My latest Stitch Fix

Your stylist will choose five items she thinks you’ll love and ships them right to your door where you can try them on in the comfort of your own home and with your other clothing and accessories.  I think that’s my favorite part…it’s so much nicer to actually see how things look with your own jewelry and other wardrobe items instead of just trying to imagine in the dressing room how it will work with what you already own.


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Singing the praises of Stitch Fix

Let me just say that my stylist NAILED it. She sent me two pairs of jeans that I absolutely LOVE and three really cute tops.

Y’all, I didn’t have to go shopping. I didn’t have to fight traffic or deal with parking or tote around one (or both) kids. The shopping experience came to me and all I had to do was open a box. Amazing. Needless to say, I am completely thrilled with the experience. I’ve signed up for monthly fixes and I’m really excited to see what she sends me next month!


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Great idea, right?

Shopping is nearly impossible with a toddler and it’s not something I do very often. Stitch Fix is incredibly convenient, and I love being able to try things on at my house, where I can pair tops with the right jeans and shoes before making a final decision. Going forward, I plan to order 3-4 “fixes” a year to refresh my wardrobe about once a quarter.


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It was like Christmas came early…

Overall, I’m super happy and excited with my first Stitch Fix. I ended up keeping everything in my box. With the 20% discount and the $20 styling fee applied to the total, I paid $180 for all five pieces. If you count the $20 I already paid, that’s $40 per item. A bit more than I would spend per item if I went to Kohl’s, but I feel like these items are worth it because they picked for me based on my style and are items I wouldn’t have picked out for myself.


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Try it, you’ll love it!

I decided to treat myself to a little wardrobe update via the stylists at Stitch Fix. I wanted something different than our typical suburban stores and since I don’t get the chance to wander leisurely through the mall by myself, it made sense to get a bit of help.

I’ve already tried out a few pieces and received compliments on my clothing… and all I had to do was click a few buttons and let someone else do the work. Now that’s what I call awesome.


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