Here’s something fun for any of you that already love Stitch Fix or were looking for something to push you over the edge into trying it: Stitch Fix is now sending shoes with fixes! That’s right… the company can now dress you from head to toe!
To start off with, Stitch Fix already has over 200 styles from brands like Dolce Vita, Seychelles, Franco Sarto and TOMS! Whether you’re looking for a casual shoe or something to wear to the office, Stitch Fix now has you covered!
If you’re already a Stitch Fix member and you want to start receiving shoes in your Stitch Fix shipment you just need to log into your account to share your shoe size and request that shoes be included in your next shipment.
If you aren’t yet a member of Stitch Fix, just head to the personal styling website to take the detailing styling quiz and be sure to include information about shoes. Then schedule your fix and wait for it to arrive!
If you have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about, Stitch Fix is a personal styling website. You fill out a detailed style quiz and then the personal stylists at Stitch Fix put together a box of clothing they think you will like. Scheduling a box costs $20, but you only pay for the items in the box that you decide to keep. If you keep anything then the styling fee serves as a credit on the purchased items. You can send back anything you don’t want to keep. Stitch Fix currently works with women wearing sizes 0-14, and maternity and petite styles are also available. Stitch Fix is not like other subscription boxes in that they only send boxes (called “fixes”) when you indicate that you want a new one.
Cheryl wrote a Stitch Fix review for us a while back and absolutely loved the items she received! She loved the items so much that she ended up keeping everything in her box.
In her review, Cheryl shared the following tips for making sure you get the best products possible. She recommends:
- Telling your stylist if you have any upcoming events and specifically what the clothes are for.
- Create a Pinterest board of clothing styles that you like and then share that with your stylist so they can get a better sense of what you like to wear.
- Be specific about what you don’t want, for instance, if you hate capri pants or any specific colors.
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Do Tell: Are you excited that Stitch Fix is now sending shoes in fixes or do you find this service unnecessary?