My Honest Stitch Fix Review 2018 - How to Get the Most out of your Experience
I am super excited to say that this will be my 4th month receiving Stitch Fix styling service. I had other subscription based styling boxes before but my honest experience with Stitch Fix has been completely different. Today, I am rating and reviewing my July box and also sharing my top 3 tips of getting the most out of your Stitch Fix service.
1. Review your closet, know your needs
The styling quiz when you begin your Stitch Fix service is hugely important. My stylist stuck with the categories I asked for to a tee. I recommend getting to know your closet and taking a recent inventory to truly investigate your clothing needs. I was asking for all dresses in the beginning thinking that's what I would wear the most but when I took a good look at my current wardrobe, I realized all my shirts were from 2010 and that's why I haven't been considering separates. With a vast array of items to choose from each month, help your stylist narrow down your needs by getting to know them before hand!
2. Communication is KEY! Link your Pinterest and social media
MY favorite part, and the most unique part about Stitch Fix is the communication between you and your stylist. Compared to others I have tried before, Stitch Fix really goes above and beyond by providing opportunity for feedback and communication at every step. You can send a note to your stylist at any time. If there is an unique occasion coming up or a piece you've been hunting, tell your stylist and let them do the legwork for you! I requested outfits for a wedding weekend the first box, a mom style jean short for the second box and jumpsuit for the third box. Each time, my stitch fix stylist delivered!!
Connecting my social media has been HUGE, especially if you are active on Pinterest or Instagram. My stylist really got my style like she was reading my mind! She even discovered colors that she thought looked good on me and sent the yellow ruffled shirt like you see in this box accordingly. If there is an outfit you see on the Stitch Fix social media or website inspirations, tell your stylist! They will find it for you!
3. Answer honestly, especially about the price range
From experience, there is a way we aspire to dress and spend and a way we ACTUALLY dress and spend. When it came time to make the decision, I sometime was hung up on the price range I set for myself in the beginning. If you are not comfortable spending $150 for a top, answer honestly! Being frank with yourself and your Stitch Fix stylist only helps the quality of your box. The Stitch Fix stylist will adjust based on your feedback every month too.
Sign up today with my Stitch Fix referral link. Hope you enjoy it as much as I am!