Stitch Fix #5 Review – July 2015

Stitch Fix Box

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! This might be my favorite part of opening the box.

Stitch Fix Patterns

Your Stitch Fix stylist includes a styling card to show how you can wear each item, and a personalized note just for you.

Stitch Fix Styling Card

I kept EVERYTHING in my last Stitch Fix so I requested the same stylist, Brookelyn, and asked her to style me in some great pieces for weddings and bridal parties. Tis the season for weddings!

Skies Are Blue Moraga Cut Out Detail Blouse – $48 [Keep]

I am obsessed with this shirt. I was just out shopping with my mom and she was telling me I need to wear more of a certain color. THIS is the color! I love the detail. The arm holes are big, and I know that bothers some people so I thought I would mention it. However, they are not too low and my bra doesn’t show.

Skies are Blue Moraga Cut Out Detail Blouse - Stitch Fix #5

Eight Sixty Kip Dress – $64 [Return]

This dress could be cute with some accessorizing, but it did not fit me in the hips. The pattern doesn’t thrill me but I love the colors.

Eight Sixty Kip Dress - Stich Fix #5

For some reason I really like the zipper in the back.

Eight Sixty Kip Dress Back - Stich Fix #5

Brixon Ivy Lex Textured Floral Knit Fit & Flare Dress – $74 [Return]

I wanted this dress to work out soooo badly! I fell in love with it immediately. I could not get it to zip up past my waist though. I love navy too, but I don’t think white is flattering on me. So it was a toss up from the beginning.

Brixon Ivy Floral Fit and Flare Dress - Stich Fix #5

London Times Avie Dress – $88 [Return]

This dress has such a fun retro feel to it! I don’t usually go for retro. The sleeves are lacy and flowy instead of fitted. It was soooo comfortable! However, the horizontal band is right at my widest area, my hips. It did not look flattering on me.

London Times Avie Dress - Stitch Fix #5

Gilli Kolby Printed Skirt – $54 [Return]

I don’t normally do stripes. I have wide hips and they do not need to be emphasized. However, I was bold in a past Stitch Fix and kept a skirt that did have stripes. The difference between these skirts is this one is really stretchy, so it clings to me. The other one was more of a classic pencil skirt. This one was not flattering, so it was sent back.

Gilli Kolby Printed Skirt

This box was just okay for me, but I kept a shirt that I absolutely love! And I’m not even waiting for wedding season, I’ve been wearing it everywhere.

My past Stitch Fixes:

Stitch Fix #4 – June 2015
Stitch Fix #3 – May 2015
Stitch Fix #2 – April 2015

Stitch Fix #1 – March 2015

Need More Fix? Check These Out:

Stitch Fix #11 Stitch Fix #10 Stitch Fix #9 Stitch Fix #8 Stitch Fix #7 Stitch Fix #6 Stitch Fix #4 Stitch Fix #2 Stitch Fix #1

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2 Comments on Stitch Fix #5 Review – July 2015

  1. Michelle Ayers
    July 19, 2015 at 11:50 am (3 years ago)

    I really like the color of the blue shirt too!


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