Based in Sydney, Australia, Foundry is a blog by Rebecca Thao. Her posts explore modern architecture through photos and quotes by influential architects, engineers, and artists.

Bright Side Jessica and the Stitch Fix Unboxing

The time has finally come to share my Stitch Fix unboxing experience with you!

As you may already know from previous posts, I've challenged myself to try 10 subscription boxes this year, and for the month of March, I chose to sign up for Stitch Fix, which is an online subscription and personal shopping service here in the U.S.

In my last Stitch-Fix-related post, I talked about the sign up process and how thorough it was, and now that I've received my box, I can show you how it went!

First off, I was pretty happy I didn't have a huge box to deal with. I'd estimate it was 12" around and 6" tall. I've heard that depending on what types of products you want them to deliver to you, some boxes can be pretty big. Keep that in mind if you're looking to have your box shipped somewhere other than to your front door.

Stitch Fix provides you with a pre-paid mailing back so you can ship the items you don't want back to them at no cost to you.

In a separate envelope, your stylist provides you with a sheet that shows what items you're getting and how you can style them. It also comes with a little note from your stylist, which was a nice touch.

You also get a pricing sheet that breaks down the cost of each individual item as well as the final price and additional discounts you could receive. You remember that styling fee of $20 that I mentioned that it costs to get a box from Stitch Fix? That $20 gets credited to your purchase if you buy something. AND, if you buy all 5 items from your box, you get an additional 25% off, which could be amazing if you really love everything.

I will admit, being a person who loves things on sale, these prices did turn me off a bit, but if you're a person who doesn't shop because you either hate shopping or don't have the time, this could totally be worth it for you.

After the price / product list comes a quick little guide to tell you how it works. You have 3 business days before you have to send back the unwanted items, so be sure to plan accordingly when you schedule your fix.

Now, I won't go step by step through the products just yet, but feel free to check out the video below for a quick preview of the products before I do a little more of a deep dive on them later this week!

If you're interested in trying Stitch Fix out, feel free to use my referral link: https://www.stitchfix.com/referral/7167795

Stay tuned! The product review is on it's way!

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