Earlier this week I received my eighth Stitch Fix box. I was excited to see what my stylist would send for the winter. I suggested a chunky sweater for winter and light wash jeans, and I was very pleased. Before I go any further, if you’re interested in trying Stitch Fix, I’d appreciate it very much if you’d use this link for $50 off your first shipment! I’ll link again at the bottom.
Stitch Fix Review – Winter 2019
Item #1: Pink Clover Fulton Cowl Neck Pullover
I love this sweater so much! I wanted a chunky sweater and this one is so soft and comfy. I love how it looks tucked in just a tad with these jeans and booties. Definitely a keeper.
Item #2: Vigoss Marisa Skinny Jean
I asked for lighter jeans, and my stylist sent these. I was looking for something even lighter than this, but they are a different shade than anything else that I have and they fit great, so I kept them.
Item#3: Mix by 41 Hawthorn Kallon Brushed Knit Hoodie
Like most everything that Stitch Fix sends, this top is so so soft. I love the athletic style with the lines on the arms and the hood. It can go with jeans or leggings, with a vest or a jacket or by itself. Definitely keeping.
Item #4: Nine Britton Billie Tie Front Brushed Knit Top
Again, this is so soft, and I love the tie front style. And the color! I have so much grey in my closet, so this beige top is a welcomed change!
Item #5: Pink Clover Maisy Ribbed Trim Cardigan
I wasn’t sure about this cardigan when I first pulled it out of the box, but I loved it once I put it on. It goes with so much stuff that is already in my closet, which is awesome. I love a super versatile piece.
Pink Clover Cowl Neck Pullover ($48): Keep
Mix by 41 Hawthorn Hoodie ($38): Keep
Vigoss Skinny Jean ($68): Keep
Nine Britton Tie Front Top ($38): Keep
Pink Clover Cardigan ($44): Keep
Buy All Discount (25%): -$59
Credit: -$50 (thank you, readers!)
It was very hard for me to pull the trigger on finally trying Stitch Fix because I would see how much others would spend on their boxes and I thought it wasn’t worth it for the cost. $145 for five items may seem like a lot, but I know I will get a TON of wear out of these items. This is why I only keep items that I really love. Also, I very, very rarely shop for clothes now, so I’m saving money there. Stitch Fix’s items are wonderful quality and hold up wear after wear after wear, which is why I feel like it’s worth the money.
Want to try it out? Here’s what you do:
1. Create a profile (if you use this link, you’ll get $50 toward your first order)
2. Fill out your style profile (be honest and as specific as you can)
3. Schedule your first fix (you’ll be charged a $20 styling fee at time of shipment which will be applied as credit toward anything you decide to keep, unless you use the link above, in which case the $50 credit will take the place of your styling fee.)
4. Try on your items in the comfort of your own home and decide what you want to keep. (Remember, if you keep all 5 pieces you get 25% off your entire order.)
5. Place the items you do not wish to keep back in the prepaid envelope and drop it in any USPS mailbox.
6. Go to your online profile and check out – be sure to leave specific feedback about what you liked and didn’t like about the items in your shipment. This will allow your stylist to better dress you in the future!
A few other things I like about Stitch Fix:
– You don’t have to hop around to different stores searching for something you’re looking for. If you would like a specific piece of clothing or if you have an upcoming event that you need an outfit for, let your stylist know before scheduling your box.
– You can set your price point wherever you’re comfortable with, so that you will get items that are within your budget.
– Returning items is free. Just use the prepaid, pre-addressed envelope and toss it in any USPS mailbox.
– You can stop at any time. You can schedule recurring boxes (every month, 2 months, 3 months, etc.) or you can request them on demand. You are fully in control.
– The initial $20 styling fee is applied toward anything you decide to keep from your box. It is most beneficial to keep at least one item from your shipment, or you will lose the $20 styling fee.
– If you give honest feedback, as time goes by your stylist will get to know your style better and will send you items that you are more likely to keep.
– The quality of the clothing is top-notch.
*This post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix and all opinions are my own. If you decide to give Stitch Fix a try, I would be greatly appreciative if you would use my referral link (we will each get $50!) Thank you for your support! Let me know if I can answer any questions you have about Stitch Fix or the process. Have a wonderful week!