It’s that time again – Stitch Fix! Stitch Fix is a subscription box service that has you fill out a style profile survey, and then they send you 5 clothing items to try on – you decide what to keep and what to send back!
I had the same stylist that I’ve had since the beginning, Julie. She’s usually spot on, but I will admit I was just a bit disappointed with this fix. I had asked for dresses, skirts, and shirts for summer, and while she did do that, she didn’t consider any of my other requests. I asked for items that were machine washable and only got one. And I had also explicitly stated on my style profile “no maxis” – and I got two maxi dresses and skirt. So that was a bit disappointing, but I’m willing to give her another chance.
Carlita Multi Chevron Print Maxi Dress – $78
This was probably my second favorite item in the fix. If I liked the maxi dress style more I probably would have kept it, as I thought the pattern was fun and the cut was flattering. One minor issue is that it was a little low cut in the chest area, which would have made it difficult to wear for work. Verdict: Sent back.
Montezuma Split Neck Blouse – $44
Out of the box this was a really cute shirt. And I think on someone else it would look awesome. My issue was that it was a bit tight on me and the fit just wasn’t very good. It sat weird on my chest area. It’s totally see-through but works well with a tank underneath. Verdict: Sent back.
Amery Mixed Material Knit Top – $44
Definitely the biggest disappointment in the box. $44 dollars for a plain white tank top that was completely see through? I’m okay with wearing a tank under a shirt, but a tank under a tank is just silly. No way. Verdict: Sent back.
Alanis Maxi Skirt – $44
The design of the this skirt was okay, but it was really long and had a ton of fabric. In the picture I had it pulled up to just under my chest and it was still dragging a little. Perhaps this would be a good one for someone that is very tall and likes maxi skirts. Verdict: sent back.
Tom Maxi Dress – $74
I really liked the look and pattern of this dress. The price is a bit high, but I liked the way it looked on me and I didn’t want to lose my styling fee so I decided to give this one a try. I don’t think I’ll ever be a big maxi dress fan but I will give this one a try. It’s super soft and comfortable and I do think I’ll get use out of it. Verdict: Kept.
So while last month was probably my favorite fix, I have to say this might have been my least favorite. Three of the items were things I explicitly stated I didn’t want, and the white tank is a disappointment. Hoping the next fix in July is better!
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