I have always enjoyed shopping. I like fashion and I like trying new styles. Now that I am a mom, none of that has changed although getting out to go shopping is more difficult. The time is just not there. And I am at that in between age that make shopping here in Montana a little harder. We have really great stores for juniors sizes. Then we have Eddie Bauer (which I love) and Coldwater Creek type stores. So, I have a hard time trying “on-trend” styles in sizes that fit my new shape after babies. Enter Stitch Fix. They mail me 5 items and I get to try them on at home with all of my own clothes to see what might mix and match. I also wrote about another Stitch Fix success here! I kept so many great things!
Professional stylists will pick out items they think you’ll love—sometimes a little out of your comfort zone, but that’s part of the fun.
Try It on at Home
Try it on in the privacy of your own home, with your own wardrobe. I like to mix and match pieces with what I already own.
Each item comes with styling tips on how to dress it up or down. I easily get in a rut of how I wear some of my clothes. These style cards help me to branch out and wear things mixed up a bit.
Free & Easy Returns
Drop off returns in our prepaid envelope at any USPS mailbox. Free shipping, free envelope. So easy.
Better Over Time
The more feedback you give your stylist, the better they are at finding clothes you’ll love. I include a note after I receive each “fix” and I update my Pinterest style board often. I send a request for specific items for upcoming events or weather changes.
How Much Does It Cost?
$20 Styling Fee
The styling fee is $20, which you can use towards your final order.
Get 25% Off
If you keep all five items, you get 25% off your entire order.
Priced Just for You
You will be sent items in your specified price range, but items are $65 on average.
What brands can I expect?
We work with over 200 of the best up-and-coming labels and brands — the kinds featured in magazines and on stylish celebs. For example, your Fix might feature clothing by Collective Concepts, Kut From The Kloth, Daniel Rainn, Kensie, L.A. Made, Sanctuary, Mystree or Tart. Part of the fun of Stitch Fix is that we will introduce you to new brands that bring diversity and freshness to your wardrobe!Go fill out a style profile and give it a try! What have you got to lose? Let it be a one time treat or update your closet for a new job, new role (mommy), or find great items for an upcoming trip or event. I have a rule that if I can’t pair the item with 2 other things I already own, it goes back. I love mixing and matching and getting the most out of my purchase.Please use my link and I will get credit!*All opinions are my own. Stitch Fix did not pay me for this post or give me any free merchandise. They don’t even know me outside of my style profile. I love this service and figured you would too.*
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