This post is sponsored by one of my favorite brands: Stitch Fix! As always, thank you for supporting CNC and awesome companies that I have the opportunity to partner with.
You know I’m a huge fan of Stitch Fix – basically, since it started nearly 7 years ago. I hate shopping and don’t know how to dress myself, and Stitch Fix solves both of those problems, so I love getting my ‘Fix’ delivered right to my front door every month. And I love that the brand continues to grow and evolve their service – read on to hear about their newest edition! 🙂
New to Stitch Fix? Well, you’re in for a treat. It’s a personal styling service and Stitch Fix stylists learn what you like to send you clothes you’ll love. You can even request special items, which I’ve done many times in the past. For instance, when wedding season rolls around, I often ask for dresses. Now that spring is around the corner, I want to fill my wardrobe with simple t-shirts. I specifically asked for a white v-neck and my stylist picked one out for me (pictured below). My stylist also knows that I prefer “athleaisure” apparel, so my Fixes are almost always filled with that type of clothing.
Stitch Fix carries women’s sizes 0-24W and XS-3X, maternity and petite, and men’s sizes XS-XXL (Mal’s experience with Stitch Fix Men). Stitch Fix introduced their maternity line right after I had Quinn, but, boy, would that have been convenient. Shopping for CUTE maternity clothes is definitely a challenge, and I’m sure my stylist would have hooked me up with some fashionable maternity pieces.
Just a quick note about Stitch Fix Men: Mal is obsessed. He loves fashion, so he’s always looking for new pieces to add to both his “teacher” and “lifestyle” wardrobe. I actually think he gets bi-monthly Fixes now because he loves what Stitch Fix has to offer so much (aka he really loves clothes).
Returns with Stitch Fix are super easy and FREE – just keep what you love and send back the rest with your pre-paid shipping bag at any USPS mailbox, which, of course, makes life so much easier. There’s no subscription required and you can get a Fix anytime you want – either on-demand or on a regular schedule (every few weeks, once a month, or every season).
You pay just $20 to have your Fix curated by a personal stylist, which applies towards anything you keep, including your Extras. EXTRAS!? Ooh, yes. Wait until you hear about Stitch Fix’s newest addition to their style repertoire.
Stitch Fix just launched Extras to make finding your everyday wardrobe staples easy and convenient. With Extras, you can add camisoles, shapewear, underwear, bralettes, bras, tights and socks, all in women’s sizes XS – 3X, to your Fix. I don’t know about you, but I’m not a fan of shopping for these items. It’s such a hassle, so I’m pumped that I can have them delivered right to my house to try on at my convenience along with the rest of my Fix. You can easily add Extras to your Fix right up until it has been styled.
The best part about Extras is that your $20 Styling Fee goes towards any Extras you keep. That’s right! How’s that for value!?
Extras range in price from $9.50 to $65, and you only pay for the Extras you want to keep. Shipping is free both ways with your pre-paid shipping bag. (The Buy 5 discount applies only to your 5 Stylist Picks.)
Can we talk about this photo below? Ridiculous.
I’m so excited about the launch of Extras – one less thing to worry about in my wardrobe! Plus, a lot of my current undergarments need an upgrade, which means I can order a few new ones, try them on at home, only keep what I want, and make the most of my styling fee!
Questions of the Day
Have you tried Stitch Fix?
What do you think about the launch of Extras?
Which “Extras” in your wardrobe need upgrading?
Is anything worse than shopping for bras?