Beauty, Fashion, Lifestyle, Subscriptions

Back to Back Fixes

After much research and reviewing YouTube videos of several clothing subscriptions, I’ve decided to give Stitch Fix a try, and I haven’t regretted it one bit. I’m Currently on fix #9 since starting in May 2016.


The Service


This service has done wonders to my style and my closet.  Currently, I’m working on a closet clean out, replacing items I haven’t let go of in years and years.

If you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix, here is a link that describes in great detail about How Stitch Fix Works. Basically though, it’s a stylist service that sends five items to your home at the pace you want and you get to try them on in the comfort of your own home and in front of your own mirror. They charge a $20.00 styling fee which you can get back if you purchase at least one of the five items they send. If you buy all five you get a 25% discount on all the items, plus your styling fee back.

Items range from tops, bottoms, dresses, purses and shoes. Currently their size ranges are 0-14 but they are gearing up to offer plus sizes in 2017. More exciting news is that they will be starting Stitch Fix for Men in the Fall of 2016.

My Fix

Below are photos of my last two fixes. Sorry for the poor quality photos. I’ve requested Fall pieces and have my Pintrest board linked to my profile for inspiration to my stylist.

This fix was very casual and included jeans, three tops and a purse. I really liked the jeans but the distressing (not shown) on the front of them wasn’t really my style or wasn’t quite what I was looking for as I already have a pair similar. Verdict: Returned.  The green and white striped shirt was cute and fit me well but I didn’t love it. Returned. Brown plaid shirt was so soft, fit me perfectly and was flattering to my figure. Kept. Blue Paisley Blouse I thought I was gonna hate but ended up loving it after I put it on. Kept. Brown purse was my style, loves the pockets but one zipper was missing a handle. Returned. I could have contacted Customer Service about the purse and they would have sent me another one but I wasn’t in love with it enough.

Here are photos of my second Fall fix. These photo are from the app that show me what they are sending before I get the items.

I kept all five. After peeking at the items I really thought I wasn’t going to like anything but the jacket however when I saw them out of the box and tried them on, I loved them all. Don’t forget, I received a 25% discount for keeping all of them plus I got my styling fee back.

And This is Why

Again, I love this service as I despise shopping and trying on clothes in stores. It’s risk free and postage is paid both ways.

Tell me what you would like to see in my Stitch Fix blog.  More try-on’s, prices and descriptions? I’m all ears. 

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