Have you heard of Stitch Fix? I just got my 3rd box in today!
I absolutely love this service!!!
I absolutely love this service!!!
A few of my friends told me about Stitch Fix and I thought I'd give it a try. Stitch Fix is a clothing service that is mailed to you. You pay a $20 style fee and fill out a very detailed survey about you, your body type, what you like, price ranges and then can make a pinterest board of inspiration. They review it all and then send you a box with 5 items.
You keep what you want and send back the rest in the return envelope they provide but, if you keep it all you get a 25% discount.
Plus your $20 styling fee is applied to what you purchase!
You don't have to do it monthly either. Maybe you just want it seasonally or for a special occasion. You get to decided.
I like the flexibility! Here are my 1st two fixes.
Stitch Fix #1 - Kept only one Item
Stitch Fix #2- Kept everything!!
Stitch Fix #3
I thought it would be fun to do a YouTube unboxing!! This was fun to make and you get to see my 1st reactions to everything :) Fashion Show After the video!
For my Fix this time I asked to be surprised. I only gave few suggestions. That I like jewel tones, animal print, sparkles or edgy details. I got the amazing Tiffany as a stylist again and she sent a super sweet note this time. I like that she paid attention to details and my pinterest board.
Helpful Hint: They love it when you post pics of yourself in the item they send.
Oh and Tiffany if you read this Happy Birthday to you Too! Since we share August birthdays!
Now on the the fashion show. Oh and excuse my selfie stick. Trying something different, but I fear it looks a little cheesy. haha!
#1 - Pixley- Jimson Zipper Detail Top
With me you can't go wrong with black! I like the zipper detail. The top of the shirt is mesh so I just simply wore a black tank top underneath it. It's a comfy top and a great cut/fit for me. I think this is a great layering piece too that will work great year round.
#2 Skies Are Blue - Karla Textured Short
I wasn't sure about the shorts. 1st thoughts are that elastic waist equal old lady shorts. They are a different style than I would ever try. However they are super comfy. The front of the shorts feature a textured chevron print. The pattern is not on the back of the short but it does have foe pockets. The shorts aren't super thin or to thick and it's still 100 degrees here in the Oklahoma summer so I know I could get some wear out of them the next couple months. I love the cobalt blue color and they are a good length for me. Not to short at all. I don't know if I'm totally sold on them.
#3- Brixon Ivy - Breton Dress
This dress is totally not something I would have ever picked out. 1st off the color is amazing. Purple is my favorite! The back has lacy/leather look details. It is two thin layers thick and I would definitely need a slip. When I 1st pulled it out I thought it was super short and I was sad but when I put it on it actually came to my knees. It doesn't shrink up when I sit either. So length is fine. I did put a black tank top on underneath for more modest coverage. Honestly I felt rocking in this dress! It would be a fun date night dress. I think I could easily through on a cardigan or blazer and wear it to church too.
I paired it with the gold Stitch Fix necklace I got in my last fix and my nude/black lace peep toe pumps. I love those shoes! I got them at Dillards a few years back for like $15. So comfy and fun!
This dress is very different for me so I'll ask hubby what he thinks
#4 - Pixley - Lagio Mixed Material Top
I was soooo excited to see this in my box. I don't usually pin specific stitch fix items and expect to get them, but I really loved this shirt. The top is lacy, the front is the bright floral of orange/blue and the back is all black. This shirts material is so soft an comfy. Paired it simply with my Bermuda Jean shorts and sandals. This shirt would be easy to dress up too.
#5 - H&B Collection- Bickenhall Split Back Top
I like the looks of this shirt but I don't know if I'm sold on it. I haven't seen to many people that pull off the split back top well that have a boo-tay! LOL. I didn't get a good picture of it and it's very different. I'l have to ask hubby on that one. I do like the shirt. I like that it has a high neckline and that it's flowy. I paired it two different ways.
On the style card it was paired with a striped black/white skirt so I tried it with the pencil skirt I got in my last fix. I don't think I would have though to try it and I like it!
I also paired it with my fun new orange crops I got a JcPenny yesterday.
(thank you jc penny for sending me 3 $10 off $10 coupons) It was like free money! I got these fun pants and a navy/cream 3/4 length shirt for $12.00. Love me a good deal)
So this can easily be a 5/5 but it might only be a 2/5. Going to see what hubby thinks, give it a couple days, try it all on again and make a final decision.
What do you like? What don't you like? What do you want to pin for your stitch fix?
Here is my style card and my note!
While I do have some affiliate links in my posts.
I'm not being paid to tell about Stitch Fix.
This is my real genuine review of my box.
If you sign up and order your 1st box I will receive a $25.00 credit!
So will you give it a try? I think you would love it!! OH and If you like any of these outfits feel free to pin the images for your stylists or own inspiration.