Last month, John was mentioning to me that he was in pretty desperate need of some new shorts (this is true) and some new khaki work pants. Like I’ve mentioned in John’s previous Stitch Fix for men reviews (here and here), this type of service is perfect for a man like him… he doesn’t like shopping and he doesn’t have to leave the house. So, someone “shops” for him (his stylist), and he doesn’t have to leave the house since the fix is delivered to our doorstep. In any event, I requested another fix for him and since so many of you have loved his Stitch Fix reviews in the past, I thought this would be helpful to share his most recent one!
It works JUST like Stitch Fix for women!
So, want to see what John got and what he thought and what he kept? As usual, John’s comments crack me up… 🙂 🙂 Keep reading!
FROM JOHN: “Nothing too special about this shirt. If somebody gave it to me as a gift, I’d probably wear it and wouldn’t hate it, but I don’t like the fit enough to actually buy it.”
FROM JOHN: “I have plenty of polo shirts, so I probably shouldn’t be keeping this. But I really like the way it fits so I can’t turn it down. I like shirts that are tight in the arms like that and snug in the chest without looking skimpy. In fact, when I put it on, Molly said, “Ooo, I like the way it hugs your biceps.” They should just hire her to stand around in stores at the mall and say stuff like that to dudes when they try on shirts. Sales would be through the roof.”
FROM JOHN: “I liked these at first. Liked the color and the style. But they’re not very forgiving in the waist, and sometimes I like to eat doughnuts. And they’re a little tighter in the thighs than I’d prefer.”
FROM JOHN: “I like this shirt. I like the color. I like the fit. But I already have 147 shirts like this.”
FROM JOHN: “I was initially appalled by these pants when I put them on. Why are the legs so tight? What am I, a worship leader? They actually started to grow on me after a couple of minutes because the material is actually really comfortable. But they still have problems–they’re way too casual to wear at the office, but they’re also too tight to wear with cowboy boots. And what would be the point of having casual pants that you can’t wear with boots?”
In the end, he only kept the polo shirt (which didn’t solve his problem for needing shorts or khakis), but it was still a great experience and now to just keep searching!! Have the man in your life give Stitch Fix a try!
What do you think? What do you think John should have kept? Do his comments crack you up as much as they crack me up? Hahaha 🙂