Hey everybody! I’m back with another Stitch Fix review. You guys seem to like seeing them and I’m happy to oblige continuing to get my Stitch Fix boxes so I can show you what I’m getting. Works for me! Lol!
So on a more serious note, if you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix (affiliate links throughout this post) and you are a busy mom (like me) or don’t like to shop (like me) or have a fashion addiction and have always secretly wanted your own stylist….Stitch Fix if for you.
You will want to start by signing up for Stitch Fix by clicking here. When you do so, you will fill out a style survey. It will give your stylist ideas of what you like and don’t like as well as your sizing information. Then you need to sign up for your first fix and wait patiently until the box comes. If you are like me, the date of your next fix will be kind of like your due date when you were pregnant….you won’t forget it. At. All.
When your fix is sent, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. Once the box arrives, try on everything in the box within 3 days. I love that I can try things on any time I want and any time that is convenient for me.
Select what you plan to keep and what you plan to return. Go online to your Stitch Fix account and check out. Leave your stylist very specific information about what you liked and didn’t like. It will help future fixes get even better. I’ve also found that starting a specific Stitch Fix Pinterest board (like mine here) and ONLY pinning things I would actually wear and that I think would look good on me (versus inspiration and amazing things you like, but would look horrible on) to that board has helped. I leave notes in the pins as to what I like or don’t like in the pin.
As you check out, you will pay for whatever you are keeping. At that time, your $20 styling fee will be deducted from the total cost of the items you are keeping. If you hit the jackpot and you love everything in your box, you will get a 25% discount off everything in the box! Yay!
So let’s see what was in my box this month. And before we really get started, I have to say, I’m sorry. I forgot to individually photograph(not on me) the two items I didn’t keep before I returned them to Stitch Fix. I totally meant to and then life got busy and I totally forgot. Sorry about that.
This is the THML Deanna Dot Print Embroidered Top.
It looks OK and my kids loved it. I didn’t. I would just say it isn’t quite my style. I also kind of felt like how the sides of the shirts hung lower, they hit me right at my widest point, which isn’t always the best look.
Next Up is the Fun 2 Fun Abraham Henley Blouse.
I tried that with the Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Shorts. They are the same shorts as the pink striped shorts they sent me last month, but my stylist told me these are all cotton.
I love the shirt. It is totally something I never would have picked out in real life. In real life, it makes me look thin. Not sure the pictures do that justice, but I like it better in real life than in the pictures.
The shorts were a little bit tight and I was concerned about shrinkage with them being all cotton. I also have a pair of slightly longer shorts that are the same color, so I sent the shorts back.
The shorts from the back. The shirt covers the part of the shorts that seem a little tight. I also really dislike how my arms look in this picture. I’m not a professional model and wish I knew how to pose better. Anyhow…moving on.
Next up, I tried on the Kut from the Kloth Lonnie Distressed Cuffed Boyfriend Short.
They also sent me a reversible necklace from Zad.
I love the concept that it is reversible. I love reversible things (just take a look around my blog at all of the reversible things I have made.)! I will say that a reversible necklace is actually really hard to put on when you are reversing it. It took me forever!
I totally wasn’t going to keep this (and quite frankly, I wouldn’t have even tried it on, but I needed to photograph it for you guys). Once I put it on, I really liked it. So, I ended up keeping it. I don’t normally like short necklaces or necklaces much at all, but I really like the way this looks and what it adds to an outfit.
I love this outfit! Cute shorts!
I wasn’t sure if the shorts were going to be too tight, but I decided to keep them. They have stretched out a bit and are definitely not too tight. Again with the fat looking arms in this picture. Not sure at all how to pose from the back.
Save me from photographing myself!
What I am sure of is how to be crazy and silly when I’m photographing myself. It feels weird to take so many pictures of myself and I’m not always loving it, so I tend to add some silliness along the way.
I also have a 13-year-old who loves to hunt me down and photobomb. She gets me every time! Can you tell how much I love it?
Again with the wackyness…yep! That’s me! I’m reaching for the camera to take a pic and thought it was the best time to stretch in 4″ wedge sandals. Good time to stretch on a day I ran a few miles, right?
So, outtakes aside, here is what I did with this fix:
- THML Deanna Dot Print Embroidered Top $54 – Returned
- Fun2Fun Abraham Henley Blouse $38 – Kept
- Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Short $58 – Returned
- Kut From Cloth Lonnie Distressed Cuffed Boyfriend Short – $64 – Kept
- Zad Avila Mini Triangle Necklace $28 – Kept
What would you have done with this Stitch Fix box?
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