I got another Stitch Fix! I apologize in advance that my photos aren’t the highest quality this time around. I usually shoot outside for better lighting but it’s been below 20 degrees here all week so I was not trying on these short sleeved and sleeveless outfits outside! I’m still figuring out the intricacies of indoor lighting, so bear with me.
If you’re not familiar, 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!
Kut from the Kloth Cai Bootcut Jeans – $88
I’ve stated on my style profile I don’t want pants, so when I saw jeans were coming I figured they’d be going back. Then when they arrived and I saw they were WHITE jeans, I knew there was no chance no matter how well they fit. Don’t get me wrong, white jeans look great on many people, but I am a known klutz. Why just this morning I spilled my cup of coffee all over my pants, couch, and blanket. Thank goodness i was just wearing black yoga pants and not $88 white jeans. These things wouldn’t last more than a day with me. The fit was decent but they were also a bit too long for me, and I’m not really short or anything (5’6″). This was the easiest thing for me to ever send back to Stitch Fix. Returned.
Papermoon Bastille Tulip Sleeve Blouse – $44
I really loved the color of this. I thought it was a little overpriced at $44 for a plain blouse, and I also wasn’t crazy about the style of the sleeves. I don’t know how much wear I would get out of it. Returned.
RD style Gia dress – $58
So out of the box this looked like a boring, overpriced black dress. I’m not really a boring black dress person. I have one black dress in my closet, don’t need another. Trying it on it was very tight and absolutely hugged every curve – and even the tiniest roll of fat. It was the type of dress I put on and thought to myself, if I lost about 20 pounds I would feel super confident wearing this! But I’m not going to keep it in my closet waiting/hoping that day will ever come, so back it goes. Returned.
41 Hawthorn Presley Color block button back sweater – $68
Sensing a trend with things that just weren’t worth the price in this box? To be fair, I pinned this item because I think it’s a neat pattern. But it would have to fit perfectly for me to keep it for $68, and unfortunately I found the sleeves to be just a bit too tight for comfort. Also it didn’t help that my husband hated it – he thought it was super dorky looking, especially with the buttons on the back. Returned.
Fun2Fun Walden V-neck blouse – $44
Because I didn’t want to end up losing my $20, this is what I ended up keeping. It’s a fun, bright color and a simple, lightweight shirt. The place where I work is super warm all the time so this will be good. Kept.
All in all I had some mixed feelings about this fix. I liked all the tops they sent well enough, but the dress and the white pants were definitely not me. I’ve been slacking a bit on leaving detailed notes so maybe I need to step up for next time!
If you’re interested in signing up for your own Fix, I would love it if you’d use my referral link – it would give me a $25 credit to use on a future fix, and doesn’t cost you anything. I used a friend’s link when I signed up for mine so I could help her out, so I know it’s much appreciated!
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