I’ve talked about Stitch Fix a couple of times on the blog in the past. In case you missed it, Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that sends 5 hand picked items to your door. You try them on in the privacy of your own home, keep the ones you like, return the ones you don’t in a prepaid package. (For more information about how the process works and what you can do to prepare for your first fix, check out the post What Is Stitch Fix, Anyway?)
Today, I wanted to go into more depth about the Stitch Fix referral program. When you sign up, they give you a referral code to recommend friends to the service. You can use the referral code in four ways: direct link, email, Twitter, and Facebook. To make it easy, when you go to your Stitch Fix home page, you will see a box with all of the information that you need to share your referral code. It looks like this:
When a friend uses your referral code, you receive $25 credit on your account once their order has shipped. You can keep up with the status of your referrals by going to your personal referral page from Stitch Fix’s main menu.
On your referral page, it will give you a summary of how many people have signed up, how many have scheduled and received their fixes, as well as your current credit amount. It also gives you a list of the people who have used your code with first name and last initial. The summary looks something like this:
I have been loving Stitch Fix so far and have had a lot of fun referring friends. I wanted to share some pics from four beautiful friends of mine that signed up for Stitch Fix using my referral codes. All of them are super busy moms with a whole lot going on in their lives. Like me, their shopping time is limited.
Let’s start with Kendra. She is a mom of three, fitness instructor, Les Mills coach, and military wife. Here are some photos from her first very first Stitch Fix.
Her Stitch Fix included a turquoise scarf, jeans, chevron print shirt and assymetrical jacket. How beautiful is the color of the scarf? And I have to admit that I have some jacket envy.
Next, we have Rebecca. A nurse, mom of two, military wife, and the very first person I ever called friend (no joke, we lived across the street from each other our entire childhood).
Rebecca’s first fix came with a maxi dress, white blouse, asymmetrical jacket, and maxi skirt. Rebecca said that she loved both the blouse and the jacket, but the dress didn’t quite do it for her. (P.S. I still have jacket envy.) If you want to some amazing Stitch Fix inspiration, just check out Rebecca’s Stitch Fix Pinterest board. It’s kind of amazing.
Now for Sasha. She is a busy working mom to one adorable little guy and a marathon runner who lived across the hall from me freshman year of college. She says she’s not photogenic, but I think she looks great in everything.
Doesn’t she look great? She said this about her Stitch Fix, “That dress made me feel like I could actually look good in public wearing real clothes, not running clothes and I never think that!” Awesome.
Finally, Melissa’s Fix. Melissa has a little girl, a full-time job, and a photography business. Talk about busy! (If you get a chance, head over to Melissa Marciszko Photography to ooh and aah over some adorable newborns.) Melissa sent me this message after she received her first Stitch Fix: Got my first fix! Even though I am only keeping 1 out of 5 items, I loved the experience. So much less stress…And they nailed my size and 2 of the other items I was border line of keeping, but decided for 50 bucks I needed to love it to keep it. The item I am keeping – jeans of all things! Fit amazing, super comfortable, and really flattering.
I don’t know about you, but for me, jeans are probably the hardest thing to shop for. Here’ s a picture of Melissa in her fabulous new jeans:
To make a long story short, Stitch Fix’s referral program has been good to me. And I’m hoping it will be good to these ladies as well. And maybe you, too! If you’re interested in signing up, you can follow the steps below to get started.
Think you might be interested in trying Stitch Fix?
- Sign Up.
- Fill out your fashion profile. Remember to be honest. Unsure of what they mean by Boho, Edgy, or Glam style? They have Pinterest boards for each of the style types to help you out.
- Schedule your fix. You can schedule your fix to happen in just a couple of weeks or a couple of months out depending on your needs. Then, you can schedule you follow-up fixes either at regular intervals or whenever you get the itch.
*This post contains referral links, but none of them are mine! They all belong to the beautiful ladies mentioned above. As always, all opinions are my own.
If you enjoyed this post, you might like these as well:
When Your Old Wardrobe Doesn’t Fit Your New Body: Coming to terms with body image issues while cleaning and organizing the closet post-pregnancy.
What Is Stitch Fix, Anyway?: An overview of how Stitch Fix works with tips to get the most from your first fix.
Stitch Fix April 2015 – Fix #2: Walking through the Stitch Fix process from arrival to return with an in depth look and assessment of everything that I received.
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