Stitch Fix is an online styling service that offers members the expertise of a personal stylist to help update their wardrobe. To sign up for a Stitch Fix, you fill out a personal style profile that includes your sizing, style preferences, and clothing budget. Once your profile is complete, a stylist will send 5 pieces of clothing or accessories to your home for you to try out. You are able to keep the items for 3 days and try them out with your clothes, shoes, and accessories before making your final decision. Also, Stitch Fix sends you a styling card with each item depicting how to wear each item two ways: casually or dressed up.
I have been with my stylist, Jenny, since my first Stitch Fix. She has really found me some great pieces and it has been great receiving her styling suggestions and pushing my boundaries. Each time a box is scheduled, I feel like a kid at Christmas and I get butterflies in my stomach when I go to open my “surprise” box of clothing and accessories. Adults do not get lots of good surprises and I love that Jenny has been sending me some great ones!
Check out my Fix #4 below:
1) Pink Martini Alexzandria Floral Print Sheer Sleeve Knit Top ($68) AND
2) Kut from the Kloth Raya FAux Leather Trim Skinny Pant ($78)
I was a little uncertain about the Pink Martini top and expected to return it when I first tried it on. I really like the pattern and zipper detail, but thought it was too boxy. However, when I tried it on for my husband, he really liked it. He suggested I try it under my leather jacket from last fix and it looked great. He reminded me that it would be a fun piece to wear to Savannah Stopover in March and the even though it was short sleeves, I could layer it while it is cold. Nick convinced me this shirt should be: KEPT!
I was really excited to get these pants in my Fix! I requested a pair of pants with leather detail and Jenny delivered! These fit perfectly and were very comfortable. I knew instantly that they would be: KEPT!
3) My next item was an accessory, the Street Level Wynn Studded Chevron Fold Over Clutch ($48)
I was on the fence about this item too. I usually carry larger bags and I have a large wallet. Luckily, this clutch was big enough to accomodate my wallet, cell phone, and keys. The chevron detail is a nice touch and I like the detachable chain because sometimes you just don’t want to keep up with a clutch. Nick also thought this would be a fun item to have at the Stopover because it is no fun to carry around a bulky purse. I had to agree. KEPT!
4) Now, one of my favorite items of the Fix, the Market and Spruce Angela Quilted Detailed Blouse ($74)
I have been requesting the Moni Studded Blouse from 41 Hawthorn for a the past couple of Fixes, but they have been out of stock. Jenny sent this one because it has a similar silhouette. I think the cobalt color is beautiful and I love the quiliting on this blouse, as well as the sleeve detail. The fit is also very flattering. KEPT!
5) Finally, the Skies Are Blue Dorian Embroidery Detail Blouse ($58)
When I first saw this shirt, I thought it was a little more Spring than Winter. When I tried it on, I instantly liked the fit, detailing, and color. I do not expect it to get much wear in the short term, but with the discount this piece was a keeper! KEPT!
I’m really excited to get my first Stitch Fix where I liked all of the others! Since it came right before Christmas, Santa agreed to put this Fix under the tree for me! 🙂
I cannot wait to see what Jenny chooses for me in my January fix. If you are interested in joining Stitch Fix, please consider using my referral link. I will receive a merchandise credit if you sign up for your first Fix. Also, a special thank you to the ladies who used my referral link to sign up for their first Fix. I hope you enjoy your Fixes as much as I enjoy mine.