It’s Stitch Fix time again. Here is what came in my eighth Stitch Fix. You can see my previous seven fixes here.
What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. You tell them your style, size, and budget preferences, and they send you a package of stylish goodies to try on at home. They’ll send you a box of 5 clothing and accessory items. You pay a $20 styling fee which will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment. You have 3 days to decide what you’ll keep. Return the items you don’t want in the pre-paid mailing bag at any USPS mailbox. If you buy all 5 items you save 25% off the entire shipment price.
This is what came in my Stitch Fix box:
Gilli Gabbiey Sleeveless Maxi Dress ($74.00): I absolutely love this dress. The color is beautiful and the dress is so comfortable. The material is soft, but has a nice stretch to it. I love the tie knot in the front and it’s a dress I can throw on a jacket or cardigan and wear to work. (My work doesn’t allow bare shoulders.)
Towne & Reese Alyssa Carved Enamel Drop Earrings ($28.00): At first, I was a little unsure of these earrings. I thought they were going to be heavy, but after trying them they are not heavy at all.
Liverpool Paley Lace Printed Denim Short ($44.00): These printed shorts scared me when I first pulled them out of the box. I thought the print was horrible. But then, I tried them on and actually really liked. Steve even complimented them and said they looked nice so that was a win for me.
Pomelo Landers Lattice Crochet Detail Tank (78.00): I really liked the crochet detail of this tank. I like that the tank is more dressy so I can throw something over top of it and wear it to work. I love versatile pieces that I can wear both to work or throw on with some jeans for a more casual look.
Loveappella Karissa Chevron Print Henley Tank ($48.00): I have to be honest, I am so scared of colorful prints. I am such a plain Jane and am always drawn toward solid tops, but this tank is cute and super comfortable. The material is really soft and has a nice stretch to it.
Overall: At first glance, I was really unsure of this entire box; however, once I tried on everything, I liked every piece. This is one great thing about Stitch Fix because I never would have picked these items out myself. This is the third time I’ve had Cindy for my stylist and again, for the third time, she hit the nail on the head. She was the stylist for my sixth and seventh fix. I kept every item in my sixth fix and I would have kept every item in my seventh except for the fact that most of the items were too small, but if those items would have fit me, I would have kept all of them as well.
For this fix:
- Merchandise total =$272.00
- Styling fee -$20.00
- Buy all discount -$63.00
Which averages out to be about $37.80 for each item with the buy all discount.
Comment below and tell me which item(s) you would have kept or returned!
See my previous fixes here:
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