This post was sponsored by Stitch Fix.
Getting Sebastian Started
With the two of us absolutely loving Stitch Fix, we decided to get Sebastian signed up as well now that he is big enough. Trying on clothes at home is a lot less stressful when it comes to an active toddler. Stitch Fix for kids starts at size 2T. The process is similar to the adult sign up process. I was impressed with how thorough the questions were, even for kids. They asked about the kind of activities Sebastian does and how often. They also dive into his personality traits.
Stitch Fix went above and beyond when it came to asking about clothing size. There were questions about body type and preferred fits. As a huge help to parents, there were plenty of questions around preference in regards to clothes that feature zippers, buttons, etc. Does your kid have a favorite color or one they refuse to wear? You’re covered there too. While the questions are very in depth, it didn’t take very long to fill out. I can’t wait to get his first box! As a bonus, they also include a few little surprises for your child in the box. Let me know in the comments below if you want to see a little unboxing to see what Sebastian gets in his first box.
After signing Sebastian up for his box, I decided it was time to refresh my own profile so Stitch Fix so it aligns with my wardrobe goals this year. Every time I receive my box I always leave feedback on each piece. This helps my stylist gain further insight into what works for me and what doesn’t. While your style profile acts as the foundation for your preferences, adding feedback really helps your stylist going forward. This is important especially when you are planning for an upcoming season and I want to switch things up a bit to start receiving different types of items just in time for Spring. Who else is excited about getting out of the cold and soaking in some sunshine?
Updating your profile is really easy and you can do this at anytime. All you do is log into my profile and hit update style profile. From there I can update any or all my preferences. I decided to change some of the price points, frequency, stores I shop at, patterns, and even added a link to a Pinterest board I’ve been working on for style inspiration.
There is a $20 styling fee that is then credited towards your purchase for that particular month. The cost of the clothes depends on what you selected in your preferences. Plus, there’s a great discount if you purchase your entire box! My wardrobe needs change throughout the year so I’m able to adjust how often my stylist sends me a box. I can choose to have one sent on demand, every few weeks, monthly or even just for a seasonal update. Living in a city like NYC, I’m very budget conscious. I appreciate the ability to set and alter my budget at any time by item type in my style profile. This is such a helpful feature!
Who is it for?
The whole family can sign up. I’m so excited that all of us are signed up and getting our own boxes. With over 1,000 brands to choose from, I know my next favorite piece is waiting for me in an upcoming fix. I love that I’ll still be able to use this service when Matt and I decide to expand our family with their maternity sizing available. They carry sizes 0-3x and include petite sizing as well. Since I first became a member they have grown a lot and added so many great things. I can’t wait to see what else they do in the future.
Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? Let me know in the comments below.