Has it really been since October that I've written a Stitch Fix review? I don't know where the past few months have gone, but I have some catching up to do!
For my November fix, I requested a cute and casual top I could wear for our family Thanksgiving get-together as well as something I could wear for holiday parties. Here's what I got:
The Danny 5-pocket knit pant in grey: thanks to Stitch Fix, I have discovered that I love this Kut from the Kloth brand, but in this case I was disappointed because they were a little tight and not quite a great cut for me. They went back.
Next up, the Daniel Rainn Brock Lattice Detail Blouse in a deep red. I love, love, loved this top. Loved the color and the details around the neckline (pardon the wrinkles in the photo - it was a little wrinkled out of the box, and I'm lazy). But tragedy ensued.....after I wore it once, I washed it. Per the instructions. Did not dry it. And it shrunk......so much so that it was misshapen and super short. I was pretty devastated. I emailed Customer Service figuring it was a long shot since it had been worn and washed, but they were FABULOUS. I was disappointed that a replacement wasn't available, but they had me send it back and issued me a credit. Score for Stitch Fix – thanks for taking care of your customers!
I can't ever seem to have enough dresses, and the Rocco 3/4 Sleeve Faux Wrap Dress was great - a nice, right-above-the-knee length and a jersey material that was actually thick enough that it was very slimming and comfortable (so many dresses are in that super thin material that shows everything - ugh!). However.....practicality got the better of me, and I sent it back since I have a few other black dresses already. A few months later.....I regret it. Wish I would have kept it.
The Skies are Blue Debby Metallic Detail Pullover Sweater was my stylist Carli's suggestion for Thanksgiving, but this was probably my least favorite piece in the Fix. I liked the bit of sparkle, but it was just kind of blah and not a particularly flattering fit, so I sent it back.
My accessory piece this time around was the Isadora Crystal Gem Layered Necklace. I love this - super pretty and sparkly, and perfect for dressing up anything. I've worn it several times.
All in all this was an ok Fix, just unfortunate that that one top shrunk. I loved that Carli, my stylist for this Fix, did listen to my suggestions and did her best to fulfill my requests.
Want to try Stitch Fix for yourself? Use my referral link here and after you sign up, you'll get your own link to share with friends, and you'll get some Stitch Fix credit when they use it!
Stitch Fix Basics:
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that is perfect for so many of us - whether you love fashion, style, and clothing or hate even thinking about shopping and putting outfits together - either way, you will love this.
I love clothes but find myself buying the same types of things over and over again and struggling to find cute, current styles that aren't too young or too old and frumpy. Enter StitchFix, where you fill out a survey on their website so that your stylist will be able to make smart choices for you, taking into consideration your style preferences, body type, budget, and lifestyle. To get a Fix that you'll love, be sure to spend some time making sure you give clear preferences in your survey. You pay a $20 styling fee and they will send you five pieces – in my case, I typically receive four clothing items and a piece of jewelry. If you keep anything, the $20 is applied towards those items - and if you keep all five items, you get 25% off the whole thing, which makes that a pretty tempting deal each time (well-played, StichFix)! If you choose to send items back, there's a prepaid bag right in your box to drop them in - it couldn't be easier!
You can choose to receive regular Fixes (monthly, quarterly, whatever) or schedule them one at a time.
Ready to try it out for yourself? If you use my referral link I'll get a little Stitch Fix credit, and when you create your own account you'll receive a code to share with your friends for credit. And I'll be your best friend. Let me know if you try it – I'd love to hear what you think!