Stitch Fix Men is a personal styling service customized to your fit, lifestyle & spending preferences. Just like Stitch Fix for women, your stylist will send you 5 pieces based on your profile for you to try on at home. You only keep what you love, and you never have to set foot in a mall! There are no coupons for Stitch Fix, but if you love everything in your fix, you save 25% when you keep the whole fix (read below for details)!
Your fix comes neatly bundled with a return envelope and styling guide.
Here’s how Stitch Fix Men works: First, you fill out your style profile. This includes style, budget, and what you’re looking for – you can get as detailed as you want with the notes to your stylist. Your stylist is very responsive to your requests and will work hard to find pieces that fit your declared style, so the more info you provide, the better your selections will be. After trying them on and deciding what to keep, you return the pieces you don’t want in the prepaid mailer (free shipping!). Your stylist takes note of what you kept (and why) and what you didn’t, along with any additional feedback you provide, so your clothes selections become better “tailored” to you over time.
We see great compliments in your future.
The green envelope contains a run-down of your Fix and a styling guide.
If you keep everything you get a 25% discount. This is why it is so important to be detailed and accurate in your profile, as it increases the chances that your stylist will run the table and score your great clothes and a discount (without having to keep anything you don’t really want). You will check-out and get charged through your Stitch Fix Men account. You’ll be charged a $20 styling fee and shipped five items to try on at home. If you keep anything your styling fee will be applied to your order, but if you don’t, you will pay the $20 fee. As you can see on the invoice, we joined the optional Style Pass program, so we paid a single, annual styling fee (with unlimited Fixes) instead of $20 per Fix.
Every Stitch Fix box includes styling cards showing a couple looks for each item in the Fix. There’s usually a dressed up (right) and more casual (left) version for each piece of clothing. Now you can see your past items in your Stitch Fix profile, which is an awesome feature!
Stitch Fix inadvertently sent us someone else’s style cards, which we thought we’d show you (above). They sent me the PDF of the real one (below):
I like that they just stack the clothes neatly and don’t make me tear through multiple plastic bags.
Everything in my fix for March 2019. You just have to unfold each item to see how they look.
7 Diamonds Clifton Slim Pant ($88) This iconic pant is designed for the demands of everyday. It somehow resembles my favorite pair of slim straight jeans; but is a little more polished and stretched for comfort.
It’s made from 95% cotton and 2% lycra so it’s both snug and fashionable. I also think that it’s trimmed and sewn to standard perfection. I like that it’s not too skinny and not too baggy.
The waistband size is just right for me so I won’t need a belt. Its 5-pocket style is also useful for me as the extra pocket is good for keeping coins, tickets, watch and anything that can fit in it.
01Algo Durant Performance Tee ($29) I’m ready to break a sweat in this performance t-shirt from 01 Algo!
I’ve finally found the best on-the-job wicking apparel for my training days and my next workout. I won’t have to worry about foul odors anymore because of its polyester material known for a quick dry effect.
Flag & Anthem Delroy Shirt Jacket ($89.50) This next item is more than a shirt, less than a jacket. This shirt jacket is sometimes referred to as “shacket.” It’s a sharp, more polished take on casual dressing.
It’s my ideal year-round layering piece. I’ve tried it on with the 5-pocket slim pant and it gave me a clean, modern look. The hood added a laid-back appeal.
Its greyish color gave it a more military-inspired look. I’ve seen some great plaid shirt jackets, including some in big, bold buffalo plaids, but they’re not nearly as versatile as one in a solid color like this.
The body and sleeves are fitted for me, but not too tight. I have enough room to layer it with lighter pieces like a cardigan or a lightweight sweater, but not so much room that I’m swimming in it.
This clothing is surely designed to bridge the divide between Winter and Spring or Summer turning to Autumn. The sturdy cotton, utility pockets and metallic buttons make it one of my new staples!
Even Tide Shawl Collar Mock neck ($68) The mock neck is a simpler variant of a turtleneck. Unlike the turtleneck, the fabric at the top of the collar stands up around the neck rather than folding downward.
The neckline, though a bit harder to find, is ideal for those who like the warmth, but are wary of extra bulk. In addition to warmth and neck coverage, this type of sweater is slimming and does wonders to accentuate one’s physique.
Flag & Anthem Mauldin Thermal Hooded ($49) This men’s long sleeve hoodie has a three button henley front placket with drawstrings around the hood.
It’s perfect for layering too. I can wear this thermal over a basic t-shirt or under a fleece or sweater for warmth. It’s also not too boxy and not too slim. Its premium details are the soft, warm, and comfortable 100% thermal cotton hoodie that features a signature striped neck tape trim.
Once again, everything in my box was tailored just right for me. This month’s selection is all about comfort and versatility. I can play around with style with these pieces according to my mood. The style guide card also gave me fresh new ideas on how to work even a simple jacket or sweater, and I scored some new great finds to add to my growing collection of easy to wear clothing!
What do you think of Stitch Fix Men?