I love, love, love Stitch Fix delivery days! And I think you will too. Here’s a peek into my 7th fix and why you really need to jump on board already 🙂
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It’s like Christmas morning when I know a fix is on the way. Just so you know – you can schedule them whenever you want. They don’t have to be a regular thing (unless you want them to be!).
I can tell the stylist if I’m looking for specific items, or I can just say “surprise me.”
I’ve already filled out a style questionnaire at the beginning, so she knows my sizes, my preferences, and any other information she needs to give me a great fix.
So, without further adieu, here’s my latest unboxing.
So – really, should homeschool moms even bother with something like Stitch Fix? I mean, we’re at home all day with the kids. Aren’t yoga pants acceptable attire?
I want to share 5 reasons why homeschool moms need to try Stitch Fix.
Here we go!
Sometimes I’m such a martyr that I don’t allow myself to enjoy things. I’m usually a super thrifty person, so getting brand new clothes feels like a stretch for me in our one-income family.
Can you relate?
So I’m here to say let yourself have some fun with a professional stylist picking clothes for you. You can try them on in the comfort of your own home, and with other pieces you already have! It’s a low-pressure way to buy clothes.
You will be more productive when you feel good about how you look.
This is the solid truth.
If you try to homeschool in your jammies every day, or without doing your hair and make-up, you’ll feel the part.
Totally in shambles. Not productive. Feeling blah.
This doesn’t mean you can never have a down day.
But for the most part, I’ve found it essential to my mental health to get ready each school morning, even if I’m not leaving the house.
And this goes for my kids too.
On the days they stay in their jammies, they’re much more lazy and unproductive.
You will feel the part once you’re put together. And treating yourself to some nice clothes will help.
It will take care of decision fatigue.
Since I’m a Questioner through and through, I have a super hard time shopping. Especially if I’m at a mall with visual stimuli in abundance, plus lots of decisions to be made.
I really don’t love to shop. My one exception would be hunting for treasure at thrift stores. But I don’t even do that regularly.
Stitch Fix is a life-saver for me because I can get on-trend clothes (sometimes for FREE because I save up my credits) and not have to perish under the decision fatigue I normally bring to the store with me.
If this sounds amazing to you, then you really do need to try it out!
It will save you time.
By scheduling periodic fixes, I’m not headed to the store every time I need a piece. It really does save a ton of time!
So, looking ahead to the fall, I knew I needed a new jacket for the cooler weather. Instead of spending several hours trapsing around a store, I just requested one in this fix. And you know what? I’m probably keeping it! That was the quickest fall shopping I’ve done in a while.
It will literally cost you $0 right now to try it out.
This is the best reason of all! For all of us thrifty people, the Stitch Fix referral model is amazing!!
Here’s how it works. If you use this link, you will probably get a $25 credit toward your first fix. I say probably, because sometimes it’s more!
Once you fill out the style questionnaire and schedule your fix, you’ll get happy mail.
Try on the clothes and see if you want to keep anything.
If you want to send it all back, you stick it in their postage-paid envelope and ship it back. You will lose $20 of your credit, but nothing out of pocket.
If you want to keep one, two, or all the things, then that $25 will go toward your purchase.
The lowest priced item in this box was the striped top which was $38. So, you might have to pay a bit out of pocket, depending on the prices.
But for my first fix, I didn’t keep anything, but starting sharing my link. So by the time my second fix came, I had accrued enough credit to start buying without paying out of pocket.
Are you convinced??