My StitchFix Review: May 2013
My Stitchfix Review from last month was so popular that I decided to review this month’s box as well! For those of you who are not familiar with Stitchfix, it is a try on at home delivery service where you fill out an extensive 80 question quiz to understand your fashion and clothing style, how much you want to pay for certain items, and what you are looking for. Then for a $20 styling fee they send you 5 items. If you like all 5, you can get 25% off your entire order. Or just keep what you like and send back what you don’t. Your $20 styling fee is applied to your order so you are incentivized to at least keep something. I LOVE this service and have been using it for over 6 months now. This was my Fix #7 and I continue to be hooked!
May is my birth month, and this month I told Stitchfix that I was looking for cute dresses and items I can wear out to bday dinners and events. Here is what came inside.
Everything was also packaged very neatly. The people at Stitchfix even used the tie from one of the dresses to package everything up in a little bow. Neat.
First I saw this Degas Textured Stripe Open Cardigan. I wear these types of sweaters a lot, and this was the first kind that I’ve seen that is textured like this. LOVE!
Next were these cute cutout diamond shape earrings from Marjorie Baer. These were super cute, but I already have similar earrings like this so I was unsure if I would keep.
Next as this Colorblock Dress. It looked super cute on the hanger. It did not, however, look super cute on me. Decided to return this one.
Then there was this cute striped sweater by Colourworks. I really liked the yellow part at the top and the stripes on the bottom. Totally my style and something I would wear:
Last was another dres. This was a Greylin Azura Geo Printed Dress. It is very different from anything I currently own. I immediately liked it when I tried it on, and I wore it out to dinner that same night. WIN!
Overall I was very pleased with this fix. I decided to keep the textured cardigan, geo printed dress, and striped sweater. The earrings were a toss up but since I was already sending the colorblock dress back I figured I would send them back too. So I kept 3 out of 5 of my fix items. I am pretty excited about these new additions and will be ordering Fix #8 next month. If you are like me and don’t really have a good fashion sense, Stitchfix is great. Plus it is great for busy people like me who don’t have time for the mall or feel overwhelmed by shopping at the mall.
If you are interested in learning more about Stitchfix and signing up, click here for more information. There is a waiting list right now so it might take a few weeks / months to get your first fix but it is totally worth it.
Disclosure: I am not getting paid by Stitch Fix in any way for this post. I have received a lot of interest on Twitter about people wanting to learn more about this awesome service so I decided to post a review on it. It was so popular that I decided to post a review this month and will probably continue to do so each month as long as there’s interest. If you do decide to sign up, I will receive a referral credit when you receive your first fix. This makes my next Stitch Fix Shipment more affordable – and as you can see, I have quite an addiction to this service. Help me help you!
What about you? What items do you like? Have you ever tried a service like Stitchfix? Do you like shopping for new clothes at the mall? Post in the comments and let me know!Shop Amazon - The Electronics Holiday Gift Guide