It’s that time again for another Stitch Fix Review! My latest box came with something new – shoes!
What the heck is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is an online personal clothing shopping service for women. It works like this:
- Fill out a Style Profile
- Schedule your first “Fix” and pay a $20 styling fee
- Five clothing items (or shoes, bags, accessories!) are shipped to you to try on at home
- Send back what you don’t keep in a prepaid envelope ( no obligation to keep anything)
It is such a great service because you get to try things on in the comfort of your own home, not those horribly lighted dressing rooms. It’s easy and fun and there is no commitment, you can try it once or do it every month – totally up to you. They also carry maternity clothes and are now offering shoes!
Have you been thinking about trying Stitch Fix but haven’t taken the plunge yet? DO IT. Seriously. It is such a fun way to shop and I am always surprised at what I end up keeping, it pushes me outside of my comfort zone – in a good way! Start by filling out your style profile and then schedule your first Stitch Fix!
It’s almost Spring and I’m getting deep into some spring cleaning and organizing. I saw this brilliant idea on how to reuse these adorable Stitch Fix boxes and had to share. If you’ve received a Stitch Fix before, you might recall that the inside of the boxes are printed in their adorable signature pattern. I took the boxes apart and put them back together inside out to make some pretty storage boxes for my closet. I’m keeping scarves in one, extra purses in another, etc. Aren’t they so cute?
March 2016 Stitch Fix Review
Ok, let’s get into this month’s Stitch Fix Review. For this month, I requested a tote bag, some layering shirts and some warm weather clothes for an upcoming vacation. I specifically requested something in buffalo check too. Here’s an idea of what I was looking for:
While didn’t receive the tote bag I was hoping for, I was once again happy with the items my stylist Lucy selected for me. It has been raining and gloomy and gross for approximately 48 days here in Washington so I had the worst lighting for these photos. You’ve been warned. First up are these booties:
Diba Mya Suede Fringe Boot in Grey ($100)
(Similar to this higher end version by Sam Edelman)
These were super comfy and cute, but I wasn’t down with the fringe. I little too yeehaw for my style. I want to be a cowgirl but the truth is, I’m not. Horses scare me. My stylist, Lucy, mentioned that they would be great for skirts and other spring styles, but I just didn’t see myself wearing them. I could see these working for a lot of other people though!
Pixley Lagio Mixed Material Top ($58)
I paired this shirt with my beloved Kut From The Kloth Parcey Polka Dot Skinny Jeans. Isn’t this a fun top? The mixture of lace and the bright floral print were so fun and cheery. It was really loose and comfy and I liked how the back was longer.
In the end I ended up returning it because I just didn’t love it on me. But I would see this being a great shirt for the office or a night out.
THML Christy Embroidered Top ($54)
I liked this top out of the box but wasn’t happy with how it looked on me. It was just ok. I did like the detail on the side under the sleeves and the fabric was light and breathable, but it just wasn’t love.
Papermoon Waters Printed Maxi Dress ($68)
Shown with the Natural Stone Y Chain Tassel Necklace from SparkleStack.
This was a lovely dress, very comfy and I liked the colors. I didn’t love the fit on me though because I don’t have a very pronounced waistline, and the drawstring waist didn’t do anything for my figure.
Skies are Blue Balia Shearling Cardigan ($88)
This was my keeper! I paired this ultra soft and warm cardigan with my Liverpool Anita Skinny Pant and my favorite black v-neck from Target. I ended up wearing this the rest of the day because I didn’t want to take it off.
Have you seen my other Stitch Fix Reviews?
July 2015 – Cynthia
Stitch Fix Fails #1
Stitch Fix Fails #2
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This month I’m so excited to do a jewelry giveaway with SparkleStack! I’ve featured some of the lovely pieces in my review above.
Enter here for a chance to win $100 to use at SparkleStack.com! A winner will be announced in one week.