TribLIVE’s Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. Whether it’s a preference for online browsing, time constraints or anticipating a package’s arrival, many people embrace a “personally curated,” often subscription-based shopping service. “It’s like getting a little present in the mail every month,” Linda Brasile says of her regular Stitch Fix deliveries. Customers submit preference profiles, let stylists choose their “fix” — five pieces of apparel, accessories or footwear — and pay a $20 styling fee per shipment. They can keep what they like, with the $20 fee credited toward a purchase, and return the rest at no cost, according to its website. Brasile and her sister, Barb Twaddle, both enjoy shopping. Each has tried a few of the numerous online subscription services, as have several family members. Brasile says she can choose the frequency of shipments. She likes the styling cards that suggest ways of wearing the items in each package. She gets a 25% discount if she elects to keep all five items in a shipment. “I like things I can dress up or down,” says Brasile, finance administrator at the Arnold Palme...