Unboxing: Stitch Fix #2

Hey all!

So I’m back with another unboxing post. This time, this post is dedicated to a styling subscription box.

It’s called Stitch Fix.

I noticed a few videos about Stitch Fix on YouTube and Facebook and figured since I’m a self-declared shopaholic, that I’d give it a try.

So what exactly is Stitch Fix?

Stitch Fix is the first fashion retailer to blend expert styling, proprietary technology and unique product to deliver a shopping experience that is truly personalized for you. Simply fill out the Stitch Fix Style Profile and our personal stylists will handpick a selection of five clothing items and accessories unique to your taste, budget and lifestyle. You can buy what you like and return the rest!

Stitch Fix costs $20 a month, which is a styling fee for your stylist picking 5 unique pieces of clothing or accessories.

Now if you decide to keep any of the items, your $20 will go towards the items total cost. If you decide to keep all 5 items then you receive a 25% discount as well as your $20 styling fee.

So as the title states, this was my second Stitch Fix. Sadly my first fix wasn’t as great as I had expected. However I did notice on a few videos that it would potentially take a few fixes before your stylist gets your style correct.

Anywho, here is what I received in my second fix:

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You receive a card with a personal note from your stylist along with pictures of different ways to style the pieces your stylist sent.

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I also forgot to mention you can leave your stylist a personal note about items you are searching for. For this fix, I asked if my stylist could locate a pair of distressed denim. This is the pair that was sent to me.

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& here are the prices:

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Now I know some of these prices might seem extreme but all of the pieces are boutique pieces so the prices are average prices. (SIDENOTE: I would never pay that much for a midi dress.)

Also, they included a prepaid mailing bag in which you send back the items you don’t like.

Overall, I enjoyed some pieces more than others and sadly only ended up keeping the jewel toned top. I really loved the dress but it was out of my price range and I loved the jeans but I already own 4 pairs of jeans just like those so I passed.

Pros:

I liked that my stylist did listen to what I was looking for. However, I should have been more specific and stated that I wanted a black pair of distressed jeans.

The clothes all fit amazing with the exception of that open cardigan.

SHE SENT ME A MIDI DRESS. (Midi dresses are my absolute favorite style of dress and I’ve been hoarding them like crazy)

It’s nice to have someone shop for you.

Cons:

Some of the prices are a bit out of my price range.

It doesn’t seem like my stylist gets me all the way. (although I did mention the previous disclaimer)

THAT CARDI… just ugly and not my style.

I’m going to give this one more shot and hopefully I keep more than 1 item. I will be sure to update you all on my next box some time in November.

If you are interested in trying out Stitch Fix click —> here

Also, comment if you want me to share pictures from my first fix.

Peace and Love ❀

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