Even though I’ve been spending entirely too much money lately, I have been anxiously anticipating the arrival of my Stitch Fix this month. Like I said, fall is my favorite. Part of that is the clothes – and I was psyched to get some new sweaters and jackets to usher in the season. Continue reading
And I was doing so well, too. What better reason to jump back into the blogging game than my latest shipment of clothes from Stitch Fix?! And my 35th birthday! So. Many. Things.
But just the clothes for now. I was really excited to get my next shipment from Stitch Fix. Even though I only ended up keeping one item from my first fix back in May, I was impressed that everything they sent me fit, and that nothing was completely a “no” from the get-go. I went back, made my notes, and had high hopes for attempt number two. Here’s how that went. Continue reading
Besides being hilarious and adorable, filming So…This Happened with my dear friend Liz also made me more aware of my clothes-buying habits. More specifically, my main takeaway was this: Cheap fashion comes at a steep price. Now, I’m not going to turn this into a big lecture about fair fashion, mainly because there’s a lot that I don’t know and a lot that I do know and am still having a hard time with.
But, because of what I learned, I find myself guilt-ridden when I walk into some of the stores that I used to frequent. So, in an attempt to avoid my usual haunts at the local mall, but still add to my wardrobe from time to time, I decided to give Stitch Fix a whirl. Even though the company was founded in 2011, I just recently started hearing about it – and kind of everywhere! In case you haven’t heard…
Stitch Fix is the first fashion retailer to blend expert styling, proprietary technology and unique product to deliver a shopping experience that is truly personalized for you. Simply fill out the Stitch Fix Style Profile and our personal stylists will handpick a selection of five clothing items and accessories unique to your taste, budget and lifestyle. You can buy what you like and return the rest!
Here’s how my first fix fared. Continue reading