Happy New Year, friends! I’m struggling to get back to the grind today, but I wanted to make sure I shared my latest Stitch Fix looks with you all before we get any further into the month.
My Latest Fix
I received five “luxe” items in my December Stitch Fix box. I was familiar with some of the brands, but others were new to me and I couldn’t be happier with what my stylist chose. Everything was very comfortable and fit me very well, which has always been the case with my Fixes. Check out what I received:
Invest in Quality
This Stitch Fix box, I asked my stylist for only “luxe” items, which is a newer option that Stitch Fix is offering. Luxe options are pricier, but consist more of investment pieces from brands you may already be familiar with like Joe’s Jeans, Cole Haan, and more. You can tick the box within your style profile that lets your stylist know you’re open to receiving luxe clothing.
It’s easy to get carried away shopping for yourself when the products are inexpensive, but have you ever thought about investing in better quality pieces, versus those cheap outfits that don’t last longer than a season? My favorite way to shop for myself is to buy more expensive, designer items that not only last longer, but can also hold their value if you are ever going to resell them. Lots of girls I know buy designer clothing, bags, and shoes, wear them for a season, and turn around and sell their gently used goods. Investing is quality is key to a happy, “feel better” wardrobe, in my experience.
Discovering New Brands Through Stitch Fix
Following other Stitch Fix influencers is a great way to discover new brands that Stitch Fix offers. But, if you’re like me and love to add an element of surprise to your Fixes, you can ask your stylist to get your some pieces out of your comfort zone.
Try discovering new looks on Instagram using the hashtag #StitchFix.
Communicating With Your Stylist – Requesting Specific Pieces
The saying goes, “Communication is key,” and this couldn’t be more true when it comes to Stitch Fix. Unless you truly don’t mind what your stylist sends you, you should utilize the communication box within your profile. If you have an event coming up where you might need a specific kind of outfit, or you know you will going on a beach vacation soon, leave a note for your stylist letting her know exactly what kind of clothing you’re looking for.
Pinterest is also a great tool to help your stylist know what kinds of outfits you’re looking for. I created a few different boards for the seasons, and I send my stylist the links so she can see what I’ve been pinning lately. You can also use Pinterest’s search bar to search for things like “Stitch Fix Fall 2017 Looks” or “Stitch Fix New Year’s Outfits,” and then share your favorites with your stylist.
Another great thing to keep in mind is that your stylists are human. They may not be the perfect match for your style, even though they can get pretty darn close, but you can always request a new stylist to switch things up.
Get Your First Fix FREE!
If you’ve been interested in Stitch Fix, but haven’t yet scheduled a box, now is the time to do it! With my exclusive link, you can order your very first Stitch Fix box for $0. Your styling fee is completely waived which means zero risk for you to try out these fabulous boxes.
Ready to order? Let’s head over to StitchFix.com!
*This post is in collaboration with Stitch Fix. This post also contains my affiliate links which help me earn a little extra money (to fund my Fixes).