I promised I would share with you the items that arrived in my first Stitch Fix box. I was very nervous to sign up because I was just not sure how the process was going to turn out. But, I found signing up for Stitch Fix and getting my first order was not only easy, but fun.
The packaging from Stitch Fix was great and I was like a kid on Christmas morning opening my “present”.
One you sign up, Stitch Fix will send you 5 clothing items on a regular basis – you get to decide how often. My first box included 2 shirts, one cardigan, one pair of pants, and a necklace.
I have heard that it can take a few “fixes” for your stylist to understand what you are really looking for, so I was pleasantly surprised by my first order. I immediately liked the cardigan without even trying it on. The necklace looked interesting as did the shirts, but I was pretty sure the pants were not going to make the cut.
Stitch Fix provides style cards so you can see each item paired with other clothing pieces to make an outfit. I would say it was helpful, but not mind shattering.
Okay, let me be really honest with you for just a second. I wanted to show you how the clothes looked on, because it’s hard to tell how something really looks on the hanger. But, once I convinced my husband to take pictures of me (thankfully Eleanor was napping), I felt totally silly, embarrassed, and shy. The modeling photos are below and I now have a much better appreciation for all of the models out there.
In the end I kept the cardigan and necklace. The other items were mailed back and I provided detailed feedback for my stylist so that she can make it better next time.
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