Photo Credit: Jade Ware Photography
I might be a little late to the scene in the Stitch Fix world, but I tried it and am here to share my honest opinion! Let me start out by saying that this is not my first time trying Stitch Fix. My first box arrived in very early 2016, and I ended up keeping every piece I received because I loved all items that were sent! However, the following month I found out that we were expecting a baby, so I didn’t get to get a lot of use out of them.
Now, before we get into the good, bad and the nitty gritty, let’s go over what Stitch Fix is exactly…
Stitch Fix is a personalized styling service that sends 5 pieces of clothing/accessories straight to your door. These pieces are hand-picked for you based on YOUR style and preferences.
This is perfect for you if you:
- Dread going to the mall and/or department stores to shop
- Have hard time figuring out what looks good on you
- Want to keep on trend with the latest styles
- Are tired of your old wardrobe and looking for some fresh pieces
- Love to shop already and try on clothes
- Have kids and just don’t have time/energy to shop
I would say I fall into the “love to shop” and “looking for some fresh pieces” categories. When I do purchase clothes, it is usually from places like Ross, Walmart or JCPenney’s if I have a coupon. I am a full time mom, work part time and involved in my church. The average day for me is either in my pajamas, t-shirt & yoga pants, work attire or dressy clothes for church & date nights. I usually have no problem finding clothing I like but budgeting and having the time to do so limits that in this season of life.
I wanted to try and find some clothes that were dressy but also still had that comfy and casual feel. My stylist definitely succeeded in finding me that! The price point for me for each item of clothing is definitely more than I would usually spend, (told ya, an honest review), but I’ll talk more about that later on!