16 Stitch Fix Alternatives for Women, Men, Plus, and Maternity

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If you love the idea of Stitch Fix but want to know what the Stitch Fix Alternatives look like, and who the Stitch Fix competitors are, you’re in luck. Read on.

Maybe it’s how much it costs. Maybe it’s the type of clothes they carry. Maybe it’s just because you’d like to know what else is out there. I don’t know. And I don’t judge you for your reasons for looking into alternatives to Stitch Fix– the popular online personal styling service that sends clothes to your door without you having to leave home and try on 10,000 pairs of pants in the pursuit of the one pair that will fit you and your style perfectly.

I’ve tried out Stitch Fix three times now. In my first honest review of Stitch fix, I put into question the Stitch Fix cost if you are a frugal person, like me. I weighed the pros and cons of Stitch Fix in my last review. The prices of Stitch Fix clothes is very prohibitive to me and my budget, but I kinda love the idea still of a personal stylist picking out new clothes me and dressing me better than I ever dress myself, as I am totally NOT into fashion or shopping generally. It’s a great way to build up a closet of clothes actually worth hanging up.

But, I just cannot afford to buy a full box. Like ever.

But maybe you can. And that’s okay too! Maybe you’re really into fashion and clothes and are willing to invest in clothes for yourself. Wherever you fall on the affordability issue in regard to Stitch Fix, maybe you just want to know if there is a better service out there that does what Stitch Fix does, but offer a better perk or incentive that you’d love to see them have.

This list is for you too.

Cheap Stitch Fix Alternatives

I’m starting with cheap Stitch Fix Alternatives because it is my biggest pain point with their service, and will move forward from here.

1.) ThredUp

This is my favorite place to buy new clothes for myself (and my children – but sorry, no men’s clothes!). ThredUp sells name brand clothing, but it’s secondhand, used clothes, which means cheaper than retail! Sometimes, much cheaper, but the clothes meet certain quality guidelines so you won’t be buying threadbare, damaged, or stained items. The quality on everything I’ve received has been good to excellent.

ThredUp also offers a longer return window than Stitch Fix with 14 days to make up your mind. If you want to return an item, you choose to either use their free shipping label and receive store credit back, or pay $8.99 for a shipping label and receive your refund in the original form of payment. I love this because if I decide I don’t like something, for any reason, I have plenty of time to get the return to the UPS drop box, and there is no loss for trying out new styles, colors, patterns, or name brands, as I don’t pay for return shipping.

They don’t offer free shipping until an order is $79 or more, but if you spend $150+ in any calendar month, you get unlimited free standard shipping through the end of the following calendar month. Occasionally they also offer returning visitors 10% off their next order too.

The downside to ThredUp is that it does not offer personal styling services. You still have to shop for yourself. But, they have a pretty good filtering system to make it easy to see what they have in your size, color, pattern, cut, etc available. Plus, they post new items all the time.

If you’re new to ThredUp you can use my referral code and receive $10 off your first ThredUp order with no minimum purchase requirement. Just be sure to use my link!I didn't know about these three online consignment shops that sell thrift store used clothing and toys for women and kids! This is such a great money saving tip!! I know where I'm shopping for clothes from now on.

**Other online secondhand clothing stores include Schoola and Swap.com.**

2.) Thrift Fix

This is by far the most affordable alternative to Stitch Fix that I’ve found that offers personalized styling services with clothing mailed to your door. Thrift Fix offers personal styling services with thrift (secondhand) pieces!  You can look great, save time shopping, and feel wonderful buying used clothes instead of new.

You fill out a questionnaire (which is not as comprehensive as the Stitch Fix Style Quiz) and pick how many pieces you want. Starting at just $35/box you can get a box of 2-3 used clothing items, or spend $55 for 4-5 items, or spend $75 for 2-3 vintage pieces!

I tried them out myself and received three different pieces, seen below:Thrift Fix - Stitch Fix Alternative

I love the black rose detail skirt. It’s high-waisted, great quality, and hits me just right. I have worn it multiple times and feel great in it. The other two items, unfortunately, did not fit well, or I didn’t like (the maxi skirt is both). The top was too short and too tight, with buttons popping on the chest, which was a bummer because I find the pattern lovely and something I’d love to make work, but it didn’t.

All items you receive from Thrift Fix are in like-new condition and are cleaned and washed before shipping. You do pay shipping charges on top of the cost of the box, starting at $7 for the smallest box. And this is important: they do not accept returns. 

