I Am Stepher

March 11, 2013

I need my stitch fix!

Filed under: Fashion, Stephermendations, Uncategorized — iamstepher @ 4:09 am


I am on a waiting list to get my first shipment from stitch fix.  I have been on the waiting list for 2 weeks and still haven’t gotten my ship date notification.  The good news is, Stitch Fix just received $4.75 million in funding to expand and help people like me get their shipments in a timely manner.

 So what is Stitch Fix?  Stitch Fix is a subscription-based personal shopping program that is completed completely online and delivered right to your door and it only costs $20!  For most of us, hiring a personal stylist is too expensive for regular use.  Stitch Fix allows you to use their technology to create a personalized profile based on details about your body and style like body shape (bust, hips and shoulders),  size, budget and style (bohemian, classic, preppy, etc.).  Stitch Fix also shows you pictures of outfits and accessories and you rate what you like best.  Each item they send has a price point of about $65, unless you ask for more expensive items.

 Based on your taste, the Stitch Fix stylist sends you a box of five items for the user to try on.  The user keeps and pays for only the items they like and sends back the items they do not like.  The $20 subscription fee is credited towards any purchases, but is kept by Stitch Fix as a styling fee if you send everything back. The company keeps track of everything you keep and return and also allows you to customize your next order (think, more green and more accessories please).

 The coolest thing about Stitch Fix is that it gets better and more personalized with use.  Each time you keep any of the 5 items delivered to you, the stylist is better able to customize your next shipment.  

 I will update you when I receive my shipment.  Maybe I will even make an un-boxing video.  

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  1. Wow- it sounds awesome! You are so “in the know” Steph. You always keep your readers up to date on the coolest things!

    Comment by Molly — March 11, 2013 @ 4:17 pm

  2. JB uses something similar called Trunk Club! I thought it was great until they sent him a $500 version of a North Face vest… and he kept it. Haha! Can’t wait to see what you get!

    Comment by lcb — March 11, 2013 @ 9:24 pm

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