Every time I get a “fix” from Stitch Fix, I question whether I should share it or not? There are lots of bloggers that share about Stitch Fix these days. But I started with them in the early days so they’re kind of like family to me.
Truthfully, I’m passionate about their service because I’ve met the people behind the scenes. I shared about my Stitch Fix trip here, in case some of you missed it. They love what they do!
If I lived in San Francisco, I would be applying for a job at Stitch Fix, even if they hired me to clean the office, I would want to be a part of their team.
Here’s what I got in my box this month: Lyla Beaded Hexagon Layering Necklace-$32.00
Rilo Tab-Sleeve Button-Front Blouse-$68.00
Annabeth Striped Shift Dress-$138.00
Augusto Dot Print Sleeveless Blouse-$48.00
Jaclynn 3/4Sleeve Button-Up Cardigan-$38.00.
I kept all 5 pieces this time. If you keep all 5 pieces, you get a 25% discount which came to a $76.00 discount. My total was $228.00.
If I didn’t have credit with Stitch Fix, I probably would have picked one item and that would have been the dress. Although it was the most expensive item, my husband loved it, so it was a keeper.
Beauty For the Heart~~Worry weighs a person down; an encouraging word cheers a person up. Proverbs 12:25
Have a blessed day!
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