Stitch Fix Review

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I haven’t been doing a lot of shopping for myself lately, mainly because I haven’t felt very attractive and I don’t want to add clothes to my wardrobe that I might not wear again. And for the most part, maternity clothes don’t really appeal to me. But a few weeks ago a friend introduced me to Stitch Fix, an online personal styling service, that turned out to be a simple way to add fun and unique pieces to your wardrobe from the comfort of your own home!

How it works.

  • Sign up for a Stitch Fix account.
  • Fill out the style profile. This is the place to decide how you want Stitch Fix to fit into your life, and closet. For me, my go to clothing palette has always been white, black and shades of gray so I took advantage of some of the more bold/patterned options. I wasn’t looking for the essentials, but rather a few looser fitting tops that I could wear for the next few months and again after pregnancy.
  • Pay the $20 styling fee and schedule your first delivery. The $20 styling fee will be applied as credit towards any items you purchase and if you buy all 5 items you will get 25% off the entire purchase.
  • Each Stitch Fix box contains 5 items, this can range from accessories, shoes to clothing depending on what you specified in your style profile. Buy what you want and use the prepaid envelope to return the rest.
  • Review the contents of your Stitch Fix box online. This feedback will help tailor the items in your next Stitch Fix box.

Contents of my first Stitch Fix box.

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  1. LA Made Maternity Mavin Hooded Henley Maternity Thermal
  2. Eight Sixty Mariana Maternity Empire Waist Stripe Knit Top
  3. Daniel Rainn Remy Split Neck Maternity Blouse
  4. Octavia Henry Birds on Branch Infinity Scarf
  5. RD Style Evelynn Graphic Knit Split Back Cardigan