The other day a friend recommended I check out a website called Stitch Fix. The way she described it to me it sounded like my fashion savior. I’m a busy mom of 3 young boys and I also work full time outside of the home, getting to the mall by myself almost never happens. My current shopping regime is quickly stopping at Kohl’s after work to use my 30% off coupon before rushing home to the kids.
Signing up for Stitch Fix consists of creating a Style Profile. Your Stitch Fix style profile contains your height, weight, how you prefer your clothes to fit, colors you want to avoid and numerous other questions regarding your preferred style. It also contains an area where you can select the price you normally spend on pants, dresses, shirts etc. to make sure you stay within your budget. The most important part of your profile however, is where you link your Stitch Fix account to a Pinterest board you have dedicated to your style. I went and quickly posted a bunch of outfits to my board so the stylist would get a feel for what I like.
After completing your Stitch Fix profile you can select a certain date you want to receive your fix or subscribe monthly. The fee per fix is $20 which gets used toward your purchase if you choose to keep any of the 5 items Stitch Fix sends you. Once you receive your fix you’re provided 3 days to try everything on and determine what you would like keep. There is no requirement to keep any of the pieces, but should you keep all 5 items you receive 25% off the entire purchase. Whatever you decide not to keep gets returned in the provided pre-paid mailing bag.
I am scheduled to receive my first fix from Stitch Fix on April 25th. I literally cannot wait, and will be reviewing all items here, so STAY TUNED!!! Stitch Fix may just be the most ingenious company I’ve found yet. Get your fix here!!