However, you can use my special discount code and Get 10% off Your First Thrift Fix with Code WUF217

Stitch Fix Alternatives for Women

Most Stitch Fix customers are women, so here is a nice long list of Stitch Fix alternatives for women looking for a monthly clothing style service.

1.) Urbane Box

UrbaneBox is an online styling service for men and women which offer two different service options.

After filling out a style quiz, you select either their regular membership or their $60/month subscription.

The regular membership allows you to return or exchange all of the items, with free shipping both ways, and gives you 10 days to try on the clothes you receive, only paying for the clothes you keep. There’s no obligations and no fees. The cost of a regular box can range from $90-$400 depending on quality preference in brands and how many items you request.

The $60/month subscription charges you before you receive the clothes on the same day of each month. Each month varies on what you receive, but the retail value is $120 or more, and you can only do exchanges for sizes – there are no returns.

First-time members joining their regular membership are charged a one-time deposit on their first box, between $25-$200 depending on the total retail value of the box, most often under $50. The deposit is deducted from the amount due if the clothes are kept, or refunded if returned. There are no deposits for the $60 monthly membership.

UrbaneBox members can skip any month or cancel their memberships at any time and they provide free shipping both ways. A stylist customizes each package for you based on your answers.

Give UrbaneBox a try and Save $20 off your first month with coupon code SAVE20.

2.) Natalie Attired

Natalie Attired is very much like Stitch Fix. They send you five clothing or jewelry items in the mail, with no shipping or return fees and you have three days to try them on and return what you don’t’ want. There is a $20 styling fee which is applied to the items you keep If you buy all five items in your box, you get an additional 20% off your total purchase.

Schedule when you want or have them ship to you regularly. They even offer a referral program where you can earn a $25 credit for every friend who makes their first purchase.

Talk about a Stitch Fix competitor! It’s almost the exact same model! The price point of their clothing items also seems to fall in the $35-150+ range. Learn more and order a box here.

3.) Trunk Club

Trunk Club, run through Nordstrom, offers their personal styling services to both men and women.

They take the styling up a notch with a real, live phone or messenger conversation with your stylist before your order ships and allow you 48 hours to approve or amend items on your trunk preview, which improves the likelihood that you’ll love the items you receive from the very first box! A few days later you’ll receive 6-10 items and have 5 days to try it on and decide what to keep or not.

A $25 styling fee is credited toward your purchase (and completely waived if you are a Nordstrom cardholder). Returns are free with included shipping label. The costs of items are spendier and you can expect to pay $30-$1000+ depending on what items you are requesting (handbags are more expensive, for example).

I love Nordstrom clothing so I’d love to try them out! They have a lot of great things about their service that makes them stand out from Stitch Fix. Learn more about Trunk Club here.

4.) Wantable 

Wantable offers “Edits” just for women in a few different categories: Style and Fitness. They also have an Intimates collection (which is run slightly different).

There is a $20 non-refundable styling fee, which can be applied to your final purchase, 5 days to return what you don’t want.

Women’s style items range from $50-100 each and women’s fitness items are typically $30-$70 each.

This is a monthly subscription, though you can skip a month, or cancel anytime. Try them out HERE.

5.) Tog + Porter

Tog and Porter matches you up one-to-one with a personal stylist so you can connect. With the consultation, you’ll go over everything you already own in your closet. Once you receive your box you’ll have a 1-on-1 virtual styling session and you only have to keep what you love.

If you keep $250 or more (worth of merchandise) from either of your first two TogBoxes, they waive the $50 fee for that box. Traditional personal stylists typically charge anywhere from $150 – $350 an hour, so they think their service is still a steal!

You can set your clothing budget anywhere from $250 to $3,000, but they suggest setting your first order at $550.  Shirts and sweaters start at $55, pants and skirts at $79, and accessories and shoes at $39. They charge you up front for the items they send to you, but you can return anything you don’t love with a pre-paid return envelope. Try them out here.

6.) Bungalow Clothing Dressing Rooms

Bungalow Clothing boasts themselves as “a style concierge for the fashion devotee that craves exceptional quality.” You should recognize that as a fancy way of saying expensive – items range from $50-$400+.

They give you five days to try on the 5-10 items they send you (called a Dressing Room) and decide what to keep. They offer free shipping both ways, including an option for someone to pick up your box from you!

And bonus: there is NO styling fee (though there may or may not charge an $8 Dressing Room fee) and no membership fees. They will also give you more days to try them on if you need them.

