Stitch Fix Review February 2018……what I kept, what I returned and what you should request (plus a giveaway)!
Ok. A lot of you have been asking what happened to my Stitch Fix Review series. Honestly? I took a break. I wanted to try a few other styling programs….so that I could compare. And the verdict? I love different ones for different REASONS. Stitch Fix is a GREAT way to access brands that I don't necessarily see in brick and mortar retail stores. I love that they have some new ways to communicate with my stylist (they even have a cool Facebook Messenger program where you can take quizzes everyday to communicate style preferences….it's totally addictive)! I'm actually going to be working on a big blog post where I break down all of the personal styling at home programs I've tried, and what I love about each one.
Thank goodness for programs like STITCH FIX. It's a great way to treat myself once a month to a few new clothing pieces without dragging Lydia to the mall (cause who wants to do THAT).
This month as I hopped back into my Stitch Fix schedule I asked for some specific items. I wanted great, casual daywear pieces that I could wear on the weekends or to teach.
In case you aren’t already a STITCH FIX NUT…….a bit about the service: STITCH FIX is a personalized styling service that sends five pieces to your doorstep. The great thing? When you join, you fill out an extensive styling profile. You can request certain items or even ask for options for a specific event. You choose how often you get a fix (for me it’s once a month). In the comfort of your own home, you try on all items. Then you keep what you love, and send back the rest…..and all with free shipping! There is a $20 styling fee, but you can use that $20 as a credit towards any of the items you keep. And YES, you can set a price range you feel comfortable with.
Stitch Fix Review February 2018
I wanted to give you guys a sneak peak into what came in my box. And for next month? I may be doing a try on video too, so let me know in the comments if that's something you'd like to see!
Just Black Lara Distressed Skinny Jean (size 10, $88, returned): These jeans didn't fit PERFECTLY. The legs were a great fit, but they felt too snug in the hips. While I was hoping they'd fit like a dream, they just weren't a home run for me.
Kensie Karrington Marled Bell Sleeve Pullover (size medium, $68, kept): I LOVE this sweater. It's soft and cozy, and fits really well. Plus, I feel like it can easily be dressed up with black jeggings and heels.Kaileigh Daria Skirt (size medium, $38, returned): I loved this skirt in theory, but not in real life. The fabric was a little too thin, so it looked unflattering on my body.Olive & Oak Foray Hooded Knit Top (size medium, $54, returned): I loved this hoodie except for one thing. It's a VERY thin knit fabric, and would require a tank top under it. Something about clothes that need layers like that just drives me nuts!
SeaVees Monterey Canvas Lace Up Sneakers (size 9.5, $68, returned): LOVE LOVE LOVE these, but I own sneakers in a similar color. I actually just ordered them in a different shade! If you're looking for a great basic sneaker, these will totally fit the bill!
If you'd like to try Stitch Fix out, then you're in luck! I'm teaming up with a few friends to share our Stitch Fix Reviews and to give one of you a pretty awesome prize.
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