It’s here! It’s finally here! My newest fix arrived in the mail this week and I was literally counting down the days awaiting its arrival. I have become obsessed with Stitch Fix, the online personal styling service for women. If you’re not already familiar with Stitch Fix, prepare yourself. This site is amazing!
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How Does Stitch Fix Work?
New customers begin their experience on Stitch Fix by completing an online style profile. The survey takes about 10 minutes. Simply provide information on your sense of style, sizes, spending preferences and clothing needs. It’s fun, quick and easy! Once you complete your profile, you will be ready to schedule your first fix! A personal stylist hand-selects five pieces of clothing and accessories based on your preferences, then ships them direct to your door. I love this service because I don’t have time to shop and I can try on all of the garments in the comfort of my home. Once your fix arrives, you have 3 days to keep the items you like and ship back the items that don’t work. Returns are free as well. You will be charged a $20 styling fee each time you arrange for a fix, but if you decide to keep any of the items in your fix, the $20 fee is applied as a credit. And if you decide to keep all 5 items you get to save 25% on the entire fix.
After you decide which items to keep, log in to your Stitch Fix account and complete a final survey to let the company know which items you wish to keep or return, and share any comments you have on each piece. Your stylist will use that information as they select the items for your future fixes. I loved the pieces in my previous fix (you can read all about it here) but the fit wasn’t quite right even though they were all in my size. Based on my feedback, this new fix was AMAZING and I can’t wait to show you what was inside.
Stitch Fix #2: The Big Reveal
Ready to see what was included in my February fix? Here we go!
Don’t let the relatively small box fool you. It was filled with clothing treasures.
Once the box was opened, the inside flap reminds customers of how the process works.
It’s as easy as Discover, Decide, Check out!
An envelope is included in the box, reminding me that the items were hand-selected by my stylist. A personal note and full-color style cards with suggestions for how to wear each piece are also included with my fix.
Unwrapping the fix is just as much fun as opening gifts on Christmas morning.
Just like last time, all the items were beautifully folded and I was filled with suspense as I gently uncovered each new garment in the box. A chartreuse scarf from Echo looked just like a pretty bow atop the other items.
Unfolding the scarf revealed a gorgeous silk blouse with a bold ikat print.
The style card for this blouse suggested pairing it with a cardigan and I liked the idea of mixing the blouse with brown accents.
The most fun part of any Fix is mixing the new pieces with items I already own. I paired the ikat print blouse with brown boots and a tan cardigan from my closet. I love the richness of this look.
This was definitely my favorite piece in the collection. It was flattering and a fun print, and neutral enough that I could easily pair it with so many items. The blouse was also a beautiful stand-alone item that I could wear on warmer days.
Next up was a v-neck sweater with an interesting diagonal stripe.
I stuck to the basics with this sweater and paired with black pants, boots, and a statement necklace.
The black pants that I am wearing in the photos also came in my fix. They too, were amazing. They were stretchy and super-comfy. Although the tag indicated that they were my usual size, the stretchy material caused them to sag a bit after a full day of wear. I’m hoping a belt will help to solve this issue.
The last few pieces in my fix were a teal tunic sweater, the amazing black pants, and of course, the gorgeous purple and cerulean scarf.
The fit of the teal tunic wasn’t exactly my style, but it certainly was a beautiful color. And the scarf! It was simply stunning. Unfortunately, I am a scarf addict and I have so many scarves stuffed into every available nook and cranny of my dresser and closet. I decided to use a little self-control and opt out of keeping the scarf. But it was a very tough decision to make.
Here is the complete collection of my Februrary fix.
Stitch Fix Giveaway
Want to try Stitch Fix for yourself? Sign up, complete a style profile today, and schedule your first fix. If you use my referral link to sign up (included throughout this post) I receive a small commission that I use to offset the costs of my fixes.
As an extra-special treat, I am also giving away a $20 Stitch Fix gift card so one lucky fan can try the service for herself.
Use the Rafflecopter below for your chance to enter!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
This giveaway is open to US residents only and will run until 10pm EST on Thursday, February 27. The winner will be contacted via email and will have 48 hours to claim her prize. After 48 hours the prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be selected. I apologize for all the rules… it makes me feel sad and awkward when fans don’t claim a great prize.
After this month’s home run, I’m already excited for my next fix. March 19 can’t come soon enough!
I wonder what treasures my third fix will contain…
My friend Mary from Sharing Kindergarten recently reviewed her February fix too. Want to see what surprises came in her fix? Check out her blog post!
Find More Stitch Fix Styles this Winter
Gear up for the cold weather this winter with more amazing styles from Stitch Fix. Stop by any of my previous winter posts to see what arrived in my shipment. Pin your favorite pieces to your style board on Pinterest and request them from your Stitch Fix stylist.
Thanks for this awesome giveaway! I just signed up the other day and will get my first fix on the 18th!! Yay!!!!
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I love that teal tunic sweater! What a gorgeous colour. Unfortunately Stitch Fix doesn’t ship to Australia so I have to live vicariously through posts like yours. My fingers are crossed that they will expand here soon! 🙂
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Omg I seriously neeeeed to try this!!!
This sounds great:)
Signed up to get my first fix this week! I’m so excited to see what goodies I have in my box after seeing all of your wonderful items!
Btw, I love the brown boots you’re wearing with your fix items! What brand, style, name are they? I would love a pair for myself! 🙂
I too am hoping that they will expand to Australia in the near future – I just love your black pants and the ikat blouse!!
Joanne, I will keep my fingers crossed for you!
I signed up using your referral, I’m so excited to see what comes in my fix. I’m just wondering are the pieces really pricey?
Thank you for using my referral! The prices are higher than what you would pay at Marshalls or Old Navy (my 2 favorite stores to shop at) but if you make it clear that you have a limited budget, the Stitch Fix team does try to accommodate your needs as best they can. I hope you love your fix!
I also signed up using your referral. Hoping my pieces are as amazing as the ones in your fix. My fist Fix is due in early April and I can’t wait. I love to shop myself, but find the area I live in doesn’t give me the unique style items I want. Hoping this is the answer.
Hi! I’m sure you have this info on your blog somewhere but which Canon are you shooting with? Thanks!
Who is your SF stylist? We share the same style and I’ve been bounced around so many times!
My stylist is Layla, but I don’t think she is currently taking on new clients. I get asked about Layla ALL the time so I asked for a new stylist to handle a few recent fixes. Leslie styled me earlier this spring and did a lovely job. You can read about one of those fixes in this post: http://crazytogether.com/june-stitch-fix-review-37-giveaway/
Amazing! Thank you