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Blogging always has fun perks, but sometimes it comes with fun experiences. Like once in a lifetime experiences. Stitch Fix flew me and some other beautiful bloggers out to LA for their television satellite media tour. When I got the email I had to re-read it a few times to make sure it wasn’t a joke. I felt so honored to showcase hot summer trends on televisions across the country.
If you followed me along on Snapchat (AndreaBai) or over on Instagram you saw some behind-the-scenes pictures and videos. The whole time I kept thinking why me? I feel like on the outside I kept my cool but on the inside I was going insane. I never thought I would be ever called a model – especially after having kids. I’m definitely not a model. However, being one for a day was a bit surreal.
So what did the trip entail?
Stitch Fix flew me and a few other bloggers (and Stitch Fix addicts) out to LA to stay in a beautiful hotel, the Sunset Marquis. Super chic! Shortly after I arrived we had our fittings with a Stitch Fix stylist and got to get our “fix” in person. I loved watching the process and having them create outfits and matching accessories.
Photography by JoDee Debes Photography
Top // Papermoon Bastille Tulip Sleeve Blouse
Shorts // Lucca Clare Scallop Hem Printed Short
Shoes // Nine West Onlee Pointed Toe Flats
Bag // Street Level Mina Suede Tassel Clutch
Cuff // Zad Maria Metal Cuff
I felt like the outfits they picked out for me were 100% on point. I’ll share more in a future posts so I don’t completely overload this one. I fell head over heels when I saw the shorts. The scalloped hem and floral pattern was so romantic.
It was so fun hanging out to be in a room with 3 bloggers, a celebrity stylist, the Stitch Fix styling, marketing, and pr team. We sipped on some rose while gabbing about clothes.
Shortly after, we had dinner at Estrella in West Hollywood and enjoyed each other’s company before getting some beauty sleep. We had to be in the car by 4:15 am which means sleep was paramount. Although, I only slept for two hours because my brain kept saying “don’t sleep in.”
I got my hair and makeup done and it felt special for me not do it for once. I’m usually the one putting makeup on myself and others.
We filmed for about 3 hours with Sydne Summer as the correspondent and had a photoshoot after. Hands down my favorite part of the trip was getting to know everyone. Stitch Fix is a great company, but they have an even greater team. You could tell how much they love their jobs and to help women feel themselves.
I’m surprisingly somewhat of a Stitch fix newbie. I’ve had maybe a total of 4 boxes but I’ve become a huge fan. I rarely go clothes shopping so having a personally styled box to help out my wardrobe is major.
So what is a fix?
A fix is a personal styling service personally catered to you. Stitch Fix builds your box based on your budget, taste, and lifestyle to help you feel your best. You fill out a style profile/questionnaire that helps them figure out what you want. You can even write notes to your stylist about your needs. For example, if you like what I’m wearing make sure to add that in your note.
Just how often do you get fixes?
It’s up to you! You schedule your fixes how you want. You can set the up monthly, once every other, on demand. Whatever works for you. You can schedule your shipment exactly when you want.
How much does it cost?
There is a $20 styling fee to get your box and that goes towards your purchases. You can also let your stylists know what you’re comfortable spending.