What I loved about the quiz is the fact that the questions were so lightweight and easy to answer. There were short descriptions to tell exactly what the small differences between each of the choices were, which made the process much less intimidating.
After the quiz was done and a Fitcode was presented (a 3 digit number), and “Denim Boutique” was also created based off of your Fitcode and size. Instead of fretting over the size of pants and trying to filter by size (which didn’t guarantee fit across brands), Fitcode did all the work to curate a closet of shoppable jeans that focused on the fit of the pants as they related to my body. Emphasizing on the fit instead of the size made the whole shopping experience a lot more pleasant, especially since I literally only had to decide on what pair of jeans I liked best based on the cut, wash, and style, without having to worry about the variation between sizing from brand to brand on top of it.
button down: H&M
jeans: 7 For All Mandkind (exact)
wedges: Clarks (old)
wood watch: c/o Jord (exact)
fortress ring: c/o Moorea Seal (exact)
Also, instead of shopping on the Fitcode Denim Boutique, you can also install an extension for your Chrome browser for Fitcode so that when you’re shopping for jeans on Nordstrom.com and the brand websites, your Fitcode overlays products on their sites which allows you to easily tell what jeans will fit. Such a good way to help filter out which brands/styles of jeans will fit without having to try a bunch of pairs in different sizes on first!
Disclaimer: These jeans were provided in exchange for an honest review of Fitcode. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own.