After having kids, I’ve gradually let myself get to a place where I live in jeans that don’t fit quite right and v-neck shirts that aren’t flattering in the least. I’ve been unhappy with my style for awhile now and that needed to change, but because the thought of hauling three kids solo through a mall while needing to try things sounds sounds like some form of medieval torture, I needed to go a different route. Enter Stitch Fix (and cue the singing angels). I’m thrilled to share my Stitch Fix Review with y’all today!
Before I show you what I received in my box, let’s review what Stitch Fix is and how it works. Stitch Fix is the personal styling service tailored to your taste, budget, and lifestyle that helps you look and feel your best every day. After signing up (with no commitment, I might add), you fill out an extensive style profile so your stylist can pick pieces that she thinks will suit you best.
When you’re ready to receive you first Fix, you simply schedule it online. While there is a $20 styling fee paid before your box is sent, that $20 applies directly to any pieces you choose to purchase. Everything comes perfectly packaged and includes cards to show recommendations on how to style each piece, an invoice with the breakdown of prices, and a return envelope for items you may not want. Bonus: if you choose to keep all five pieces sent to you, you get a 25% discount on it all!
I even found a few pieces on the style cards that I might want to try in a future fix. How cute are the two tops here?!
Now on to the fun part: what I was sent!
1. Filbert Arrow Print Henley Blouse from 41Hawthorne – $58
As soon as I pulled this shirt out of the box, I fell in love. I loved the fabric, the cut, the print, and most of all, how the sleeves and hem were finished. Love.
2. Freida Skinny Jean from Mavi – $98
I specifically asked for a pair of jeans because I hate shopping for denim. I seriously dread it. These jeans are much more than I would typically spend on denim, but I’m caving this time for a few reasons: 1. they are ridiculously soft, 2. they are so stretchy, and 3. they are the perfect length. Sold.
3. Anchorage Solid Canvas Tote from Street Level – $58
When I first pulled this tote out of my box, I wasn’t 100% sure about it, but after playing with it a little more, I realized it’s actually the perfect bag for this busy momma. It’s big enough to haul all of Sarah’s baby goodies around in with separate pockets to hold all of my usual purse contents, plus its made of durable canvas. Here’s the thing though: I’ve already got a really similar bag that already does that job.
4. Kindley Henley Blouse from Pixley – $68
Although this looks like a flannel shirt, it’s actually made of the softest material and I was excited to try it on. It’s a longer length, flowy, and not clingy at all which gave it high marks in my book. The Husband wasn’t a huge fan of the plaid print, though, which eliminated it from contention.
5. Chancery Open-Back Blouse from Sweet Rain – $44
I loved the color palette of this top. Navy and pink seriously speak to my heart, but that’s about where the love stops. The open back was a neat thought, but I’m not sure I really like the drape of it. The other downfall of this tank is the arm holes. They were just so big and showed any tank or bra I was wearing underneath.
I think for my first Stitch Fix, it was awesome! I tried on some pieces that I wouldn’t have normally wouldn’t have and I ended up with two new pieces of clothing that I’m so excited about. While I spent a smidge more than I would have if I went to Target, I was able to get higher quality clothing that will last and fits. It’s like I went shopping at a department store without the hassle. I’m totally going to be signing up for another Fix soon!
Disclaimer: I bought and paid for the box on my own. This post was in no way sponsored by Stitch Fix. If you do choose to click any of the links to sign up for your own box, I do get a small referral bonus that applies to my next fix.Pin It