Just after I found out Baby I will soon be Big Sister I, Stitchfix sent me a very well-timed email notification that they now carry maternity wear! My birthday was coming up, so I had no choice but to schedule a fix immediately.
Oh, Dear Readers, I may as well have forgotten what a blog is, and how to write posts. It has been far too long. As has been my story the past few sparse posts, the past couple of months have been overwhelmingly busy. But never fear! I am bursting with things to post about and the end of my semester is near! For now, I am woefully behind on Stitchfix reveals!
Without further ado, here is Box #5!
Where is the Stitch Fix #3 post, you ask? It’s not there. Sigh. Sorry. Grad school, work, being sick again and again…these are the things that have been slowing down my blogging game. So many apologies, but I have given up on blogging Stitch Fix #3. At least for now. I still have all of the (poor quality, as usual) photos, so maybe the mood will strike one day soon and I’ll post it, excruciatingly out of order.
So I recently stumbled upon Stitch Fix, which is a personal shopping service that sends five items of clothing, accessories, or bags right to your door for you to try on in your own home. It’s genius, actually.
Here’s how it works: you go to the site, fill out this really detailed style profile that includes your sizes and the price you’d prefer to pay for each type of clothing or accessory. You can even link to a Pinterest board that you’ve got some hot fashion items on! Then, you can either tell them when to send you a box (or “fix”) or you can sign up for a monthly subscription. You pay a $20 “styling fee” when they send you your fix, but you can apply that to any item you decide to keep! If you keep all five items in your box, you get 25% off. It’s a pretty good deal.
Also, there’s a referral program. All of the links to Stitch Fix on this post are my referral links, so if you use my link to get yourself to the site and sign up for a fix, I get some credit (thank you!).
Okay, now to the nitty gritty. What’s it like getting a fix? It’s like Christmas and my birthday, all wrapped up in a very stylish package.