It's time I share what was the wonderful Stitch Fix Vacay I was apart of recently in San Francisco. If you have been a reader for awhile, it should come as no surprise to you that I am a huge Stitch Fix fan for what seems like eternity now. It was way back when I shared my first ever fix and have been hooked ever since. I love the convenience, personalization, and fun that comes in each and every box. My stylist always seems to pick out items that I love which is awesome for me, but not so awesome for my husband when he looks at my credit card bill. Tomato tomato you know? All of this to say I was so excited when I was invited out for a Stitch Fix Vacay to get a behind scenes look at how the company runs along with six other awesome bloggers [Still Being Molly, One Little Momma, Ma Nouvelle Mode, Jen Loves Kev, Baby Rabies, and Veronika's Blushing]. Place seven girls in one house together and it could be a recipe for disaster but we couldn't have got along better. After we all trickled in on Tuesday we woke up Wednesday ready to roll. First stop, Stitch Fix headquarters. Also known as the coolest work place ever. We are talking cereal bar in the office. And string cheese. And pretzels with hummus. And diet coke. And omg Andes mints. Basically put food in the office and I want to work there. I suppose the kick a people who work there didn't hurt either ;) Annnnyhow, here are some of the photos of their glorious workplace and company. It should be noted that I did not take any of these photos personally but rather they come from the incredible photographer who followed us around like we were a big deal [ha] and the master photographer Molly herself. Carry on now.
After the initial ooooh's and ahhhh's of the office tour we met with both some of Stitch Fix's buyers and stylists. It was so fun to see all of the fall trends that are coming and hear what the stylists look for when putting together your fixes [hint: your Pinterest board is so important].
I think my favorite part of their office were all of the places to work from. Couches, stand up counters, offices that were themed "glam", "romantic", "boho", etc. It was all so chill and definitely something I could get used to being apart of.
It didn't hurt that there were amazing clothes and jewelry everywhere you looked either.
After getting our fix of all things Stitch they whisked us off to a picnic in the park complete with tissue paper flowers, cute paper plates, and a few bottles of Riesling. I know, I can't believe I didn't put it on Instagram either.
The remainder of the day was spent sight seeing and inhaling Mexican food which, have no fear--those pictures are coming soon to a blog near you.
Thank you Stitch Fix for an unforgettable first day of our vacay. Now seriously, hire me. I like string cheese. A lot.