StitchFix Men and Women Clothing Subscription Review

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About Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix is an online styling service that delivers a truly personalized shopping experience, just for you. Fill out your Style Profile and a personal stylist will hand pick pieces to fit your tastes, needs and budget—and mail them directly to your door. Each box contains five items of clothing, shoes and accessories for you to try on at home.  Keep what you love, send the rest back in a prepaid USPS envelope. Shipping and returns are free—even for exchanges! No subscription required.

Cost: $55  per item average price point

Frequency: You Decide!  Bi-Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Etc

Who Can Shop: Women’s sizes 0-24W and XS-3X and Men’s sizes XS-XXL

My Stitch Fix Experience

Here is what we received in our non coordinating StitchFix Men and Women Clothing Subscription Review.  Outfit 1 for each of us was him in the Jachs Carter Stretch Herringbone Blazer $118 over the Threads for Thought Baseline Triblend V-Neck Tee $28 with the Tailor Vintage Bridgeport Bedford Cord Pant $98.  And me in the Papermoon Leeo Wrap Front Bobysuit $38 with the STS Blue Noreen Distressed Skinny Jean $59.  We each loved all the pieces we received but he ultimately decided he didn't need another blue tee and since we are moving into Spring/Summer here in Texas the blazer and pants wouldn't get worn until next year.  For me, I loved the bodysuit but it was too big and when I went to exchange it they were sold out.  I also love the pants but they are too big too so I am exchanging those.

Next we are wearing the following.  Him in the same pants with the Free Nature Ursa Printed Chambray Shirt $48.  Me also in the same pants with the Napean Sea Rd Camille One Shoulder Ruffle Blouse $58.  After getting the bear shirt on he decided he did not like it LOL.  As for me, I loved the one shoulder top but it also was too big so I am exchanging and hopefully keeping it.

StitchFix Men and Women Clothing Subscription Review

Then our last complete outfits are the following.  Same pants for both and him wearing the Tailor Vintage LS Performance Raglan Baseball Henley $59 and me in the Collective Concepts Binky Ruffle Sleeve Top $58.  He loves the Raglan and it's a keep.  I also love the ruffle top and it's a keep.  We don't even need exchanges on these!  My 1 hang up is the cut of the body of my top.  See the 2 options below, the skinnier one I have it back tucked to make it less boxy.

And lastly I have the fun earrings, the Rebecca Minkoff Andrej Tassel Earrings in Pink $58.

So there you have it.  I wish we could have taken photos somewhere else but our new (old) house needs some work and is a mess LOL and it is freezing cold and raining outside.  So inside in the temp office it is!  Spring is around the corner, go sign up for a box for yourself and your significant other and have some fun, try some new things and get some cool new clothes.

Want to see our last His & Her's Box Set go here – Clothing Subscription Box.

Want to see more from Stitch Fix?  Go check out some of my past fixes I have received, I have been crushing on Stitch Fix for well over 2 years now!  StitchFix Men and Women Clothing Subscription Review

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*Disclaimer: these are just my opinions and I apologize in advance for misspelling, typos & overall nonsense! This post may contain affiliate links. We earn a small commission each time someone makes a purchase using one of our links, which helps to support the blog. All opinions are my own.

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  1. Pingback: Stitch Fix Review by Samantha & Jonathan: It's a keep | Stitch Fix Reviews

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