While my bank account is giving me a big high five for changing my Stitch Fix frequency to every three months from every month, I really miss seeing that pretty box on my doorstep as often as I used to! I was tracking that my latest shipment would arrive on New Year’s Eve, so I did a toe touch in my bathroom when Jamie grabbed it off of our front porch two days early. This is one of the biggest reasons that I’ve been subscribed to Stitch Fix for over two years; receiving each fix is such a low-risk treat that I enjoy immensely!
Let’s take a look at what my stylist sent along this month. 🙂
What is Stitch Fix?*
Stitch Fix is a stop-anytime apparel subscription service that sends customers five pieces of clothing and accessories once a month (or more or less depending on one’s preferences) based on price points that one designates in his or her profile. Stitch Fix stylists hand-pick what to send each customer based on one’s online profile created upon sign up. Customers are charged a $20 styling fee upfront per shipment, but the styling fee is later applied to any item(s) the customers chooses to keep. If one chooses to send back all five items, Stitch Fix keeps the $20 fee. A customer’s best bet is to keep at least one item since $20 has already been paid. Stitch Fix also includes a prepaid bag to send all unwanted items back. If a customer chooses to keep all five items, he or she gets a whopping 25% discount off of the entire box. So awesome!
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Market & Spruce Maeby Knit Dress
To be honest, I almost didn’t try this one on because the print is not my style at all. I know first-hand that sometimes my opinion of a piece changes once I put it on, so I gave it a shot. I really like the style and fit, but the print still isn’t something that fits me.
Le Lis Candis Ruffle Hem Knit Top
I absolutely loved this top the second I pulled it out of the box, but I immediately noticed that it might be a little big. I was still hopeful that it would look okay, but this style couldn’t be more unflattering on my body type. I think this is the cutest shirt on the right body type, but unfortunately not mine.
Le Lis Raymon Cross Back Knit Top
I don’t have very many sweaters, so I was really hopeful that I would like this light sweater. Initially it felt a little baggy, but I really liked it when I looked in the mirror; it almost looks like it’s mean to be worn a little loose! I also really like that it has a surprise pop in the back with the partial openness. I am keeping this one because I have a definite hole in my closet when it comes to everyday sweaters. Plus I love the fun back and relaxed fit. This is a winner that I was excited to hang in my closet!
Tinsel Finnmark Faux Suede and Faux Fur Vest
Oh, I love this so much and have nothing like it, but this one is also too big! 🙁 I know that I could exchange it, but at the $78 price point, I would only keep it if I were getting 25% off for keeping the whole box (which I’m not).
Liverpool Elizabeth Super Skinny Jean
I accidentally neglected to update my style profile before this fix, and I should have mentioned that I didn’t need/want any new jeans. This pair fit well but are too long anyway.
Market & Spruce Maeby Knit Dress – return
Le Lis Candis Ruffle Hem Knit Top – return
Le Lis Raymon Cross Back Knit Top – keep
Tinsel Finnmark Faux Suede and Faux Fur Vest – return
Liverpool Elizabeth Super Skinny Jean – return
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