I am still really loving the Stitch Fix service. It's fun, it's convenient, and I'm getting to try pieces that would be difficult or impossible to find locally.
My stylist's name is Michelle and she did a great job sending me some beautiful clothes in colors and styles that I like -- and in a couple of cases sent items I had specifically pinned on Pinterest. My Mom comes over when I get a SF box and we both exclaimed over everything as I took it out of the box.
First up, the Pink Martini Kellyn V-Neck Shift Dress in a lovely coral color.
My favorite part about this dress was the interesting style of the neckline. Unfortunately this didn't flatter me as well as I might have liked. I'll be sending this one back, but I'm glad I had a chance to try it.
This shirt is absolutely adorable and quite possibly one of the most comfortable shirts I've ever put on. I love the mixed materials and the colors. But the shape of it didn't flatter me. The shirt is cut wider at the bottom and because I am petite, it didn't work well for me. Really, really liked this piece.
This blouse is incredibly comfortable as well and would be a great staple for summer. However, the tag says "Dry Clean" -- we buy very few clothing items that require dry cleaning, simply because of the added expense and the lack of convenience. This is the type of blouse I can see wearing once a week all summer, but not if it's got to be dry-cleaned. Sadly, sending this pretty item back, too.
I've seen these studded blouses in various colors and patterns on the blogs of other Stitch Fixers and was happy to see one in my box. While I'm not much of a horse person, I think from afar the pattern just "reads" as a graphic design. It's comfortable and I love the studded details, as well as the design of the sleeves.
Forgive the selfie in the dusty hallway mirror -- for some reason my daughter can't get a non-blurry picture of me in my SF outfits, so I had to take it myself. lol Despite my serious face (long busy day at work) I really love this blouse! I've already taken the tags off and plan to wear it tomorrow! Woo hoo!
If you're busy, or don't like shopping in stores, or simply would like the convenience (& fun) of it, I'd recommend giving Stitch Fix a try!
(I'm not getting compensated for this post in any way. The links to SF are affiliate links -- if you should click my link and then sign up, I'd get a referral fee. Thanks in advance, if anyone should choose to do so!)
It's a cool concept -- there is a $20 styling fee up front that gets deducted from your total if you buy anything from your "fix" -- the shipping to your house and for any returns is free. So, for example, I'm keeping the 41 Hawthorn blouse, which costs $58 dollars. I've already been charged the $20 styling fee, so my total when I purchase the blouse will be $38. I've never had a fix yet where I didn't have at least one thing I wanted to buy.