I haven’t gotten a Stitch Fix since October because my last fix was so good, I kept the whole box! I knew I’d need time to save up some more money, and with the holidays it’s not a great time to be spending even more. So this was my first one in about three months.
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!
My stylist, Julie, has been with me since the beginning. This time around she sent me a couple of things that fit my style really well, and a couple of things to push me out of my comfort zone and try something new. I like that she does that because I end up with clothing pieces I’d never pick out myself otherwise.
Tinsel Hattie Button Down Top – $44
In general I’m not a huge fan of button down shirts. This one was actually cute as I don’t have much plaid, but I didn’t love it enough to keep it. It was also extremely wrinkly when it came out of the box. Which of course can be fixed, but it says to me that when this shirt is wrinkly and others aren’t, it’s one that is going to wrinkle very easily, and that’s just annoying.
Verse Larissa Knit Dress – $48
This was something that was more of my typical style. It fit well, and the length was good. I liked the purple pattern because I’ve realized I don’t have all that much purple in my closet. In the photos I wore it with a black sweater on top because if you didn’t notice, it was snowing while we were photographing! It’s actually sleeveless. I was super on the fence about this one because I wasn’t totally in love with it, but it will be a great option for work so I decided to keep it.
Gilli Colbie Knit Dress – $68
As Julie mentioned in her note, she gave me a couple of styles to push me outside of my comfort zone a little bit. And one of them was this shift dress, which is a style I don’t really have. And at first I wasn’t sure – I liked the colors but I’m used to wearing dresses that have a defined waist. I’m always afraid anything without one will make me look fat. But to my surprise I loved how this dress looked! It fit really well and was definitely my favorite thing out of the box.
B Collection by Bobeau Jiri Side Twist Knit Top – $48
This was a simple striped shirt with a unique feature of the tie on the side. It was fine. It fit well and I did like to little side detail. But ultimately to me $48 was way too much for what felt like such a basic shirt.
Papermoon Kirsty Lace Panel Blouse – $48
This was actually a cute top and I liked it a lot, but it just wasn’t the perfect fit. And I’ve learned that if something doesn’t fit just right I won’t reach for it. The top was too short and though you can’t tell much from this picture, it has a more boxy silhouette which I’m not crazy about.
So overall I ended up with 2 cute new dresses, which I’m happy about! Julie continues to make great choices for me!
Check out my other Stitch Fix reviews here:
- October 2017 stitch fix
- August 2017 stitch fix
- July 2017 stitch fix
- May 2017 stitch fix
- March 2017 stitch fix
- January 2017 stitch fix
- December 2016 stitch fix
- October 2016 stitch fix
- May 2016 stitch fix
- April 2016 stitch fix
- February 2016 stitch fix
- December 2015 stitch fix
- October 2015 stitch fix
- August 2015 stitch fix
- July 2015 stitch fix
- May 2015 stitch fix
- March 2015 stitch fix
- January 2015 stitch fix
- November 2014 stitch fix
- September 2014 stitch fix
What was your favorite thing in my Stitch Fix box this time around?