Once again, when my Fix shipped from Stitch Fix, I checked my online checkout sheet, to see what had shipped. I was so excited to see five lovely tops. I had requested solely summer blouses for this Fix. I wasn’t sure I liked all of the patterns, but would reserve judgement until my box arrived. The fit and material may make a difference.
I returned two blouses, the orange one and the dark navy diamond patterned one with the crochet trim. I was especially disappointed that the orange top was too large. I returned the dark navy one, basically because of the type of material it was, hand-wash, and I doubted it would keep it’s shape well.
Alice Blue, Simona Henley Blouse, Navy
Skies are Blue, Mollison V-Neck Blouse, Jewel Tone Purple
Renee C, Jory Split Neck Blouse, Blue
Up until now, I’ve been scheduling Fixes and making specific requests. My first Fix seemed to set off a chain reaction. I’ve switched to automatic Fixes. I suspect the items sent will be based on the seasons. I am not planning on posting about every Fix. For the most part I’ve been very happy with Stitch Fix,. Please stop back and let me know if you give them a try.
I suspect some of the items are narrowed down based on computer algorithms against my profile. Four of the style categories I checked in my profile are: Casual, Classic, Romantic and Edgy. I left unchecked: Boho, Glamorous, and Preppy.
I’ve enjoyed the convenience of trying on clothes at home. Returning items is very simple. A pre-paid shipping bag is included with every box. When I ship clothes back, I request a receipt from the post office.
Since starting with Stitch Fix, I’ve noticed other similar on-line services and even heard that Amazon is competing in this ‘space’.
Have you tried any of these clothing services? What style categories would you check?