I love Stitch Fix. I know I could have opened up with something more creative or powerful, but I don’t see the need. Stitch Fix is one of the few brands I recommend to friends and family with ease. Actually, I recommend it to strangers, too.
As a mom, I have to admit that I let these little munchkins take a toll on my sense of style. I know I can’t keep blaming everything on them but it’s fun. I decided that I would take control of my health and stop blaming them for the extra weight, so I think I can at least blame them for my fashion issues.
If you have kids and you are on top of your style game, props to you. I need to take notes.
But if you are like many moms and you crave a new look, but just don’t have the time or patience to go shopping for the right outfits, Stitch Fix is here to literally save your life. Trust me when I tell you that this service is EPIC.
So what’s the big deal and why am I giving Stitch Fix mega props? Because I’ve used it (reluctantly since I have trust issues), and I loved it. Stich Fix is the virtual stylist every woman deserves. They get to know you, they ship you items they think you will love, you try them on, then you keep what you want and send the rest back in a prepaid envelope.
Yep, it’s that easy. No catches, no BS. Just a chance for an average girl to get the personal stylist treatment she’s always deserved. Sweet, right?
I am not currently using Stitch Fix, but I have a darn good reason. Life as an entrepreneur and a mom is no joke. I had to take some of that Stitch Fix money and put it towards a few business-related things. Trust me, it was a hard decision (and a very sad one). But trust me when I say that as soon as I can justify buying more clothes (which I desperately need), Stitch Fix will be in my life again. And with my recent weight loss, Stitch Fix will be a great way to upgrade my wardrobe without the stress.
By now, I am sure you are wondering how much this all costs. It’s a fair question because we all know that something this good can’t be free. And it’s not. But it’s also very reasonably priced.
Stitch Fix is only $20 a month. If you purchase anything from the 5 items they send you, the $20 actually goes towards that purchase. If you purchase all 5 items, they take 25% off your purchase (and yes, the $20 still goes towards the purchase). And they also send you pieces that are customized to your spending preferences. So no worries about getting a $300 blazer that you could never afford. It’s just not like that.
So check Stitch Fix out and tell me what you think. I rarely have so many good things to say about a brand, but I have to tell you that this service made my life easier when I used it. It was also so much fun to get clothes and accessories in the mail every few weeks.
Whether your wardrobe is an epic fail or you just need a few cute outfits for work or to chill, Stitch Fix can help you out. Now you can spend your free time taking care of other things that matter while someone else takes care of making you look fab.
The Stitch Fix links through this post are affiliate links. This means that I will receive a commission if your join Stitch Fix. This has not influenced anything I shared in the post. I used Stitch Fix (and loved Stitch Fix) long before I even knew about their affiliate program.