(*This is a sponsored post as I am Stitch Fix Influencer.)
One of the things I established pretty early on about myself is: I’m a terrible sales person.
Yes. I probably couldn’t sell you ice to build your igloo, tires to replace your completely treadless ones, etc.
But, if it’s something I really love? I speak from the heart, and strongly so, about it.
A lot of people that I know whom have made the switch to the 1st Phorm line of supplements say they did so because of how passionately I speak of the products.
It’s the same reason I’ve had some people I know jump on board with Stitch Fix. Having someone pick out styles for me, put them in a box, and ship them to my front door is a win in probably 100 different ways for me. And now there are others feeling the same way.
I’m a working mom. I work full time at my day gig, then spend the hours that my son is napping working on my small business, helping clients get, or stay fit and healthy. My husband is a good one, he’s helpful, but I shoulder quite a bit of the other household duties too (finances, cooking because I don’t want our arteries to clog up after just one meal, taking our son to and from daycare, and appointments, the dog to appointments when needed, SCHEDULING the appointments we need, etc…). So really, I don’t even have the time (or want) to get into my truck and go shopping for the plain jeans, and shirts I wear when I’m not in my workout clothes. Not to mention, there are times (work meetings, important appointments, certain types of parties) where that kind of attire is definitely not okay.
And let’s face it, anything beyond the basics? You lose me. My eyes glaze over, I may start to twitch a bit because my brain has become overloaded with pattern mixing, which shoes go with what, etc…
Stitch Fix has, for the past year now, been my life saver. I’ve gotten messages from others who have read my few blog posts about it, and they feel pretty similar.
“It’s kind of fun.”
I agree. It is kind of fun. It also takes the stress off of trying to shop. It also helps us get out of our little boxes here and there too.
The holidays are here. Which means for some of us: parties. Or even, such as in my case, some important year end meetings.
Basically, it’s that silly time of year where, unless it’s an ugly sweater party, you’re expected to look sharp and snappy.
If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet (I know that $20 stylist fee stops a lot of you from giving it a try, because it makes you feel obligated to keep something, even if you don’t love it, so you don’t lose that $20), right now is the time to do it.
That $20 fee is waived. So, no stylist feel, no feeling the need to keep something just so that money isn’t wasted, NO SHIPPING (either way, always)…
If you’re going to take the leap, right now is the time to do it. Click the photo above, and sign up today. There’s absolutely nothing to lose!