I have read many bloggers that count their life in Stitch Fix boxes and I have to admit the past couple of times I have done this. This Stitch Fix Review I have happy news…. I am excited to announce a Stitch Fix Giveaway. $40 gift card to a lucky person to start this summer off right 🙂
Last month I switched my fixes to every 2 weeks. Why did I switch my fixes? I really need clothes and I just don’t have the time to go shopping. I have a 1 year old and last year I still had baby weight to lose so I didn’t buy any new clothes. Or shoes!!!! Oh the shame. Anybody that knows me knows that I love shoes. Jennifer (my stylist) please help me 🙂
In the spirit of summer coming I thought it would be fun to have a giveaway as well. After reading through my review, sign up for a chance to win a $40 gift card to Stitch Fix. Without further ado, my Stitch Fix Review with Urban’s take on each item. I suckered him into taking pictures this time. My boys are charging too much to take pictures, ha! Love their entrepreneurial spirit though.
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What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is the first fashion retailer to blend expert styling, proprietary technology and unique product to deliver a shopping experience that is truly personalized for you. Simply fill out the Stitch Fix Style Profile and their personal stylists will handpick a selection of five clothing items and accessories unique to your taste, budget and lifestyle. You can buy what you like and return the rest (shipping is free both ways).
How does Stitch fix Work?
Begin by filling out the Style Profile. This helps Stitch Fix understand your size, style, shape, budget and lifestyle. Completing your Profile should only take about 10-15 minutes. Select a delivery date from the calendar. It takes about a week if you want something last minute.
At the time your Stylist selects your items, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment. Try everything on in the comfort of your home. Buy what you like and return the rest.
Now what was in my box.
- Urban Expressions Cassia Perforated Bowler Satchel
- Renee C Abourne Split Neck Top
- Nine Britton Bethanie Maxi Skirt
- Alice Blue Johnson Crochet Detail Tank
- French Grey Melinda Cold Shoulder Dress
My stylist actually sent me an entire outfit including a purse. 🙂 She suggested pairing the following together.
Urban Expressions Cassia Perforated Bowler Satchel
Renee C Abourne Split Neck Top
Nine Britton Bethanie Maxi Skirt
The purse is by Urban Expressions. lol My hubby’s name is Urban. I really wanted to keep this purse just for that fact. But I already carry a Dooney and Bourke tan purse so I couldn’t justify buying a purse in almost the exact same color.
The Renee C Abourne Split Neck Top was white. Oh Jennifer can we get past white. I am not a fan of white. I have three boys and I never keep them clean. Find out what happened in my last Stitch Fix Review to the white shirt that was in that box. I didn’t even need the boys help for that fiasco. A couple of notes on this top. It reminds me of a maternity top. If you look closely at the picture you can also see that the seem is off. Maybe that was the design but regardless it went back.
Lastly, the Nine Britton Bethanie Maxi Skirt. Jennifer sent this in a size medium. I am in between sizes 🙁 and this skirt was a little too long. I am 5’6 and it was about 1″ too long. In the picture I actually rolled the waist so it wouldn’t drag on the grass. I loved this skirt. It was amazing soft. Urban couldn’t stop touching it either. It was incredibly soft.
Urban’s take: He loved this outfit. He didn’t notice the seam until I mentioned it. But after I mentioned it he couldn’t stop looking at it. The purse was a toss up. He didn’t really have an opinion. He wanted me to keep the shirt and skirt. Sorry, Urbie (pet name) it didn’t fit well enough to spend the $80+ that the outfit would have cost.
Alice Blue Johnson Crochet Detail Tank
The next piece that I got in my box was an Alice Blue Johnson Crochet Detail Tank. I was underwhelmed when I saw this top. Jennifer suggested pairing it with white skinny jeans. I put it on and………fell in LOVE. I loved this outfit. It’s a keeper. It was the cheapest item in my box as well $38. One note on this top. The white part is very see through. You can see in the picture that I have a nude cami on. I also bent over to see if it would hang down. With a 1 year old I am constantly bending over. It was perfect. It didn’t budge. I can’t say enough great things about this top.
Another picture because I didn’t want to take this top off. This weekend is suppose to be hot and I can’t wait to wear this. Not sure where we are going, but I am going to have this top on.
Urban’s take: He whistled when I came out in the white jeans/top. 🙂 After 17 years a whistle is a good sign!
French Grey Melinda Cold Shoulder Dress
I loved this dress. When I opened my box this was the first item my eyes went to. I really wanted to keep this dress but it didn’t fit. My torso is long and the waist didn’t hit right. The size I am wearing is small so I could have went up to a medium but I was afraid that the top would be too big. I am hoping that Jennifer can find something similar that will fit better.
Urban’s take: He hated this dress and I mean did not like it all. Turned his nose up like my two older boys do to broccoli. lol He agreed it didn’t fit correctly but he really didn’t like the color. WHAT?? I loved this color it was a mustard yellow color with tiny flowers.
And that is my review for May. Be sure to sign up for a chance to win $40 gift card to Stitch Fix.
Unit next time………