I am finally getting around to posting my Stitch Fix Review for April. I had a new stylist this time, Kristin. Let's see what she picked out for me.
Loveappella Deanne Printed Maxi Skirt $58
Styled with: Gap Jean Jacket, Uniqlo tank, Kelsey Dagger Bucket Bag, Kendra Scott Necklace (from Rocksbox: Use code sarapbff2 for a free month)
When I looked at the preview, I was not at all impressed with this. It's purple and orange which is definitely outside my comfort zone, and I don't have too many tops to wear with it. However, I was so excited to find a maxi skirt that I could wear without hemming that I decided to keep it. It has a really wide waistband that can be folded down so I can wear it with flats or heels.
Market & Spruce Suva Cargo Jacket $78
This is a double-breasted unlined jacket that closes with snaps. I really didn't need another spring jacket, but I mostly liked it because it's red. It probably won't be my go-to jacket for spring but it'll work with some outfits.
Kut from the Kloth Kate Boyfriend Jeans $88
Styled with: Madewell Tee, Kendra Scott Necklace, Gorjana Bangle (from Rocksbox: Use code sarapbff2 for a free month)
I had been looking for a pair of light wash jeans and these are perfect. Stitch Fix had originally sent me a 4P that were too big, but I asked for a size exchange and luckily they had it. I was really pleased with their customer service. These jeans are very soft and comfortable but they do stretch out with wear. I still liked them enough to buy another pair in white from Amazon.
Market & Spruce Diller Crochet Sleeve Knit Top $48
An aside: Stitch Fix has no idea what crochet is. Pretty much any top with lace is labeled "crochet." anyway.
This top was too big and it emphasized my broad shoulders. I didn't want this top but it made more sense to keep it for the 25% discount. I ended up listing it on a Facebook B/S/T group and it sold right away, which is why I don't have a nicer styled photo of it.
Verdict: Kept for the discount, but sold on FB
Steven Genna Suede Lace Up Flat $119
I had pinned a very similar pair of shoes on my Pinterest board and I was thrilled that my stylist was able to find them for me. These shoes are actually pretty comfortable. I admit that tying them can be kind of a pain but once they are on, they're perfect.
With the discount my total ended up being $273.25, and after selling the top, the total was $237. This was my first 5 out of 5 fix (sort-of) and I couldn't be happier. I have asked to keep Kristin as my stylist for future fixes.
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If you are unaware, Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription service. You fill out a style profile with sizes and preferences, pay a $20 styling fee, and your stylist chooses 5 pieces to send to you. In addition to the clothes you get a personal note and style cards with ideas of how to wear the clothes, a price list, and a postage paid return envelope for whatever you send back. Then you have 3 days to try on the clothes and decide what you want to keep. If you keep at least one item, your $20 styling fee applies toward your purchase, and if you keep all 5 items, you get a 25% discount on the total. You can also choose when to receive your box--whether it's by scheduling automatic deliveries or simply ordering a box when you want one.
This post uses referral links. If you are interested in trying out Stitch Fix and sign up using my link, I receive a $25 credit. This is not a sponsored post--I am a regular subscriber of the service, and I promise to only give my honest opinions of the clothes and the service.