Hello, hello! I am doing it again! A Stitch Fix review that isn’t on a Friday. I have decided that instead of posting on a Friday I will post at the beginning of each month. That way you can see that latest for the month ahead. Keep reading to hear my Stitch Fix Review for September 2017.
Last month I looked online to see what my box contained. After that catastrophe I decided not to look and to be surprised. Very hard! First things first…..
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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.
The great thing about Stitch Fix is that they have something for practically everybody. From women’s to men’s and even maternity clothes.
This box I requested clothes for a family photo. We have pictures this weekend and I wanted something to wear for them.
In this box I received
Pistola Taylen Distressed Skinny Jeans $88
Kensie Halison Cold Shoulder Bell Sleeve Blouse $68
Look by M Sammie Plaid Scarf $34
Tinsel Joen Cargo Vest $78
Le Lis Alante Woven Back Knit Top $54
This month I requested distressed jeans and cute tops. I also stressed my budget. So I was really disappointed when all the clothing was over $50. But clothing wise Blake did awesome. In fact the reason most of it went back is because of the price.
First up Pistola Distressed Skinny Jeans & the Kensie Cold Shoulder Blouse
I loved, loved this outfit. The jeans fit perfect and were very comfy. After putting the blouse on I realized that I never wanted take this outfit off. Until, I saw the price of the blouse. The jeans were $88 totally in my budget for jeans. But the blouse was $68. I have never paid that much for a shirt, and it looks like I am not going to start. With tears in my eyes this blouse went back. I will miss you pretty red blouse!
Tinsel Joen Cargo Vest & Look by M Infinity Scarf
I kept the skinny jeans on and went more casual with the vest and scarf. I have never even tried on a vest like this on. I kinda liked it. I tried it on three different times, but just couldn’t love it. The scarf was ok. I wasn’t really feeling the color. Even though it went perfect with the vest. So back they both went.
Urban’s take: After the third time of trying it on, he was starting to feel it. He exact words. It doesn’t look bad. :). Thanks sweetie!
Le Lis Alante Woven Back Knit Top
Urban loved this top. This was his choice out of everything in the box for me to keep. But to me it was just kinda a blah. I loved the back though. If it had been a different color? It was $54 too. That is hard to swallow. A shot of the back.
In the end I only kept the jeans. But since I paired them very differently with three different tops I can tell they are going to be very versatile.
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