Stitch Fix Review: Why I Can’t Go Back To NOT Having A Personal Stylist

tampa blogger ayana lage wearing stitchfix items while holding a bouquet

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The worst part of online shopping is the returns. I’m notoriously lazy, and if I order something and it doesn’t fit, it’s likely to stay on my bedroom floor until I toss it in a “donate” pile.

That’s one reason I don’t shop online nearly as much as I used to — but I’ve found a solution that’s actually convenient and still lets me buy without leaving my couch.

Stitch Fix is a personal styling service, which sounds incredibly expensive and out-of-reach but is actually affordable. You fill out a survey when you sign up and answer a bunch of questions about your style preferences and sizing, and then a Stitch Fix stylist handpicks pieces they’ll think you’ll enjoy. The styling fee is only $20 per fix, and it’s applied as a credit to anything you choose to keep.

Each box contains a variety of items — I usually receive a pair of shoes or a purse, a dress, a cardigan, a pair of jeans, and a sweater or tunic. You have several days to try on and decide what you really love — then, you send back anything you don’t like in a prepaid envelope. Is Stitch Fix right for you? If you’re anything like me, my answer is yes. It’s perfect for anyone who:

  • Doesn’t like sorting through racks of clothing trying to figure out what’ll look good on them
  • Is an “impulse buyer” and picks things up without any intention to wear them
  • Prefers convenience when shopping for new stuff

I assumed that a personal stylist was a luxury I’d only have if I somehow made it big, but Stitch Fix has pleasantly surprised me. I have a ton of fun having a mini fashion show in my living room whenever I receive a new box, and my bank account loves it because I’m being intentional about the items I keep. Have you tried Stitch Fix?

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