7.) Twirl Trunk

Twirl Trunk is a personal styling service which sends customers 5 Twirl Boutique (a shop in Cedar Falls, Iowa) clothing items directly to your door.

The big difference between Stitch Fix and Twirl Trunk is that you receive discounts the more items you keep! If you keep 3 of the 5 items, you save 10% of the total, 4 items, 15%, and all 5 items 20%. Stitch Fix only offers a discount if you buy EVERY item in the box, so this is a great alternative to Stitch Fix!

There is a $20 non-refundable style fee, but you do receive instructions on how to style the items with other pieces, like Stitch Fix does.

However, they only offer clothes in their trunks, no jewelry, shoes, or purses are available.

The prices in their shop run from about $20-$59 which is significantly less than the price points of many Stitch Fix clothes. Learn more and try out Twirl Trunk here.

8.) Daily Look Elite Box

Your Daily Look Elite box contains 7-11 exclusively hand-selected items that range from $75-350 per item and you only pay for what you keep. There is a $40 monthly styling fee which can go toward items you keep. You can skip a month at anytime.

They offer free shippping both ways, with a 5-day try-on window after you receive your box. They also offer a referral program, where you can earn $25 for every friend who signs up and gets an Elite Box. Find out more here.

9.) Le Tote

Le Tote is different from Stitch Fix in that it is a rental service.

You rent and wear all the latest fashion, without ever stepping foot inside a store. You simply wear, return, and repeat.

Their service starts at $39/month with no styling fees. No purchase is necessary though if you love something and want to keep it, you can buy for a low Le Tote member price.

The shipping is free both ways, so when you are ready to try a new piece of clothing, you can send your items back and try something new again in a few days. Learn more about Le Tote hereTake 75% off 1st Month at Le Tote! Ends 6/30 - Use Code '75TODAY' and Save!

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Stitch Fix Alternatives for Men’s Fashion

Stitch Fix Men is a great styling service for the fellas, but if they want a Stitch Fix alternative for men, below are some great options.

1.) Five Four Club

Five Four Club has you fill out a short style and sizing quiz before you sign up for their $60/month curated packages.

In each monthly package, you receive 2-3 items from their seasonal collection which are yours to keep, though they offer free size exchanges (and shipping). This Stitch Fix alternative for men is pretty different in that it’s a set (low) cost each month for up to three new casual wear pieces to add to your wardrobe that you can’t return.

Sixty dollars seems like a normal amount to budget for new clothes each month, so it’s not such a crazy, expensive idea.

They are offering a new member offer where you can get 50% off your first month with code TB50OFF. If you gift a membership to someone for 3 or more months, you also receive a savings discount. Plus, as a member, you also receive up to 50% off items in their online shop and other exclusive members-only items.
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2.) Urbane Box

UrbaneBox is an online styling service for men and women which offer two different service options.

After filling out a style quiz, you select either their regular membership or their $60/month subscription.

The regular membership allows you to return or exchange all of the items, with free shipping both ways, and gives you 10 days to try on the clothes you receive, only paying for the clothes you keep. There’s no obligations and no fees. The cost of a regular box can range from $90-$400 depending on quality preference in brands and how many items you request.

The $60/month subscription charges you before you receive the clothes on the same day of each month. Each month varies on what you receive, but the retail value is $120 or more, and you can only do exchanges for sizes – there are no returns.

First-time members joining their regular membership are charged a one-time deposit on their first box, between $25-$200 depending on the total retail value of the box, most often under $50. The deposit is deducted from the amount due if the clothes are kept, or refunded if returned. There are no deposits for the $60 monthly membership.

UrbaneBox members can skip any month or cancel their memberships at any time and they provide free shipping both ways. A stylist customizes each package for you based on your answers.

Give UrbaneBox a try and Save $20 off your first month with coupon code SAVE20.

3.) Trunk Club

Trunk Club, run through Nordstrom, offers their personal styling services to both men and women.

They take the styling up a notch with a real, live phone or messenger conversation with your stylist before your order ships and allow you 48 hours to approve or amend items on your trunk preview, which improves the likelihood that you’ll love the items you receive from the very first box!

A few days later you’ll receive 6-10 items and have 5 days to try it on and decide what to keep or not. A $25 styling fee is credited toward your purchase (and completely waived if you are a Nordstrom cardholder).

Returns are free with included shipping label. The costs of items are spendier and you can expect to pay $30-$1000+ depending on what items you are requesting (handbags are more expensive, for example).

