Recently, I completed by first Stitch Fix unboxing. It was one of those unboxing videos you may have seen on YouTube, but it wasn’t on YouTube at all.
I hosted this unboxing and review of Stitch Fix over on my Facebook page. It was well received.
Stitch Fix Unboxing Video Takeaway
During my Stitch Fix unboxing and review, I talked about how I felt about online styling services like Stitch Fix. I believe they are great way to get value for your time and money.
Here is a list of what I discussed about Stitch Fix during the unboxing video:
A Stitch Fix clothing shipment comes with five pieces for you to try on.
Every “Fix” comes with a note from your stylist. It also includes picture cards giving you styling suggestions for each of your pieces.
You have three days to decide which pieces you want to keep from Stitch Fix. Whatever you don’t like you send back in a postage-paid package.
Keeping all five? You get 25% off your entire purchase.
In addition to clothing, Stitch Fix may send you shoes, jewelry and handbags plus other accessories.
Stitch Fix also offers plus size fashion clothing to its customers.
You can always send someone a gift card for Stitch Fix.
Since I’m not sure that every blog reader has had the chance to check out my Facebook page, I’ve included a link to that Facebook Live video here.
Also, since publishing this post and creating the video above, I received the following exciting news from Stitch Fix:
Stitch Fix will [now] carry brands like Alice & Olivia, Helmut Lang, Kate Spade, Rebecca Minkoff and Theory for women, and John Varvatos, Steven Alan, Theory and Todd Snyder for men. The service will also offer premium denim, like AG, Citizens of Humanity, JBrand, Joe’s Jeans and PAIGE for men and women.
Other Facebook Live Videos
Speaking of Facebook Live videos, a Stitch Fix unboxing isn’t the only video I’ve done. Since the beginning of August, I’ve been doing weekly Facebook Live broadcasts about #payingforcollege. As you know that’s the topic of my new book The Complete Guide to Paying for College. The book’s official publication date is September 18, but it is available for pre-order on Amazon now.
Leading up to its publication and during these Facebook Live videos, I’ve been addressing issues that parents and students face when paying for college as well as other general issues about applying to college.
For example, the first Facebook Live focused on using The Common Application aka The Common App. I’ve also covered renting versus buying textbooks, computers and mini-fridges for a dorm room as well as how you can use military benefits to pay for a child’s education. On Tuesday, August 29 my Facebook Live will focus on federal student loans and the biggest misconceptions surrounding them.
Suggested Facebook Live Video Topics
I’m always looking for topics that I can cover in a future Facebook Live, and I want to hear from you from what I should cover.
I encourage you to post a comment below, use the contact form on this blog or post comment on my Facebook page to let me know topic ideas. If I choose your idea, I’ll send you a free $10 Dunkin Donuts gift card. Do you want to win a free gift card? Then let me know.
Also, if you like these unboxing videos, let me know that, too. What else would you like to see me unbox?