On Friday I received my second “FIX” in the mail. If you are unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, you pay $20 and a personal stylist sends you 5 items after filling out a detailed survey on your styles and about your tastes. You have 3 days to either keep or send back the items in a postage paid envelope. This fix was much better than my first one. I was more specific to what I was looking for in my note to the stylist – I asked for sweater dresses and tops only, and something sweet to wear for family photos – I like sweet/romantic style. I liked 4/5 things in my box! My stylist said they didn’t have any sweater dresses in my size but here is what was in my box:
1) Moises Colorblock Sleeveless Dress
As soon as I saw this one, I thought it would be adorable for Christmas and the holidays!
I liked the homemade look and style. The top was soft and stretchy and the bottom was a different fabric – more rough. When I tried it on, I didn’t like the style of the top – I felt like wonder woman with the thick straps. I also couldn’t figure out what to wear underneath it that looked right. I wanted to like it!
But I ended up sending this one back 🙁 $48
2 – Arian Ruffle Elastic Waist Dress – navy blue
This was really cute! Loved the ruffle, I love navy blue too! I just purchased a dress that is similar in a different color for my sister’s rehearsal dinner so I sent this one back. It was the most expensive item in the box, $68.
3 – Nadir Chiffon Trim Knit Top
The color was really cute and my favorite thing was the length of this one – I can wear leggings over it – always looking for longer length tops. This was a keeper. $48
4 – Jerrard Heathered Open Front Cardigan
Didn’t think I would like the open front, as I like buttons but I did love this sweater – and it had pockets! At $54, I felt like I could find this for cheaper at Target or TJ Maxx, so even though I really liked it, I sent it back.
5 – Amadi Scallop Hem Blouse
This one didn’t stand a chance. The color was not for me from the time I saw it. It was a scallop waist which was different and the wrists were elastic at the end. The back was the style of an open sweater that sits on top of each side which I didn’t like either. Besides the style in the front, I didn’t like anything about this shirt. $48
I thought they did a great job with my style on this one! I also found everything to be reasonable. The $20 styling fee goes towards your purchase so in the end I spent $48 on one shirt. If you purchase all of the items, you receive 20% off. If I had liked that olive shirt, I might have considered. I like that you only lose $20 if you don’t want to keep anything, but I usually don’t want to lose $20 so I pick one item to keep. For the rest of the items I like, it gives me an idea of what style might look good on me, and I can look elsewhere to find the items for less. It’s always exciting when the box arrives! And they do a great job with the presentation – the box is labeled and patterns adorn the inside of the box. You get a note from your stylist and a page of how to wear the clothes that were sent. All of the clothes are wrapped in tissue which is held together with a sticker.
Want to try it out? For every friend I refer, I get a $25 credit towards my next fix.
Get yours now! They also have holiday gift cards which is a fun idea!!