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its finally here! Stitch Fix Kids is here and I’m SO very pumped about it! you might have seen me share before that I am a Stitch Fix stylist (I work from home + get paid hourly, no commission is made on the clients I style) but I am ALSO a Stitch Fix Influencer (which is completely separate from my employment). I have been an Influencer for about a year or so and it comes with all kinds of perks- I get a $25 referral credit any time someone signs up for Stitch Fix using my affiliate link (which I include here in this blog post). it also involves being invited to special events and experiences with Stitch Fix, like being among the first on the beta trial team before the official launch of Stitch Fix Kids (which is today!! just in time for back to school!)
Stitch Fix Kids provides unique, affordable kids clothing in sizes 2T through 14. for now I’ve got Parker, Jolie, and Baker receiving Fixes but when Brady hits 2T I’m definitely getting him into some of their boy clothing and accessories! our Fix included 8–12 items personalized to each kid’s sense of style + interests based on the style profile we filled out when we signed up! price ranges are around $10–$35 per item (you can select the price range you want your stylist to stick to) and I found everything to be really affordable for the quality that was provided. current available brands include Kate Spade, Under Armour, Nike, TOMS, Hanna Andersson, Hurley, Sovereign Code and more, as well as Stitch Fix Kids exclusive brand, Rumi + Ryder.
I currently style both men and women clients, which means I get to style my own Fix when I schedule one for myself! BUT I am not a kid’s stylist and therefore didn’t get to style the girls’ boxes. I got to get the full Stitch Fix experience, including leaving a note with specifics for the stylists and they delivered! I will say, as excited as I was for their Fixes to hit the doorstep, the girls may have loved it even more!! they has a really fun time sitting down with me to talk about their “personal style” and picking and choosing the outfit styles they loved. ..and they look SO stinkin’ cute!! I realized after the fact that I totally failed as a blogger and didn’t include the items we chose to send back. next time, guys! next time. since I really am a “shopper” and love to put together outfits for both myself and my kids (hence Stitch Fix probably being my most favorite job in my entire life) I was a little more picky in what we decided to keep vs. send back. I kept in mind what would be great pieces for mixing and matching into their current wardrobe and especially for wearing to school! we have to think about that now!
I promised them sno cones after we snapped a couple pictures in their adorable clothes-but really their mama was probably more excited about the sno cones than they were. I’ve been CRAVING sno cones something fierce! I’m thankfully getting out of the full-blown nausea for 24 hours of the day, but I always go for something tart because it curbs the “yuck” feeling in my stomach I still get about mid afternoon.
Stitch Fix is an online personalized styling service. Stitch Fix is changing the way women, men (and now kids!) shop by providing a completely personalized service tailored to your taste, budget & lifestyle. fill out a Style Profile, & one of our expert stylists will hand-select apparel and accessory items just for you. only pay for what you keep & return the rest in a prepaid envelope.
I’ll probably get these three another Fix before school starts next month and specifically ask for shoes and clothing that they can wear for back to school! such a fun first experience with Stitch Fix Kids! if you decide to sign up, I’ll get a credit using my link HERE and I promise you wont be disappointed!
July 10, 2018
So excited for this, I am Stitch Fix obsessed, it’s always the best day when there’s a box waiting on my doorstep! My boy is only 3 months, but as soon as he hits 2T sizes I am all over this.
I’ve heard a ton about Stitch Fix from you and other bloggers but never pulled the trigger, now I’m motivated to do it for me and my little one starting pre-k this fall [insert ugly cry here]. You should totally be a kid stylist !! your kiddos always look so adorable. I only wish my son would keep hats on like Brady does 😛
Btw I also craved snow cones with my first, one time I had my whole office looking for a snowcone because I was craving one so bad.
Shut up! How cool is this!? This will be great for school clothes. It’s hard to get to the store to even buy groceries (thank you hello fresh!) so this will be so helpful in buying clothes throughout the year and she grows.
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