I tried StitchFix and ended up keeping one tank top because it seemed like a waste of money otherwise (sunk cost fallacy, though…), and after wearing it twice, the verdict is: not a huge fan. And the service StitchFix provides is probably just not for me; I suspect it’s better for people who don’t have a clear sense of their personal style or find shopping for clothes to be a terrible chore, which is just not the case here. Plus, I wasn’t willing to choose the higher cost options, because if I’m going to pay, say, over $50 for an item of clothing, I probably want it to be something I’ve found myself and really love, but it looks like the lower cost brands that the site deals with aren’t going to be any more unique/interesting/high quality than what could be found at H&M/Forever 21/etc.
No picture of that top, though.
Excited that I’ll be able to look like a business casual motherboard next time there’s sweater weather.
- Big Data, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Kenneth Cukier
- But What If We’re Wrong?, Chuck Klosterman
The BBC Talks of E.M. Forster, 1929-1960
Letters between Forster and Isherwood on Homosexuality and Literature
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