Meet Stylists Angela, Nicole and Julia!
HOW YOUR STYLISTS USE FEEDBACK
When you schedule a Fix, your Stylist carefully reads through your Profile Notes, your latest Fix notes, comments from previous shipments & checks out your Pinterest board to style you. But what happens after you get your Fix to make your next one even better? Your feedback of course!
Really, take it from our Stylists:
“I read every piece of feedback my clients leave,” says Angela. “Your feedback, whether it’s when you check out or in your Fix Note is really helpful information for your Stylist to get it right next time,” assures Julia.
So next time you’re checking out your Fix (after you’ve decided what to keep), here’s what to do.
How to Leave Fix Feedback
There are three distinct places for you to leave feedback and notes for your Stylist. Here are tips & tricks for each style of feedback, what the feedback looks like & how often you should update your information.
1. Leave A Note in Your Style Profile
When you first sign up as a Stitch Fix client, we leave a little room at the end of your Style Profile to tell us a little more about yourself. The Style Profile note looks like this and is on the last page of your profile:
What to Include in your Style Profile Notes
- Your daily routine
- Your go-to outfit
- How you’re hoping to mix up your closet at the moment
- Your most-frequented stores
- Anything else you want your Stylist to know!
When to Update your Style Profile Notes
Be sure to update your Style Profile frequently to keep your Stylist up-to-date & in-the-know. The best time to do this is right after your Fix, when your style notes are fresh in your mind.
2. Leave Feedback in Your Fix Note
In addition to your Style Profile, you can share notes for each individual Fix. Once you’ve scheduled a Fix, simply return to your Stitch Fix account and fill out this note to your Stylist:
What to Include in your Fix Note
Fix Notes are the best place to include trends you’d like to try, pieces your wardrobe is missing or outfit needs for special events. Here are some examples:
- Upcoming vacations and new items you need for your trip
- New trends that you’d like to try
- What your closet (or you) is craving at the moment
- What worked (and didn’t) in your last Fix
- Anything else you think your Stylist should know!
When to Update your Fix Note
You should update your Fix Notes every time you schedule a Fix!
3. Leave Feedback When You Check Out Your Fix
When you checkout, this is the most important time to tell us what you did and didn’t love about your Fix. “If we could have one superpower, it would be mind reading!” says Nicole. “But until then, be specific about why you didn’t love the pieces in your Fix. Tell us if it’s the color, style or fabric they didn’t like,” says Angela. When leaving feedback, “tell us what you didn’t love it and try to be as constructive as possible. Give us as many details as possible so we know what to look for next time,” adds Julia.
Item Level Feedback Goes Here:
Overall Feedback Goes Here:
What to Include in your Fix Feedback
- Fill out all of the selections for each item you receive! Those jeans too pricey? Let us know! The more we know about your preferences, the better we get to know you!
- Comment on color! If you’re just not a fan of the color or print of a certain item, tell us in the comments.
- In your overall Fix feedback, tell us how you liked this Fix. Did you feel like it just wasn’t you? Get specific and tell us how—was it the colors that were included or was the fit not the greatest. Give us the scoop!
When to Update your Fix Feedback
You should leave comments after every Fix. Your Stylist will read through your shipment history to get a better idea of what you need in terms of fit, style & budget.
Ready to flex your feedback muscles?