Sunday, September 29, 2013

Stitch Fix #2 Review

Have you heard of Stitch Fix?

It's basically a personal clothing shopping service.
 Have you ever wanted your very own personal stylist??
Well, now is your chance!

I like shopping for my own clothes but it's so cool to have someone else choose your clothes once in awhile. Many times they will choose clothes that you never would have selected...but then you get it, try it on...and voila, you love it! Or maybe you are just too busy to shop for clothes or dread trying on clothes in the stores, then Stitch Fix is for YOU!

When you sign up, you'll fill out a questionnaire about your style, body shape, interests, needs, etc., where they really just ask you the same three questions in about five ways to make sure they're understanding you. Like do you like bohemian chic, preppy, conservative, etc... Don't worry if your not sure, they show photos of each styles to help you define your style.

When I first tried Stitch Fix, I was about to go to St. John in the USVI. So I told my stylist I wanted some casual dresses for a Caribbean vacation. A few days later my package arrived. Whatever you don't like you send back in a postage paid bag.
This time I scheduled my Stitch Fix I told my stylist that I wanted clothes for fall. I didn't get photos of everything but here is what I did get pics of.
This is Maise 3/4 Sleeve Front Gathered Top by Tea & Rose
The Huron Reversible Magnetic Tote by Street Level
Here is another photo of the Tote
I didn't keep the top or the tote as I have lots of black tops like this and just don't like boxy totes without any structure. These went back.
I was really excited when I saw this chevron coat, but wondering what you think of it?
Family is telling me it's too boxy and too short. What do you think??
Ok, not the best shot there...but hey I gotta show you how the back looks.

So, should this stay or should this go??

Now, just want to say I think this is a great service for people & super fun for a once in awhile treat (like for your birthday or a special occasion) but not something I would do every month.
Try it for yourself and then be sure to let me know what you thought of it.
Click on this link to sign up for your STITCH FIX

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