First Stitch Fix

So I got my first Stitch Fix box last week!  I was so super excited to get it.  It’s been a while since I’ve been shopping for myself.. with work, kid, and husband.. it’s kind of tough to get out for myself now.  But this made it easy, and it came right to my doorstep.. really can’t get much better.


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3 Things Stitch Fix has Taught Me About Fashion

1. I don’t have to match

I think one of the best things about Stitch Fix is it gives me courage to wear things together I wouldn’t have dared on my own. The other day I put a blue shirt and a black and white maxi skirt from Stitch Fix. It’s scandalous, I tell you.

2. I have my own style

On a recent retreat, I mostly wore mixed and matched Stitch Fix pieces with things I already had. Several times, friends said, “I really like your style.” Something I’ve never really heard before in response to my clothing choices. Stitch Fix (with their fantastic style guide) has taught me to be stylish and I love that.

3. I need to accessorize

Accessories really can make the outfit and even better, change what you already own into something a little different.


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It Must Be Love

 I know that for me personally I pass up A LOT of things in stores that I just glance at on the shelf or rack and think “oh I would never be able to wear that.”  But if a stylist picks it out for me and it’s sent to me at my house I can try it on in the privacy of my own home.  Half the time I end up loving things I think I will HATE and hating things I think I will like!


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Busy Woman’s Fashion Solution

When my Facebook feed began filling with enthusiastic reviews of a new website called Stitch Fix, a personal shopper that sends a few outfits tailored to your needs, I thought my problem was fixed. Stitch Fix would provide me with a customized, trendy wardrobe that would be make me feel, young, hip, and in the know!


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