Shaun’s Spring Stitch Fix Box Reveal
Shaun has been doing Stitch Fix for a while now… probably since the end of summer last year? I’m not exactly sure. Maybe we started during the summer? ANYWAY – my point is that he’s had several boxes now and we always end up keeping almost everything in the box. It’s a great way for him to add to his wardrobe without going shopping. He is not a shopper, and I hate shopping for him because he is hard to please. Thankfully, his Stitch Fix stylist usually gets it and sends him some really great pieces.
What is Stitch Fix you ask:
Stitch Fix FAQ
Stitch Fix is an online styling service that delivers a truly personalized shopping experience, for you and your family. Fill out your Style Profile and a Personal Stylist will handpick pieces to fit your tastes, needs and budget—and mail them right to your door. Each box contains a curated selection of clothing, shoes and accessories for you to try on at home. Simply keep the items you love and send back the rest in a prepaid USPS envelope. Shipping and returns are always free—even for exchanges! You pay a $20 styling fee that you can use toward your purchase. And if you buy the entire box, you get a 25% discount off your entire purchase in addition to the $20 fee deduction!
This time we ended up keeping 3 out of the five items. He didn’t keep the Chambray button up, because he has a couple of other shirts that look exactly like it. He also didn’t keep the pants, because they are just not his style. They look like a khaki pant mixed with a pair of jeans.
But, to the things he DID keep:
One of the main reasons he started doing SF was to bulk up his word wardrobe. He wears a button down shirt, tie, jacket, and slacks every day. His closet was starting to look a bit aged. Stitch Fix has really brought some life back into his word wardrobe with very little effort on our part! Anyway, with that being said – this particular shirt was a no brainer when it came to deciding keep or send back. I think he wore it to work the next day . lol
Y’all – this maroon t-shirt is SO SOFT. He’s not a major fan of v-neck shirts, but I told him that he HAD to keep this one. I’m so glad he did. I love how it looks on him and I love how it feels. It’s uber smooth and soft and is made of that moisture wicking material which will be great for the upcoming hot and humid southern days ahead of us.
Another more casual shirt that had his name written allll over it. It’s a polo style but the fabric is more t-shirt feeling. It is incredibly light weight and fits him perfectly.
What’s fantastic is we started this whole venture with the intent to beef up his work wardrobe, but he’s also collected some great casual pieces like the t shirt and polo from this box which are much needed additions as well. I love to shop and am constantly revamping my wardrobe… Shaun would go YEARS before the carved out some dedicated to shop online or in store for new clothing items.
Do you guys do Stitch Fix? We love it. Shaun gets a box every three months, and we thing spending between $100- $200 on his clothing every three months is definitely worth it! Interested in signing up? Click this link to get started!