I ordered a December delivery because Stitch Fix was having a contest. Of course I didn't win, but I can always come up with more clothing requests. My fix arrived a week early and was supposed to be due back on December 24th. I requested an extension because I had planned a certain delivery date for a reason. Here's the usual quick rundown about the service:
Stitch Fix is a service that will send you five articles
of clothing (or purses, scarves, jewelry, and now shoes) picked by a stylist at whatever interval you choose
based on a style profile you fill out about yourself. You pay a $20
styling fee for each box, but that money goes toward anything you keep.
So as long as at least one item works for you, there's nothing to lose.
And if you keep all five items, you get a 25% discount.
You don't have to sign up for a certain time period between fixes. You
could try it one time and never get another fix or get another one 2
years later! There's no cost commitment until you schedule a fix. When
the box ships, that's when you are charged the $20 styling fee.
You can create a Pinterest board dedicated to your style and put the
link in your style profile so that your stylist can see what items you
like and why. I love when I receive something I actually pinned or
something very similar to a pin on my board!
Here was my note to my stylist for Fix #18:
Same stylist (Anne) please! Would like some pants that have a boot cut for my work shoes. Also, I'm going to New York in January, so I would like some warm and cozy clothes!
Anne was unavailable this month, but here is what Amy sent me:
(1) Liverpool Harper Bootcut Pant - $88
I wanted pants to wear with my Danskos for work, since the black pants I bought about 10 years ago are a little worn out. It's also hard to wear my skinny pants with flats and no socks in the winter! Here's what they look like paired with my shoes and the Market & Spruce Galapagos Dolman from Fix #17 (photo taken by my 5 year old):
I also wanted to try something dressier to see if other shoes would work with the pants. Here they are with some black pumps and my Creative Commune Vandalia Blouse from Fix #7 :
Zad Martin Cuff from Fix #10. They are a tad bit long, but I think they will work. At least I'm not stepping on them.
(2) Papermoon Kanyi Pullover Sweater - $68
(3) Skies are Blue Simeon Cargo Vest - $78
I have had a week to fall in love with this vest, but I think I need a medium just for a little extra room to button over my layers. I was hoping to exchange and tried to check out while on MARTA today, but the site timed out on me. Now I keep refreshing hoping to get a medium back in stock. It is so warm and has a hood and pockets. I still have until the end of tomorrow to hope another medium shows up. I tried it with a top also sent in this fix as suggested.
Market & Spruce Colibri Shirt from Fix #9, since I don't think I am keeping the shirt from above.
(4) Laila Jayde Busby Cowl Neck Zipper Detail Knit Top - $58
(5) Skies are Blue Avena Split Neck Top - $54
Just Black Jimmy Skinny Jeans from Fix #7:
Now I fill out a checkout survey to give specific feedback on each item so
that my next fix can be even better. Then I put the rejects in a
prepaid envelope and drop it off at the post office.
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