My 4th Stitch Fix package arrived earlier this week and I have to say, I loved every piece! This will be my first actual Stitch Fix review as I started receiving my fixes before I began this blog.
If you’re unfamiliar with this service, let me fill you in on a few more details. If you love 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 to create your online style profile. Then you can arrange for your first fix to be delivered whenever 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 will automatically save 25% on your entire purchase. You can also choose how often you would like to receive your fixes. I chose 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 customer, I would really appreciate it if you considered signing up for Stitch Fix with my referral link because I do receive a small percentage whenever someone chooses to sign up using my link.
A strange thing happened when I went outside to take photos of my pieces. It looks like I’m using a filter here, but I’m not. It suddenly became dark and dusky at 3 pm and this was the effect. And I actually think I kinda like it.
The first item is this Lex Textured Floral Knit Fit & Flare Dress from Brixon Ivy. I absolutely love the cut of this dress! And the material is really cool, almost like vintage upholstery or something, but super soft. Unfortunately, I’m a little larger on my top half and couldn’t quite get it zipped up all the way, so it had to go back.
Next, we have this Tammi Floral Dress by Pixley. Another I would’ve kept if only the arm holes weren’t too large which made them stick out in a strange way which you can’t really tell from the photo. Everything else about the dress was perfect though. Oh well.
The third item in my fix is the Bailee Cowl Neck Knit Poncho from Moon Collection. I have to admit, I had seen this on another blogger’s page and I wondered whether it would be something that I could pull off since I love the coral color. Well, not only is it ridiculously cozy, but I think it looks pretty cute on too. And it’ll be great to throw on over a tank top and shorts when it gets colder at night during the summer months. Yes, I kept it!
Item number four is the Danielle Long Knot Necklace from Bancroft. This was such a tough decision. I mean, it’s adorable, right? The only reason that I didn’t keep it is that it’s just a gold-toned metal and I thought that for the price, I could get something in a real metal or stone. I have a feeling I’m going to kinda regret that decision though.
This bag… Kaelyn Laser Cut Two-Tone Reversible Tote from Street Level. Isn’t it cute?? Well, the price on this bag is $68 and I JUST bought a tote bag at Target for $10. So, this one went back. It wasn’t an easy decision though!