Stitch Fix is now offering their clothing subscription services to men!
This is a game changer for us because Tom HATES shopping for himself. Like, loathes it. This results in him wearing ratty old college t-shirts every single date night, which then results in eye rolls and reconnaissance missions by me to the laundry room to hide them.
I’m totally serious. Stitch Fix men has the power to update Tom’s wardrobe from early 2000s to current, super-hot baby daddy status, and I’m stoked! All Stitch Fix links are affiliate.
You can see us open our box in this video:
If you know Tom, you know that I had some serious wheedling to do to get him on camera, but he did make his video debut and overall he loved his first Fix.
Tom asked his stylist for some new fall pieces that were conservative and stylish, but not trendy. He likes neutral colors like navy, gray, black, and brown especially. Tom was very specific (Hi, I’m a Stitch Fix pro, here to help) by asking for pieces to update his “youthful” college look and work for date night.
It’s impossible to get Tom to stand still for even family pictures, so modeling these was not happening (I tried!). Here are the pieces from the Stitch Fix app:
Flag & Anthem Bedford Indigo Dye Colorblock Tee:
Loved it. Total weekend t-shirt, casual while also being a big step up from the usual college tees.
Hawker Rye Essential Wash Long Sleeved Shirt:
Great shirt for work or for a night out. The material is beautiful quality – so soft!
WESC Olaf Two Pocket Shirt:
I love this shirt on Tom. He looks so “hamsome” as James would say in the black with the chinos below. The material was a heavy canvas-like material, too. Tom liked that because he feels he could do manly things like yard work and home repairs in it.
7 Diamonds Journey Straight Fit Chino:
Great fit. We loved the color and no weird pleats, Tom said.
Alternative Apparel Champ Fleece Sweatshirt:
This was the only piece that we didn’t love. It actually looked great on Tom, but neither of us were big fans of the sweatshirt look.
We’re fans! Tom was sold already on never having to set foot in a store, and when his box came, he loved all the pieces as if he chose them himself. You can see that his stylist paid attention to Tom’s requests. All of the clothing were pieces that Tom would actually wear and fit the requirements that he asked for i.e. pretty plain, solid colors, conservative pieces that can be worn on weekends and some at work.
We need to checkout today, and we can’t decide what to keep! What do you think? Do you have a favorite piece, or can you picture one of them on the man in your life?
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