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.
This month, I had a new stylist, Vanessa. Even though it was her first time styling me, she did a great job identifying my style! I really loved the bright colors she sent in this month’s box, especially since we have had a cold and dreary February. In this box I requested work clothes, especially work pants.
1) Laila Jayde Carlosi French Terry Pullover in Tan – $54
Vanessa did a great job choosing this shirt! The french terry was super comfortable and the tan color was surprisingly flattering with my skin tone. This shirt can transition from office to weekend. I wore this shirt the same day I received it paired with my Sorrelli necklace and bracelet, Genetic jeans, and Frye ankle boots. KEPT
2) Level 99 Caius Straight Leg Jean in Red – $98
I would have never thought to pair the Laila Jayde Carlosi French Terry Pull Over with red jeans, but Stitch Fix is amazing at creating fabulous wardrobe combinations. I really love this outfit! I added my SparklePop necklace and Toms to complete the look. I got this box on a Saturday and spent the rest of my weekend thinking of all the fun outfits I could create with these jeans. I did not need more jeans, but I could not pass these up! KEPT
3) Coral Olive & Oak Tempe Scoop Neck Sweater – $68
Coral is one of my favorite colors and this sweater was right on the mark. It would look great at work paired with black pants and heels. I even had a matching Theory tank top in my closet to wear underneath. Unfortunately, the XS was made for a shorter girl. The sleeves were about an inch too short and I would have liked for the torso to be longer. I emailed Stitch Fix to try for a size up, but it was out of stock. SENT BACK
4) 41 Hawthorn Dita Sleeveless Ponte Dress in Burgundy – $68
I asked my stylist for a cocktail dress this month since I have a few upcoming events. This dress would be great for work, but lacks the glamour of a dress I would choose for a cocktail party. In my stylist’s defense, this fix came around Valentine’s Day, so dress inventory may have been a little low. The dress was also a little too fitted underneath the waist band, which accentuated my tummy. I styled the dress with black heels, the Daisy Pearl Stella and Dot necklace, and a White House Black Market long cardigan.
5) Tart Salma Striped Essential Blazer in Navy – $128
This blazer was light weight and comfortable. It lacked lining or defined structure, but was a cute, casual piece. I went back and forth on whether or not to keep it because my husband loved it, but I did not see how to incorporate it into my wardrobe where it would get sufficient wear. SENT BACK
Overall, this was a fun fix! I really loved the french terry pull over and red jeans! Vanessa did a great job nailing my style on her first try! I am really excited for my next fix and Walcott is anxiously awaiting the next Stitch Fix box.
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Until the next Fix,