‘Hey Trendsetter!’ Those are words that have never been said to me. I don’t expect them to ever be said to me either. Being a fashionista is one thing I am not, and don’t try to be. If you looked through my closet, you’d find a lot of GAP, Banana Republic, Nordstrom & the occasional Michael Kors.
So, when Kimi told me about Stitch Fix, I thought the personal styling service would be perfect for me! Plus, Kimi always looks cute at work. I tend to look like a ‘slob’ (my best friend’s words, not mine ).
All I had to do was fill out a style profile (took less than 10 minutes) and told them I had a rehearsal dinner coming up that I’d love a new dress for. Ask and you shall receive!
I don’t know what I said when I filled out my profile, but I got A LOT OF BLUE! I ended keeping 3 pieces:
I also kept the earrings pictured above. Although I love me some nautical wear, this top was a bit over the top for me:
And this dress was so unflattering! A cute color and style, but not for me:
The pieces I received were priced $19-$99. Naturally, the dress I kept was the most expensive item. However, it was totally worth it. You pay a $20 styling fee per box. In my opinion, it’s $20 well spent. You get the luxury of someone else doing the shopping for you and changing in the comfort of your own home. Plus, who doesn’t love opening a package full of unknown goodies?
Another bonus? You won’t see everyone at Crocker Park wearing the goods from Stitch Fix! I hadn’t heard of any of the designers from my first box.
I am already excited for box #2! Next time you see me, just call me fashionista…(not!)
If you want to try Stitch Fix, let me know and I’ll send you my link!