I have received 13 Stitch Fixes over the last year and a half. I was pretty happy with almost everything I received. But I started to realize that the quality just wasn’t what I was used to. I also wasn’t too thrilled with their return and exchange policies. I think these may have been updated recently, but it was too late for me. I turned 50 last year and thought that it was possible that I was maybe a little too old for Stitch Fix. The stylists were all probably half my age! I realize I am just assuming this, but let’s be honest, it’s most likely true!
I had recently discovered Trendsend by Evereve. I LOVE THIS STORE! Once while I was at our local mall, the poster in the window of Evereve was of a pretty woman in adorable clothes holding a camera! This place was screaming for me to enter and spend oodles of money! I love pretty clothes, looking cute and taking pictures! It was a perfect fit for me!
Fast forward to now. Evereve offers something very similar to Stitch Fix. You create an online account, answer some style questions about yourself and then an expert stylist chooses 6-8 hand picked pieces that are delivered right to your door! You only pay for what you keep and you send back the rest. Free shipping and returns. The styling fee is $1.
The one difference that sold me on Trendsend is that if I go to the store and buy something, it’s automatically in my account and my stylist can see that I have added something to my wardrobe. Also, I keep getting $15 and $20 gift cards in the mail from them. I guess because I spend so much!
The quality of the clothes at Evereve is hands down, 100% better than most of the items I received from Stitch Fix. If you are on a tight budget and don’t care about the durability and quality of your clothes, then Stitch Fix is your friend. But this 50 year old business owner is moving on up to Trendsend.