They have Stitch Fix for men now! When I told my husband about it, he was very intrigued. I’ve have very successful Stitch Fix boxes and we were quite curious about what that entailed for men.
Before we get to the clothes, if you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix before, it’s an online service where you fill out a style profile, pay $20 to have a stylist pick out clothing, accessories or shoes for you and send them to you. Once you receive them, try them on and you have three days to choose which ones you’ll keep and which ones you’ll return (package and shipping already included). If you keep any of them, that $20 styling fee goes towards your final purchase.
Want to see what my husband got in his Stitch Fix box?
- Grayers Coronado Double Knit Crew – $68 – “Extremely soft and comfortable, which makes it perfect for light outdoor duty or a casual date night” -Logan
2. Original Penguin Cotati Chambray Shirt – $89 – “Soft material with a clean cut design and small detail really help this shirt stand out from the standard fare of button down shirts. The slim fit is what I look for in button downs, but unfortunately my broad shoulders and gangly arms prevent it from being a perfect fit. I’m having it exchanged for a size up (XL) and that will hopefully solve my problem.” -Logan
3. Grayers Boatsman Heathered Henley – $78 – “I feel like I should have a a glass of Pinot Noir Rosé with this sweater, even if just to have a glass of wine. It is certainly warmer and a bit dressier and I look forward to cooler weather, just so I can drink more Rosé (wait, I don’t think I need a seasonal climate as an excuse to drink wine). Wining aside, I do like the warmth and style this sweater brings to my closet.” – Logan
4. Grayers Byron Double Cloth Henley – $75 – “Another nice fitting top for the outdoors or casual meandering around town” -Logan
5. Mavi Jake Slim Leg Jean – $98 – “I don’t wear yoga pants, but I predict that wearing these jeans comes close. They have a slight stretch ability and the fabric is softer than typical denim. They are likely the skinniest pant I will wear, but I do get the coveted WAF (Wife Approval Factor) of 10 with them.” -Logan
Overall, it was a merchandise total of $408, but with the 25% discount for purchasing all five pieces and the $25 styling fee credit, he bought the entire box for $281. Pretty sweet deal for never having to set foot in a store for a man who hates shopping!
“Audrey did a smashing job on the styles and comfort factors. I’m keeping everything (minus a shirt size change). I’d love for her to help me with my next style. I’m set on sweaters, so perhaps shoes and a jacket can be next.” -Logan
I’ve done a few Stitch Fix for women reviews in the past, want to see the rest?:
- Stitch Fix Review #1
- Stitch Fix Review #2
- Stitch Fix Review #3
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- Stitch Fix Review #7
This is not a sponsored post. I purchased the Stitch Fix box by myself. This post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit towards my next box because you want to make me and my husband more fashion forward, right?