Stitch Fix Review #26 + $20 Gift Card Giveaway!
I loooooved last month’s Stitch Fix box and all the pretty dresses I got. Very rarely do I return every single item that I receive, but this was one of those months. It is my fault, as I did not update my Pinterest board or write a note to my stylist.
How Stitch Fix Works
If you are not familiar with Stitch Fix, you better get with the program! You pay a $20 styling fee upfront per box. 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. Get 25% off if you buy all five items. Easy, right?! You can sign up here.
What’s In My Box This Month
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Brixon Ivy Kalu Lace Sleeve Blouse – $58
I have received a similar shirt in the past. While I love the color and style, I do not show my arms very much. And it would be a sin to cover up that beautiful lace with a cardigan! I could not justify spending the money when I know I would just not be comfortable wearing it. However, I think it is a gorgeous shirt and you should add it to your Pinterest board!
American Able Bexlee Cross Front Knit Top – $32
When will women’s clothing be made with fabric that isn’t transparent? I don’t really wear white, but I love the cross detail. Maybe if it was in another color. I just prefer to NOT have to wear another shirt underneath.
Napean Sea Rd Foley One Pocket Top – $58
I am all about a plaid shirt and my comfy boots. But this shirt fit all wrong. The hem at the shoulder made me looks so broad and the arms were a little long. Weird.
Colette Chavez Pop Color Cuff Knit Top – $48
This was the most interesting item in my box and I probably would have kept it if the cuffs were a different color. I hate chartreuse. lol
DL1961 Azalia Skinny Jean – $148
This didn’t fit, so I returned them, but I’m not sure I would have kept them had they fit. I’ve never paid over $100 jeans, and even that seems pricey to me. But they seemed high quality.
So that’s my Stitch Fix review! Even thought I didn’t keep anything this month, I look forward to my next fix and my wallet thanks me. 🙂
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