43 responses

  1. Elizabeth @ Positive Change
    January 10, 2014

    It looks like you got some great pieces! I would love to try Stitch Fix, I have seen it everywhere and it looks like it would be perfect for me sense I hardly know how to dress myself! 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you get in February!
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  2. Fiona @ Get Fit Fiona
    January 10, 2014

    Do you have to pay the $20 fee even if you decide not to keep anything?
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    • Angela@ Fit to Inspire
      January 10, 2014

      yes, even if you don’t keep anything they still charge you the $20..but if you DO buy something that $20 goes towards it. So last month I kept a bracelet out of mine that I really loved and it was $28 so all I had to pay was another $8
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      • Lea @ Healthy Coconut
        January 13, 2014

        Thanks for this info. I didn’t know about the $20 fee.
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  3. Angela@ Fit to Inspire
    January 10, 2014

    I love stichfix. I’ve been recieving them for a few months and even if I only keep 1 or 2 pieces i’m very happy. The best part that I always rave about is the customer service. When you go on and give your feed back they actually listen to you. Last month they sent me a few shirts that were really unforgiving in the chest and arms, as a crossfitter we need a little more give there lol so I wrote that in my review and this month they wrote that they took into consideration and sent me some sweaters that fit perfect!
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  4. Sara @ LovingOnTheRun
    January 10, 2014

    I haven’t tried it yet because it really isn’t in the budget for me..but maybe one day because honestly the though of clothes shopping makes me cringe 🙂
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  5. Amanda Elizabeth
    January 10, 2014

    I have seen this floating around for a little while and it looks like an interesting concept. I love that black and white dress on you!
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  6. Kayla @ Fit Life Forward
    January 10, 2014

    I’ve wanted to do this! I think that I am going to sign up today. I hate shopping and this is the answer to that. I’m just curious about how expensive are the clothes that are being sent to you? I don’t want to be stuck paying $250 for jeans and never being able to apply my monthly $20 fee to something!
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    • Becca
      January 10, 2014

      I’ve done it twice and the clothes are generally $50-$100. From what I remember, for example, some $98 jeans, a $100 jacket, an $80 dress, and a $40 tunic.
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  7. Becca
    January 10, 2014

    I love Stitch Fix! I’ve only done it twice, when I wanted something special, because the clothes are a lot more expensive than what I would normally pay (I’m super cheap), but the clothes I did keep are comfortable, stylish, and flattering, and I always get compliments on them.
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  8. Rebecca@RunningFoodBaby
    January 10, 2014

    I really wish I could have access to StitchFix. But like Trader Joes, this Canadian has been denied! I’ve really liked the clothes that all my blogger friends have been posting.
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  9. Amanda
    January 10, 2014

    I really like stitch fix! Such a great concept. Super easy to return things and no pressure to buy anything. I love the convenience of it.

  10. Katie @ Talk Less, Say More
    January 10, 2014

    I haven’t tried Stitchfix but did sign up for something similar called Fabletics, which is active wear. More up my alley… 😉
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  11. Amber S.
    January 10, 2014

    I keep hearing great things about it. I’m tempted to try it out. I guess my one worry is cost. How affordable are the individual items?

  12. Beth
    January 10, 2014

    So funny you mentioned that dress b/c I saw it in your Key West pic and though how awesome you looked. It’s a great dress! I am so non-committal about things like this but it may be worth trying once or twice. Thanks for the review!

  13. EB @ Running on E
    January 10, 2014

    I’ve been really curious to try Stitch Fix too, but I am super lazy/frugal about shopping! Maybe I will like it more if someone just picks everything out for me. I love the maxi dress. You look great in it!
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  14. Ashley
    January 10, 2014

    You look so freakin adorable in that dress! Love it.

  15. Traci
    January 10, 2014

    I have gotten three Stitch Fix boxes so far, and even though they are a bit on the spendy side for my taste, it’s worth it for me because the items are quality and best of all…I get to avoid the actual act of SHOPPING! There are so many things I’d rather do than hit the mall, so I plan on sticking with Stitch Fix for a while. :]
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  16. Amanda B
    January 10, 2014

    Honestly, if they shipped to Canada, I’d be all over that. It looks like so much fun!

  17. Michelle @ A Healthy Mrs
    January 10, 2014

    That dress looks great on you!

    I’d love to try Stitch Fix, but it’s not available in Canada — darn! 🙂
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  18. Jana
    January 10, 2014

    I’ve seen Stitch Fix everywhere! I think it’s time to try it out!
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  19. Stacey McDowell
    January 10, 2014

    I only buy myself something new on special occasions – like birthdays or anniversaries – I hate shopping and I would rather scratch my eyes out than spending $$ on myself, but I think I would be okay with this being my present…thanks for the website!

