It is no secret that I am a fan of Stitch Fix, an online personalized styling service. It is fun and easy to receive a box full of high-quality clothes and accessories in the mail, try on everything in front of my own mirror, and send back what I don’t want.
If you’re curious about how Stitch Fix works, here you go:
The first thing you will do when you sign up for Stitch Fix is fill out the Style Profile.
Doing this will help your personal stylist understand your size, style, shape, budget, and lifestyle.
Schedule Your Fix
Select a day in the near future for your Fix to be delivered.
Before your Fix is styled, make sure to leave a note for your stylist. This is where you have the opportunity to share any specific items you are looking for. Are you going on a trip? Do you need new fashion for the season? Are you looking for date night attire? Whatever it is, let them know so you get your best Fix possible.
When your personal stylist selects items for you box, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.
Receive Your Fix & Try On
One of the best things about Stitch Fix is that you get to try on everything in the comfort of your own home.
Make sure to try on each piece your stylist sends — you might be surprised what will look and feel great on you.
I also encourage you to create new outfits by pairing items you already own with what’s in your Fix.
You have three days to decide what you want to keep.
Checkout by logging into your account online or on the Stitch Fix app to give your stylist feedback on each item in your shipment and pay for the items you want to keep. Providing a detailed response for each item is important because it helps your stylist better understand you and your style.
The $20 styling fee will be applied as credit toward any items you purchase. If you buy all five items, you’ll get 25-percent off the entire purchase
Mail Back What You Don’t Keep
Place the items you don’t want into the prepaid mailer and drop it into any USPS mailbox.
There, it’s that easy.
If you are ready to try Stitch Fix for yourself, feel free to use this affiliate link.
Disclosure: The opinions expressed here are my own. I may receive compensation or account credits to share my experience with you. I do receive a referral and compensation if you sign up for Stitch Fix using my link.