Ya’ll. I finally gave SF the AX.
It’s been 17 months since I started getting monthly fixes in the mail and I cut the subscription chord this month. Half of the time I was excited enough about my fixes to video my unboxing. You can see my past fixes here.
The main reason I stopped getting StitchFix is because I have gained 20lbs this summer and I just don’t want to invest in more expensive clothes in this size. I veered from my normal yoga routine and started a bootcamp this month and I have already lost 5 pounds! Holla! Skinny jeans and non-cankle booties here I come!
The second reason why I broke up with SF is because I have figured out a way to get SF clothes at 70% off. Listen up because I am about to share my secret to getting SF style without the SF credit card bill.
I have completely traded in StitchFix for Thred Up. If you are not sure what ThredUp is you can see my full review HERE.
After a bunch of googling I found a different lists with the brands that SF carries. On my ThredUp dashboard I clicked on Brand and in the search found the brands, clicked the ones I wanted to save, and saved the in My Brands category.
Here are the brands that SF sends in case you want to copy and paste for yourself.
Kut from the Kloth
Hem & Thred
Citizens for Humanity
Here is just one example of a typical SF top that would easily run the full retail price of $68.00 and can be purchased on TU for $17.99. As you can see in the item Condition Description it states this top is in brand new condition. TU is suuuuuuuper picky about the items they list on their site so I never worry about stains or tears when I buy from them.
Another example is this Collective Concepts dress. BOOM. $20.99 vs. $78. Can’t argue with that.
Okay, two last examples. I think I have this exact same top in gray and have worn it a ton.
These pants would look precious with wedges and a denim jacket.
Under your ThredUp menu you can also save your sizes so when you sort your lists only your sizes are shown. This helps you not have to sift through thousands of pages of clothes.
I also pulled out several of my favorite clothing items and plugged those brands into my Brand list.
Now when I search for clothes on ThredUp I have all of my favorite brands and sizes saved. It’s just like a StitchFix box. Except way cheaper. And I get to choose what I want to buy.
I am going to do a Facebook Live on all of the shoes I have bought on ThredUp the past few months so you can see all of the steals I have snagged for $15 or less!
Have you used ThredUp yet? What have you thought? The deals are just too good to pay full price!