I’m not a Stitch Fix “regular” like many I know. I don’t need the service they offer at this point in my life. But it is so stinkin’ fun to get a surprise box of clothes and accessories. I got a little note in my box that my stylist had definitely look at my Pinterest clothing board this time, and I appreciate that!
I’m including pictures of myself in my Stitch Fix clothes and prices this time. I think, unfortunately, Stitch Fix is not feasible for some women because of the prices. And seriously, some people are just really, really good at bargain shopping.
Pomelo Ohara Faux Wrap Tie-Waist Dress, $68
I loved this dress! I initially told Dan I was keeping it, then I glanced in my closet and saw two very similar dresses. And I have mixed feelings on chevrons. I’m tired of them, but these really were a new take on chevrons. This is one of my favorite colors, so that was a huge bonus in my book. Also, though not pictured, the length was perfect — hitting right above my knee. It just came down to this dress not adding anything new to my wardrobe and being a little above what I felt comfortable spending on it.
Under Skies Grayson V-Neck Pointelle Knit Sweater, $58
I also loved this sweater! It’s super lightweight, and the material is soft and seemingly high quality. I think it will work well for most seasons! I have so much gray in my wardrobe, and I don’t hate it. Gray makes it so easy to pair accessories of many colors. I plan to try it with different colored tanks with different width straps underneath. Though kind of wrinkly in the picture, I like how this fits. Keeping it! (Hello and thank you, store credit.)
Pomelo Lydia Faceted Stones Long Necklace, $36
And this necklace. I was okay with it, but not crazy about it. Similar to the wrap dress, I already have several pieces like this in my closet. And goodness knows I don’t wear those often enough to justify getting another. I have been loving purple lately, so that was a nice choice by the stylist.
41Hawthorn Berkeley Lightweight Aztec Print Infinity Scarf, $32
Pretty, isn’t it? I have been drawn to Aztec prints lately, so I was happy to get to try this! It’s also lightweight and appropriate for spring and summer. Because of its lightweight nature, I again doubted that the quality was worth the price. It seems with a little looking I could find something really similar for quite a bit less. (I don’t know who this money-saver is. She has only appeared since marrying Dan!) I sent it back, but I’m still a tiny bit sad about it.
TCEC Roxanna Chevron Open Knit Cardigan, $58
This was my least favorite. So bold, but also kind of grandpa-looking. I love this shade of blue, but I don’t care for the off-white/taupe color at all. I also really love cardigans, so this was not too far off. It has a chunky open weave, which I don’t have in my closet. It was a little too bulky, though, especially as the temperatures start to warm up. I sent it back without too much hesitation.
So, I kept one thing and sent back four. My reasons were mostly around duplicating pieces I already own and not being able to justify spending what some of it cost. That being said, my boxes are getting very close to things I actually like! I’ve also noticed that the wait times for a “fix” have decreased, and the range of sizes carried has increased. These are things I had previously disliked about Stitch Fix.
And I don’t remember getting this before… A little note and photos of how to style my items. I appreciated it!
I still have some store credit, so I’ll be back, but I don’t think I’ll ever be a monthly fix kind of girl.
Have you tried Stitch Fix? Would you like to?
Disclosure: Referral links used