Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Stitch Fix Review #4

Well my Stitch Fix this month was less than exciting, but fortunately I was able to find something that I liked enough to buy.  Oh, are you still wondering what this Stitch Fix is all about?  Well let me give you a quick overview.  Stitch Fix is an online personal shopping service.  You fill out a survey on your style preferences, a link to your Pinterest style boards, if you have one, and then every month, for a $20 fee, they send you 5 articles of clothing.  If you decide to buy anything, they apply the $20 fee towards your total.  If you decide to buy everything they send, they take 25% off your whole order.  Needless to say, even though I wasn't thrilled with this month's box, I am hooked and love everything about it!

***UPDATE!!! 1/15/14--A representative from Stitch Fix emailed me personally and apologized for my disappointment in my last Fix.  She asked me to list out things that I am hoping to see and any other additional information that I can give them about my style etc.  So I did.  I am confident that they will pull through and send me a box next month that is nothing less than awesome!

So let me show you what I got...

#1-Kut from the Kloth button-up shirt   $48
What I liked about this shirt is that it's a button up that fits my chest.  I like the color and the type of material.  I like that it's fitted.  I like that I can layer it if I want to.  


#2-THML cotton cardigan   $64
I liked the colors of this one.  I liked the fit.  The arms were too long for me though, and I kinda feel it was slightly too short.  I am also glad that the stylists listened to me when I told then I needed washable items.  What I disliked was that it was $64.  I also was slightly annoyed that they sent me a cardigan when I stated last month that I didn't need anymore.


#3 Ellison knit sweater   $64
There was nothing, and I do mean NOTHING that I liked about this sweater.  I felt like I was wearing a paper bag with a sheet over it.  The color was awful, the material was worse.  The sleeves were too long and I feel like it made me look frumpy, heck, I felt frumpy.


#4-Daniel Rainn peasant blouse   $64
I liked the color of this shirt, I really did.  But the color couldn't make up for the fact that it was fumpy, had the worst sleeves ever, and had a cut out at my cleavage that looked like a bullseye.  In the 5 minutes I was wearing this shirt, I had marks on my arms from the elastic on the cuffs.  It was awful. 


#5-Street Level crossbody bag    $48
I do love a good purse, but I didn't feel this was one of them.  First off, I don't even think my wallet would have fit in this, let alone, diapers, snacks, bandaides and whatever else I carry.  Sure this could be a "just going out" type of purse, but well, we don't go out much, and when we do, I already have a small one that I like.  Plus, I specifically asked for no accessories in my boxes since I don't wear a lot of jewelry and, as I stated, I already have a good stash of purses.


So all in all, not too thrilled with this box.  I really was hoping this would be the box that completely fit me in every way possible.  However, I feel that my stylist totally missed the mark.  I am hoping that next month is way better.

To read about my other Stitch Fix reviews, click here.

Want to try Stitch Fix yourself?  Well you should!  I would love to invite you using my referral link! What do I get if you click through my link?  I get a $25 credit towards my next Fix.  If you refer people, you get it too!  So why not try it out, you got nothing to lose and everything to gain!  Let me know if you try it out too, I'd love to chat, if you already get Stitch Fix, let me know what your recent box came with!

1 comment:

  1. The first and second shirts make U look happy.......


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