Hey everyone! I ordered another Stitch Fix that came over the weekend and I couldn’t wait to share my new fix with ya’ll! My other two Stitch Fix posts (here and here) are some of my most popular posts on my blog, so I’m really excited to share another one! For those of you who aren’t familiar with the company, here’s how it works:
Stitch Fix picks out five pieces to send to you to try on based on your answers to their style profile quiz. You can schedule your Fix to arrive on any date you’d like. They charge a $20 styling credit, which will go towards whatever items you decide to keep. When you get the items, you try everything on and send back what you don’t want. Your Fix comes with a pre-paid return envelope, so returning is super simple – you just drop the bag off in your local USPS mailbox.
So let’s see what I got this time! (My apologies for not writing down the brands this time – I’m working from memory today)
Polka dot top – $35: I’ve received polka dots in every single Fix so far…it’s like they know me or something! I am so happy to say that this top fit perfectly, so obviously I kept it! I’ve already worn it once, and I love that it’s appropriate for either work or play.
Kensie pink peplum jersey top – $28: Pink! Peplum! I wanted to love this shirt, but I couldn’t. The fabric was extremely thin and showed off everything that was going on underneath the shirt. No thank you!
Blue Dress – $58: I love the color of this dress, but unfortunately, the fit was off. It sat too high in the waist and the overall length was too short for my liking. I swear, some of the clothes these days just make me feel like a giant person (I’m only 5’7!).
Collective Concepts houndstooth dress – $78: Fit and flare? Black and white? Sold! This dress fit great and was a definite keeper. This is one of those pieces that just screams versatility! I can’t wait to wear it in the colder months with tights, boots, cardigans, blazers, scarves…the remixing possibilities are endless!
Collective Concepts Polka Dot Dress – $78: This is the same dress as above, but a different print. I was slightly disappointed to receive two of the same thing, but I definitely loved both dresses. In the end, I went with the houndstooth because I figured it would be more versatile.
So here’s a breakdown of what I paid: houndstooth dress ($78) + polka dot top ($35) = $113 – $50 credit = $63.00 total
Overall, what do you guys think? Would you have made the same decisions? Have you tried Stitch Fix before? Let me know what you think!
This is not a sponsored post. I was not compensated by Stitch Fix in any way. However, if you sign up for Stitch Fix using my referral link (and place an order), I will receive a $25 credit.