By  on December 10, 2018

Stitch Fix’s meteoric rise is apparently still on an upward trajectory: According to its fiscal first-quarter report, the company broke analysts’ expectations, proving yet again that female-led fashion operations can be big business.

During the quarter, sales for the San Francisco-based personalized styling service jumped 24 percent to $366 million, beating expectations of $358 million, and earnings clocked in at 10 cents a share adjusted instead of the 3 cents expected. 

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