My most recent Stitch Fix arrived last week, and as always, I was so excited to see what I got. This time I asked for the same stylist as last time since she seemed to really get me (Aileen). She sent me all tops, which is pretty unusual for me – I usually get a mix. Here’s what I got… just don’t mind the laundry in the background.
Item 1 – Lemon Tart Pax Cable Knit Raglan Sweater
I love love loved the color of this sweater. Deep colors like this generally work really well with my fair skin and dark hair, and this was no exception. It was super soft and fit well, but it was just a bit too short – I prefer my sweaters longer. If it was just a few inches longer, I probably would have kept it. Sent back.
Item 2 – 41Hawthorn Ivy Abstract Floral Print Blouse
I really loved the print of this, although Chris wasn’t a big fan. I don’t have anything like it already in my closet, and I feel like it’s a shirt that’ll still look good as I lose weight – it’s slightly snug on me now, but I can see myself still loving it when it’s a bit looser. This top also has the option to shorten the sleeves with the tab. It was a little tight across the bust, but not overly so. Kept!
Item 3 – Market and Spruce Taber Foldover 3/4 Sleeve Sweater
I didn’t really know what to think of this at first. I like the color, and it’s soft, but the neck is just weird. I didn’t really know what to do with the collar, and the seams on the sleeves hit me in a weird spot. Sent back.
Item 4 – 41Hawthorn Colibri Solid Tab Sleeve Blouse
This was actually Chris’ favorite item that I got. It’s a great color on me, but this was too tight across the bust and caused a gap between the buttons. I like the style of it and have seen similar tops at other stores, so I’m glad I got to try this on. Sent back.
Item 5 – Pixley Malynn Asymmetrical Soft Moto Vest
I asked for a vest in this fix after seeing the great ones other people have been getting lately, but this just wasn’t my style. I generally don’t like asymmetrical things, and I felt like it looked funny on me. It did fit well though, and I liked the fabric – it just wasn’t what I was looking for. Sent back.
Want in on Stitch Fix? It’s super easy!
- Log in to stitchfix.com and you create your style profile. (Use my referral link pretty please!)
- You pay a $20 styling fee (which goes toward your order), then the Stitch Fix stylists picks out 5 items for you to try on.
- The box arrives at your doorstep. You try them on and decide what to keep, then send back anything you don’t want.
- Checkout online, giving feedback about what you did and didn’t like about your fix.
- If you keep all 5 items, you receive 25% off your order.
- You get to choose your price range, so your stylist has an idea of what you’re willing to spend.
Thoughts on my fix? I’ve really been enjoying Stitch Fix and find it a great way to try new things. What do you think I should request in my next one?