My Latest Stitch Fix

So, the first time I tried Stitch Fix, it wasn’t the greatest.  I did get a sweater that I liked (that has since disappeared – hmm), but other than that, the items either didn’t fit well or at all, or just weren’t to my liking.  This time, I took more time leaving some notes for the stylist and made sure to have a Pinterest board of clothes I liked to send them to.  I was SO pleased with the fix this time, that I decided to keep everything!

If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service tailored to your specific tastes in clothing.  You pay a $20 styling fee that goes toward the purchase of clothing if you decide to keep any of your items, and then they send you 5 items in the mail to “try”.  You have a week to decide if you want to keep them or send them back.  The returns are super easy, as they include an already-addressed envelope with return shipping included.

Included in your “fix” are cute little cards that show you some options for pairing your items, and a personal note from the stylist who put your order together.  So fun!

I asked for some “dressy casual” items that I can wear to work, and they certainly delivered.  So, without further ado, here are my new acquisitions:

Lilah Skinny Jean by Level 99 and the Colibri Paisley Print Sleeveless Top by Market & Spruce:

shirt+jeansI normally would not pay this much for a pair of jeans, but I really liked the way these fit, and it’s so hard for me to find jeans that I like and feel flattering in.  I loved how the top was a little longer in the back than in the front.  And they can both also pair with the next item:

The Mallory Ruffle Back Open Cardigan by Colourworks.

shirt+sweaterYes, you read that right.  Two of the 5 items were named for my children.  It was a sign.  Ha!  Love this sweater, and my eldest has already threatened to swipe it, stating that she has a natural claim to it since her name is in the title.  hmm.  The sweater is so soft and comfy.  The back is super cute too:

sweaterbackI noticed too late that the ruffle was a bit messed up in the picture… but I’m not getting all re-dressed to shoot another.  You’ll have to imagine its cuteness.

Next up, the Queensland Dolman Jersey Top by 41Hawthorn.  Oh. My.  How I love this top!

blackshirtIt has a fitted band around the bottom and then is loose and flowy in the areas where things should be loose and flowy!  Of course, I have a thing for black because it’s slimming.  This shirt is really so flattering!  Here’s another shot with a different necklace (well, necklace scarf, really):

blackshirt2Lastly, the Moscone Sequin Detail Blouse by Skies are Blue:

blueshirtNormally, I’m not a fan of spaghetti straps, but the detail on this shirt is nice, and I think it will be a good layering item.  Here’s the shirt with the gray sweater:

Bue_SweaterNotice how the jeans go with EVERYTHING.  I love them!  So, what do you think?  Have you ever tried Stitch Fix?  If not, feel free to use my referral link and try it for yourself!


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A Christian wife, mother, daughter, former educator, photographer, amateur chef, pretend gardener, alto 🎶, book nerd, cancer-survivor and laundry-hater.

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