Learn more about Trunk Club here.

4.) Wantable

If your guy (or yourself if you are a guy) loves fitness appareal and clothes, Wantable offers “Edits” just for him!

There is a $20 non-refundable styling fee, which can be applied to your final purchase, 5 days to return any of the 5-7 items you don’t want. Men’s Fitness items are typically $40-$70 each. This is a monthly subscription, though you can skip a month, or cancel anytime. Learn more about Wantable here.

5.) Bombfell

Bombfell offers men’s casual wear – the clothing you wear to dinner, work, or on a date.

After you fill out your style quiz, size, preference, and budget, you will receive a style preview via email from your stylist and have 48 hours to cancel or change anything you don’t like.

The average price point is $89 per item, with a fair amount of variation. There is no styling fee and they offer free shipping and returns. You only pay for the clothes you keep and have 7 days to try them on.

They are a monthly subscription service, but you can pause, delay, or cancel as needed. Learn more and try out Bombfell here.

Stitch Fix Alternatives for Plus Size Women

Stitch Fix Plus is their newest offering, so if you want to test out a Stitch Fix alternative for plus size women, you may want to check out one of the ones below, as they’ve been dedicated to dressing plus-size women for a long time.

1.) Dia & Co

Exclusively in sizes 14 and up, Dia & Co offers hand-picked pieces delivered right to your door.

Each box contains five pieces and you only pay for what you love. Shipping and returns and exchanges are always free.

They charge you a $20 styling fee that can be applied as a credit toward your purchase and you save an additional 25% when you buy everything in your box. The average cost of each garment in the box is $55, but some items will be lower or higher.

Learn more about Dia&Co here.

2.) Gwynnie Bee

Designed for women who wear sizes 10-32, Gwynnie Bee is a rental monthly fashion subscription service.

You get to try on clothes from top brands, wear the latest trends, and experiment with new styles, as often as you’d like, as they offer free shipping and unlimited exchanges! You can wear and return or wear it and buy it (for less than retail).

You add the clothes you want to try, and they’ll send it to you, and you can have 1-3 garments out at a time, with monthly fees ranging from $49/month for 1 item out at a time up to $95/month for up to 3 items out at a time.

They offer a free 30-day trial though so you can try out their service for without committing!

3.) PLVSH 

Designed for women who wear sizes 14+, Plvsh Style is an online, high-quality personal styling service for plus-size women. Their stylists know how to dress plus-size women as they are plus size women.

To get started you’ll fill out the style profile and then you’ll be assigned a personal stylist who you can interact with as wanted. They charge a $25 styling fee which can be credited toward your purchase. You’ll be charged for all the 5 items in your box unless you decide not to keep something within the five days of receipt.

Shipping and returns are free. The prices of items are around $40-$150 or more per piece.

Learn more about Plvsh.

Stitch Fix Alternatives for Pregnant Women

Dressing the baby bump with Stitch Fix Maternity can be fun, but if you want to try out some stitch fix alternatives for pregnant women, the following are two great options!

1.) Le Tote

Le Tote is different from Stitch Fix in that it is a rental service, which seems to make perfect sense for something like pregnancy where you size is constantly changing and it’s a relatively very short period of your life (so why buy all those maternity clothes?)! They also offer nursing garments too.

With Le Tote, you rent and wear all the latest fashion, without ever stepping foot inside a store. You simply wear, return, and repeat. Their service starts at $39/month with no styling fees. No purchase is necessary, though if you love something and want to keep it, you can buy it for a low Le Tote member price of $38-100 range.

The shipping is free both ways, so when you are ready to try a new piece of clothing, you can send your items back and try something new again in a few days. They also offer gift cards.

Learn more about Le Tote Maternity Fashion rental here.

2.) BumpStyle Box

If you want maternity fashion delivered, you can try out a BUMPStyle Box.

They offer a maternity box, nursing box, basic box (think underwear), and a Starter Box with other great pregnancy supplies.

You’ll fill out a style survey and a personal stylist contacts you by email the same day or next business day.

Soon a delivery will come your way with hand-picked clothes, jewelry, and shoes. Boxes are available as either a one-time box or a recurring subscription box. The $30 styling fee is waived when you spend $150 or more. They also have a referral program, where if a friend signs up for their own box, you’ll receive a $30 BUMPstyle Box credit.

They offer a 5-day try-on period. Shipping is free both ways.

Learn more about BumpStyle Box here.

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