My friends raved about Stitch Fix for at least a year and a half. Every time they would talk about, my eyes would glaze over and I would disregard what they were saying. 2 months postpartum, I was in a serious mom rut and decided to take the plunge and go for it!
How Stitch Fix works is you fill out a style profile and make a Pinterest board with styles you like. A stylist then picks out 5 pieces of clothing you for based on your board and profile. It is $20 to try but if you purchase an item, the $20 gets applied to that purchase. Soooo….essentially it doesn’t cost anything to try! You also get 25% off for keeping all 5 items.
Here is what I got!
Corina Dolman Top– Loved this one! I was surprised at how soft the material was! I have a ton of grey in my wardrobe already but I love the style and fit!
Omar Crochet Bib Top– I LOVE the color on this one! It is a basic tank that has lace detail at the top. I think it is perfect for a date night!
Pixley Scarlet Lace Dress– I asked for a casual dress for our upcoming beach vacation. When I put it on, I wanted to love this dress so much more than I did. I love the color and lace detail but I felt like the fit was off and it didn’t do anything for me. Plus, it is impossible to breastfeed in and I have nowhere to wear it.
Verdict: Sent back
Skies are Blue Caine Open Cardigan- When I initially saw this one, I thought I would hate it. However, I ended up loving how soft and comfortable it is. I envision wearing it with jeans and boots in the early fall. It is so different and out of my comfort zone but I guess that is what Stitch Fix is all about!
Look by M Neva Colorblock Scarf– This scarf is super soft and I like the design. Still, it is not totally my style and I couldn’t justify keeping it for the price.
Verdict: Sent back
Overall, I had a blast with my first Stitch Fix box. I was like a kid at Christmas waiting for my box to arrive! I have already scheduled my next shipment!
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