I ordered my first Stitch Fix subscription box! Order yours here.
I received 5 items in the $50-100 range, and each item was under $60. You can also choose the range “as cheap as possible” but since this was my first box, I didn’t want to limit quality TOO much.
The clothes are VERY well made. Nice materials, and as the reviews suggested, PERFECT fit. I am 5 3″ and usually wear a 6 or 8 in the bottom (medium and sometimes large) and a 4 or 6 in the top (small). I have short legs and long arms for my height, and I let them know that on my detailed style profile.
You can tell them how adventurous you’d like to be, and for what occasions you most often dress.
I wear business casual/preppy clothes most of the time, even on the weekends…but I DID want some “date night” clothes too. So my stylist chose tops that would be good for work AND going out, and I think she hit the nail on the head.
What I didn’t film, because I didn’t see it until later, is that my stylist actually wrote me a personal note responding to my preferences on my Pinterest page. She saw some cute skirts on my page, which is why she thought I’d like the polka dots (which I DO love them).
People most often ask me: Was it worth it? And I would say: definitely yes. However, it’s not something I would do every month because it is an investment (not the cheapest clothes ever). I think I would do it every few months to get new ideas and add some unique pieces to what I already have.
On my Pinterest page, you can see how I styled everything with what I already own: http://www.pinterest.com/alisonsnotebook/stitch-fix-personal-styling/Follow me around: