Introducing: Stitch Fix Plus!

They’ve styled women. They’ve styled men. They’ve included clothing for petites and ladies who are expecting. Now, the people at Stitch Fix are rolling out the red carpet for women in plus sizes!

Today — yes, TODAY! — Stitch Fix is offering women to try on and enjoy more than 90 brands that feature plus-size clothing. Now, ladies can fall in love with dresses, tops, and bottoms in sizes ranging from 14W through 24W and 1X through 3X. And a whopping 15 of these brands were created specifically by Stitch Fix to increase variety and give a thumbs up to women who need or prefer larger sizes. Look at some of these cute styles!

So, What Is Stitch Fix?

This service provides the convenience of having five items shipped directly to your door. Right now, they offer tops, pants, skirts, dresses, outerwear, jewelry, scarves, purses and bags. When you first register on the website, you fill out a Style Profile, filling out vital body-type information, sizes, types of clothing you prefer to receive or stay away from, price range and other details. You also can leave a note for the stylist you’re paired with and can provide a link to social media sites or a Pinterest board with items that suit your style. The more specific details you leave, the better chance your box will have more items you like. In the box you’ll also find a note from your stylist and cards showing different ways to wear each piece (which I really benefit from).

The initial fee, or styling fee, is $20. Each item you receive is of a different price point. Once you try on each item of clothing, you have three days to decide which piece(s) you want to keep. The initial $20 will go toward the item(s) you keep. If you decide to keep everything, you receive a 25% discount. If you decide to keep nothing, that $20 is lost. The items you don’t keep you put in a pre-paid mail bag that comes in your box. Just make sure you ship it out within that three-day period or you’ll be charged for the entire thing. You’ll also perform a “check-out” process on the website after you’ve made your choice(s).

Popular in-house brands 41 Hawthorn, Pixley, and Market & Spruce are included in this launch, as well as newcomers Eloquii, Universal Standard, Kiyonna, Junarose, Slink Jeans, and City Chic.

This is super exciting, because I have friends who struggle finding cute, affordable pieces in malls and boutiques. Stitch Fix can be an answer to their prayers! Now, instead of settling on an item of clothing because of the lack of options, plus-size gals can purchase what they love and what makes them feel beautiful. Everyone should have that opportunity!

So, you luscious ladies, make sure to sign up right away to get your own personalized stylist! Or, pick out a Stitch Fix Gift Card for that someone special who needs a fashion boost!

This post contains affiliate links and banners through which I may be compensated, but all opinions are my own.


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