Thursday, April 23, 2015

Stitch Fix Review #2

I confess.  I totally stalked the mailman waiting on my fix to get here this month.  I had the same stylist as last month, and she totally delivered.  Read on to check out what was in my box!

Some quick facts about Stitch Fix:

-The styling fee is $20 per fix.  The $20 is deducted from the price of any item(s) that you purchase in that fix.
-You can specify your price range for the items that you receive.  You can also specify how often you want to receive a fix.
-You will receive 5 items that are hand-picked for you by your stylist, using the style profile that you will fill out upon signing up.  You can decide to purchase them all, just a few items, or to send them all back if you don't want to keep any of them.
-You have 3 business days to choose what you want to keep and send back what you don't like.  They give you a prepaid shipping envelope that you can just pop in your mailbox (so easy!).
-If you choose to keep all 5 items, you get 25% off your entire order.

My fix:

Kut From The Kloth Troy Drape Vest

Oooooooh this vest.  I requested an army cargo vest, and this was different from what I had in mind, but it was honestly even better than what I was thinking.  The fabric is light enough that I can wear it layered over brightly colored shorts and a striped tee this summer, or paired with a sundress.  It will also be really easy to transition it to fall.  

Verdict: Kept. Duh.

41 Hawthorn McAdams Beaded Neckline Blouse

At first glance I did not think I would like this shirt.  I tend to wear more cool colors than warm colors.  After I tried it on, I knew immediately that I would have to keep it.  The bright red-orange is so summery and pretty.  It fits perfectly and I feel so comfortable in it.  I know I will wear this shirt a lot this summer.

Verdict: Kept.

Just Black Kristy Skinny Jean in Petite (Also worn in above photo)

If you know me, you know that I am truly vertically challenged.  These jeans were the PERFECT length for me.  I love my skinnies to be cropped right at the ankle.  Unfortunately, they never fit that way on me unless I get them hemmed.  The only problem with these jeans is that since they were petite, they fit a little tighter than my normal size.  I decided to keep these anyway since I am still losing baby weight and they will fit by summer. Note to anyone requesting petites- you may want to go up a size from what you regularly wear.

Verdict: Kept

41 Hawthorn Renesme Geo Print Faux Wrap Dress

In my last fix, I got a wrap dress that fit really nicely.  However, I wasn't a big fan of the pattern.  In my note to my stylist I requested the same dress in a different pattern.  This is what she sent and I loved it!  The hubs told me it was his favorite item, so of course....

Verdict: Kept

Fun2Fun Sheridan Striped V-Neck Tab Sleeve Blouse

This shirt was really cute, but it was way too big on me.  The armpits hung down and it just looked awkward.  Fortunately, I was able to sell it to someone who wanted it, and that meant that I got the 25% off discount for keeping all 5 items.  Whoop whoop!

Verdict: Kept, and Sold

When you keep all 5 items, Stitch Fix gives you 25% off of your entire purchase.  I kept all 5, and then sold the striped shirt, so I got a major discount on everything that I bought.  Of course, I passed the discount on to the friend who bought the striped shirt:)  It was a win-win!

Want to give it a try?  To get your fix, click here!

What did you think of my second fix?


  1. Everything looks great on you!! Your stylist hit if out of the park with this one!

    1. Thanks girl! I agree, she definitely listened to what I requested. She pretty much rocks:)