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Kerf 5: Conscious Unscuffining
April 12, 2016
1:30 pm
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Señorita Margarita
Baroness of Ham
Meows: 287
Snarking Since:
September 19, 2011

Sorry, but those Stitch Fix clothes are not nice, and they are ridiculously expensive for what they are. She could recreate the same exact look at a J Crew factory store (especially during a sale!) for half the price. And those shoes? Honestly they look like they're $10 from Target. I get that Stitch Fix might be useful for working women who just don't have time to shop or live far from good stores, but it seems so pointless for Kath. 

April 12, 2016
1:40 pm
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gwenhara
Feline Porklord
Meows: 3336
Snarking Since:
May 25, 2012

Señorita Margarita meowed
Sorry, but those Stitch Fix clothes are not nice, and they are ridiculously expensive for what they are. She could recreate the same exact look at a J Crew factory store (especially during a sale!) for half the price. And those shoes? Honestly they look like they're $10 from Target. I get that Stitch Fix might be useful for working women who just don't have time to shop or live far from good stores, but it seems so pointless for Kath. 

Except that she is the laziest of the lazy.  Your suggestion requires her actually leaving her house and seeking out a place to search through racks of clothing, try them on, decide which items to purchase, and then return home.  No way is that happening when she can have a box of fugly clothes tailored to her tastes delivered once a month.  All she has to do is try them on and send the ones she doesn't want back.  Because she is just that lazy.

If she could figure out how to have the gym social network without actually having to go to the gym, she'd do that, too.

April 12, 2016
1:44 pm
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benna2
Hamcat
Meows: 153
Snarking Since:
September 10, 2014

The stitch fix instagram is full of gold. "you go to the mall, I'll have my clothes hand picked just for me!". Stitch Fix runs on a computer algorithm, which feeds their remote, computer based stylists suggested items. they get 10 minutes to pick the clothes for each customer. No one is combing the racks of Nordstrom for you, morons. That baseball shirt would look cute… On my 7 year old niece. Everything they send her is so juvenile looking.

April 12, 2016
1:44 pm
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H8erade
Hamcat
Meows: 97
Snarking Since:
September 20, 2012

gwenhara meowed

Señorita Margarita meowed
Sorry, but those Stitch Fix clothes are not nice, and they are ridiculously expensive for what they are. She could recreate the same exact look at a J Crew factory store (especially during a sale!) for half the price. And those shoes? Honestly they look like they're $10 from Target. I get that Stitch Fix might be useful for working women who just don't have time to shop or live far from good stores, but it seems so pointless for Kath. 

Except that she is the laziest of the lazy.  Your suggestion requires her actually leaving her house and seeking out a place to search through racks of clothing, try them on, decide which items to purchase, and then return home.  No way is that happening when she can have a box of fugly clothes tailored to her tastes delivered once a month.  All she has to do is try them on and send the ones she doesn't want back.  Because she is just that lazy.

If she could figure out how to have the gym social network without actually having to go to the gym, she'd do that, too.

Also she gets all this shit for free. 

April 12, 2016
1:55 pm
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benna2
Hamcat
Meows: 153
Snarking Since:
September 10, 2014

I agree that the service seems most convenient for working moms, but nothing they send out looks appropriate for that demographic at all. It looks like a lot of casual blouses with weird patterns and trim. And lots of colored skinny jeans. And way too many cork shoes.

April 12, 2016
4:15 pm
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OhCaitlin
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 606
Snarking Since:
March 4, 2013

I'm probably in the minority here when I say I actually like the shirt, but it gave me flashbacks of when HTP was pushing that White Plum company and the weird shirt/skirt combo thing.

http://www.healthytippingpoint.com/2015/09/capsule-wardorbe-a-100-giveaway.html

April 12, 2016
4:22 pm
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Female
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 771
Snarking Since:
November 25, 2014

I personally think that Kath needs Stitch Fix.  She has zero natural fashion sense and wouldn't have a clue how to put an outfit together on her own if she walked into a store.  She ends up on the front page of GOMI when she dresses herself. 

