Since December is the month for giving, rather than receiving, I just couldn’t schedule a Stitch Fix for myself. Instead, I purchased one of their gift certificates for someone special on my list. (Shh! It’s a secret!)
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Their gift certificates are so easy. You can order and pay online, and then choose how and when you want it delivered. Perfect for last-minute shopping, too – you could even order it Christmas morning and still get it there in time!
Instead of just giving a gift, you can give an experience.
Shipping has gotten so expensive that I’d rather add that amount onto the gift certificate. It saves me time, gas, and guessing, and I know that my special person will love it! (You could even forward this to someone as a hint.) They get two surprises. The first is when they receive the gift certificate, and the second is when their personalized Stitch Fix arrives.
If you are unfamiliar with how Stitch Fix works, you can read about it here.
Stitch Fix News
- This past Fall, Stitch Fix introduced Stitch Fix Men, so now your boyfriend, husband, or son, can have the benefit of a personal stylist, too.
- Stitch Fix now offers styling for Petites, Misses, Men, and Maternity.
- They just recently added exchanges, so if you receive something you love, but the fit isn’t quite right, you may be able to exchange it.
A Few of My Favorite (Stitch Fix) Things
I’m affiliated with Stitch Fix and have been using their service since January, although I didn’t start blogging until late May. You can see what they’ve sent me since then by choosing “Stitch Fix” from the categories in the sidebar. I will also post a few links at the bottom. I’ve been happy with both the quality of the clothing, and their customer service.
This Fall, I went on a quick trip with my mother and sister. I wanted to travel with only a carry-on, so I planned a “capsule wardrobe.” Included were several items I’d purchased from Stitch Fix, including this pink cardigan.
I wore it the entire weekend! It’s hard to explain, but it kept me both warm and cool at the same time – this cardigan kept me comfortable. I also took this polka dot top.
This shirt and vest combination that I got in my September Fix have also gotten a lot of wear. I’ve been happy with both.
Who do you know that would love to experience a personal stylist? I wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year!