I’m really excited to share what came in my May Stitch Fix box because this month I left a note for my stylist, Erika about two items that I had gotten in previous fixes and was regretting having sent them back. Erika was able to find these items for me again and send them to me (again!)
I’m also excited because I’m offering up another $20 Stitch Fix gift card this month because it is my 1 year blogiversary! Be sure to enter the giveaway at the end of this post!
The first things I took out of my fix were these Miz Mooz Serafina Slip-On Sneakers in green.
These shoes run small and even though I tried half a size bigger than my usual size, they still didn’t fit me. So, I had to send them back, but I did love that they have memory foam insoles! They seem like they’d be super comfy if they fit right.
Next we have these Kut From The Kloth Iriss Twill Shorts in brown.
Personally, I thought that these would be great neutral shorts for summer but when I tried them on, I didn’t love them as much as I’d hoped.
Plus, both my husband and my mom told me that they didn’t think they did much for me. So, they went back.
The Skies Are Blue Banbury Embroidery Detail Knit Top in off-white looked super cute when I took it out of the box. I loved the pattern and the details at the neckline.
I also thought it looked great paired with the brown shorts. But I felt like the embroidery itself would’ve been more flattering on me if the neckline was cut a bit lower. I’m not sure, hopefully I won’t regret not keeping this too!
The Mavi Angie Skinny Jean is one of the items that I received back in January and regretted not keeping. You can see my previous post with these jeans here.
The wash on these is a little lighter than the pair I had received before and they’re also more distressed but I think that’s perfect for spring and summer.
I really like the length of these jeans when they’re rolled up like this (and I think this is how they’re made to be worn since they came pre-cuffed this way)
Then we have this Pixley Triste Swing Skirt in black (and white stripes) This was the other item that Erika sent me and I was regretting having sent it back. You can see my previous fix with this skirt here.
I paired it here with a top from NY&CO and the red Kensie blazer that I received in a previous fix.
Haven’t heard of Stitch Fix? If you love getting new clothes but have no time to shop, or just love the idea of getting personal-stylist-selected clothes and accessories sent right to your door; you need to sign up! All you have to do is answer a few questions about your sizing and style preferences to create your own style profile. Then you arrange for your fixes to be delivered whenever and however often you’d like. For a $20 styling fee, you will be matched with a personal stylist who will review your fashion preferences and hand-select 5 items just for you. The clothes are shipped direct to your door for free so you can try them on in your own home, at your own convenience. Then you simply keep the items you love, check out online, and return the items you don’t love in the pre-paid shipping envelope that is included in your package.
The best part is that you automatically have a $20 credit (from your styling fee) when you decide to keep any of your pieces and if you choose to keep every item in your fix, you automatically save 25% on your entire purchase! I choose to get my fixes once a month but you can also receive one every 2-3 weeks, every other month or every 3 months. And you can change or reschedule at any time too.
If you’re not already a Stitch Fix customer, I would really appreciate it if you would consider signing up with my referral link because I receive a small credit towards my future fixes whenever someone chooses to sign up using my link.
I’m giving one lucky reader a $20 Stitch Fix gift card! Use the rafflecopter below to enter. The more items you complete, the more entries you’ll receive.