I got a box from Stitch Fix this week! If you don’t know what Stitch Fix is, I explained the service in detail in this post, Here’s Exactly How Stitch Fix Works From Start to Finish if you’re interested. I rarely shop for clothing, so I’m always excited to add a new piece to my wardrobe from Stitch Fix whenever I schedule a box.
Here’s what I got this fix:
1 | Roosevelt Halter Blouse
This top is summery, breezy, and flattering and I don’t have anything like it. Plus, it looked fantastic with the boyfriend jeans that my stylist Keri sent me. Verdict: keep!
2 | Rogers Distressed Boyfriend Jean
I’ve always thought boyfriend jeans looked so casually cute with strappy sandals or wedges and a pretty top or tee. However, every time I’ve tried them on, I’ve found them to look frumpy and unattractive. These jeans were a hit, though. They’re made of a very thin and comfortable cotton and look fashionable and stylish instead of like a frumpy afterthought. I loved them with the blouse above! Verdict: keep!
3 | Marci Dress
I loved this dress out of the box and I loved this dress on my body. It’s flattering and pretty, and I love the colors. However, I recently bought two similar dresses from Stitch Fix–one in navy, and another in a pale pink pattern. I don’t wear dresses very often, so as much as I adored this one, I couldn’t justify keeping it. Verdict: sad return.
4 | Tarina Dress
When I pulled this dress out of my box, I knew it would be expensive. The fabric is clearly high quality and the dress itself feels like it came from a high-end boutique. At $198, I was right. My stylist noted that this would be a splurge, but could be perfect for my upcoming wedding anniversary, and I agree. (This is the first time I’ve received a splurge item, and I really enjoyed trying it on!) The fabric and craftsmanship are beautiful, but I didn’t love the squared-off neckline and again, I couldn’t justify spending nearly $200 on a dress that I would only wear a couple of times. Verdict: return. (And my wallet sighed of relief 😉 )
5 | Sondra Textured Knit Dress
This was the only piece in this fix that I was skeptical of right off the bat. My style is not at all edgy, and I wasn’t sure if I liked the shoulder detailing on this dress. When I tried it on, it didn’t matter whether I liked it or not because the shoulders were too wide for my frame, so the detailing bunched up and looked sloppy. The style was more appealing to me when I was wearing it, and I’m unsure whether I would’ve kept it or not if it had fit properly. Verdict: return.
This was a great fix! I loved the variety and would’ve kept 4/5 pieces had money been no object. If you’re interested in creating a style profile and trying Stitch Fix, you can do so here. For more information on the service, check out this post.
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