Fall Wardrobe Refresh with Stitch Fix
Fall has officially rolled in and I am more than excited, you can probably tell with how much I talk about chilly weather. I will say, Texas has it days where it doesn’t want to let go of those hot summer days but for the most part I can wear those sweaters and moto jackets and be my happy self. So when Stitch Fix reached out to partner up and do what I like to call a “Fall Wardrobe Refresh”, I was totally on board and honestly a giddy school girl.
Have any of you personally heard or even used Stitch Fix before? If yes, leave your thoughts down below. I would love to hear all about some of your favorite pieces that your stylist has sent you. If you are thinking, “I have no idea what Stitch Fix is”, get ready to get the full run down.
So what is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is an online styling service built for you
Okay, but how does it work?
- Sign up at www.stitchfix.com
- Fill out the online Style Profile
- Pick the date you’d like to receive your shipment
- One of their expert stylists will hand-select clothing and accessory items just for you – your preferred fit, budget and lifestyle.
- Try everything on from the comfort of your own home
- Buy what you like and send back the rest in your pre-paid envelope at any USPS mailbox
- Tell them what you think
Still have questions? Here are a few I had when I first wander on to their website.
How much does it cost?
There is actually no subscription for Stitch Fix, so that means no subscription fee (thank the lord). The only cost is $20 to have your Fix curated by a personal stylist, which applies towards anything you keep. If you keep all of your Stylist Picks, you get a 25% discount.
For the items in you Fix, the average price point for both the Women’s and Men’s lines is $55 per item, but they carry a wide variety of prices. In your style profile you can tell them how much you are comfortable paying.
Do they have a wide range of sizes?
Stitch Fix currently carries women’s sizes 0-24W & XS-3X. They also have a great selection of Plus Size brands such as Eloquii, Madewell, Good American, NYDJ, Calvin Klein, Tahari, Vince Camuto and over 150 more.
Was that a lot to take in or was that a lot to take in? I promise it’s super simple to navigate on their site and it’s actually kind of fun getting to write out what your likes and dislikes are when it comes to your style. I love leaving those little notes to my stylist, giving them a quick run down of what I’m on the hunt for.
So since I have chatted your ear off about how Stitch Fix actually works, I wanted to give my thoughts on my personal fix.
The last couple months I have really been weeding out my closet and trying to stick to a color palette. It makes it easier to get dressed and the clutter that is a ton of clothing is no longer. I have kept black and whites and of course the wonderful warm hues. While scheduling my fix I kept this in mind and made sure to leave out any colors I didn’t want to see and any styles I just don’t need. When my Fix arrived I was excited to see a lot of staples and all in colors I was looking for. Black, black and more black. A warm color hue, a beautiful chunky sweater and some suede rich brown booties. I knew immediately this Fall wardrobe refresh was going to be a success.
I paired two pieces from my Fix in this post. A swing dress from Michael Kors and that simple light weight black sweater from Harlowe. They both were easy to throw on and style with some of my vintage pieces in my wardrobe. My stylist hit it right on the head with both and I know they will be hanging in my closet happily awaiting another wear.
If you want to see what else I got in my most recent Fix and how I styled them, head on over to my Instagram and check out my stories. I received a few more incredible pieces.
Want to refresh your fall and winter wardrobe? Feel free to sign up and give Stitch Fix a try. Click my referral link below.
Thank you so much to Stitch Fix for teaming up and sponsoring this post! I hope you all enjoyed seeing how I took curated pieces by someone else and mixed them with my own vintage flare.