Yesterday I received my Stitch Fix. I kept the same stylists I have had but had no requests this time. For those who do now know how Stitch Fix works, here you go:
Here is how Stitch Fix works for the new people:
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 here is what I got:
Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Short ($58), American Able Bev Keyhole Knit Top ($32) and Bay to Baubles Mellie Station Necklace ($34)
So the shorts are super comfy. They feel like really soft worn in shorts. I am pretty sure I am going to keep them because I could wear these all summer long. Plus I like that they are a little longer. Not sure about the wash of them but all my other jean shorts are the same wash so something different might be great.
The shirt fits but because of the cut, it is pretty open and if I bend over, you can see everything. Right now it is in the maybe pile. The necklace is in the maybe pile too. It is cute but I am not sure how much I will wear it. I have a closer up of the necklace.
Market & Spruce Tysta Knit Dress ($64)
Sorry the pic is blurry but of course my photographer didn’t have time to take good quality pictures. Anyway, that is okay because this dress was a big NO. First, it shows everything. So if you look at where my thigh is, you see a huge line. That line is fabric for the wrap. So if you can see that…you can see everything! Also, it makes me look pregnant, which I am not.
My last item was the Renee C Galia Cami Blouse ($40). I did not take a picture of it because it was damaged. It had a hole in it. This was the first time I have ever been given a damaged article and this was my 23rd fix.
Interested in trying Stitch Fix? Go here.