My Take on Stitch Fix Men

November 14, 2017

Over the last few months I have been working with Stitch Fix Men to try out their new service and provide feedback. I initially thought that I wouldn’t want nor need the service because, you know, I am a blogger and technically supposed to be styling myself. But lately I have been getting burnt out on shopping and buying new things. It’s difficult for me to find the time, and even the desire, to shop.And there are a ton of new brands I don’t even know about. I imagine that there are a bunch of other guys out there that feel the same way.

The way that Stitch Fix Men works is you fill out a style profile and tell your stylist your sizes, preferences, price targets, common clothing issues, etc. Then a stylist send you a selection of clothes, shoes, and/or accessories as often as every 2-3 weeks up to 3 months. Then you try the stuff on and if you like it you keep it. If you don’t like it you send it back.

I’ve found that the more fixes I received the better and more accurate the styling was to me. It’s helpful because you provide comments on each fix and the stylist adjusts. I also love the personalized letter they send with every fix. It shows they actually care and listen. If you need more jeans or wingtips or winter coats or have a wedding coming up you can tell your stylist that and they will adjust your fix based on that.

I’m not sure if you’ve heard of the service or not, but if you have been wanting to try it out you can click this link and get your first stitch fee waived. It’s usually $20/month (which is put towards any items you keep). So essentially you get this first one for free. Try out some new stuff. Let me know how it goes. And feel free to ask me any questions.

All these outfits were mostly created out of items from fixes I received.

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