Review: Stitch Fix #4

Hey everyone! I ordered another Stitch Fix and I couldn’t wait to post about it! You can view my past Stitch Fix posts here. 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…

Stitch Fix 5-1

Matty M colorblock fit and flare dress – $38: I just adore this dress, and the price was right, but unfortunately it was too tight. If it had come in a size up, I definitely would’ve kept it! Oh well.

Stitch Fix 5-2

Moon Collection box pleat skirt – $48: This skirt is perfect! Please excuse the wrinkles, and just trust me that this looks really cute on! It fits me at knee length, which is great for work. The fit and flare cut is flattering for my body type, and I love the slight retro feel of this skirt. This was a keeper!

Stitch Fix 5-3

Eight Sixty arrow print racer back tank – $58: I really liked this top when I tried it on, but I felt like the price was a little high for a tank, so I sent it back. I love the print though!

Stitch Fix 5-4

Ezra ruffle trim striped shirt – $28: This is officially my new favorite shirt and I wish I could wear it every day! Obviously, I kept this one. I’ll be wearing it in tomorrow’s blog post!

Stitch Fix 5-5

Mak 3/4 sleeve button-up cardigan – $38: I love this cardigan, but I already have a very similar navy cardigan from Target, so I couldn’t justify having another one.

So here’s a breakdown of what I paid: box pleat skirt ($48) + ruffle trim striped shirt ($28) = $76 – $75 credit = $1.00 total (Yes, that’s for real! So awesome!)

Overall, what do you guys think? Have you tried Stitch Fix before? Let me know in the comments!

XOXO Miranda

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.


12 thoughts on “Review: Stitch Fix #4

  1. Shame about that dress because I really like it. Plus, it’s twirly, duh. My boss has a shirt like that ruffle trimmed one and I kind of loved it so I’m glad it’s fashion-blogger approved!

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  4. How did you have a 75 dollar credit? I just got my first fix and it didn’t make sense money to send things back with the 20 dollar credit and buy all discount. I also got the arrow and kept it because it was my favorite.

    • Hi Jess, I had the $75 credit from referrals. Any time you refer a friend to use Stitch Fix and they make a purchase, you get a $25 credit (it’s set up for everyone, not a blogger perk!). I’ve posted several Stitch Fix reviews on my blog, so I have received several credits over the past year or so.

      I do agree with you that the $20 styling fee essentially means that you should keep at least one item per fix, or else you are out $20. Luckily for me, I have loved at least one item in all of my fixes!

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