Stitch Fix Review May 2018……what I kept, what I returned and what you should request (plus a giveaway)!
It's STITCH FIX REVIEWS time again, and I'm excited to talk about a BUNCH of Stitch Fix fun I have coming up around here. Y'all know how much I love STITCH FIX. I've been receiving their style tips and picks for over two years, and love how I can ask for specific things I need each month (be sure to check out my past fixes HERE). I've used Stitch Fix to discover some great new brands, and a ton of the staples I wear every week? From past STITCH FIX deliveries. This month, I actually have THREE separate Stitch Fix projects to share with you…..and I can't WAIT. I'm kicking off the month with my regular Stitch Fix box (full disclosure, this came two weeks ago…..and I'm finally getting around to sharing…..it's been a little busy in our household). Later this week, I'll be speaking at the Mom 2.0 Conference, and I'm teaming up with Stitch Fix to share how they dressed me for the event (the dresses they sent? SWOON). And after that? Stay tuned teachers……cause I'll be sharing some of my favorite teacher outfits from Stitch Fix. So, it's basically Stitch Fix month around here.
In case you aren’t already familiar with STITCH FIX…….a bit about the service: STITCH FIX is a personalized styling service that sends five pieces (including accessories if you choose)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 (like a conference or vacation). You choose how often you get a fix (for me it’s usually 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 May 2018
For my regular Stitch Fix delivery this month, I asked for simple basics that I'd be able to wear all summer long……..
Market & Spruce Tran Henley Style Top (size medium, $54, returned): While I loved the IDEA of this top, I didn't love it in person. The print is adorable, but it wrinkled easily….and I felt like it would drive me nuts by the end of a long work day.
Kut from the Kloth Candace Split Hem Skinny Jean (size 10, $78, returned): These stretchy jeans fit like a DREAM. If I didn't own an almost identical pair, I would have kept them.
41 Hawthorn Saunders Open Draper Cardigan (size medium, $58, returned): I loved, loved, loved this striped cardigan (so soft) but I own about a million cardigans and it's about to hit HIGH temperatures here in LA. I didn't think I'd get enough use out of it!
Roberta Roller Rabbit Faith Embroidered Top (size M, $95, returned): I'm not gonna lie, I sort of wish I'd kept this blouse. It fit perfectly and I could totally see wearing it in the summer with jean shorts. The price put me off a little, but now I feel like I would have gotten a ton of use out of it!
SeaVees Monterey Printed Lace-Up Sneakers ($78, kept): I'm a sucker for sneakers. I wear them pretty much everyday to work or with Lydia. And these floral ones? The perfect addition to my growing sneaker collection.
So what do you think of my Stitch Fix Review May 2018? Did I keep the best item? I'm teaming up with a few of my fellow Stitch Fix nuts to give one of YOU a chance to win a Stitch Fix gift card!