I’m a high school teacher, and many of my teacher friends use Stitch Fix because it saves them time and energy, so I’ve always been interested in trying it out. Stitch Fix is an online service where a personal stylist handpicks clothes, accessories, and shoes for you and the items are conveniently mailed straight to your door. So when WeAreTeachers approached me to work with Stitch Fix and try out their styling service for myself, it was a no brainer! Read on for my review of the experience, photos of the outfits I received, and an exclusive deal for my readers!
The Stitch Fix website is so intuitive to use. I filled out surveys about my style, sizes, price points, etc… and soon, my first personalized box arrived! There is a $20 styling fee, but that goes toward any item you choose to keep. Order your first Stitch Fix box through my link to waive the fee! Then, you only pay for the items that you keep and mail back whatever you don’t want, and all the prepaid shipping is free.
Look 1: I received this striped knit and these Madewell high-waisted skinny jeans. They are such classic and versatile pieces! The Stitch Fix box comes with a booklet of how to style the items you’ve received, which is so helpful and makes styling your new clothes even more of a breeze. I layered a utility vest for work, and I’ll also be sporting the striped knit under a cardigan. The low, twisted back of the sweater is fun, and I’ll be wearing the knit on its own on weekends.
Look 2: In the same Stitch Fix box, I also received this floral jersey dress and the blush scalloped cardigan. The dress is so soft! I would wear it with the sweet pink cardigan for work. On weekends, I’d style the dress under a distressed denim jacket or even a leather jacket.
All in all, Stitch Fix is an incredibly convenient and helpful solution for those who may be too busy to shop or uninterested in shopping. Order your first Stitch Fix box through my link to waive the $20 styling fee!