That's right, friends! Lest you believe that those of us who get these fancy Stitch Fix boxes are some sort of fancy pants crew, I am armed today with a collection of cringe-worthy selfies snapped in my disheveled bedroom that I didn't even bother to pick up before I started snapping shots.
And this is all ok. Because Stitch Fix isn't for just the fancy pants people. It's for real people with unmade beds and intrusive toddlers. It's for women with hand prints on their mirrors and piles of unfolded clothes. It's for women like me who like to wear Real Pants on occasion, but don't necessarily want to drag an entourage of toddlers into dressing rooms to make it happen.
(P.S. If you're reading this and wondering what the heck this whole Stitch Fix thing is that I'm talking about, I invite you to check out my previous reviews for the more detailed run-down.)
Super Quick Recap of Stitch Fix:
- Sign up and get on the Waiting List (this usually moves pretty quickly)
- Fill out your detailed Style Profile
- Schedule your first "Fix" and work yourself up into a frenzy as your stylist chooses some great clothes for you to try on
- Pay your $20 styling fee and wait for the goodies to arrive on your doorstep
- Receive a box full of items hand-picked by a personal stylist, just for you, based on your profile
- Try everything on, keep what you want, send back what you don't. (The $20 styling fee comes off the price of anything you choose to keep and if you buy all 5 items, you get a 25% discount!)
I loved everything about this top. It was loose fitting enough to hide my trouble areas, but still body skimming enough to be flattering. I could see it under a blazer for sure, but I liked how it looked on its own too. The color is dreamy and the neckline adds a nice touch of interest.
If Evan hadn't been in China over Valentine's Day, I probably would have worn this dress out to dinner. I think I'll need to put a tank top under it just to make sure the plunging neckline isn't showing off too much of the goods, but a pretty white cami with lace at the top would be lovely under this dress. I loved the detailing on the sleeves and the the length was super cute. Please ignore my white knees. The brutal winter here in Wisconsin has done a real number on my already dry skin. It's getting ugly up in here.
Scarves are my jam. This lightweight patterned infinity scarf instantly took my favorite grey t-shirt and took it up a notch. The teals, oranges, yellows, and blues in this scarf make it so versatile!
I paired the last two items together and I was very pleased with the combination. The white striped tank top definitely needs a cami underneath because it is very, very see-through, but that really isn't a big deal to me. It's slightly longer in the back for a little booty coverage (LOVE) and the lightweight navy cardigan was the perfect compliment. I can see wearing that cardigan with so many other items in my closet!
And do you see how I labelled all the embarrassing items in the photo? Nice. Welcome to my world!
Before I reveal what I decided to keep, let me remind you of one of the fabulous features of Stitch Fix. If you keep all FIVE items in your box, you get a 25% discount right off the top of everything.
**STITCH FIX TIP!!**
Think about how the items your stylist sends fit into your existing wardrobe and evaluate how likely you are to wear it. Look for versatile pieces that can play along nicely with the clothes you already have and love wearing!
There was nothing in this box that I didn't like and couldn't see myself wearing, so this is another instance where I kept the whole box! That 25% discount is such a great perk!
Ready to give Stitch Fix a try? I have really enjoyed using this styling service as a way to mix things up in the wardrobe department. It's so fun to see what my stylist has chosen! My favorite part is that it is NOT a subscription service where you are charged every month. You can get one Fix and be done or not get another one for several months if you choose. Or....you can choose to get a box of goodies every month. It's your call! CLICK HERE to get started for free!
Disclosure: I was not paid by Stitch Fix to write this or any of my other reviews and all opinions are my own. I do use a referral link so I get a credit to my Stitch Fix account when new folks get their Fix on! Thank you for supporting this blog (and for helping keep my clothing budget under control)!
Linking up once again over at The Pleated Poppy for some amazing fashion inspiration!