Friends, this is a bittersweet moment for me. For the last two years, I have shared with you as my love affair with Stitch Fix has blossomed from infatuation to true love. 22 boxes of clothes delivered to my doorstep, chosen just for me. My closet has never been the same.
But I've realized that I really don't NEED a new box every month anymore, or even every other month. Would it be fun? Of course! I just want to be responsible with my resources, which means less Fixes showing up at my door and less reviews for me to write. In the meantime, I hope you'll enjoy this latest review and look back through some of my recent reviews to find something fabulous to request in your next Fix!
Super Quick Recap of Stitch Fix:
- Sign up and get excited because you DON'T have to go to mall to shop for clothes!
- Fill out your detailed Style Profile. Be very, VERY honest.
- Start a Pinterest board dedicated to your personal style and include a link to it in your Style Profile. This is invaluable information for you stylist to chose the best items for you!
- Schedule your first "Fix" and work yourself up into a frenzy as your personal 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 and your requests.
- 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!)
P.S. If you see anything pictured here that you would like your stylist to try out on you, PIN IT to that Pinterest board you share with your stylist. Make notes on the Pin about why you like it - the fit, the style, the color, whatever! The more info, the better your Fix.
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First of all, I loved the colors I saw when I opened up this box. So fresh and fun and SUMMER.
Gilli Alina Mixed Geo Print Maxi Skirt - $58
Skies are Blue Topanga Crochet Detail Flutter Sleeve Blouse - from Fix #21
I love a good maxi skirt and they are my absolute favorite thing to wear in the summer because shorts are the devil. There is nothing worse that wearing a pair of shorts, sitting down, and seeing your thighs flatten and squish together like a couple blobs of flesh-toned Gak. The worst. Skirts are better. It's like wearing socially acceptable pajamas. This skirt was so soft, the length was perfect, and I really liked how it paired with that rockin' top from my last Fix. But....I already have THREE maxi skirts in my closet. And I just got done talking about how I need to be more responsible and mindful. Whose stupid idea was that?? Oh yeah, mine.
Loved it, but reluctantly chose to return it.
Daniel Rainn Bilson Pleated Blouse - $68
Distressed Jeans - from an unknown previous Fix I blogged about here
Funny story about this top. I already have it in a different print! I got this one way back in Fix #6!
Loved it then. Still love it now. And this floral print is so lovely. It is feminine and I love how it covers the areas I want to hide without being too billowy.
As you can see, it can be worn both tucked in and left loose and I really like it both ways.
Definitely a Keeper.
Fun2Fun Preston Open-Back Blouse - $38
Remember last time when I said I asked for something that would show off my tattoo while still being appropriate? My stylist for this Fix, Katelyn, just found it. I love the length of this top, the print, the wide straps, the fit that is just right.....
....and then there is the back.
I'm trying not to freak out about the fact that I just posted a photo of myself from behind on the Internet. Let's focus on this top. Again, the length is just right and covers my booty which I appreciate since I've been spending less time in the gym than I would like. But the open section is just enough to show my tattoo perfectly without being too revealing. And NO BRA STRAPS!
I'm in love. Keeper for sure!
41Hawthorn McAdams Beaded Neckline Blouse - $58
This top just makes me happy. Lovely beading on the neckline, perfect fit, fun color. Exactly my style. It took me all of 5 seconds to know this would be going in my closet.
Liverpool Raphael Denim Jacket - $88
The last item in this Fix was this fun denim jacket that I wish you could feel. The fabric was so smooth and soft, unlike any other denim jacket I had ever encountered. (Like I'm some sort of denim expert or something.) I liked the lighter wash, as it was something different than what I was expecting. However, I wasn't crazy about the way it fit me and I did already have one denim jacket in my closet.
Had to send this one back.
And in case you need proof that shooting these photos is slightly awkward, but still fun...I promised my assistant we would take a goofy photo when we were done, so I had to follow through!
Want to look back through my previous Stitch Fix boxes to get a better idea of what this is all about? Click on over this way, friend. It's my favorite way to not shop for clothes.
Have you seen enough? Ready to get started?
I am a Stitch Fix Affiliate, which means if you purchase anything through Stitch Fix, I do receive a little commission. But I love me some Stitch Fix and have been sharing the love long before I knew what the word "affiliate" meant so I wouldn't be telling you about it if I didn't love it. Thank you for helping me continue my love affair with Stitch Fix and keeping me from having to go back to shopping at the mall. I don't think I would even know how anymore.