My Second Stitch Fix!

Yay, my second stitch fix arrived today!!!  I swear I was like a kid on Christmas morning waiting to open my presents.  This month my stylist hit it on the head.  I asked her if she would focus more on tops instead of pants (since I am still loosing weight and just didn’t really want to purchase any pants right now).  I always tell myself, I don’t need everything, well I actually kept everything in this fix (although there was one shirt I didn’t love, I kept just due to I wanted to keep four items and it was cheaper to keep all five.)

What is Stitch Fix?  It is an online personal style subscription box.  Here is how to begin –

  1. Fill out your style profile.  In here it includes your size, style, budget, and you can even leave a note to your stylist about what you are looking for.  If you have a Pinterest board you can even sync it up so  your stylist knows a little more about your style.
  2.  Once you set up your style profile, you can choose when you want to receive your StichFix.  I set mine up to receive it monthly.  On that day, you will be charged a $20 styling fee and five items will be shipped directly to your home.  If you keep at least one item (which I would recommend) your styling fee will be applied to your order.  If you keep everything, you will get a 25% discount off your entire order.
  3. You have three days to decided on your order.  Once you have tried everything on and have decide on what you are keeping you will check out on your Stitch Fix account and then mail the rest of your order will be mailed back to Stitch Fix in a prepaid envelope

 

Pixley Abriella Waffle Knit Cardigan – $48 – Kept

I love love love this cardigan.  It is a slate blue in color and has a waffle weave.  I felt that it was a warm cardigan, but was also light weight were it wouldn’t smother me on a warm spring day.

I paired it with a white tank, my Tomboy Jeans and a pair of black loafers.  It is a perfect running errand or playing with the kids sweater.

Skies are Blue Dupree Split Neck Blouse – $58 – Kept

When I pulled this shirt out of the box, I knew I was keeping it.  I am on a royal blue kick here lately and I knew I just had to have this shirt.  Plus it is Oklahoma City Thunder blue so it would be a perfect shirt to wear during Thunder games!  I loved how you could dress it way up or just dress it with a pair of jeans and call it good. It was very flowy and soft.

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I went for the dressy look and paired it with a pair of black pants and royal blue heels, but you so could wear it with just a pair of jeans and ballet flats.

Market & Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top – $48 – Kept

Wow this shirt is AMAZING.  It is the perfect on the go shirt.  It is very soft and light weight.  When I saw this shirt, I instantly knew that I was going to keep this one.

I paired it with my favorite pair of Tomboy Jeans and white loafers.

Skies are Blue Sia Embroidery Peasant Top – $58 – Kept

This is such a fun top.  I love Peasant tops and this one is officially one of my favorites.  It is lightweight, but still long sleeve, great for early spring.  The color is a pretty dark navy with golden embroidery.   This shirt would look great for just running errands or cute for a casual date night with the family. 

I paired it with my favorite skinny jeans and brown riding boots.

 

Skies are Blue Falcon Lace Yoke Blouse – $68 – Kept

Although I liked this shirt, I really didn’t want to keep it (although I did, because keeping all five items was cheaper than sending this one back).  I did like the look of this top and the lace on the neck line (although I would have a hard time concealing my bra strap or tank).  I just didn’t feel the comfort in this shirt like I did the other four.  Although, I know that I will give this shirt a second and third chance, because I have been looking for a really cute black top. 

I paired it with a pair of dark jeans and my favorite leopard heels. 

 

To sign up to receive your own fix, — Click Here please note that this post is not sponsored by StitchFix however I do receive a credit if you sign up using my link.

 

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My first Stitch Fix!

I have always wanted to try Stitch Fix but have never took the plunge until this month!  My box arrived today and I have been so excited.

What is Stitch Fix?  It is an online personal style subscription box.  Here is how to begin –

  1. Fill out your style profile.  In here it includes your size, style, budget, and you can even leave a note to your stylist about what you are looking for.  If you have a Pinterest board you can even sync it up so  your stylist knows a little more about your style.
  2.  Once you set up your style profile, you can choose when you want to receive your StichFix.  I set mine up to receive it monthly.  On that day, you will be charged a $20 styling fee and five items will be shipped directly to your home.  If you keep at least one item (which I would recommend) your styling fee will be applied to your order.  If you keep everything, you will get a 25% discount off your entire order.
  3. You have three days to decided on your order.  Once you have tried everything on and have decide on what you are keeping you will check out on your Stitch Fix account and then mail the rest of your order will be mailed back to Stitch Fix in a prepaid envelope.

Here is a look at my first Stitch Fix

Shiraleah Red Jesse Crossbody Bag – $54.00 (Returned)

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This bag was awesome and I was in love with it.  I did return it and I feel like I will kick myself tomorrow because I returned it.  (I just got a Kate Spade Purse from D for Christmas and I know how proud he is of it so I didn’t want to add another bag to my collection just yet.)  It was made of suede and was super soft.  It had a pouch in front (shown) that had a button clasp and it had a zipper pocket in the back.  The inside was blue and white paisley.  It was super lightweight and had a strap to be a crossbody and it also had where you could wear it as a wristlet.  Oh how I wish I kept this purse.

Skies are Blue Avena Split Neck Top – $54.00 (Kept)

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I loved this shirt from the moment I pulled it out of the box.  It is loose-fitting but still flattering.  It is a high low-cut.  Walking around the house it didn’t make me feel very restricted.  I paired it with the jeans that was in my Fix along with some red ballet flats.

Kut From The Kloth Maribel Straight Leg Jean – $88.00 (Returned)

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Oh these jeans, in total love with them however I did return them because I am still on my weight loss journey and feel like $88 is a real investment in a pair of jeans and all though I would pay that for them, I just don’t want to purchase them and then a month down the road they be too big.  Hopefully my stylist will add them to a later fix when I lose all my weight.

Skies are Blue Gino Mixed Material Cardigan – $58.00 (Returned)

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This cardigan I actually hated in person, it was really big and made me feel frumpy.  Although looking in the picture I kinda liked it (even though it was big).  It was really itchy on and just made me feel like I was drowning in it.  I paired it with a pair of dark skinny jeans and black ballet flats.

Market & Spruce Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater $58.00 (Kept)

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This sweater pulling it out of the box and seeing the elbow patches I knew I was returning it, however once I tried it on and wore it for a little bit I fell in love with it.  It is very light weight and super soft.  The color is a cool mint green that will be a perfect early spring sweater.  I’m still not sure of the elbow pads, but I loved the sweater so much I looked passed it.  I paired it with a pair of skinny jeans and some brown riding boots.  I know I will get a lot of use out of this sweater.

 

Okay so the low down on my first Fix, I knew that I would not love everything in my first fix, however I loved almost all of it.  My stylist did an awesome job, especially for my first one and not really knowing my needs and likes.  Going into this I really didn’t know what to expect so I didn’t request anything or tell any specifics.  I wanted to be surprised and really step out of my comfort zone.  I did send her my Pinterest board on what I liked and I think she did a fabulous job picking items out for me.  The checkout process was super easy and mailing back was a snap.  I can’t wait for my next fix.

 

To sign up to receive your own fix, — Click Here please note that this post is not sponsored by StitchFix however I do receive a credit if you sign up using my link.