Yes, I know today's post is a little out of the norm of what I usually write. I'm classifying fashion as a cultural post, okay?
For those of you unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, it is an online styling service that sends you clothing and accessory items at times you schedule. Here's how it works:
- You sign up and fill out their style profile. This includes everything from your sizing, to what you can afford to spend, to personal preferences regarding your fashion taste.
- Based on your preferences, a stylist at Stitch Fix assembles a kit of five items that are sent to you. It's a surprise, so that's what makes it fun.
- Once you receive your Fix, you try everything on, keep what you like, and send back anything you don't like. You confirm payment online and send a note to your stylist about the quality of your Fix and what you'd like to see change for future Fixes.
Easy. You don't pay for anything upfront - yes, you enter payment information upon signing up, but you don't actually pay until you decide what (if anything) to keep.
So, without further ado, I present my Stitch Fix items.
1. 41Hawthorn | Bryan Short-Sleeve Open-Front Cardigan
This is a basic layering piece. While I have similar items, I don't have anything like it in white. White is a good neutral, so I'm looking forward to wearing this over many different casual tops.
3. Market and Spruce | Twain Twisted Neckline Slub Knit Shirt
4. Zad | Melodie Layered Teardrop Stone Necklace
At first I wasn't sure if I wanted to receive accessories in my Fix, but I love this necklace. I'm a big fan of colorful statement necklaces with the right outfit. Definitely a keeper.
5. 41Hawthorn | Iris Striped A-Line Skirt
I hope you enjoyed the out-of-the-ordinary fashion post today, and I'll definitely be trying Stitch Fix again in the future. Ladies, give it a go. It's a lot of fun!