One Foolproof Way To Get Stitch Fix Credits!

January 23, 2016

One FoolProof Way to Get Stitch Fix Credits

One Foolproof Way to get Stitch Fix Referral Credits

Everyone wants to find that foolproof way to do something, right? This article will help you find that One Foolproof Way to get Stitch Fix Referral Credits! It’s mostly our budgets that get affected by SF credits! Think about it, it helps us save on $$$ when someone gets a box delivered – $25.00 dollars! I mean, who doesn’t like high quality clothes at a lower price?! Continue to read about my technique along with tips and tricks about getting the most out of your social media platforms!

If you don’t know what Stitch Fix is, or anything about referral links. Please visit my other post detailing everything about this, including a step by step guide on how to sign up!

So, how do I get referral credits? It’s pretty easy but it takes some guts if you are on the self conscious or shy side. I’m going to show you a way to get credits through Facebook!  Yes, Facebook! It’s my #1 source for referral links (along with Pinterest). Here’s what I do!

What I Do, Step by Step Guide – Facebook

I use my personal Facebook as an outlet to showcase my “fashion show”. This is where a person could get self conscious or shy if they aren’t happy with their looks or body. But… your family and friends are suppose to love you no matter what, right? If they don’t, unfriend them! 😛 I use the main FB post to get my Stitch Fix Referral Credits (pictures below).

12/15/2016: Old SF images, but it still conveys the same message! 🙂 New Facebook SF format below!

Click on your Stitch Fix dashboard. It should look something similar to this:


Click on Facebook “Share Referral Link”, and this will pop up.



Here is an example I did to help you get an idea of what it looks like!




I post pictures of my 5 Stitch Fix items that I received in the comments of the post. Most of my friends give me “likes” or write a comment on my items about what they like/dislike on me. This not only gives them a peek of what the service is about, but they are also more likely to sign up and get their own box. I think consistency is the key. Every time I get a box, I post pictures of myself and my items! I’m nowhere perfect – and remember your friends aren’t either! 😉

In addition to the fashion show and posting my referral link, I also tag my friends (as you can see above)! I tag about 20-40 people that I think would be interested in the service. When I do that, their friends see my post too! Win, win!

Here’s a tip, use the Facebook mobile app to upload pictures and tag. Tagging friends through mobile is so much easier than tagging on a laptop or desktop computer. It’s a tap of your finger versus a click of a mouse. Facebook mobile even gives you suggestions to start off with who to tag.

Since I have started doing this in Oct of 2015, I have received a lot of sign ups and boxes shipped! Every bit helps, right? Here is my current referral history as of 12/15/2016:


There are other ways besides Facebook to promote your referral link.

Social Media Platforms

It doesn’t hurt to take advantage of the other social networks like Twitter and Pinterest to post your referral link. For instance, I have all my social medias in the same name – Style With Tina. This way, I am easier to find across all media channels.

TwitterFacebook – Pinterest Instagram 

You can do the same thing, even if you don’t own a blog! Use your name or an alias. Sydney Bristow, anyone?

Here are the current platforms that Stitch Fix uses to promote your referral links. Below are images of what each Stitch Fix platforms message entails.



Facebook Messenger Stitch Fix Referral Message

I have actually never used this option before. Have you? What were some of the outcomes you received when you sent it?


Email Stitch Fix Referral Message

Have you used this option before? It looks like a great way to reach your friends and family.


Facebook Stitch Fix Referral Message

Here’s the revised Facebook Referral look & message from the above steps! Definitely feels more modern!


Pinterest Stitch Fix Referral Message

In addition to Faceboook, this is another way that I gain Stitch Fix referral credits. I use my blog images and put in my referral credit link into the website option on Pinterest.

Twitter Stitch Fix Referral Message

This is probably my 3rd best way to promote my referral link. It’s quick and too the point!



Of course you can tweak the messages to your own liking, but Stitch Fix does a good job at conveying quickly what needs to be said.

Well, there you have it! One Foolproof Way to Get Stitch Fix Referral Credits! Facebook is what I used the most to gain referral link exposure, in addition to using other social media platforms! Have questions, comments, or suggestions? Leave me a comment below! 🙂

What is your One Foolproof way to get Stitch Fix Referral Credits?! Is it similar to mine? Or completely different? Feel free to share your techniques in the comments, as well!

Like what you see? Please feel free to use my referral link so that I can create more content like this! It’s very much appreciated, thank you!


  • Reply MissJEJ February 12, 2016 at 8:35 am

    One vital question, is this available in Canada? 🙂

  • Reply true-blue Cebuano December 3, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    Wow! I didn’t know this thing exist.
    It makes a make over easier and as you mention it “cheaper.”
    I wish to have like this for men as well extend their operation in the Philippines, I know Filipino will love this especially the true-Blue Cebuanos living in Cebu.

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