Cost: $20 styling fee that goes toward the cost of the items you purchase. If you buy everything in your box, you receive a 25 percent discount.
What you get: Five items
Why we love it: This one’s for the person who’s tired of scrolling through pages and pages of online stores looking for the perfect items (so... everyone). Stitch Fix acts as an on-demand personal shopper, selecting a mix of clothing and accessories based on an 80-plus question style quiz you take at sign up. The thorough survey helps your stylist nail your taste, price point for different items and notes if you need anything specific, ensuring you’ll love at least one item in your box. The best part though? The size-specific subscriptions they offer. Options include women’s petite, plus and maternity, and men’s big, short and tall, as well as a kid’s subscription for sizes 2T to 14. A membership isn’t required, so you can sign up on a monthly, seasonally or as-needed basis.
Adrian: As a independent voter, here is how I read both Obama and Pelosi advice to the Democrat Contenders .............. "Don't tell anyone the truth, else most people will not vote for you." ... Barack Obama has cautioned Democrats against veering too far left ahead of the 2020 election, claiming that the 'average American' voter will likely be turned off by radical policy proposals. The former President made the remarks to a room of wealthy donors at a Democracy Alliance meeting on Thursday night, with many interpreting his comments as a rebuke of the bold measures being championed by 2020 hopefuls Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. 'Even as we push the envelope and we are bold in our vision we also have to be rooted in reality.,' Obama told the audience at the event, according to The New York Times. He added: 'The average American doesn't think we have to completely tear down the system and remake it'................