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Stitch Fix ~ January 2018

by Veg Girl

Hello Veg Peeps!

I’ve decided to start sharing my clothing style services so that you can get a vegan sneak¬†peek and see if they’d work for you. I only share those that are vegan-friendly meaning they do not send me any silk, fur, leather, etc. Most of these services have you take a survey, and there you can indicate fabrics you do not want to receive. I have not had one mishap thus far and really appreciate these services as I HATE shopping in the mall and department stores (though I do LOVE online shopping!). With Stitch Fix, you pay $20 and then they pick styles for you based on your note to the stylist, your style survey, what’s available, and then they send you 5 items to review and try-on. You keep what you like, send back the rest, and they only charge you for those items you kept. If you keep all 5, you get 25% off the entire purchase. The other cool thing they offer is a style card. Want to try Stitch Fix? Go here!

Here’s my style card which helps give you inspiration for styling and more than one outfit per piece of clothing!

 

 

Here are all of the items shown:

You can request these if you’d like via your note to your stylist or via the stream of items.

Mavi – Alissa Skinny Jeans – Deep Indigo Wash $98

En Creme – Victoria Faux Fur Vest – Cream $58

Diba – Rung Embroidered Bootie $68

West Kei -Allan Crossfront Blouse $38

Pink Clover – Sorrel Zipper Detail Knit Top $44

Total Box $306

Discount $76.50 (if you buy all 5 of the pieces)

Pre-Paid $20

Total (for everything) $229.50

Here’s How I Styled My Pink Clover – Sorrel Top including my Express Ankle Booties with Vegan Suede.

Here’s How I Styled My Pink Clover – Sorrel Top including my Express Ankle Booties with Vegan Suede.

In the end, I ended up paying a total of $46.50 as I kept the Pin Clover top. While I LOVE those jeans, $98 is not a good price when I have Nordstrom Rack and Amazon at my fingertips! I ordered these jeans from Amazon in my regular size to see if I like them better and give me more time to think about it.

Note: Stitch Fix charges sales tax in my state! The cost to send the items back is free and they send you a Stitch Fix-addressed large envelope for that. You just drop the stuff in, seal it, and drop it off at the post. Simple. Want to try Stitch Fix? Go here!

Let me know what you think?

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