April 12, 2016
4:25 pm
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annie p. track
Hamcat
Meows: 187
Snarking Since:
April 9, 2013

benna2 meowed
I agree that the service seems most convenient for working moms, but nothing they send out looks appropriate for that demographic at all. It looks like a lot of casual blouses with weird patterns and trim. And lots of colored skinny jeans. And way too many cork shoes.

The few times I got StitchFix, they did send me clothes that I could wear to work. The problem with using bloggers as their advertisement is that bloggers (mostly) don't work, so potential customers aren't seeing the styles they could actually benefit from. (They ask you in the questionnaire what you do/ what kind of clothes you need.) That said, I quit doing StitchFix because it's honestly just as easy to go to bananarepublic.com when they're having a sale, pick my same old boring work clothes, and call it a day. Rather than do the StitchFix monthly rigamarole of trying on and sending back.

April 12, 2016
4:51 pm
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Ballin on a Budget
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 931
Snarking Since:
July 13, 2012

Kath is looking fit, but most of her Stitchfix clothes look on the verge of being too tight. I get it, we all run in between sizes sometimes. I just don't know if any of them will fit after washing. I also don't understand paying $58 for a tacky poly blouse. I can shop Loft sales and get similar but cuter stuff for half the price.

April 12, 2016
4:58 pm
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Ballin on a Budget
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 931
Snarking Since:
July 13, 2012

benna2 meowed

The stitch fix instagram is full of gold. "you go to the mall, I'll have my clothes hand picked just for me!". Stitch Fix runs on a computer algorithm, which feeds their remote, computer based stylists suggested items. they get 10 minutes to pick the clothes for each customer. No one is combing the racks of Nordstrom for you, morons. That baseball shirt would look cute… On my 7 year old niece. Everything they send her is so juvenile looking.

Ha, I agree. It just kills me how bloggers go on and on about their personal Stitch Fix stylist. "She really understand my style!" They really think "Lauren" is combing the racks to find their perfect fix.

April 12, 2016
7:22 pm
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extra nopesauce
Feline Porklord
Meows: 2209
Snarking Since:
April 23, 2013

HoJu meowed

H8erade meowed

I'm no fashionista but I don't think I'd try to dress up this shirt. It has heathered grey sleeves for crying out loud. This is in the same vein of thinking cork sandals are dress up material just because they are shiny metallic. 

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How many phone cases does this hooch need?

Not only is heather gray a color solidly in the casual category, but the raglan sleeves would also make it look casual. The combo of those two things with the lace makes me twitch. dead

April 12, 2016
7:57 pm
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precookedlentils
Feline Porklord
Meows: 1065
Snarking Since:
March 1, 2014

HoJu meowed

H8erade meowed

I'm no fashionista but I don't think I'd try to dress up this shirt. It has heathered grey sleeves for crying out loud. This is in the same vein of thinking cork sandals are dress up material just because they are shiny metallic. 

Foodblog (2 of 8)

How many phone cases does this hooch need?

According to everything she has been posting, she switched over to Apple after going on and on about all those Android phones she got for free.  Just another example of how she doesn't actually care about the products she shills.

April 12, 2016
9:24 pm
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ohsohlb
Count de Meowmy
Meows: 866
Snarking Since:
January 15, 2013

ya'll, these bloggers aren't going to quit getting the boxes BECAUSE THEY GET THEM ALL FOR FREE! so you guys can quit complaining about how you can go to loft or BR and get the same thing (or nicer, lets be real) for half the price.  i thought about trying stitchfix but my SIL told me the quality of the clothes was crap and then my other friend raved about the box but she wears crap quality clothing sooo its just not for me but if i was getting these monthly deliveries for free, i wouldn't turn it down.





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