a $20 styling fee and the price comes off of anything you purchase. If you purchase everything, you get a discount as well. I love it because there are always pieces I would never normally seek out for myself, but end up really loving when they are at my doorstep.
In my last box, I received a bunch of pieces, but only ended up keeping two. Most of what I got was so made for me that I already owned things exactly like them. I decided to keep this awesome sweater for two reasons: it’s big and snuggly and it has THUMB HOLES! I wear it at least twice a week and it is the bomb.com. I also kept these jeans because the color is so different and pairs really well with white, grey, pink, and tan, aka the colors of my wardrobe. It’s a fun pop of color, plus the fit is spot on. Any pair of jeans that doesn’t need to be hemmed is a huge win in my book!
This post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix at all, I just really love the brand and the company, and getting my fixes! A couple of good tips are to be VERY specific when you fill out your personal style survey and don’t be afraid to update it and change it from time to time. If you see something someone has from Stitch Fix that you love, note it and put that note in your “tell your stylist” section. Finally, make a Pinterest board just for your fixes. Your stylists will look directly at this to get an idea of what you are looking for.
You can sign up for your own fix here.
P.S. Request Courtney F. as a stylist! She’s a very good friend of mine who is really, really good at her job!
Thank you for reading and have a fabulous day! -XO