We’ve hit the magical time of year here in Phoenix – it’s bright, sunny, and in the low 80’s. These few glorious months are the only reason that I even pretend to put up with the ridiculously hot summers that we have to deal with. As a way to celebrate the beauty of the weather, I decided my wardrobe needed a little Spring update and Stitch Fix was my first thought and because I know y’all love to peek at what I received, I’m sharing my Stitch Fix review with you 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!
Before I show off what I received, I just have to share my note from my stylist. After hearing rave reviews about Layla’s styling skills, I requested that she style me this time and I was so impressed! Not only did she write the most personal note that I’ve gotten yet, but she also nailed my style. I’ve got my fingers and toes crossed that she’ll be my stylist next time too
1. Skies Are Blue Colina Mix Material Knit Top – $58
Oh man, guys. I asked for spring ready tops and Layla delivered! When I pulled this top out of the box, I was immediately in love. The fabric is just dreamy and comfortable, the print is right on my money, and it has a sheer back that gives it a little bit of an unexpected punch. Love.
2. Kut from the Kloth Kate Distressed Boyfriend Jean – $88
I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about Kut from the Kloth denim from friends and I was super pumped to see that I’d been sent a pair to try. The fit was on point and I loved the cuff. Here’s the thing though: the distressing. While you can’t see it in the pictures, there is a pretty large area of distressing over one of the knees that was already stretching in the two times that I tried these pants on. As much as I wanted to keep them, it just didn’t make sense with chasing a baby around all day long.
3. Papermoon Ethil Embroidery Trim Woven Back Knit Top – $44
For some reason, I’ve always had an issue with the cobalt blue color. It just isn’t “me.” I was a little worried about this top when I pulled it out of the box, but was swayed by the amazingly soft fabric. So. Dang. Soft! The fabric alone made me want to like this, but it ended up being too short on my long torso. Also, I could not for the life of me figure out what shoes to pair with it.
4. Brixon Ivy Sylvester Split Neck Blouse – $54
There’s a special place in my heart for a split neck blouse with rolled, three quarter sleeves. I’m not even kidding when I say that I own at least 8 of them in different patterns and colors. The Husband has realized that I have an obsession and suggested that maybe I take a break from my tried and true favorite style and you know what? I sadly had to agree.
5. Street Level Abri Suede Envelope Clutch – $48
I asked for two things when I scheduled this fix: spring shirts and a fun bag and man – I loved this bag. It’s a great bag made with quality materials. Here’s the thing, though: I don’t get to go on as many date nights as I’d like and this bag just isn’t large enough to carry diapers, wipes, and all the goodness that is required by a toddler on a regular basis.
When all was said and done, I kept only one of the pieces, but I’m still super excited about that. It’s one more shirt that I have that I didn’t before and I didn’t have to go to a store with three kids in tow. Sold! I can’t wait for my next Fix!
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.
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