So sorry to leave my June Fix unresolved, I know everyone hates a cliffhanger, but thanks for coming back to find out what happened. If you have no idea what’s going on in this post, you may want to go back and read part one which you can find here Stitch Fix Review- June2018.
We we last met I was trying to decide what to keep from my June Stitch Fix. To recap, there was a really unique, cute blouse, basic but awesome, overpriced shorts, a great quality, simple sweater, a perfect, except for the straps, black dress; and, Kolten the Liverpool white denim jacket that cost as much as a trip to the grocery store.
I had heard rumor of a secret Facebook group where people who bought too much, or conversely couldn’t get enough (or, have a problem) Stitch Fix clothing could buy, sell or trade said items. So I decided to check it out. Turns out it’s true, and it’s such a thing that there are actually two groups dedicated to this subject. I joined both and stalked their pages to get the lay of the land before I jumped in.
I posted my Liverpool jacket on both boards early one morning and waited to see what would happen, the answer, absolutely nothing. I kept checking the posting and not a thing, no offers or comments, heck I couldn’t even find my listing in the feed. Disappointed, but undeterred I decided to delete the listing and try again.
So the next morning I did just that. Within in 2 minutes, I got a message saying SOLD along with an email. I sent her an invoice through PayPal and she paid almost as quickly. So Kolten has a lovely new home, with an appreciative realtor in Wisconsin who had been requesting a white denim jacket from her stylist to no avail. And, I got to keep all four of the remaining items.
The final cost tally on this fix was around $135 or about $34 per item which I find to be completely acceptable. I love the idea of this new resource, plus the people on the boards seem to be very nice and supportive of each other. I have actually learned a lot of tricks which I will share here in the future.
Want to give Stitch Fix a try? Here’s how to get a $25 credit on your first Fix, seriously $25, no joke.
As always if you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself, please use a referral code when you set up your profile. You will get a $25 credit towards your first Fix. You don’t have to use mine, but please use someone’s. However, if you would like to use mine, I would be thrilled. Here’s the link Stitch Fix Referral Link
You do not have to order your first Fix right away. You will set up your profile and let them know what you like and your budget. When you are ready, you can schedule your first Fix. You will also be given your own referral code that you can give to your friends and share the love.