Stitch Fix Review – October 2013
Stitch Fix is a monthly stylist-service clothing subscription for women. Every month your stylist sends you a box of 5 clothing and accessory items based on your size and style preferences. I first signed up for Stitch Fix a few months ago, and I love it! The clothes are great quality, you can pick what price-point you want for the items, and there is free shipping and free returns, so you only pay for whichever items you pick. (And if you keep all 5 items, you get a 25% discount on the entire order!)
The Subscription Box: Stitch Fix
The Cost: $20 Styling fee (Pay for whatever items you keep minus the $20 credit).
The Products: 5 clothing and accessory items selected for you based on your Style Profile.
Ships to: US Only
41 Hawthorn Multi Color Chevron Infinity Scarf – Value $34
I was thrilled when I saw this print in the box and immediately starting unraveling it in hopes that it would be a circle scarf! I lucked out – this was a keeper!
41 Hawthorn Herringbone Vest with Black Piping – Value $68
At first I thought I wouldn’t like this vest, but then I decided it might be a good idea to own at least one vest that isn’t made of faux fur, so I tried it on. And then I fell in love with it. Another keeper!
(Stitch Fix also includes cards with styling suggestion for each clothing item).
Mystree Gareth Open Draped Sweater Jacket – Value $98
This sweater was so cozy! I love the look of it, but I just wish it had a button or zipper to close it. I love the open look, but wanted a little more versatility in this piece for the price.
I sadly put this one back in the pre-paid return envelope.
I normally never wear blouses, so this was another item I kind of assumed I’d be returning before I even tried it on.
It even looks a little boxy in the picture Stitch Fix included, but it turns out the cut is super flattering on. I couldn’t part with this blouse!
Ezra Belted Floral Print Dress – Value $68
If I had liked this dress more, I probably would have talked myself into keeping the entire box to save 25%, but it just was too big in the top.
Verdict: I think my Stitch Fixes are getting better and better! I love my three items from this month’s box, and I’m even getting better at getting my return envelope to the post office in time (you have 3 business days). (I’m really bad at getting to the post office).
Have you signed up for Stitch Fix yet? What did you get in your October box?