Thursday, July 31, 2014

My Stitch Fix Box - July 2014

Everyone always asks about Stitch Fix.  So, this month, I thought I would post what I received in my box. It's like Christmas in a box! I wait until my boys are asleep to try on all the fun pieces of clothing and decide what I'm going to keep.
 First up. This adorable chevron pattern dress. Love the colors and style, hated the fit. Not flattering for me at all.
 Love the style on this tank dress but, the cut was off on me and it was too big. Not a keeper.
 I love, love, love this shirt and they sent me my favorite jeans. The jeans were one size too big so I e-mailed them and they sent me a size smaller - which they usually don't do. They just happened to have the size I needed in stock. I LOVE THESE JEANS!
 KUT jeans are amazing.
 This shirt I stole from my neighbors box. She brought her box over and tried everything on and I fell in love with this one so she let me keep it. Score!

 This is one of my favorite things about Stitch Fix - they give you these amazing cards with ideas on how to wear each item in your box. It's awesome. They also sent me an extremely pricey necklace, which I didn't even open. I sent that one back. Yikes.
I love Stitch Fix! I like having someone else style me because I would never pick out some of these items on my own but end up loving them.

Here is how it works...
Sign up online. You fill out a profile on your likes/dislikes/sizes and they charge you $20 once they ship your box. You try on the items in your box and decide what you want and don't want. They send you a USPS bag to send the unwanted items back. If you choose an item the $20 that you were charged to send the box goes toward your purchase. It's awesome and fun. I've only done it 3 times over the last year.  You can have them send you a box on a regular basis or you can go on when you want and ask them to send one.  You can mark how much you are willing to spend in  your profile. I have the least expensive items marked in mine. The shirt I purchased was $28 and the jeans I purchased were $78 but, I had $75 credit from referring others to Stitch Fix.

Here is a link if you are interested in giving it a try...

1 comment:

  1. Wow, Always wondered what it was "REALLY" like! Sounds like a fun thing to do
    with friends too! Awesome description!!