Stitch Fix Review October 2018……what I kept, what I returned and what you should request!
It's officially fall outfit season! Anyone else excited for layering and warmer clothes? As much as I love a good bathing suit……I'm ready for jeans, sweaters and boots. This month I requested comfortable work out items, anything from ABLE, and shirts that would transition to cooler weather easily. I definitely got some GREAT options!
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.
Side note, Stitch Fix has recently started carrying a few new brands….and one of them? ABLE. Yup, the amazing ethical fashion company I always talk about. Be sure to go into your Stitch Fix app to request brands or pieces you love! And remember, you can also create a board on Pinterest where you share all your favorite Stitch Fix items and send your stylist a link. It's a great way to communicate!
Stitch Fix Review October 2018
Good hYOUman Greer ColorBlock Legging (size medium, $78, returned): I loved the color blocking on these leggings, but they were a little snug ( I tend to be between a medium and a large in workout pants). And for $78, I wanted them to be a little more comfortable!
Good hYOUman Micki Stretch Fleece Hello Weekend Graphic Knit top (size medium, $58, kept): This might be the most comfortable sweatshirt I've ever worn. It's super soft and light enough to wear year round. Don't judge when you see it on repeat a LOT.
Papermoon Lucie Side Detail Knit Top (size medium, $42, returned): I loved the stripes on this, and the detailing….but it felt a little too short for me. Had it been a bit longer, I would have kept it for SURE.
ABLE Abera Tote ( $158, returned): You guys know I love ABLE. This amazing ethical fashion brand recently became available through Stitch Fix and I'm super excited about it. LOVED this bag, the color is amazing. But I own one that is VERY similar and couldn't justify keeping this on top of it.
Market & Spruce Fallan Twist Back Plunging V Neck Pullover (size medium, $58, returned): I LOVED the color of this sweater, and the front was really cute. But it had a totally bare back. And I'm not a huge fan of layering tank tops or lighter pieces under sweaters. It feels bulky.
So what do you think? What would YOU have kept?