I have been a subscriber of Stitch Fix off and on for a few years now. I’ve some great experiences and then I’ve had boxes where I was thinking the stylist completely ignored what I had requested. For awhile I had a love/hate relationship, but I have to say, Stitch Fix finally redeemed themselves. My last few boxes have been on point.
It took me some trial and error on how I should best communicate my style preferences to my stylist. If you aren’t crystal clear with style direction, you most likely will not get a box of things that you’ll fall in love with. Here are my tips on how to get the most out of your Stitch Fix” target=”_blank”>Stitch Fix Subscription:
ONE. Create a Pinterest board specifically for your Stitch Fix Stylist. Pin outfits, colors, styles that you wear regularly or that you absolutely love.
TWO. Make sure your Style Profile is completely filled out. Don’t skimp. And do your best on sizing. Once your box shows up, you can’t request a size change (unfortunately). (NOTE: That would be really awesome of Stitch Fix to take a queue from Rent the Runway and send either a size up or size down complimentary to you so that you at least had a chance something would fit.)
THREE. Regardless of the outcome of your Stitch Box, make sure you leave detailed feedback about the pieces that were sent to you. It helps your stylist out tremendously!
FOUR. Sign-up for their referral program and refer your friends to receive some Stitch Fix credit!!
FIVE. Be detailed in your notes to your stylist before officially scheduling your fix. Link to your blog and/or Pinterest so they can see you and see your style.
Like I said, I’ve finally figured out how to get the most out of experience. And I love that I have the same stylist each time. It hasn’t always worked out that way, but I’m glad that it has for the last 3 months. I’m excited for my next box to show up in a few weeks!!
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