When I first signed up for Stitch Fix, I wasn’t planning on ordering a monthly box as it isn’t really in my penny-pinching budget. But a little referral credit started adding up, and it was burning a hole in my pocket. So, I went ahead and ordered my second Stitch Fix box at the beginning of this month! Not familiar with Stitch Fix? You can read more about it here, but basically it’s a personalized styling service that picks out 5 clothing or acessory items just for you. You can keep what you like and send back what you don’t!
Stitch Fix really knocked it out of the park with my second box! Keep reading to see what I got.
1. 41 Hawthorn Tab Sleeve V-Neck Blouse
This top is one of my favorite colors and can easily be dressed up or down for work or play. It’s super light weight so I’ll be able to wear it on into the summer. As you can tell from the picture, it’s a little sheer, but nothing a cami can’t fix. Kept it.
2. 19 Cooper Lyle Polka Dot Stripe Mix Sheer Tank
I love the mixture of stripes and polka dots on this tank! I wouldn’t have picked this shirt on my own because I typically steer far away from orange, but I liked it on me. You can’t tell from the picture but this tank 100% see through. This was kind of frustrating because after my last box I asked not receive any sheer shirts as I’m not a huge fan of having to wear a cami, yet all of the shirts they sent me in this box were sheer. Oh well. It wasn’t the most awesome quality ever — you could probably find something like it at TJ Maxx — and if I didn’t have credit I’m not sure I would have paid for it. But I thought it was cute and different so… Kept it.
3. Daniel Rainn Dharma Bird Print Sheer Blouse
When I pulled this top out of the box I wasn’t exactly thrilled. I thought it looked a little grandmotherly and… birds? I was surprised to find that I really loved it when I tried it on. Kept it.
4. THML Kahlo Racer Back Striped Maxi Dress
I pretty much squealed when I pulled this striped maxi out of the box. I had seen it in other Stitch Fix reviews online and added it to my Stitch Fix Pinterest board. I love that my stylist paid attention to what I liked and sent this to me after I pinned it! Sadly once I out it on, I just wasn’t feeling it. The yellow/green at the top was a bad color on me at the horizontal stripes weren’t doing my hips any favors. It was also a little short. I really, really wanted to love this dress, but it just didn’t look good on me. Didn’t keep it.
5. Kut From Kloth Kailyn Straight Leg 5-Pocket Denim
I had been on the hunt for white jeans and actually bought a pair of white cropped skinnies on sale at Anthropologie just 2 days before receiving my Fix. I liked these white jeans but was planning to return them and keep the ones I already had. Well, long story, but I wore the jeans I bought from Anthro to Kara’s bachelorette party in Raleigh and managed to spill chocolate, pizza sauce, spinach smoothie, and gasoline on said pants before 4:00pm. I had nothing to change into, but I had these Stitch Fix pants in my trunk to mail back, so yeah… Kept it.
All in all, this was an awesome fix! I would have kept everything if the dress had looked a little better on me. (You get 25% off if you keep all 5 items!) My only complaint is that there were 2 different stylists listed on my packaging. I’d love to ask for whoever styled this box to pick my next box for me, but I’m not sure who I should ask for!
Stitch Fix is still technically in Beta and is by invitation only. If you’d like to give it a try, here’s an invitation for ya! I know some of you guys have ordered a Stitch Fix box for yourself — I’d love to hear about what you got! Tell me in the comments!
BTW: I am in no way affiliated with Stitch Fix. I was not paid to write this review and I purchased the items with my own money. I just think the service is awesome and everyone should know about it! I do get a little bit of credit towards by next Fix if you sign up using my link — and so will you if you refer someone — just FYI! :)