I took it as a sign to review this Stitch Fix since it arrived on the same day I started my blog! This is my 10th fix. I can’t believe it’s been nearly a year! I’ve received a few items that were a complete miss but mostly I’ve been 100% satisfied with the service.
If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix you can find out more here stitchfix.com.
In a nutshell Stitch Fix is a personal styling service for woman. They send 5 pieces or clothing and accessories every month or however often you want! The cost is $20.00 per fix and the styling fee is then added to anything you purchase. You have three days to try the items on and return them in the postage paid envelope they supply. Each Fix also comes with a set of styling cards and a note from your stylist. My stylist has been Caitlin the last 3 times. I requested a new stylist when the items I was receiving seemed like they were meant for a much older person. Caitlin is doing a great job sending items for a 30-something professional.
Here are the syling cards for my Fix:
And now awkward outfit pictures!
First up is the Georgina Arrow Print Racerback Tank by Eight Sixty – $58.00. This is my absolute favorite piece in the box! The fit is great and I love the style. Anything black is usually a keeper!
Next is the Montgomery Solid Belted Shift Dress by 41Hawthorn – $68.00. I love this! It’s loose and flowy while still looking put together. I really like the button detail all the way down the front. I plan to wear this to work with black pumps and switch out the belt for a thick brown one.
I also received another dress by 41Hawthorn. The Tammi Sailboat Print Fit & Flare Dress – $68.00. Usually fit & flare styles do not look good on my body shape but this one is actually slimming. I am not sold on the sailboat print though. It’s also red, white and blue so it has both a patriotic and nautical theme. I’m undecided. What do you think?
The third dress in my box is from Moon Collection. The Steph Sleeveless Belted Floral Dress – $58.00. It looks very cute on the hanger but it adds about 30 lbs to my frame! My boyfriend also said it looked like a apron. Going back as fast as possible!
(I am not sure what I am doing in the photo. I almost didn’t post it because it will be on the internet forever but this is an honest review! And nobody said I was a fashion blogger!)
The final item is the Vicki Ombre Racerback Maxi Dress by Laila Jayde – $98.00. This is the item I was most excited about. Until I put it on! Usually maxi dresses cover up problem areas and are forgiving. This dress is the complete opposite. It’s too form fitting for my taste. As you can see on the hanger it’s very cute and made out of a soft material. Sadly going back.
What do you think of my fix? If you’d like to schedule your own use this link! (referral link)
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