One thing about me is that I love clothes. I have a professional job where I need to dress a certain way. However, I also love to be comfy at home so when I do go to stores to shop, I am more attracted to the sweatpants and running clothes. That is when Stitch Fix became a lifesaver to me. I have been doing Stitch Fix for awhile now but I do every other month or my clothing situation might get out of hand. So the following box is what I received in March.
First, if you are not familiar with Stitch Fix, here is how it works:
1. Fill out your Style Profile. This gives detail on your style, sizes, budget and anything else like a link to your pinterest board.
2. Once you have “ordered” your box, they will send you 5 items from a personal stylists. It is a $20 styling fee which is applied as a credit toward anything you keep.
3. Try everything on. They send you Style Cards with recommendations on how to wear your outfit. You have three days to decide what you do and do not want.
4. Buy what you like and return the rest. If you keep all 5 items, you get 25% off your entire purchase. Don’t like something, they send you a pre-paid mailing bag to drop in the mailbox. It is free shipping.
So what did I get and I was bad because I threw away my receipt with all prices and items names. When I opened my box I was so excited to see shoes!
My note from my stylist. I like her a lot so I have requested her again.
Please forgive my hair as I drive with the windows down when it is nice out. Here is what I got:
This top which I returned. I did not like the color on me or design. The jeans are mine, a similar pair can be found here.
They suggested I wear this Market and Spruce Abberley Cut Out Detail Knit Top with these Kut from the Kloth Siena Cropped Pants. I did end up buying both but have not worn them together. I love the pants color which they call Dark Pink but Kut from the Kloth calls them Mulberry. I have worn the pants to work and have gotten a lot of compliments on the color. The top has a really cute back which is perfect to show off my sports bra line.
These FFC New York Two toned flats are so cute so I know I needed them.
Lastly is the black Colette cutout back top which I returned and am not posting a pic of because of where the cutouts are, you can see undergarments. I suppose you could where a cami underneath it but I think that would take away from the look.
So I ended up buying 3/5 items which I normally do about 2. My goal is to find 1 or 2 pieces I enjoy. I do not want 5/5 because that means I am spending a lot of money. I just want pieces I really enjoy and will get a lot of use of.
If you are interested in Stitch Fix and want to give it a try, you can try my referral link here. Stitch Fix does not pay me, I pay them.