It’s been a while since I show you a little Stitch Fix try on session. I’ve had two fixes since the last one I shared with you guys in June. And the reason I didn’t share those with you was because I honestly hated everything I received! Nothing seemed to be my style nor my size. I was thinking of taking a break, but I then received an email from stitch fix stating that they have made a note on my profile and to my new stylist about what I would like to see in my fixes. Nobody is perfect and I can really appreciate their effort to acknowledge what I am looking for. So I decided to give it a go and am happy with what I received.
I’m sure everyone and their mother know about Stitch Fix but it case you’re uncertain it’s a clothing subscription box. You can choose from women, men and even children clothing. You fill out a survey online detailing your style, sizes, what you like or dislike. How often you receive a fix, is totally up to you. You can get them monthly, every two weeks, quarterly. You pay a $20 styling fee upfront that can be used towards your purchase. A stylist will then pick 5 items depending on your profile. Once you receive your fix, you have a couple of days to try on and decide what you’ll like to keep and send everything you didn’t like back in a prepaid shipping bag. If there is something you love, but the size was off, they also offer exchanges. It’s that simple, my friends!
In this Stitch Fix my stylist decided to send me some boutique labels. As a boutique owner myself, I was thrilled to get labels I normally buy for my customers. One reason, I already know how these brands work for my body and secondly some of brands are a favorite of mine.
Parina Tie Front Crop Cami Blouse
I can never say no to a cute tie front top! Is that statement detail I love, adding a unique style that can make an outfit pop. The top looks more burgundy in person than in photos, so can be easily transition into next season. The straps aren’t adjustable, but the fit was on point. The knot is also adjustable which is nice to have when putting this top in the wash. I am planning to go on a family beach getaway soon and this top will for sure be coming with me!
Isla Smocking Details Knit Jumpsuit
I love a good jumpsuit you can throw on, feel cute yet so comfy. It’s kinda like leaving the house in appropriate PJ’s! Well babes this jumpsuit is just that!! This knit jumpsuit has side pockets and a smocked top for extra stretch. I love the thicker straps in this jumpsuit, its always a plus when you can wear a regular bra, right?! The straps isn’t adjustable, but the material is so good, that it doesn’t affective my petite frame. It was a little long in length on me, but you already know I am no stranger to getting my clothes tailored to fit right. The only problem I seem to have is with the print. It has red and white box print throughout. And with the jumpsuit being navy, I just feel like it’s too 4th of julyish for me. What do you think? Am I being a little drama queen?
Towne & Reese
Raquel Bow Hoops
My obsession with statement earrings is real guys! I have more statement earrings than any other type of jewelry. The bow wrap is velvet which is a great earring to have for fall. The color will honestly go with everything and anything. I have an identical pair in pink. This is why I am kinda going back and forth with this item. If I am going to get another statement earring, should I go with something in a different style I don’t already own?
Carmille Lace Detail Cami Blouse
Let me start right… I will always need (want) leopard in my wardrobe regardless of the season! Who’s with me? When I saw this peeking through my box I was thrilled. Cami’s are an essential to have in your wardrobe, because you can do so much with them throughout the year. I wear cami’s with any bottoms during the summer and then layer with them throughout the cooler months. The straps in this top is adjustable and the neckline with added lace is the perfect touch! Definitely keeping this one.
Spencer Cropped Wide Leg Pants
I was happy to see an item I requested for in my fix. I’ve been looking for a pair of cropped denim all summer. I want a pair that isn’t too flare and with some distress to it. Even though these aren’t denim, I still loved the olive utility vibe look in these. The only problem is they were at least two sizes small, don’t even ask how I got them to go up my leg 😉 😉 Blu Pepper brand tends to run small, so I kind of expect that problem with these pants. But a cool thing about stitch fix is that you can request to exchange them for a different size. Still not sure how to go about them. Exchange for a different size? Or look for a distressed denim pair?
What do you think of my fix? What are your favorites?
Have you ever tired Stitch Fix? Do you love it? Still deciding on what to keep and what to send back. All I know is that leopard lace cami is staying with me for sure!! If you want to see more details on this fix, checkout my instagram stories!