About a month ago I signed up for Stitch Fix. I had seen several blogs about it, and I thought it would be really fun to try it out. Heres how it works:
“Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. You tell us your style, size, and budget preferences, and we send you a package of stylish goodies to try on at home. Each Fix™ is unique and hand-picked just for you.” – from the FAQ page on the Stitch Fix website
There is a $20 styling fee for each fix, and it goes towards the purchase of one of the items in the box. Once you sign up you have to fill out a short style survey. Basically telling them your sizes, preferences, and budget. I chose the cheapest option, cause I don’t have a lot in my clothing budget right now. I was pretty impressed with the prices of the items they sent me. I had heard that everything was really pricey, but this was all in my normal price range.
Now! For the fun part! The clothes!!! Everything was packaged so nicely. The best part to me is the Styling cards. Each one tells you How to wear that particular piece with items already in your closet. I am so bad at putting outfits together. Like, text my best friend a billion diff choices, bad. 🙂
The first top I tried on was the Luci Airy Knit Scoop Neck Sweater by Mak
I LOVED THIS SWEATER!!!! It just gets too hot here in the south for me to wear it in the Spring. It was already 80* here today. The arms were a little snug in the underarm area as well. This would have been great for early fall. It’s a little too sheer for my taste, and SUPER delicate. Charlie would tear this up in a second.
Status: Sent back
I’m also wearing the Lydia Faceted Stones Long Necklace by Pomelo
I liked the look of this in the box, but once I got it out and started looking at it, it just looked cheap. the jewels look plastic and cloudy and glue was showing. I wasn’t impressed.
Status: Sent back
Next up was the Jaclynn 3/4Sleeve Button-Up Cardigan by Mak
I wasn’t really excited about this one when I saw it. It looked TINY and I already have a sweater almost identical to it. Then I put it on. It was marked a size L, but fit like an XS. The buttons all gaped open and it was way to short. I hate even posting a picture.
Status: Sent back (with enthusiasm)
The next top was the Colleen Geo Print Tie-Neck Blouse by Sweet Rain
Y’all, I loved this fabric. I tried to love the shirt, but it was a little snug in the bust, and just not flattering. The ruffles on the sleeves were my least favorite part. The fabric was beautiful. I was really sad that this one didn’t work.
Status: Sent back
Now for the last item! This one was my absolute fave!
The Gabe Striped Maxi Skirt by Renee C
The note from my Stylist said I could also wear this skirt as a dress with a belt. I thought it was super cute that way as well!
I LOVE this skirt! Super comfy and very cute! I loved the tip about pulling it up and belting it to make a cute dress. I put a jean jacket over it and it was adorable! This skirt was perfect and exactly what I wanted! I usually don’t wear stripes, but these looked good!
Price: $48.00 but with my styling fee applied it is only $28.00!
Leave me a comment and let me know what you think!
Overall, I liked my experience. I will definitely do it again next month. I adjusted a few things on my style profile, so we’ll see how my next box goes! If you are interested in signing up use this link and I will get a credit towards my next box!
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This is not a sponsored post. I purchased Stitch Fix on my own. This post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit towards my next box. All opinions are my own.
Thanks for reading!!