NO Stitch Fix Styling Fee for New Customers = Try Your First Box for FREE
Try Stitch Fix This Month with NO Cost to YOU!
If you’re into fashion (or just don’t enjoy shopping for yourself), like receiving goodies in the mail, and have some wiggle room in your budget, this may be your new favorite splurge! 😍
Through January 31st, head over to Stitch Fix where all you new customers can get your first month’s styling fee waived (a $20 value) when you order your first box within the next 30 days! This is a super rare offer so don’t miss out if you have been wanting to try this service.
If you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix, it’s a personalized shopping experience you can enjoy WITHOUT needing to leave home! Simply fill out your Stitch Fix Style Profile and a personal stylist will handpick a selection of five pieces of clothing, shoes and/or accessories unique to your taste, budget and lifestyle. Keep what you love and send the rest back for free in a prepaid envelope. EASY!
Once you fill out your profile and select a delivery date from the calendar, your Stylist will select your items and the $20 styling fee will be waived for new customers!
The amount you’ll spend on the actual box of clothing will vary based on the following…
What budget amounts you select while taking the Style Profile.
What you actually decide to keep.
If you keep ALL 5 items sent, you’ll get an EXTRA 25% off your entire order! Pretty sweet, and makes for some nice savings!
You may receive pants, skirts, dresses, shirts, outerwear, jewelry, shoes and more from over 250 different brands. Plus if you’d like something specific, you can leave a note for your stylist and they will do their best to fulfill your request. This is great for if you have a formal event coming up and you’d like something a little fancier than you’d usually buy!
They currently carry women’s sizes 0-24W and XS-3X (including petite and plus), maternity sizes 0-14 and XS-XL, and men’s sizes XS-XXL.
My friend who lives in NYC swears by this because she has no time to shop and hates trying things on in the store. Plus the box is always cheaper than NYC store prices. I personally don’t like it because I prefer to pick my own things out and I can always find cheaper options at Old Navy, GAP, Macy’s clearance; depends on your lifestyle!
I tried it several months ago but the pieces were all so expensive. You only get the discount prices on the clothing if you purchase everything they send you.
I’ve gotten this for a few years and love it! I get a box quarterly. It is the only way this busy Mom can have a semi-current wardrobe for work! Is not the cheapest way to buy clothes, but it is great treat for myself!
I tried Stitch Fix and at first, I loved it! The surprise of the clothes was exciting to me. But I had to quit the program because their clothes were expensive, no matter what you put in your profile! I also started receiving styles of clothing that were not me!
With Hip2Save saving me on groceries and essentials, I am able to pay for my Stitch Fix shipments! I have had them for about 6 months now. I agree they are a little expensive, but I LOATHE the mall, work for a very professional company that requires suits, and no time to shop. Honestly a mom of two boys (that will never be caught in a clothing store), I find myself on the sports field instead. A box at my door! I got this!
I have been doing Stitch Fix for about a year. I didn’t know what to expect but thought it would be fun to get a surprise box of clothing. I loved my first fix and bought everything. I chose “cheapest” on my questionnaire when I filled it out and my fixes have mostly been around $150 for 5 items. I know I could buy some of the items at TJMaxx for a little less but I have loved the benefit of trying on at home. My favorite part about Stitch Fix is that my stylist has sent me things I would have never tried otherwise and I have loved them. I have been disappointed in a couple of fixes but I almost always receive something I really like. It’s definitely worth a try for free.
I was reluctant to try it because I am shorter and bigger in the legs. I got jeans that were a perfect fit in the first box! There was only one shirt I was unsure of but it layers with the cardigan in the box so I kept it. It’s a splurge. I think I’ll do every other month or two. I get so many compliments on my stitch items. This busy momma doesn’t have time to search racks at multiple stores. I can cross other things off my to do list instead of wasting my time and gas shopping!
Way too expensive! Most of the stuff you cold find for 1/3 of the price at TJ Maxx. I got a couple boxes and none were under $250. Not for me, but might be for you!