"I can't quit you", she says as she schedules her latest fix. After a break from Stitch Fix I decided to give them another go. Whenever you schedule a fix you are able to provide a note, for previous Fixes I never said anything. I just wanted them to provide clothes for whatever season they deemed appropriate. This time around however, I laid out a very specific task for my stylist; provide clothes I could wear to pre-wedding activities in Texas this fall. How did she do? Let's take a look.
I'm a woman who loves clothes and who has a love/hate relationship with shopping. Now, with two kids getting to the mall and shopping around isn't as therapeutic as it once was (shocking right?) so now I rely on at-home services for new clothing items. I've had 4 Fixes from Stitch Fix and decided it was time for something new. I saw an ad for Wantable on Facebook and I decided to give it ago. But was it better than Stitch Fix? Are there any major differences? Read on to see how Wantable stacks up against Stitch Fix and what sets them apart.
I kept seeing KidBox ads on Facebook so I finally decided to give it a go because what did I have to lose? Unlike Stitch Fix there was no styling fee so if I didn't like any of the items I could send them ALL back in their pre-paid shipping bag and be done with it. And that is exactly what I did.
If you've watched any programming on TLC over the past 10 years you've seen at least one commercial for "Say Yes to the Dress". Filmed at Kleinfeld Bridal in NYC the series shows brides of all shapes, sizes, and backstories shopping for their wedding gown. If they find one they love? They are ultimately asked one very important question, "are you saying yes to the dress?"
Want to take part in the celebration? Here's how!