I am quite late on posting about my fix that arrived almost a month ago. Nothing excites me more than Fix Day and Nicole pulled together five great summer staples that I couldn’t wait to try on!
For those of you who may be unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, let me explain.
What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is an online styling service that works to serve both men and women, petite and plus-size figures as well as women needing maternity clothing.
To get started, you can click the following link to create your free style profile where you will set your style of clothing, size and budgetary preferences.
When you are ready, you can set up your first fix date and also your fix frequency. I have mine set to On-Demand. When I first signed up, I was getting fixes monthly. Knowing I was buying a house, I became more conservative with my money and cut down on all monthly expenses. You’ll be able to choose from every 2-3 weeks, every month, every other month or every 3 months. If you know you have a fix coming up and need to change or cancel the date, Stitch Fix has you covered! Just log into your account and update your fix date.
Try everything on in the comfort and convenience of your own home. Keep what you love and send back what you don’t in the pre-paid postage bag. The great part of Stitch Fix is how they credit you the $20 styling fee as long as you purchase at least one item. If you love it all, you get the $20 credit and a buy 5 discount towards your order!
At the checkout, be sure to leave specific and meaningful feedback to make your next fix even better!
Let’s see what Nicole pulled for me this time!
DANIEL RAINN ESTEFANY LACE DETAIL SPLIT NECK BLOUSE
I have one Daniel Rainn blouse in my closet that I ordered from a Nordstrom Rack clearance sale. It is one of my favorite–if not, my absolute favorite–tops in my closet. I love the material, the pattern the fit, everything. So, you can imagine my excitement when I learned that Stitch Fix began carrying Daniel Rainn. Nicole was sure to include one Daniel Rainn for me this time—the one that came last time was not exactly my style. She sent it in a cobalt blue, which I loved instantly! The material was light and flowy–perfect for summer!
PIXLEY JEFFERSON EMBROIDERED YOKE BLOUSE
I loved this piece as I pulled it out of the box. It was a light-weight navy blouse that I imagined wearing with several different bottoms. I really hoped this top would look as great on me as it looked on a hanger. When I tried it on, the fit was generally great except for the armholes. This top showed an unfavorable amount of side boob, and ultimately, I decided not to keep it.
KUT FROM THE KLOTH ROBIN PRINTED DRAWSTRING SHORT
From the box, I was intrigued by these shorts. They were very light material. When held up to the window light, I could see through the fabric a bit, but decided that I’d give them a chance. They were the most comfortable shorts ever. Drawstring waist, and flowy. I believe I had asked for some flowy clothes for the dog days of summer—pieces that flow away from the body and Nicole was sure not to disappoint! The drawstring shorts go really well with the navy Pixley Jefferson Embroidered Yoke Blouse. Ultimately, these shorts were my swing vote—I liked them, but I wouldn’t have been heartbroken if I sent them back.
JUST BLACK DIAN STEP RELEASED HEM SKINNY JEAN
I love a sexy pair of white denim jeans. I love a sexy pair of white denim jeans that go on like butter. These jeans did not disappoint. They slid on like butter and smoothed over all the right spots. They fit amazing—like every other pair of pants I have ever received from Stitch Fix. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Stitch Fix has never seen me in person, nor do they have my exact measurements. Yet, they have nailed my pants size time and time again—better, I might add—than I can buy pants for myself! These are an absolute keep!
MARKET & SPRUCE KESEY KNIT ROMPER
I have been interested in seeing what a romper would look like on me. Part of me worried it would make me look like this one photo of me as a child. Although, I thought the romper was extremely comfortable and the pattern on it was fun and not really offensive, I ultimately decided to send it back. For the cost, I couldn’t rationalize keeping it. I also couldn’t determine where I would wear such a thing, aside from the beach. And at $64, that would have been a very expensive beach cover up.
- Daniel Rainn Estefany Lace Detail Split Neck Blouse…$64.00 (KEEP)
- Pixley Jefferson Embroidered Yoke Blouse…$48.00 (RETURN)
- Kut From The Kloth Robin Printed Drawstring Short…$58.00 (KEEP)
- Just Black Dian Step Released Hem Skinny Jean…$88.00 (KEEP)
- Market & Spruce Kesey Knit Romper…$64.00 (RETURN)
For my next fix, I requested a trendy back-to-school outfit and a great pair of sandals. Let’s see what Nicole puts together for me! I promise not to wait over a month to post it!
Also, I’ve already worn my favorite outfit a few times since it arrived!