I have been using Stitch Fix for a few years now and love it. Stitch Fix is a clothing site where personal stylists pick out items just for you. You set what price range you are interested in, like and dislike clothing choices, and send them links to your social media for inspiration. Then, you pay a styling fee and are sent five pieces of clothing and accessories. The styling fee is applied to whichever pieces you choose to keep.

What I like about Stitch Fix is that my stylist get to know me better and better. My first box was just okay – I kept three of the five items. But after that, every box was perfect! I loved almost everything, and the pieces I liked I ended up keeping because a discount is applied if you buy all five items, making that last item practically free most of the time. You can even check their app or website for more items that go with clothes you already bought from them, or that they think you will like, and have them sent to you individually. Stitch Fix offers sizes up to 24/3X, and their plus size selection is also phenomenal. Stitch Fix offers clothing for men, women, and children.

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I’ve been exercising more on WFH days, so in January, I asked for clothing I could wear while working from home that would motivate me to workout. I was so pleasantly surprised that these high quality active and loungewear pieces arrived in my absolute favorite colors – variations of purple and teal. Here’s my haul for January!


Frannie Criss Cross Back Knit Top


Claudia Sweatpant


Alanna Sports Bra 2.0


Lulu Relaxed Zip Hoodie


Rita Mineral Wash Core Running Legging

I also placed separate orders in December, January, and February. Stitch Fix has an option to shop clothing recommended for you, clothing that pairs with pieces you have already bought for them, and pieces you have already bought through them in a different color or pattern. I was looking for high rise jeans with a bit of a flare, and the other two pieces just really spoke to me. I haven’t worn the final one yet as it hasn’t been warm enough, but I am looking forward to doing so soon.


Roxy Rib Skirt


Ivy High Rise Bootcut Jean


Margery Printed Wide Leg Pant


Some snapshots of me wearing the pieces I’ve tried out so far.