It’s that time again! My latest box from Stitch Fix arrived last week and I am SO excited to show you what was inside with my 15th Stitch Fix. I have never actually done a review on the blog before. My personal stylist, Soo, selected five beautiful items just for me and the convenience of having those items shipped directly to my door is invaluable. If you’re already a Stitch Fix customer, be sure to pin your favorite pieces to your style board on Pinterest to show your stylist which items you would like to see in your next fix.
The first item I tried on was the Kut from the Kloth Haiden Straight Leg Boyfriend Jeans. I got a pair last month that were light and very distressed and was hoping for a darker less distressed pair. Lets face it mama’s should not wear jeans with holes. I ADORED the boyfriend jeans. I also could not believe how perfectly they fit.
I paired these jeans with every other top in my fix. In this same picture I have on the Olive and Oak Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt. I had seen this on a few other reviews and was drawn to the pop of color on the color. I was excited to see this in the fix and new it was a keeper before even putting it on.
Next up I tried on the Loveappella Edgewater Knit Top. I had pinned a shirt with some color blocking and asked for something similar. I was hoping for one with a pop of green or a bold color. While it didn’t have the pop of color it was still very flattering and I loved that I could wear this at home with a pair of leggings or out with a pair of jeans to the store.
Next up was the Honey Punch Layla Striped Elbow Patch Detail Cardigan. I had pinned this last fall because of the adorable elbow patches, plus I’m a total sucker for cardigans. It was a little big on me so I had originally decided to send it back. After contacting Stitch Fix they said they could exchange it for me! YAY!
The last item in my fix was the Loveappella Evie Draw String Funnel Neck Sweatshirt. I had actually requested this and loved the color, but it felt a LITTLE small for me. I also asked about getting a bigger size in this one, but alas they didn’t have any. HOWEVER, since I had already decided to keep everything else this was basically free. It will make a nice gift for someone though.
Try Stitch Fix for Yourself
Now that you have seen some of the fashions hand-picked by my personal stylist at Stitch Fix, try the service for yourself. You can create an online style profile for FREE. The process takes about 10 minutes and gives your stylist a chance to learn about your sizes, personal style and fashion preferences. There is no obligation to purchase anything. When you are ready, you can arrange for your first fix. For a $20 styling fee you will be matched with a personal stylist that will select five items that she thinks will be perfect for you. SHIPPING IS FREE.
Once the items arrive, you have three days to try the clothes on in the comfort of your home. Keep the items you love, check out online, and use the pre-paid shipping envelope that’s included in your fix to return any items that didn’t work for you. RETURNS ARE FREE. It’s that simple. If you choose to purchase any of the items from your fix, the $20 styling fee is automatically deducted from the cost of your clothes and you can save 25% on your entire purchase if you choose to buy everything in your fix.
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