StitchFix Review #1 @stitchfix

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Stitch fix is a clothing subscription company where a stylist picks out items for you based upon your style profile. You pay $20 up front as a styling fee but you get that $20 back on anything that you keep.

I am reviewing the women’s subscription. They also provide a men’s subscription & a kids subscription.

Everything came really well packaged.

I was excited just even opening the box.

Pulling away the tissue paper, this is what everything looked like.

There are even curated cards that show you how to style your individual pieces which I thought was really neat.

Item 1: Kut from the Kloth – Kate Boyfriend Jeans in size 14W ($88) – I absolutely fell in love with these jeans but would not pay this price for jeans. The max I would have paid is $44 but I really loved them. They honestly fit perfectly.

Here is the back view.

ITEM 2: Papermoon – Marisol Mixed Material 3/4 sleeve knit top – size 2X ($38) – This top was cute but definitely not my style. The polka dots on the back added some cute detail. It was a little snug on me and was a little see-through so you would definitely have to wear it with a camisole or tank.

Item 3: Colette – Charlie Split Neck Knit Top in Burgundy – size 2X ($48.00) – When I first pulled this out of the bag, I was disappointed. I quickly grew to love it! It was so comfortable and soft on the inside. I didn’t like the price though so I did not keep it. I would have paid max $28 for this shirt.

Item 4: Loveappella – Anka Cowl Neck Knit Top in Dark Grey – size 2X ($58) – This top is so soft! I love the cowl neck and it doesn’t feel too tight at all. The front part of the shirt had elastic around the bottom seam which made it fit better. It even had pockets! it feels more like a lightweight sweatshirt instead of a top. Personally, I would not have paid this price for it but I didn’t want to lose my $20 credit so after subtracting the $20 and paying taxes, I still had to pay over $42 for the shirt. I would have preferred full price to be a maximum of $35.

Item 5: Mix by 41 Hawthorn – Martinley Elbow Patch Cardigan in Navy – size 2X ($38) – This was super soft and a thin, flexible material. the only thing I did not care about this cardigan was the way it laid in the front. It laid really odd on my stomach and wasn’t long enough for my liking. If the front was made a little longer and straight without the extra detail, it would have been perfect.

All in all, I think my stylist, Elaine, did an excellent job. I will definitely try Stitch Fix again in the future. I appreciate their website that I am able to get online and give them immediate feedback on each item. I was able to tell them what I am keeping and what I am sending back so I could be billed immediately.

If this is a service that you would like to try, please feel free to use my referral link so we will each get a $25 credit.

https://www.stitchfix.com/referral/susanday12?sod=a&som=c

If you have any questions about this service, please leave a comment below.

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