Overall Reviews at Stitch Fix
The work environment is very friendly with very knowledgable people around you. I liked the company throughout my work period over there. If given a chance I would like extend my contract with them.
Productive and fun environment with free snacks
Stitch Fix is a great company to work for. They provide free snacks and drinks for employees. The work environment is encouraging and energized. You are allowed to listen to music while you work.
ConsNot many advancement opportunities
management was not good
Management wasn't good. They gave out rules but didn't listen to them. Favoritism was very big and very unfair. The more work you put it, they didn't care to a person who didn't do their job very badly and just stood around chatting.
It was great to work there. The staff was amazing and so was the employees. Very friendly environment and I will definitely miss this place. The growth and development skills I will take with me in the future! Thanks.
Customer Specialist | Remote
| Mar 31, 2020
Good remote job but not much upward mobility
Setting your own daily/weekly schedule and it being a remote position are the best parts of the job. You'll spend all of the hours in your workday styling and checking the occasional email. The company has good communication all the way around. Very focused on your metrics and client feedback.
Quality Control Supervisor | Dallas, TX
| Jul 3, 2019
good working environment,
I enjoyed working there and met some good people while I worked there. In receiving where I worked at there was a set goal to but not to hard to achieve.
Nice people and good pay.
I liked working here overall but productivity numbers are too high for the time you are expected to complete 130 fixes. Breaks were short 10 minutes lunch only 30 minutes half of your time is wasted walking to far away break rooms. If you can find better do better.
ProsFree snacks, pay rate.
ConsShort breaks, high fix numbers.
Stylist | Remote
| Dec 2, 2020
Great job but overworked
I really enjoyed my role as a stylist at Stitch Fix. Working from home is a huge benefit, especially as a student. It is unfortunate that they chose profit over the livelihoods of their employees in their recent California mass lay-off. Having a flexible schedule was great, however, stylists were extremely overworked to meet quotas and not quality. The styling interface was also constantly changing and we had to adapt to them very quickly or else we would fall behind in our fixes per hour rate. They began to automate almost everything with computer algorithms so there was less and less human styling input which is contrary to their marketing ads. My supervising lead and co-stylists were very lovely to work with and I truly enjoyed most parts of the work.
ProsFlexible schedule, remote, great people, easy communication
ConsOverworked, impossible metrics, hard to get promoted, no pay raise
Stitch fix is a fake dream
If a manager at stitch fix doesn’t like you they will eventually find a way to get you fired. I was fired for no reason and was under high amounts of stress and pregnant. I was a hard worker and did my job better than anyone else and was set up to be fired.
Good lower management teams (specialist)
No room for advancement, Mangers play entirely to much with the employees and then wanna come and snap on the same employees for not hitting their numbers they claim to not only care about the metrics but its all that's ever brought up they say voice your opinion but when you do your most likely to be walked out
ConsTo much favoritism