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If you read my 10th Stitch Fix Review you’re probably thinking, “what is going on, I thought you broke up with Stitch Fix?”. Well, not so fast. Sometimes you don’t realize what you’ve got till it’s gone.
I tried shopping on my own and it just wasn’t that great. In fact I may have described it as miserable. Trekking out in the rain, driving 45 minutes away to try out my Nordstrom Rack shopping skills. Going through rack after rack of clothes that weren’t my size or style. Trying on a few items without the proper undergarments (strapless bra, tank tops, etc.) in a cold dressing room. Only to leave with a necklace and T-shirt. The best part of the shopping trip was probably spending time with my sister and realizing what the value of Stitch Fix truly is for me.
The Value of Stitch Fix
The real value of Stitch Fix for me is the time savings. How many things could I have done with the hours I spent shopping only to return with a T-shirt? I even gave up a weekend nap, which I quite enjoy.
So I’m back in love with Stitch Fix. I love that cute, stylish clothes that fit me show up at my door. Also, I love that I can try them on in the comfort of my own home with the proper undergarments and accessories. I love that I can control how often I receive fixes and can specify how much I want to spend and what I happen to be looking to add to my wardrobe. And, I love that my stylist, Kate, sends me ideas on how to wear the items she chooses for me and checks out my Pinterest board to see what I like.
To learn more about how Stitch Fix works please read my What Is Stitch Fix post. It walks you through how to set up your style profile and schedule your first fix. Keep what you like and apply the $20 styling fee to your purchase. Send what you don’t want back in the pre-paid mailing envelope which you can arrange to have picked up at your house through the post office. Did I mention they have petite sizes!
To learn how to get the most out of the styling service download my guide on getting your best fix. You can access the How To Get Your Best Fix Guide in my free resource library. Get the password for the free library by subscribing at the bottom of this post.
My 11th Fix
One of the things I noticed in this fix is that I received several things that were designed exclusively for Stitch Fix. They also happened to be my favorite items. So Kudos to Kate!
Alice Blue Elby Split Neck Blouse $48
Kut From the Kloth Jonathan Skinny Corduroy $68
I love this outfit! The Jonathan Skinny Corduroy pants from Kut From the Kloth are so comfy. I didn’t want to take them off. They are something I would have never picked out on my own (cords typically give me 80’s childhood flashbacks). I’ve already worn the cords with the Elby Split Neck Blouse by Alice Blue several times. Including our Christmas card photos. These two pieces were designed exclusively for Stitch Fix, so you won’t find them anywhere else. They are also petite.
Romolo Willa Bar Drop Earrings $28
The Willa Bar Drop Earrings by Romolo are cute but not worth the cost in my opinion.
41Hawthorn Macyn Dress $78
I do not like the cut of the Macyn Dress by 41Hawthorn. The color reminds me of an elephant.
Pixley Willow Draped Cardigan $78
I’m not a fan of sweaters. The Willow Draped Cardigan by Pixley probably would look cute on someone taller.
Looking forward to my next fix! Give it a try yourself by clicking my link to get a $25 credit and schedule your 1st fix. It really is a lot of fun!