Stitch Fix Box Review
So the last thing I ever needed was another subscription.
My mailman is probably already sick of delivering boxes to me. And I definitely also don't need any new clothes.
But when my best friend told me about Stitch Fix, of course I signed up. Because more fun mail instead of bills? A stylist telling me what to wear? Yes, please.
Stitch Fix is a subscription box that is really neat for a few reasons. You can pick your schedule. You can get the box once a month, once every other month, or on demand.
You simply pay $20 for the styling fee. You fill out an extensive survey, and a stylist picks out outfits based on your preferences.
Whatever you don't want, you send back in a postage paid bag. Whatever you want, you simply pay for on invoice. Simple as that. The $20 styling fee is also deducted if you buy anything.
I was so pumped when I got my first box. Honestly, I am a cheap-o when it comes to fashion, so there was some sticker shock.
Nevertheless, the jeans were the best damn jeans I've ever tried on in my life. Seriously. Like I never find jeans that fit...and these fit like a glove. At $88, they are a splurge for me...but a splurge I, of course, had to have, nonetheless.
Check out my video review below and let me know what you think in the comments. My friend has said that it gets better as you go because each time you return things, you leave feedback.
If you want to try your own box, sign up here and we'll both get a $25 credit. Fun!
Style Steals by A.N.A. at JcPenney: Ready for Spring
One of my favorite days to be at the mall was the chocolate sale day at JCPenney.... first, because chocolate (hell yes!). But second because the coupons were always great.
So when our store ran the chocolate sale again this weekend, I was psyched. Things got even better when they mailed me an extra 50% off coupon, which was the highest amount. I was ready to shop and get a new spring wardrobe... and shop I did.
I ended up making out in the end, and was pleasantly surprised that the coupon worked on every single item I bought. I always am tentative about coupons in department stores because some will give out coupons that simply aren't valid on anything in the store. This coupon, however, was legit and worked on all of my items.
In the end, I spent a total of $70 for seven shirts (two of which are dressier options for work), a maxi skirt, and a pair of Saint John's Bay sandals that I adore. Check out my style steals above.
Are you a fan of the A.N.A line? This is my favorite line at JCPenney because it's work appropriate but also comfy. I can shop for work and play in the same department, and everything just seems to fit my lifestyle.
Did you get any style steals at the chocolate sale? Feel free to share in the comments below. And, if you missed it this time around, get ready for the next one because it was definitely worth getting up early for!
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