How Do I Get the Most Out of My Stitch Fix?
Are you frustrated with the pieces of clothing you are receiving in your Stitch Fix? Are they not matching your personal style, not fitting correctly, or are seasonally inappropriate? I am sharing 10 tips for a better Stitch Fix experience. I have been a Stitch Fix client and stylist for over five years. Over these five years, I have learned how to optimize your profile, provide the right information, and request what you want to get the best Stitch Fix experience.
My First Fashom Box | My Personal Experience & Review
I have been a long-time client of Stitch Fix, an online styling service. So when I heard about Fashom, a styling service similar to Stitch Fix, I couldn’t wait to try it. Here is a review on my experience with Fashom and why you should try it too if you like online styling services.
My Stitch Fix Floral Tops Styled for Spring
It is finally spring! I am sharing over 18 floral tops from Stitch Fix and how I styled them. From distressed denim, platform sandals to mini purses, I love dressing up my Stitch Fix tops for spring. Keep reading to see how I styled my Stitch Fix tops for some stylish spring outfits.
10 Ways to Wear Your Stitch Fix Sweaters
I am sharing 10 ways to style your favorite Stitch Fix sweaters. Combining looks from other stores at every price point, I love styling my Stitch Fix sweaters with items directly out of my closet. Keep reading to see how I styled my Stitch Fix sweaters for some stylish and warm looks. Shop the outfits with the jeans, shoes, and handbags I linked!
Stitch Fix vs. Fashom: How They Compare
I have been a Stitch Fix customer and stylist for over five years. Recently, I was introduced to a new styling service called Fashom. Of course, I was excited to try it out and specifically to see how it compares to Stitch Fix. Here is what I have experienced so far on how Fashom and Stitch Fix compare. I would highly recommend trying both to see which best fits your lifestyle and preferences. Keep reading for how Stitch Fix vs. Fashom and how you can try Stitch Fix and Fashom for free!
What Clients Want: Q&A with a Stitch Fix Stylist
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service for men and women. You pay $20 for a Fix and are sent five pieces. You can keep any number of pieces and the $20 styling fee will be applied to your purchase. If you keep all five pieces you get 25% off your total. It’s a convenient service for those that need help putting together outfits, don’t have time to shop, or just want to try some new trends.