- You go online to stitchfix.com and you create a style profile (You can even link to clothes you’ve pinned and styles that you have on pinterest!)
- You are charged a $25. styling fee that will go towards whatever you decide to purchase
- You’re sent a box of clothes. I got two tops, a cardigan, a bracelet and a pair of jeans
- You decide within three days what you want to keep, and send the rest back in pre-addressed envelop free of charge
- If you decide to keep everything that was sent you get 20% off
- If you refer a friend that does a stitch fix, then you get $25. off your next purchase (hence the link BELOW…help a sista out!)
So, if you’re wondering what the style profile is like, they’ll ask you what your opinion is on several groups of clothing. Just for a reference, out of the different groupings, this is what I said I LOVED. The others were either not my style AT ALL or just a little meh..
They also will of course ask what your size, weight, and height is. They also ask you how you like to wear your clothes. For instance, do you like to have your tops fitted, or more loose, do you like to show your arms, show cleavage, show legs, or keep covered, etc. They’re very specific, which I love! In addition to all those questions, they also ask you how much you like to spend on clothes, whether or not you are looking for clothes to be more casual, for date nights or professional. The questions are great.
So, without further adieu, this is what was shipped to me. The packaging was very professional and pretty!
The first thing I opened was this cute cuff. I loved it but I already own something similar to it and it was $38. so I decided to return it.
This cardigan is cute and edgy and good in theory. However, when I tried it on, it did nothing for my figure and was way too big. Maybe in a smaller size, and possibly a different cut. It definitely has the boho tribal vibe, which I love.
Okay, for the pants, I got a pair of denim jeans. I really wasn’t too excited about these, and the price was over 70, which is pretty pricey. I tried them on and again, I wasn’t overly impressed. Then when I was about to pack it up to send back, I realized that they had a style card in there and they were supposed to be ROLLED UP. They were called boyfriend jeans. Man am I out of the loop! I just started getting into skinny jeans, and now I need rolled up boyfriend jeans? But you know what? When I tried them on again rolled up, I loved them. I’m still perfecting the skinny tight roll (It doesn’t look quite right in the picture) but I’ll get it eventually. They’re not too tight and fitted, they’re super comfy, and honestly they’re my new favorite pair of jeans!
In the box was also this comfy knit shirt, but the fit was all wrong. I have a long torso and the shirt was super fitted right around the chubbiest part of my stomach, when it should’ve sat closer to my belt line. It is a pretty color (my favorite) but the fit just wasn’t right. It was also super tight around the elbows with it being more loose in the shoulder… giving you the batman wing-ed arms… not really my thing.
I love this top! The colors are certainly my colors and I love the style. It’s perfect for the spring and I love the cute triangle cut-out details in the back of the top too. I feel like I need a long silver casual necklace to jazz this up a bit, so I’ll be on the lookout for an inexpensive piece that I think will help complete the look more. This top is a keeper along with the jeans. I love them both!
It was overall a great experience for me. You should definitely check it out. If you have already and you’d like to share what you got, comment with a link to your blog post!
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