One thing I really liked about Stitch Fix is that they ask a LOT of questions about your personal style including links to your Pinterest boards and other social media so their stylists can get an idea of what you like. I could also choose to skip any specific item – dresses, bracelets, etc. (I skipped any accessories.) I also noted I was going on vacation soon so some pieces that would be cute but comfortable for my trip would be great!
Adrian Metallic Beach Tote ($68)
Cute bag, but I don’t really need it. Not for an extra $43 anyway. (Item cost minus my credit.)
Dovette Draped Detail Dress ($58)
This dress was really pretty and I do like the color. It’s just not great on me. I really need items that are more fitted at the waist. This is going back.
Fox Colorblock Sleeve Top ($48)
Cute shirt, but not cute enough to justify another $23. The colorblock on the sleeves is actually sheer, I would have preferred actual white (or another color) on the sleeve. Back in the bag.
Aspen Boat Neck Striped Cotton Tee ($48)
Good quality shirt, but I just don’t do tees. I do love a good boatneck though!
Danny 5-Pocket Knit Pants ($78)
I was not expecting to like these pants but they are super soft and stretchy and fit great! Would I have purchased them on their own at $78? Probably not. But for $50, sure. I think I’ll actually get a lot of wear out of them!
Another thing I like about Stitch Fix? They include these cards with your order so you have some styling ideas.
Bottom Line: Would I try Stitch Fix again? Definitely. I do think it’s a fun idea and I think the more fixes I order, the better my stylist will get to know me and what I like. I did leave a review of this order- what I liked and what I didn’t like so hopefully the next box will be even better!
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