Stitch Fix Review June 2017……what I kept, what I returned and what you should request (plus a giveaway)!
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 I asked for some specific items. Separates and a romper for a trip I'm going on to New York this summer. I have to be honest, this was probably my LEAST favorite fix. I didn't keep ANYTHING. I'm trying to be really intentional about what I purchase these days…..and I didn't LOVE any of the items.
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. Bonus, Stitch Fix gift cards are a GREAT Mother's Day gift……a great way to encourage your mama to pamper herself in the comfort of her own home!
Stitch Fix Review June 2017
Market & Spruce Ralphie Knit Romper (size Large, $64, returned): Something about this romper just didn't work for me. The neckline was too low, and it just didn't feel flattering.
Sweet Gray Kat Knit Dress (size medium, $74, returned): This was a GIANT no. The hemline hit at a funny length, and I didn't love the fabric.
Daniel Rainn Poppins Crochet Trim Blouse (size medium, $64, returned): I seriously debated keeping this blouse. One thing I loved? It's reversible and could be worn two ways. But honestly? I'm not a big button down blouse person. I just didn't think I'd get enough use out of it to justify the price.
Daniel Rainn Carlie Flutter Sleeve Blouse (size medium, $64, returned): This blouse fit like a dream. However, I'm not a fan of sheer tops that require layering and it wrinkled REALLY easily.
Adorne Cornelia Dress (size 8, $118, returned): This dress was really cute. It fit like a dream. However, it was a little pricey for me….and I own something similar.
For more of my Stitch Fix Review posts……check out my Stitch Fix page, you'll see my past favorites and a ton of tips for getting the MOST out of your fix!