If you know me, have met me, seen me and have ever liked anything I was wearing, know that it came from Stitch Fix. And if you came up to me to compliment what I was wearing, I probably thanked you, told you where it came from and informed you that I also got my top/pants/skirt/jewelry/shoes/bag from there as well. And then I would have regaled you with accolades for Stitch Fix and how I’m obsessed with it and how I wear at least one piece from there almost every day and how seeing the Stitch Fix box on my porch when I get home from work changes how I feel about the whole day. And then you’d probably say “If you love it so much, why don’t you marry it.”
I can’t marry it. I am already married and I could never leave my family. Besides, I don’t think Stitch Fix “likes” likes me like that. I think I’m in the friend zone.
What I can do is tell everyone I know about it, whether they want me to or not. And I can write about it here and you can chose whether to read further or not.
So here goes…
How it works
If you don’t already know, here’s how it works. Go to the website http://stitchfix.com or use this referal code if you’re super nice and want me to get a gift card. No pressure. Then you will be directed to take a style quiz to help your stylist figure out what to send you. You even link a Pinterest board to your profile so your stylists can see the types of things you’re interested in and send you similar items. (There’s even been a few times that my stylist has found an exact piece that I pinned!) Then you schedule your fix. And voila! A box of 5 pieces shows up at your door. Each box has a stylist fee of $20, but that $20 is applied to anything that you decide to keep. You have three days to try everything on. Then get back on the website or the app to check out and tell your stylist what you’re keeping and what you’re sending back and why. The “why” is very important. It lets your future stylist know what works for you and what doesn’t. You aren’t charged for anything you send back. You just pack it in the envelope provided and pop it in a mailbox. However, there is a significant discount for keeping all 5 items in the box. There have been a few times where it has actually been comparable, if not cheaper, for me to keep a whole box as opposed to just the two or three items that I loved. Which is great, because I’ve never not at least liked anything in the box.
I think I’ve received about 40+ boxes in all – even while I was pregnant, since they have maternity wear. They also recently started doing men’s boxes, which I think is what my husband will be getting for the next gift giving occasion.
Stitch Fix is so fun and easy and affordable and I’m always receiving compliments on the pieces I wear. I recommend it highly. So highly, in fact, that I’ve teamed up with a few ladies to help some lucky person get their own Stitch Fix Box, or two…or six ($1250 will go a long way).
How To Win
Easy. Click the link below. You’ll have to follow some pretty cool ladies on their social media accounts (but honestly, that’s part of the prize;-) ) and just like that, you’ll be entered to win the super mega Stitch Fix gift card. So go do it! And good luck!!
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