Why Did These $68 Shorts From Stitch Fix Show Up With a $24.97 Price Tag From Nordstrom Rack?

Popular service says blogger's delivery was a fluke

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Blogger Kat Bouska usually loves being surprised by what's inside her monthly Stitch Fix fashion box deliveries, but the most recent one included something she truly didn't expect: an original price tag that showed just how much she was being overcharged.

The popular subscription company charges Kat (and many others) $20 for its personal shopping service, then sends her a box with five pieces of clothing and accessories. The charm is that she can try it all on in the comfort of her own home, and send back what she doesn't like.

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