Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix


645 Ratings
Ships to:

Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. You tell them your style and size preferences, and they send you a package of stylish goodies to try on at home. No two Fix shipments are alike. Each one is hand-picked just for you. Keep what items you like, and return the rest in a pre-paid return mailer. The services costs $20 a month for your stylist, but that fee is deducted from any items you choose to keep.

Stitch Fix now offers an expanded size range including plus (Launching Feb 27th), petites, and maternity.

Listed in: Subscription Boxes for Women, Subscription Boxes for Moms, Plus Size Stylist Services & Clothing Subscription Boxes

Tagged in: Pregnancy, Womens clothing

Have It

Want It

More Information

    How does Stitch Fix work?

  • Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. You'll fill out your style profile, your personal stylist will send you 5 items based on your specific taste and sizes, and you get to try out the items at home. Return anything you don't want to keep in the included mailer at no additional cost.

    How much does Stitch Fix cost?

  • Stitch Fix is $20 a month for your styling fee. You'll only pay for the items you want to keep, and if you keep anything, Stitch Fix will deduct the $20 fee from your order total. Keep all 5 items in your box, and you'll save an additional 25%!

    Is Stitch Fix Worth It?

  • Stitch Fix is worth it if you don't have the time to go shopping for yourself. Stitch Fix stylists spend the time finding the items to match exactly what you are looking for, and that service is essentially free if you end up keeping any of the items.

    How do you contact Stitch Fix customer care?

  • Stitch Fix doesn't have a customer care phone number, but you can email them at [email protected] and they should respond within 48 hours.

    What are typical Stitch Fix prices?

  • The average price point of an item from Stitch Fix is $55. You can customize how much you want to spend on any category of item, and your Stylist will only send you items that fit your budget restrictions.

Blog Posts

Add New Review
I’ve been really disenchanted with StitchFix. I’ve received items in duplicate, with the same exact patterns repeatedly and items that are the complete opposite of my requests. This months fix is a full body duster cardigan sweater. I live in South Florida and its in the high 80s. Things I have purchased are not holding up, even after little wear. I’m on this site shopping for a new subscription. I’m so done with them not listening to me. As the other reviewer posted, you pay the 20-dollar style fee upfront. If you make a purchase, they subtract it from your invoice because you have already paid it. It’s not really an additional discount. If you don’t make a purchase, you’ve just spent 20-dollars for styling. I also find many of the items for less on Poshmark, Nordstrom Rack, etc. I could just shop online.
on 3/8/2018
No Photo
I'm pretty lukewarm on Stitch Fix. I've received 13 boxes (65 items) over the last 2 years, and kept about 7 or 8 items total (~12%) It's just hit or miss. The things I request are often unaddressed (like if I ask for tops and I get 2 pairs of pants and a necklace in the box), or they ignore the season (I've gotten paper-thin, polyester tops in winter and sweaters in summer when I specifically asked for seasonal clothing). It doesn't feel personalized at all -- both colors and patterns are all over the place. Style is very generalized. And the prices can be simply unbelievable considering the quality of some of the pieces (e.g., that paper-thin polyester top, which you could probably find at Forever 21 for $15, was nearly $60). Stitch Fix was the first clothing subscription service I've ever used, though, and I appreciate that they did get me thinking outside of my normal comfort zone on certain styles/colors. But that's something we can all do on our own, if we're willing, with $20 worth (or less) of shipping!
on 12/5/2017
No Photo
Buyer beware. I subscribed after reading that my 20 dollar styling fee would be applied toward any item I purchased. No where did it say that in addition to applying it toward the purchase, it would also be charged to my account. Where is the discount if they charge me the 20 they "discount" the purchase???; How ridiculous. Do they think the buying public is really just that stupid? I tried to contact them and was told that I received the 20 off the item I purchased and in addition had the 20 styling charge on my account. In other words for a 30 scarf (which by the way was probably worth about 12 at a local retail store) I paid a 20 dollar styling fee and then got a 20 dollar discount on the scarf they priced at 30. With my limited math skills, I can determine I have been charged 30 dollars for the scarf! What a rip off. As I said, BUYER BEWARE!
on 11/3/2017
I loved everything I got but the coat put just keep 2 items please keep doing what you are doing
on 9/19/2017
No Photo
I hated this subscription. You couldn't see what you were getting and the things I got were something an old lady would wear. Not pleased at all. Only got it once and canceled it.
on 9/9/2017
I got my first fix in May 2017 & my stylist nailed it! I kept 2of the 5 items. One item that I loved was returned b/c I had bought a top almost exactly like it the week before! The other 2 items I returned were to big so I updated my profile and sized down. I was very happy with my first fix! My 2nd fix arrived in July and I was disappointed. The tops were loose and boxy making my body look like a rectangle from the shoulders to the hips. I kept one top and returned everything else with feedback about each item. I wanted tops that accentuate my waistline since I have an hourglass figure. I wanted to give my stylist another opportunity so I scheduled another fix for July and she nailed it again! I kept all five items! I got a dress, pants, two tops and a necklace. I gave 4 of the 5 items a "loved it" rating and gave one top a " like it" rating! I was thrilled with my 3rd fix and it was successful b/c I took the time to communicate to my stylist. My stylist name is Kelly & I think she rocks!! She is getting to know my style and I am confident she will continue to provide items in my future fixes that I will love.
on 7/27/2017
I consistently receive items that I would never try for myself but absolutely love. If for some reason an item has broken soon after purchase, I have had no problem with customer service. The items that come in my fixes are absolutely personalized to my taste and needs. I have been so pleased.
on 7/6/2017
No Photo
This is great in concept. The styles are modern and cute and I loved the cards that showed you how to incorporate the pieces that you were sent with items you own. What made me cancel was the quality of the clothing. ANYTHING that I ever got from stitchfix, after I washed it once, it would become forever wrinkled or completely misshapen. The clothes are cheap. Save some money and shop at forever 2... disposable clothing. Also, if you like the styles believe it or not, you can find most of them at H&M and H&M clothing lasts at least 10 washes. Also, the styling of the stitch fix was completely off. I requested boho items for everyday wear, I work from home. What I got was non figure flattering business pieces. I called to fix this twice and time and time again, they just couldn't get it right.
on 4/16/2017
I just received my second box and it is all going back just like the first. The quality is absolute junk, so everything is way overpriced. It is apparent that no one truly styles the box, at least not according to the profile submitted. Every single thing has been cheap, frumpy, and the opposite of what I asked for. I hate boxy tops and never wear shorts, but my second box has a pair of very short shorts, 3 boxy overpriced tshirt tops, and a pair of pants in a color I hate.
on 4/10/2017
No Photo
I absolutely ADORE my stitch fixes! That's all i can really say! Everything so far has been really nice quality and items I'd probably pass over if ever in a store looking. Also it makes it easier to have clothing for work.
on 3/30/2017