Stitch Fix #3 Review – May 2015

Stitch Fix

What is Stitch Fix? It’s pretty simple. Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription styling service. It costs $20 per box, which covers the styling fee. You try on the clothes, keep the ones you like, return the ones you don’t. Pay for the items you keep and the $20 styling fee gets applied to that cost. Easy, right?! You can sign up here.

Woo patterns and colors! I usually squeal at this moment.

Stitch Fix Box

Your Stitch Fix stylist includes a styling card to show how you can wear each item, and a personalized note just for you. My stylist, Brookelyn, listened to my request for a pencil skirt and even checked out my Pinterest board to see what I liked!

Stitch Fix Product Card

41Hawthorn Moni Abstract Chevron Stud Detail Blouse – $58 [Return]

I pinned this shirt on my Pinterest style board, so I was very pleased to see it! Strangely, it didn’t fit. It is almost the exact same style as another shirt in this box, but it was tight in the arms and across the chest. So I had to return it.

41Hawthorn Moni Abstract Chevron Stud Detail Blouse - April 2015 Stitch Fix

Pixley Joan Geo Print Pencil Skirt – $64 [Keep]

My stylist admitted she was “mixing things up” and being daring in sending me this skirt. I generally don’t gravitate towards loud prints. There is a definitely a lot going on with this skirt. But somehow it works, because I love it. This is why I love Stitch Fix. Because I pay for the service, I make sure I try on every item I receive. If I saw this in a store, I wouldn’t look twice at it. But I tried it on and it looked great on me! I also love this skirt because it isn’t stretchy. Stretchy materials tend to cling to my wide hips and make me look bigger. The length is perfect too.

Pixley Joan Geo Print Pencil Skirt - April 2015 Stitch Fix

Collective Concepts Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse – $54 [Return]

I really love the style of this shirt. But, I do own a lot of navy and am trying to expand my wardrobe, so I spent my money elsewhere this month. However, this is going in the “remember for later” vault in my brain.

Collective Concepts Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse - April 2015 Stitch Fix

Pixley Filbert Abstract Chevron Print Blouse – $58 [Keep]

This is the shirt that is the same style as the first one that didn’t fit. The pattern is different, but it has the same shape and sleeves. Yet, this one fits perfectly! This is another busy pattern that I’m not sure I would like, but I paired it with the skirt below and fell in love with the outfit.

Pixley Filbert Abstract Chevron Print Blouse - April 2015 Stitch Fix

Karen Kane Amara Pencil Skirt – $68 [Keep]

This skirt is stretchy yet loose, so it fit great. I love the length, as it ends just below the knees. I’m all about knee-length skirts. No mini skirts for me. Excuse my poor photography skills. It has been raining in Denver for a week and the lighting was not cooperating. I paired the skirt with the chevron print blouse and found my new favorite work outfit! Here is a picture of the whole outfit:

Pixley Filbert Abstract Chevron Print Blouse & Karen Kane Amara Pencil Skirt

I thought my stylist this month did a phenomenal job. Had the first shirt fit properly, I think I would have been enticed into buying the whole box. I love that I was challenged to try something out of my comfort zone. I also loved that I could easily mix and match all the items in the box.

By the way, if you purchase every item in your box, you get 25% off the entire purchase! Visit Stich Fix for more information.

My past Stitch Fixes:

Stitch Fix #2 – April 2015
Stitch Fix #1 – March 2015


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