As this post goes live, I’m heading to Vegas. That’s right it’s I Teach K, I Teach 1stand SDE’s TpTSellers Conference this week, and I’m headed out to hook up with some of my best blogging buddies and teachers from all over.
Let me just briefly tell you how Stitch Fix works!
How It Works: Stitch Fix is a personal shopping/stylist service. All you do is fill out a personal style profile and answer a few questions, and then for $20.00 a stylist picks out 5 items of clothing for you to try in the comfort of your own home. Your stylist takes your personal styling preferences, size and even special events into consideration when planning your fix. And if you have a hard time ‘seeing’ how pieces should be worn, they even send you a style guide to show you different ways to wear your ‘fix’ with items that you may already have in your closet. After you try on the items they suggest, if you decide to keep them, you just go to their site and check out. They apply your original $20 to the balance of your ‘fix’ plus you will earn 25% off you bill if you choose to keep your entire fix.
If you decide not to keep some of the items, just put them in the prepaid shipping bag that is included in your box, slip into to the nearest mailbox with the flag up and you’re items are on their way. Next, go to your account and check out by indicating which items you are going to keep and which you are returning. It’s really important to tell them what you did and did not like about your fix so they can learn more about you and your style each time. It’s really so much fun to see what my stylist picks out each time my box arrives. I can’t tell you what a wonderful little treat it is.
Next in my fix was a pair of Kensie Skinny Jeans. Again, Stitch Fix tried sending me a pair of skinny jeans in the past, but the color was pink (I hate pink) and the length was about 6-8 inches too long. I was hoping that this time I would have better luck.
My stylist also sent me this Sheer Cinched Waist Blouse. It was really lovely sheer material with a dress tank underneath. She suggested I try it on with a gold skirt or faded jeans, but I had neither. So I just paired it up with a black striped shirt that I had.
So all in all, a successful ‘fix.’ I kept the glorious skinny jeans, the amazingly cute maxi skirt, I am hoping to exchange the heather cardigan, and I’m returning the two blouses.
If you’d like to find out more about Stitch Fix, you can click HERE to go to their website. But in the meantime, why don’t you just try and win a fix from me and my blogging bestie, Maria, from Kinder-craze. We aren’t just giving a way a fix on our blogs this week. Heck, no! It’s Vegas week don’t you know! So we’re also giving away a Stitch Fix gift certificate in Vegas as well.
Of course to win that one you have to come see us at Booth #115 in the Exhibitors Hall of the Venetian on Thursday.
But if you aren’t in Vegas this week, don’t fret. We want you to have a chance to win too and win big! How about a $50 gift certificate to get your started? All you have to do is enter below.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Ok, now head on over to Maria’s blog and make sure you check out her new fix and enter her giveaway as well. And remember, stop by and see us on Thursday.