I’m going to keep my June Stitch Fix Review short and sweet because I realize that my last post was my May Stitch Fix Review and I don’t want to bore you guys too much. Things have been crazy around here as we’re going on four months without a kitchen now but it’s coming soon and it will be beautiful! We ordered the cabinets and are starting to get really excited about it, but more on that in another post. Onto my review!
The first thing I took out of my fix was this Octavia Sana Floral Print Infinity Scarf in off-white. It’s actually a really cute scarf and it’s a nice lightweight material which would be great for chillier summer days. The week I happened to get it, it was 95 degrees here though and I decided not to keep it.
Next we have these Liverpool Kaiden Cuffed Denim Short in coral and BRIXON IVY Fallon Mixed Print Sleeveless Blouse in coral (and blue). I have to admit that I liked this top better before I put it on. The colors were beautiful, but it just didn’t fit right across my chest. I think it may be a problem with this brand, because I’ve tried several BRIXON IVY dresses from Stitch Fix as well and they are always too small in the bust.
I also paired the Liverpool Kaiden Cuffed Denim Short with the next piece, which is the Market & Spruce Lawford Knit Top in off-white. The shorts were a definite keeper as they are super comfortable, I love the color and the fit is flattering. This top was almost perfect, though maybe actually a bit too large now that I’m looking at the picture. But I didn’t like the faux leather trim on the neckline at all.
The Skies Are Blue Mirabelle Mixed Material Dress in white was one of those pieces that seemed like it would be cute but there was just something not quite right about it. I like the idea of the mixed material and the pattern was fun, but the top seemed awkward on me.
So, in the end all I kept was the Liverpool Kaiden Cuffed Denim Shorts and I’m very happy with them. I’ve already worn them three times!
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 linking up with Maria at Crazy Together again this month, so check it out to see some other great fixes!