Here in Pennsylvania, we are supposed to get about two feet of snow. I had fun trying on my 55th Stitch Fix, since there is no school today. My stylist, Andrea, did an incredible job! In my stylist note, I asked for sweaters, and Andrea delivered! For those of you who are not familiar with Stitch Fix, it is a personalized clothing style service.
Stitch Fix has clothing for women, men, and children.Stitch Fix has many different kinds of clothing as well as shoes, jewelry, purses, and bags. You can opt not to get certain items if you so choose. When you sign up, you will be assigned a personal stylist. Each time you get a “Fix” you can choose to have the same stylist or you can request a new one.
You can choose to get your box as often as you would like. There are all kinds of options. You don’t have to get a fix every single month. I get one every month or so. I have the Stitch Fix Style Pass. You have to be invited by Stitch Fix to get the Style Pass. You usually get the invite if you have been doing Stitch Fix for a few months. The Style Pass is a yearly payment of $49, which is waived if you purchase something so it’s a pretty great deal. Once you have the Style Pass, your $20 monthly styling fees are always waived, so that is the benefit of having it.
Each adult box includes 5 items. It comes packaged in very nice tissue paper. It’s like getting a present! If you keep at least one item, then the styling fee of $20 is waived. If you like all 5 things in your box, you get 25% off everything! I have done that quite a few times. Your box comes with a personalized note from your stylist along with suggestions for how to style your items called a Style Card.
As a busy mom, teacher, blogger, and curriculum content creator, Stitch Fix is perfect for me. I don’t have a lot of time to shop, and when I do go shopping, I have a hard time finding things I like. I love that I can try things on in the comfort of my own home. Stitch Fix sends you a bag to send back anything you don’t like with a free prepaid shipping label on the front. You have three days to decide if you like what’s in your box.
Here are the 5 items in my February Fix!
1. Market & Spruce Remy Brushed Split Cowl Button Knit Top (below)
This soft purple Remy Brushed Split Cowl Button Knit Top by Market & Spruce ($44) is very soft and comfortable. It will definitely keep me warm during these chilly winter months here in PA.
2. Fortune + Ivy Rainer Chevron Color Block Pullover (below)
As soon as I opened my box, I knew that this Rainer Chevron Color Block Pullover from Fortune + Ivy ($50) was a keeper. I love all the colors, especially the mustard yellow and soft pink. The V-neck hem at the bottom is a unique touch.
3. Threads 4 Thought Rita Core Running Performance Leggings (below)
These dark pink Rita Core Running Performance Leggings by Threads 4 Thought ($74) fit so perfectly. They are unbelievably comfortable. I love that they have nice stretchy pockets in the front. The best part is that they are made from recycled materials. I have another pair of Threads 4 Thought black capri leggings that have lasted a very long time, so even though they are expensive, they are worth the price.
4. Nine Britton Dalia Brushed Knit Top (above)
I love the versatility of this Dalia Brushed Knit Top by Nine Britton ($44). It can be dressed down with leggings for an athleisure look or could easily be worn with jeans or nice pants for a more casual look at work or going out with friends. I love the tie-dye grey color, since it can be styled with many different color pants. Did I mention that it is super soft? I didn’t want to take it off!
5. Nine Britton Dalia Brushed Knit Top (below)
I didn’t even realize that these were the exact same shirts, just different colors, until I looked at my style card. This Dalia Brushed Knit Top has a wide striped design. The colors are very pretty and I like the feminine touch with the pink on the top stripe.
A special thanks to my 9 year old daughter, Claire, for taking all these photographs. She’s the best photographer!
I hope you enjoyed my Stitch Fix Review! I decided to keep everything, so I got 25% off my total purchase.
If you would like to try Stitch Fix for yourself, your spouse, or your kids, click here for $25 off your first fix. I promise that you will not be disappointed!