Yep, it's that time again! Time for me to make a confession. I have been holding out on some great things!
Now I am not going to put all of them in one post…..no I will break them into two different posts. Because you know they each have a need for their own!
While imam normally very good at sharing things that are important to me, things that I love, and just random tidbits of info Here, I have fallen slightly behind.
I am in love with some new things lately. Now many of you will know about the first topic at hand. Stitch Fix!!!
Many of you have probably heard of this company by now, it is all over the blog world, but for those of of hat haven't let me share!
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that delivers a curated box of accessibly priced items directly to doors across the United States. Stitch Fix hand picks pieces for each client, to ultimately help them look and feel their best.
So the basics are you join the site, fill out an extensive style profile, and the company will ship clothing items and accessories straight to your doorstep. Now there is a “styling fee” of 20$ that is charged to your card, but the money will be deducted from the total price of the items you decide to keep. Which of course means that I always keep a least be item…..who am I kidding I keep more than one! The items you do not want is placed in a prepaid bag for you to return to the company. Then you simply go online, check off if you are keeping/returning items, the reason why, and any additional comments you want to leave. Then you check out your final purchase. You can choose to have a monthly box shipped to you, or you can go online and schedule a fox as you want them!!
Here are items I have kept so far………..
They even include a style card with each item of suggested ways to wear the items……
So go,check out the website at http://www.stitchfix.com for more info. I promise you will not be disappointed.
P.S……. Oh and for my lovely friends that read, if you decide to try the service you can use the following code which gives me a referral credit 🙂