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The signature Stitch Fix style profile just got a facelift. Over the past few weeks, the company has updated some of their questions and rejuvenated the photo selections for customers. I stumbled upon this accidentally while checking on the schedule for my next box, so if you have a Stitch Fix style profile saved already then you may want to go review your choices!
The refreshed Stitch Fix style profile selections go beyond just a few stand-alone snips of individual pieces like the old choices did (where a customer might say “well, I like those colors but hate the styles” and now provide a wider range of photos for each choice so one can get a better feel for what that style actually might deliver in a shipment. Customers can select more than one style by selecting: Love It, Like It, Don’t Really Like It, Hate It.
The new photos helped me fine-tune my selections as the new choices helped me better identify the groupings that were most like me.
Here are a couple of the refreshed choices:
Once you have filled out a Stitch Fix style profile, you can opt at any time to schedule a box if clothing and accessories to be sent to you. A stylist for the company reviews this data (which includes personal style data, sizing, and feedback from past shipments for repeat customers as well as special requests for an individual box shipment) and hand-selects five pieces for the “box” which is shipped to the customer for a $20 styling fee.
When received, the customer has three business days to try on the items and determine what they would like to keep or send back. The customer then logs onto their account to give feedback on all five items and pay for selected items (the $20 styling fee can be applied to any purchases in that shipment). Any unwanted items are returned via an enclosed postage paid envelope that can be dropped at any post office.
Stitch Fix is a “no commitment” service. You can sign up for a single box or shipments at set intervals that you choose (every 2-3 weeks or monthly).
If you are interested in trying Stitch Fix, I’d love it if you used my referral link as a blog reader.
(Disclosure – I do receive store credit for any new customers I refer.) And if you’ve tried it, I’d love to hear about your experiences!