Stitch Fix Has A New Way of Sending Clothes!!! Gets My Approval!

Since there’s hardly any clothing stores in my area (hello, Martinsburg, needs more than restaurants and hotels!), I’ve been buying stuff online. I joined Stitch Fix and recommend them. Usually, they ask people to request a box to be shipped to them. Each box contains 5 items. If you keep them all, then you get a discount on your entire order.

I was happy to see that they changed their policy. Now, you can buy separates instead of getting a mystery box. Under the ‘shop’ label, it’ll show the shirts, sweaters, jeans, shoes, etc. you’ve already purchased. Then with each item it’ll show you things that match and will look cute as a whole outfit. I love this concept much better! Before you hit purchase, you’ll see how much the item costs. With the mystery boxes, the items and prices are all a mystery.

I’ll definitely keep buying from Stitch Fix if they keep improving 🙂

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I got the cute booties and comfy long sleeve shirt for a reasonable cost. I already had the jeans from Stitch Fix. If anyone wants to try them out, here’s a $50 referral code. I don’t know when it expires, but they just sent it to me by email recently.

Keep smiling,

Yawatta Hosby

Stitch Fix Helping Me Not Be a Plain Jane

An area where I live in West Virginia, they took away our mall a few years ago. They keep bringing hotels and restaurants in our area but NO places to shop. It’s beyond annoying. The only clothing stores are Gabes, Target, and TJ Maxx. The only place I like is Target. Wanting more choices, I’ve had to resort to buying clothes online.

This weekend, I have a book signing at a local craft show. I’m looking forward to meeting other authors and hopefully networking and selling some paperbacks! I wanted a new outfit for the occasion, so I tried Stitch Fix (after seeing a promoted post from the company on Facebook).

I was very satisfied with my first box, and I ended up keeping every item. Stitch Fix always send five items. If you keep everything, then you get a 25% discount plus $20 styling fee taken off when you checkout.

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I really liked my second box from Stitch Fix as well and kept everything. I let my stylist know from the beginning that I love bold colors and funky prints. She hasn’t disappointed me yet.

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My book signing is this Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 4pm. I’m going to wear something comfortable. I like the pink cardigan from my first box, a pair of blue jeans, and my purple top from my second box for Saturday. Then my red top from my first box, a pair of blue jeans, and a sweater or jacket for Sunday.

I may also have a book signing in October (depends on if I have any extra books from this event), so hopefully, my third Stitch Fix box will have some gems. If you want to help me get $25 referral credit and you receive $25 credit, then please try Stitch Fix. There’s no obligation to keep anything. It’s free shipping, getting the items and returning items. If I’m not mistaken, it’s only available to the US. Boxes can be for women, men, or kids.

Keep smiling,

Yawatta Hosby