  20. Zaneta
    January 10, 2014

    That sounds like so much fun!! I’ve read a couple blogposts about stitch fix… LOVE the maxi and blouse you kept! Super cute!! 🙂
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  21. Courtney
    January 10, 2014

    i just ordered my first one. you refered me so look for your reward

  22. Jessica @ RunYourMuttOff
    January 10, 2014

    You make Stitch Fix look SO tempting! Lots of my favorite bloggers have done it but I haven’t been convinced. So glad it worked for you, both of your keeps are adorable!
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  23. Ashley
    January 10, 2014

    I have been seeing this pop up all over social media, and no one has ever done a detailed explaination like this. Thank you! I am super cheap so maybe for my birthday in February I will try it for something awesome and splurge.
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  24. Kelly
    January 10, 2014

    I tried it for a couple months and I liked it — everyone always commented on liking whatever I was wearing — but I work from home, so I just didn’t need nice clothes on a regular basis. And, somehow, this may have been my fault, I got a lot of jewelry and fancy dresses. They were cool, but it just felt like not worth the money because I had no where to wear the stuff to! What you got would have been way more up my alley, so maybe I filled it out wrong?
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  25. Kristen @ Glitter and Dust
    January 10, 2014

    I love the surprise element and idea of opening a box every so often that is filled with clothing and suggestions for how to style each piece. I have heard of Stitch Fix, but did not know exactly how it worked. Thank you for the AWESOME detailed description. I am definitely going to look into it. 🙂
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  26. Danielle @ Long May You RunL
    January 10, 2014

    Whoa… Hayley your stylist needs to lay off the exclamation points.
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  27. Kristen @ The Concrete Runner
    January 10, 2014

    So, I know what I’m doing tonight! 😉 Thanks for explaining this better! Can’t wait to try it!
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  28. Danielle @ It’s A Harleyyy Life
    January 11, 2014

    I loveeeeee the maxi dress!

  29. Stephanie @ Whole Health Dork
    January 11, 2014

    I am the same as you: very frugal and incredibly picky! That’s why I haven’t signed up for this yet, but if someone similar to me likes it, then you may have just convinced me!

    Do you mind if I ask, one frugal gal to another, what it end up costing you?

    Love what you picked! They look really cute on you!

  30. Natalie @ Free Range Human
    January 12, 2014

    I’ve tried Stitch Fix three times. The first time went pretty well, but the last two boxes didn’t have anything I liked well enough to justify how expensive everything was! I’ll probably wait awhile before I give it another go.
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  31. Jennifer Alderfer
    January 12, 2014

    I absolutely LOVE Stitch Fix. The more detailed you are, the better. Measurements, being realistic about what you will wear on a daily basis, cuts and colors you like, linking a pinterest page, etc. It all makes a huge difference!

  32. Erin @ Loop Looks
    January 12, 2014

    I’ve done it quite a few times (see all my reviews here. It’s hit or miss for me. Sometimes they fit but I must have a strange body shape because usually half the clothing items don’t fit at all.
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  33. Caitlin
    January 13, 2014

    i didn’t end up liking stitch fix enough to do it again. i didn’t keep any items – either they didn’t fit well or were too pricey even with the $20 off. however i LOVE LOVE LOVE your striped maxi!

  34. elle
    January 15, 2014

    I got my first fix today and I am in love! I had read a ton of reviews before signing up and it seemed like the more specific you were about your preferences, the better luck you have (which makes complete sense.) So, I was very detailed in my profile about my body type, and then set up a pinterest board for my stitch fix stylist to review with sample things I loved *and* samples of things I hate! You can also post pictures of yourself to your pinterest board so they can see what you look like and choose things that way.
    I loved all 5 things I got. They fit, flattered and were absolutely perfect.
    The 5 things (a blazer, jeans, 2 tops and a necklace) were $300 total, then I had my $20 fix credit, and a $70 discount if I kept all 5. So, naturally I kept all 5…

  35. Meg
    January 16, 2014

    Love the maxi dress — so cute! And the maroon blouse looks really great, too! I just got my first Fix yesterday and am already obsessed. I’m not generally a good shopper, so having clothes come to me was awesome. I only kept one dress, but it took Herculean effort to return two of the other pieces . . . doubt I’ll have that much strength moving forward, especially if everything fits so well! 🙂
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  36. Peachylau
    January 18, 2014

    I like the concept!
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  37. Kelly
    February 10, 2014

    I got so excited from lots of bloggers like you talking about it I signed up last week. I have to wait a whole month though to get mine and the suspense is killing me! I’m curious how it will turn out bc I’m so tall so we shall see. You look great fab blog 🙂

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  38. marilu
    April 11, 2014

    I just received my first box and was disappointed. The stylist ignored my profile. I got clothes and jewelry in price ranges higher than what I picked. I also received clothes in exactly the opposite style than I chose (I chose fitted and received shapeless tent-like tops). I kept nothing but of course they still charge the $20 styling fee. I don’t think it’s fair to charge the fee if they are going to completely ignore your profile!

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