Love Stitch Fix? Check out my Stitch Fix 2016 favorites……and learn how to get the best items in YOUR fixes!Let’s talk mom style. One of my favorite things I did in 2016? Getting a Stitch Fix delivery each month. Between work, mom life, and blog stuff……trips to the mall weren’t exactly on my weekly agenda. I love that Stitch Fix gave me a chance to do something nice for myself, on a budget I could afford in the comfort of my own home.
In case you aren’t already a Stitch Fix nut…….a bit about the service: Stitch Fix is a personalized styling service that sends five pieces to your doorstep. The great thing? When you join, you fill out an extensive styling profile. You can request certain items or even ask for options for a specific event. You choose how often you get a fix (for me it’s once a month). In the comfort of your own home, you try on all items. Then you keep what you love, and send back the rest…..and all with free shipping! There is a $20 styling fee, but you can use that $20 as a credit towards any of the items you keep. And YES, you can set a price range you feel comfortable with.
In the spirit of five pieces per box, I wanted to share my FAVORITE five items from my Stitch Fix stylist this year………and five tips for getting the most out of YOUR Stitch Fix boxes.
Liverpool Nic Cropped Skinny Jeans (September 2016 Stitch Fix Review )
Patrons of Peace Silverman Bell Sleeve Tunic ( November 2016 Stitch Fix Review)RD Style Tawny Open Drape Cardigan (October 2016 Stitch Fix Review)Wisp Sheree Dress (August 2016 Stitch Fix Review)Pixley Vincenzo Cargo Vest (July 2016 Stitch Fix Review )
Want to get the MOST out of your fixes?
- Be specific: Tell your stylist about your life. If you’re a teacher like me, business casual attire would be silly. If you have a vacation coming up and need sundresses, SAY SO!
- Give feedback: The more feedback you give after each fix, the better your fixes will get. Take a few minutes to explain why you are keeping or returning certain items.
- Adjust your profile: Every few months, I review the style profile I filled out when initially joined Stitch Fix. I make changes, select new favorite inspiration outfits, and confirm that everything else is still accurate.
- Include pictures: Take the time to upload a photo to your profile and to add your social channels to your account. Your stylist should be able to VISUALIZE you.
- Pin away: Pin items you love to a Pinterest board. I have a Stitch Fix specific pinterest board. I spend a little time each month searching for Stitch Fix reviews on Pinterest and pinning items I’d love to receive.
Follow my Stitch Fix Inspiration Board for more Stitch Fix Favorites!