It’s Stitch Fix time! Admittedly, I got this fix nearly two weeks ago now and am just now getting to share it. This wasn’t one of my favorite fixes, but I love seeing what clothes look like on other people, so I’m sharing. (Also, in looking at these photos, my mirror seriously needs a cleaning. Sorry bout that…)
Item 1 – FUN2FUN Tiana Crochet Bib Top – XL – $38
The moment I took this out of the box, I was not a fan. This emphasized my chest, which is a place on my body I’m really self-conscious about. In addition, white generally isn’t a good color on me – it shows all my imperfections. This was also too short for me, likely because of my chest size. Verdict: Sent back.
Item 2 – Pixley Miandra Embroidered Top – XL – $54
This was one of the pieces I debated keeping. I really liked the color, fabric and lace detail at the bottom, but it was just too loose at the bottom for me. I couldn’t see myself wearing it a lot, and it isn’t work appropriate without a sweater. Verdict: Sent back
Item 3 – Street Level Demi Fold Over Vegan Leather Crossbody Bag – $48
I had asked for a fun spring bag, and this definitely fit the bill. I love the color of this bag – so bright and fun. I do wish it was a little bit bigger, but I probably carry around too much stuff anyway. I love the crossbody strap too! Verdict: Kept.
Item 4 – Papermoon Hally Woven Dress – XL – $68
As you can see, there’s no picture of this on me. This dress runs a full size small – it fit like a large. I was able to get it on, but it was just a no go. On the plus side, I liked the pattern, but it was just too small for me. I did put in my stylist notes to not send this brand anymore – this is the third piece I’ve gotten of this brand that’s run a full size small. Verdict: Sent back.
Item 5 – Market & Spruce Lana Lace Detail V-Neck Blouse – $58
Oh, more white. I liked the quality of the material, but not the color or style of this. It just didn’t look right on me at all. Verdict: Sent back.
So, all in all, a lot of fit issues this time. I am thinking I may update my profile to no white, but I don’t want to rule out white bottoms, so I’m torn. Also, every top in this box was sleeveless. It’s just not that warm here in Virginia yet, so that was kind of frustrating. I’m hoping my next fix has a few more work-appropriate things – I’m in desperate need of tops for work. This wasn’t my best fix, but I still found something to keep, so I call that a win.
Do you 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 stylist 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. The more specific you are, the better your fixes get.
- 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.
- Have fun!
What do you think of my latest fix?
LOVE the bag you kept!!! Hopefully next fix works out even better for ya! 🙂
Here’s hoping! I asked for work shirts, so we’ll see…
I find it funny that you’re getting sleeveless items in cold Virginia and I’m getting sweaters (yes, two sweaters) here in Texas where it’s already getting into the 80s on daily basis. Oh Stitch Fix!
So ridiculous. I swear sometimes they just don’t make sense!