It’s been a few months since I shared what came in my Stitch Fix box. The holidays kind of got in the way I guess. I’m still getting a box each month and still loving it. Some months are definitely better than other months. Last month I only kept one thing out of the five but this month I kept three. Some months I’ve kept all five! The best part of Stitch Fix is that I can keep what I want and send back what I don’t want so easily. Just pop it in the post paid, addressed mailer they include with each shipment.
I also love that I can leave feedback for my stylist letting her know what worked and what didn’t. If there is something special or specific I am looking for I can let her know that too.
So here is what came in this month’s Stitch Fix box:
Skies are Blue Hamberg Paisley Print Henley Blouse – $54.00 This blouse shouted SPRING to me and I am so ready for Spring! I loved the colors and the floral pattern and knew I could wear it with a skirt to church or with jeans for every day so I KEPT it!
Pixley Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan – $54.00. I loved the color of this cardigan but have a similar colored sweater so decided not to keep it but after I looked at these photos I kind of wish I’d kept it. I DIDN’T keep it.
Fun2Fun Myrtle V-Neck Blouse – $48.00. I wasn’t crazy about this shirt. Felt it was a bit big and boxy on me and just wasn’t very flattering. Just seemed a bit blah to me after the fun and springy shirt above. I DIDN’T keep it.
Market & Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top – $48.00 Loved this piece the minute I took it out of the box. It is soft and super comfy and I can just throw it on over a pair of jeans and am good to go. I could sleep in this shirt. I KEPT it.
Brixon Ivy Heidi Scallop Hem Pencil Skirt – $64.00. I love detail and this skirt has it. The scallop hem and pocket edge made me fall in love with it. I am also a big fan of royal blue and pencil skirts so I knew this one was a keeper right away. It was also the perfect length for me, hitting me just below the top of my knee. I had a hard time getting a decent photo of it on my body so that you could see the detail. I KEPT it.
For those of you not familiar with Stitch Fix, it is a monthly subscription service that provides a personal stylist and an opportunity to get hand-selected women’s fashion shipped free, straight to your door. You can then try them on in the privacy of your own home -risk-free. Keep what you love and send the rest back. A shipping bag is included, addressed and postage paid. You have three days to return it. You can sign up to have a box come every month or just pick and choose the dates you want. No contract, no obligation. There is a $20.00 stylist fee but that is credited toward anything you purchase.
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