My 1st Stitch Fix


Have you guys heard of Stitch Fix?

From their website:

Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that delivers a truly personalized Fix of accessibly priced items directly to doors across the United States. Stitch Fix hand picks pieces for each client, to ultimately help them look and feel their best.

Over time, Stitch Fix tracks and learns from each client’s preferences, likes, and dislikes making it the only shopping experience that can know women’s tastes even better than their friends.

Stitch Fix works with over 200 brands, from up-and-coming labels to more established designers. Based in San Francisco, Stitch Fix has over 50 employees and ships throughout the U.S.

And oh goodness – it is awesome, fun, exciting, and convenient.

I got my 1st Stitch Fix a few weeks ago. And here is what I got. . . 069

A cute striped top. A fun and comfy (seriously the material was awesome) dress.

A sweater with a fun bow detail in the back. 073

A scarf.

And a cardigan.
They include “styling cards” to give you ideas of how to wear each item. Or ideas of how it might supplement things you already have in your closet. 021022

You try everything on in the privacy of you own home. .. or if you are me – in front of Scott and Laura in the dining room. Winking smile And then you pick what you want to keep, the others you send back within 3 days in a pre-postage paid shipping bag. There is a $20 ‘styling fee’ but that is applied to whatever items you want to keep. I decided to keep the cardigan. Which I just love! It is perfect for work or over a t-shirt with jeans for the weekend.


There is a nice detail on the back, and it has pockets! 016021

After you decide what you are going to keep, you go onto their website and comment on the other things that you sent back, so that your stylist can get to know you and your style better. I also have a “To Wear” board on Pinterest that my stylist can look at. You can request certain things for each ‘Fix’ if you want/need. i.e. work clothes, fancy dress, specific occasion coming up. Can you tell that I am just in love with Stitch Fix?

Check it out here, if you’re interested!

Have you ever done Stitch Fix or something similar?


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17 Responses to My 1st Stitch Fix

  1. Jodi

    That looks like fun! I’m curious (if you’re willing to share) , how much was each item in the box? I read the FAQ section on their website they mentioned an average of $75, but it wasn’t clear if they meant per item or the entire box… I’m more of a clearance/thrift store shopper, so I’m just wondering if the prices would be too high to even consider trying it.

    • KT

      Of course I will share Jodi! I think everything in my box was less than $75. The dress was the most expensive. I can’t remember prices of everything, but I do know that the cardigan that I kept was $48. The prices seemed on point with what I might spend at banana republic or jcrew. The quality is awesome too – which I think is worth the higher cost (IMHO).

  2. What a cool idea! I’ve never heard of it. I’m pretty tall. I wonder if they have tall sizes?
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  3. Sue

    Have you tried Sort of similar. Amazing high high end workout top and bottom once per month. Try it for a month or two. It’s fun.

  4. I have a love/hate relationship with Stitch Fix. I get a box every month and sometimes the fashion/style is on and other times I am like, “WOAH – I would never, ever wear that!” I think they sent me the same scarf as you which I quickly returned. I thought it looked a little too tween-y for me 😉
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    • KT

      That’s a bit of a bummer. . . I had the same thought on the scarf too. I really liked that they picked out some things for me that I normally wouldn’t have tried on, so that was fun.

  5. Um, that sounds amazing! That cardigan looks great and everything else was super cute too. So whatever items you keep they are all$20 each?
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    • KT

      Not exactly. . . your $20 “styling fee” goes towards the price of whatever you buy. . . so I kept that cute cartigan that was $48, I had already paid $20 for the styling fee so they charged me the remaining $28 for the cardigan.

  6. I’ve heard about Stitch Fix on some other blogs and it sounds like a very cool concept. I tend to get stuck in clothes ruts so it is very tempting to have someone picking out new things for me to try!
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  7. This is so fun! I love the top that you decided to keep, it looks great on you! 🙂
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  8. I’ve never heard of this before. My sister is really big into fashion/clothing so I’ll have to pass this on to her.

    Thanks for sharing 🙂

  9. Kim

    That’s neat. I have heard of the workout clothes one before, but never that one. The cardigan is really nice!

    I am pretty fashion challenged so I can see the appeal of services like this!
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  10. Wow that sounds really cool! I am definitely checking it out!!!
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