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*HOT!* Try Stitch Fix Completely FREE — no styling fee during the month of January!

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Have you been wanting to try Stitch Fix? Try it risk-free this month, with the styling fee being waived!! This is unheard of!


Have you been wanting to try Stitch Fix, but you didn’t want to pay the $20 styling fee out of pocket?

Great news! Through the end of January, Stitch Fix is waiving your styling fee as a new customer when you sign up through this link! I’ve never seen them offer this kind of deal!

Just in case you’re new to Stitch Fix, here’s how it works:

1. Sign up for a Stitch Fix account.

2. Fill out your style profile. You’ll give very specific details on sizes you wear, styles you like, colors you like, types of clothes you like, and what types of clothing you are specifically looking for (more casual, all business, a mix of both, etc.) You can be very detailed in your descriptions and even share a Pinterest board with them to give Stitch Fix some ideas of your tastes in clothing.

3. Go to checkout and pay a $20 styling fee (styling fee is waived right now because of this promotion!!).

4. One of the Stitch Fix stylists will take your style profile, sizes, and preferences and put together a box of clothing based upon what they think you’ll like and what they think will work well for you.

5. They’ll send you this box in the mail. You’ll have a few days to go through the box, try on the clothes, and then choose to keep any that you liked and ship back any that didn’t work (they provide a postage-paid envelope for you to use).

I LOVE this sweater and jeans I got in my latest box! So comfy and perfect for the weather we’ve been having here.

Click on the video above to see me unbox my latest fix from Stitch Fix! (Want to know more of my honest thoughts about Stitch Fix? You can read all about my honest experience with Stitch Fix here.)

Go here to sign up for your first Fix for FREE! Remember, this deal ends on January 30, 2018!

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  • Mar says:

    I read your previous posts about this service. I’m not on a super tight budget, but I don’t like to spend a lot on clothes. What are prices like?

    • You can set your budget… but typically around $30 to $50 for tops and around $60 to $90 for jeans. It’s definitely pricier than what you’d pay at Target or if you are a bargain shopper.

  • Kate says:

    I didn’t know you could opt to just get a Fix when you requested one, rather than at set intervals. That was the deal maker for me! Wish me luck, ’cause this Mama needs something other than what she can find in this small town to wear!


    I am obsessed with stich fix!! I joined a couple months ago and I love it wish I would of done it sooner! I can’t wait for my next fix to come in the mail! I get alot of compliments on my outfits and I feel amazing in them!

  • Therese says:

    Not related to Stitch Fix, but that picture w/ your daughter is so cute!

  • marianne hardy says:

    Are you still weightlifting? You don’t talk about that just running. The clothes look fantastic on you like you are weightlifting.

    • I haven’t been weightlifting for the past six months or so because our scheduled changed so much this fall and Jesse and I are having trouble finding a time when we can consistently do it together and I need him to spot me for most of it. Surprisingly, I’ve not lost a lot of the muscle I built with weight-lifting. I’m not sure how — but it might be because I eat a lot more protein now? Who knows! I miss it and hope to get back to it someday soon if we can work out the scheduling. For now, I’m grateful for a treadmill I can use so I can run in the evenings! 🙂

  • Danielle says:

    Are there any other fees with the trial like a shipping or return shipping fee? Love your sweater! Who makes it?

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