Stitch Fix Review
I have been doing Stitch Fix for almost 5 years now. I hate a love/hate relationship with it. I love when they send me things I like and hate it when the whole box is crap or something I already have… from them… in another color. But alas, I stick with it and just order a box when I need it.
They also just introduced a yearly subscription option. You pay $49 and get basically unlimited boxes for a year rather than the $20 fee each time. So, I did it. Here is my latest box.
Pixley Mavis Dress $68. I kept this one. It fit great and is so versatile for me. I can wear it during summer with sandals or to the office with a navy blazer and heels or casual Friday with jean jacket and sandals. The colors are ones I love and the price was good.
DM Collection Laurell Jersey Shirt Dress $108. I also kept this one. I have wanted this dress. I pinned it and basically asked for it specifically. This is a good wardrobe staple for me and totally my vibe.
French Grey Ester Brushed Knit Maxi Dress $54. I returned this one for a couple of reasons. 1. I do not wear a ton of maxi dresses since they are not business appropriate. 2. The colors were a tad off for me for spring/summer. I did love the fit and the material was so soft.
Margaret M Christiana Printed Pencil Skirt $68. Exchanged for bigger size. This came in an extra small and while I could have pulled it off, I did not want to constantly be tugging at it. I asked for skirts and this one delivered. It’s navy and white, which is my go-to color. I also love that now you can exchange sizes with Stitch Fix.
Frye Carson Leather Ballet Flat $158. Returned. I know you all liked this one on my stories, but I retuned them. First, I have some Tory Burch flats that are this same style and color. Second, they were a tad too big and lastly, the price. I just did not need to invest in another pair of cognac flats. I was hoping for a fun colorful flat for spring/summer, so maybe next time.
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