Stitch Fix Review

Stitch Fix is a subscription-based personal styling service. It has an great range of clothing options which are high quality and put together to match your style by a personal stylist. For a $20 styling fee, Stitch Fix will put together a box of 5 items for you. Anything you don’t like can be returned for free.


Stitch Fix Men

Signing up for Stitch Fix is easy and fun. Plus stitch-fix-men-8they just annouced Stitch Fix Men is here!

If you are a current client you can earn a $25 credit to your account by refering your guy or signing him up. To refer your guy go to stichfix.com/refer and use your referal links to send by social media, email or manually share. Or you can sign him up under the ‘Men’ tab on stitchfix.com. Then sit back and wait for your $25 credit!


Stitch Fix Review

Top left: The Greenich Striped Knit Top. Loving the leather detail on this top! It’s a great casual striped top for running errands on a Sunday afternoon. Paired with some sequin Kate Spade studs for some bling. I won’t be keeping this top as I have (probably) too many casual tops for fall.

Top right: The Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan paired with the Clea Pencil Skirt. This outfit is so fall. The muted colors and maroons make for a great work outfit. As a clinical dietitian I’m on my feet all day. These CL by Laundry flats with a small wedge are beyond comfortable if you’re looking for comfy shoes!

Bottom left: The Heather Lace Detail Tab-Sleeve Blouse. The lace detail on this shirt is so feminine and pretty! I love when shirts have unexpected details. These flowing blouses are always great for work. My BCBG leopard print pumps don’t hurt this outfit one bit. This piece turned out to be slightly small on me so it’s going back.

Bottom right: The La Roda Pullover Sweater. A thick, comfy sweater is just what the recent weather is calling for. Love maroon colors for fall. Paired with your favorite pair of black leggings and you’re good to go! I love finding new outfits I can wear my Nomad Statement Necklace from Stella & Dot with.

Have you tried Stitch Fix before and did you like it? Tell me below!

If you haven’t tried it – go for it!

Raquel

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