3.10.2014

Stitch Fix Review #3


My latest Stitch Fix box arrived a few days ago…always a fun experience!
For an in depth run-down of Stitch Fix, click on my first “review” here.  Here are the basics:
 
1.  Fill out a style profile.
2.  Schedule a fix!  This can be as frequent (or infrequent) as you would like.
3.  Pay $20 – this is the “styling fee.”  However, if you keep anything from your box, it is automatically applied to your purchase.
4.  Get the clothes and try them on in the comfort of your own home with stuff you already have.
5.  You have 3 days to mail everything you don’t want back to Stitch Fix in a pre-paid shipping envelope.  If you keep all 5 items from your fix, you get a 25% discount.
 
This time, I requested bright colors and fun patterns again.  Here is the first look at the box:

Definitely more colors and patterns this time around!
Pierson Lace Detailed Short Sleeve Shirt

Um….unfortunately, no.  The cut of the top was pretty cute and it was a short sleeve sweater, which I kind of liked.  I also really liked the mint color.  But the lace?  Not so much.  Definitely, definitely not my style.

Spectra Abstract Print Fit & Flare Dress
I really loved the pattern of this dress, although I did find the colors a bit hard to match.  Also, I love fit and flare dresses.  They look good on almost anyone.  However, I didn’t think this dress looked quite right on me and at $78, I didn’t want to buy something that I wasn’t in love with.
 
Iris Striped A Line Skirt
Yay!  I had pinned this from the Stitch Fix blog and I am so glad I did.  I love it.  I am a stripes kinda girl, so I think this is pretty cute.  I need to find a better shirt to wear with it, but I am totally sold on this piece!
 
Camillia Floral Print Sleeveless Blouse
When I saw this in the box, I thought it was awful.  When I put it on, I sort of ended up liking it.  In the end, I just thought the fit was a little weird and the pattern not at all my style.
 
Ritz Mixed Pattern Front Pocket Knit Shirt
Love the polka dot pattern.  Love the striped pattern.  Do not love them mixed together.  Plus, I looked super pregnant in this shirt when I turned to the side…which is not the look I am going for.
 
Final thoughts: So, another not-so-exciting box this time around.  But I am glad that my stylist tried to send more patterns and colors and I ended up with a skirt I love.  I’ve scheduled my next fix for next month and didn’t request anything, so we’ll see what happens!
 
 
If you are interested in Stitch Fix, just follow this link!

 
*I have no affiliation with Stitch Fix except that I am one of their customers.  I will not receive any compensation for this review.  However, the link provided is a referral link that will give me Stitch Fix credit if anyone decides to use it.*

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2 comments:

Sandy Williams said...

I love the look of the ritz mixed pattern shirt but everyone I've seen it on gets that boxy pregnant look. Unfortunately because I think it's a cute mix! Love the skirt.

Vegan Curious said...

That dress looks amazing on you! I can't believe you sent it back!