Stitch Fix time again already!
If you missed my last post or are unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, it’s a service that sends you five items of clothing per month based on a style profile you fill out. This is based not only on style, but also on budget — you can choose if you want to go cheaper or pricier.
The service costs $20 a month – – that is the fee for getting styled and having the clothes shipped to you. Once the clothes arrive, you try them on. If you decide to keep any, that $20 fee is deducted from the cost. If you send any back, it’s so easy. There is a postage paid envelope included, so you don’t even have to make a trip to the post office!!
I’ve been using Stitch Fix for about a year now, and it’s really convenient for me. Shopping with a toddler is basically impossible unless you want to end up crying in a dressing room while your baby eats a lipstick she dug out of your purse. So, this is a great option. I try the clothes on when Lucy is napping and whatever I don’t want I just stick in the envelope and place in my mailbox! Easy peasy.
Here’s what I got this month — a couple duds and a couple of cute pieces. Overall I was pretty happy.
Jillian Crochet Detail Tank — this shirt isn’t anything fancy, but I really liked the coral color! I wear a lot of tanks like this in the Summer, and they carry over into Fall well, since they can be paired with a cardigan. The back of it had a super cute crochet detail along the top.
I decided to keep the tank!
Amy Graphic Print V-Neck Tank — I really didn’t like this shirt at all. The print was kind of cute, and blue is always a great color for me, but the neck was weird. It’s supposed to be a v-neck but it was uneven and kind of lumpy along the neckline. Back it went!
Colibri Bird Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse — I really wasn’t feeling this shirt. The color was cute, and I loved all the little birds…but it was nothing special. It might look cute with skinny jeans or leggings in the Fall, but I decided not to keep it. Back in the envelope!
Carlie Mixed Lace Short Sleeve Shirt AND Cindie Linen Short — I loved both the shirt and the shorts here. The shirt is super cute, and the lace wasn’t so delicate that it would snag and pull on every little thing. The linen shorts were a charcoal color and could easily be dressed up or down. They fit perfect! I know some people would call these “mom shorts” but I have no problem with that. I’m a mom, I’m almost 35, I am married. Ain’t nobody need to see the top of my thighs, thank you.
Kept both of these happily!
That’s it for this month! If you want to sign up to try it for yourself, you can do so through THIS LINK (it’s a referral link, so if you sign up I get a small credit towards my own purchases).
I’d love to hear what you think about this Fix!