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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Stitch Fix Review #5

I went ahead and got another Stitch Fix box.  It was kind of against my better judgement since I wasn't happy with my last two boxes, but, after an email written personally from one of their stylists, I decided to just go for it.  

I was not disappointed.

Article 1:  Redhouse striped hooded sweatshirt   $108
I loved everything about this sweater.  This was the first article I pulled out of the box and fell immediately in love. And I do mean, I was IN LOVE.  I still regret sending it back, but I cannot justify spending that kind of money on one shirt. 

Status: Returned



Article #2: Hallowell Ombre Knit Sweater   $48
This sweater was different for me.  My stylist even made a comment that this sweater would have been out of my comfort zone, they they were right!  It is DEFINITELY not something I would have picked up on my own.  But I LOVED the colors.  LOOOOVED them.  I sent this one back because I was not 100% on board with how it fit me.  It was a tad too short for me and the weird holes down the sides made me feel as though it looked like it was frayed.  So I passed.

Status:  Returned


Article 3:  Kingston Airy Knit Hi-LO Sweater   $68
First off, excuse my hair.  It was freezing the day we took these pictures and I had been inside with my hair in a pony tail most the day.  Where I didn't love the cut of this sweater, I loved the color of it. It was a great color.  It was soft and cozy.  I am not a fan of the hi-lo cut though.

Status:  Returned


Article 4:  Tilda Colorblock Raglan Sweater   $94
Oh my stylist was after my heart when they picked this sweater.  Not only was this sweater the perfect color, it fit great.  It was comfy and perfect.  But it was $94, so I had to pass.

Status:  Returned


Article 5:  Muliken Raglan Striped Snit Shirt  $48
Stripes I love, CHECK!  Amazing colors, CHECK!  Somewhat, but not really, a good price, CHECK!  It was expensive, but it was great. It was comfy.  It was great color for me.  It's perfect for summer, fall, winter and spring.  I loved everything about this shirt.  I loved this shirt ALMOST as much as I loved the first one in this post, BUT, this was $60 less.  So I went with this one.

Status:  Kept


I could have bought three things from this box, but the total of those three things would have pretty much been what the whole box cost with the discount.  I couldn't spend $260 on clothes this month, especially for only 5 articles.

So all in all, where I thought Stitch Fix was missing the mark with me last month, I am happy to say, their new picks for me this month were perfect.  The colors were great, the fits were better.  My only problems this time were the prices.  But I emailed them asking for more affordable prices, we will see if they are able to accommodate this next month, I hope they do because I love this service!

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

Don't forget if you want to try Stitch Fix yourself, use my referral link!  And then come back and let me know what you got, because I am excited to see what my friends get!!!

2 comments:

  1. U look pretty Jazzy.........

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  2. That first top was AMAZING! But, I am with you on the $$. Liking the one you kept. I have another box scheduled to ship later in March. Excited!!

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