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Stitch Fix: When Data Analytics Meet Fashion – BusinessNewsDaily Stitch Fix is a data-driven mail subscription service that combines e-commerce with the human touch of a personal stylist. / Credit: StitchFix.com When Katrina Lake applied to Harvard's MBA program, she wrote her application essay about an entrepreneurial aspiration she had: to create a business that applied data and recommendation algorithms to the retail shopping experience. During her second year of business school in late 2010, Lake began testing that idea by having friends fill out style-preference surveys and picking out clothes for them based on their answers. This one-person, low-budget operation would go on to become Stitch Fix, the mail subscription service that combines high-tech analytics and personal stylists to send women clothes they'll love. For all the complicated algorithms the company uses, the way Stitch Fix works is actually quite simple. Sample of Stitch Fix profile questions Credit: StitchFix.com [5 Business Ideas for Fashion Fanatics] And scale it, they did.

Bliss Salon and Boutique - Bliss On State Code Couture: From Metrics to Fashion with Stitch Fix — Librato Blog Stitch Fix is an online fashion retailer with a unique concept: rather than just click-and-buy, customers fill out an online style profile and receive a selection of items picked by a personal stylist. Behind the complex platform is a powerful IT infrastructure built by a dynamic group of PhD statisticians and engineers. We talked to Dave Copeland, Director of Engineering at Stitch Fix, to learn how he and his team keep the online platform healthy and seamlessly integrated with complex warehouse logistics. Tell us about your experience with monitoring Before Librato, we were using a hodgepodge of tools, which was by design difficult to manage. Why Librato? I first heard about Librato at a Heroku conference in San Francisco. How does Librato fit in with your infrastructure? Our entire engineering team of 20+ uses Librato, because having all alerts in one system ensures that alerts are routed to the right engineering teams, circumventing alert fatigue and waste of resources.

Putting Me Together: Building a Remixable Wardrobe, Part 1: Reimagining Clothes Thank you for all of the great responses you guys sent in for the Wardrobe Help Survey! After reading the survey responses it was evident that wider questions about wardrobes were begging to be addressed. I wanted to squish them all into a neatly packaged series, but it got overwhelming so I decided to scrap the Work Your Closet series idea and turn it into a regular part of this blog. That way, we can cover topics like closet organization, finding your style, shopping for your body type, etc. over the long haul. Today, I really want to start the posts on building a remixable wardrobe. Again, I'm not an expert. Intro What is "remixing"? When I first tried to participate in a 30-for-30 before I had this blog was when I realized I had created a closet full of one-hit wonders. 3 Things I Needed to Learn I was determined to figure it out, and after much closet analysis and studying people who did it well (aka stalking Kendi's blog like a creeper) I realized I needed to do a few things:

My Latest Stitch Fix Box Review | Espresso and Cream Right before we left for our trip to Italy, I received my latest box of Stitch Fix goodies. Perfect timing, right? I was even more excited about the fact that this was the best box I’ve received yet! I fell in love with three out of the five items that were sent my way, which I would consider a big win. Since the weather is starting to get cool around these parts, I was also excited that the items I was sent were geared toward the changing temperatures and seasons. When I first saw the black pants I was a little skeptical about them. As far as the tops go, I put a picture up on Instagram asking what you all thought about the three. And then there is the trench coat. Want to sign up for Stitch Fix? And in other fashion-related news, I’ve been easing myself into fall with some in-between pieces that are helping to make the transition a little less painful. Pictured above: 1. Madison Madison Mayberry

Guided Tour & How to Use | Joy of Clothes Welcome to Joy of Clothes. We have created a quick guided tour of our site to make it easier for you to find your way around and to discover our large array of content and tools. You can create a virtual model of yourself and try on clothes to create looks in Style Me. A quick view of the Joy of Clothes Style Quiz. Watch our short videos on how to use Model Me to create your virtual model. A quick view of the Joy of Clothes Personal Stylist and Style File which is freely available once you complete the style quiz.

October Stitch Fix Box *This is not a sponsored post! I pay for these clothes on my own. However, this post does provide referral links for new sign ups which gives me a little credit to go towards my next box. So, this month’s Stitch Fix box arrived while I was in Chicago! Here’s what I got: Item numero uno: Ivy Zig-Zag Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse. Item 2: Conrad Textured Fit & Flare 3/4 Sleeve Dress. I try all my clothes on before looking at the price tags, so falling in love with this and keeping it was a bit of a splurge for me. $98. Item 3: a coat!! But once I close it, that collar. Here’s my 4th piece. Last item I got: Sophia Skinny Jeans. But on the back of these, they say “you look pretty skinny”…..umm. Overall, I kept 2/5 which seems to be a theme for me. If you’d like to sign up for Stitch Fix styling service, check it out here. And if you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, check this first post I wrote here.

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