Yikes, time is flying by, and May is almost over. I have been super busy with work and kiddos. I know, excuses, excuses… Anyhow, I can not let May go by without my May’s Stitch Fix review. Again this month, I loved all the pieces, my stylist, Kimberly picked out for me. She is really doing a great job.
If you are a Stitch Fix newbie here is how it works:
- Sign up via the app or go directly to the Stitch Fix siteon your desktop.
- I completed a style quiz and answered detailed information like my size, height, occupation, how often I dress up for events and my favorite brands of clothing. To complete my style profile, I uploaded myPinterest board Fashionista.
- I scheduled the Stitch Fix box to arrive based on my time frame. I am currently signed up to receive a Stitch Fix box monthly. You can sign up to receive a box yearly, quarterly, monthly or weekly. It is all based on your preference.
Cost of Stitch Fix
- There is an initial $20.00 styling fee. The $20.00 is applied to purchase.
- If you do not keep any of your Stitch Fix pieces you will not be refunded your $20.00.
- Shipping is FREE. My favorite four letter word.
Let’s get to it-
Le Sample// Gloria Hi-Lo Blouse (above)- This tank is great for work or a weekend outing. I knew this tank would look great with the white pants Kim sent me in a previous fix. Of course, I kept the blouse.
Margaret M//Emer Printed Straight Let Pant(above)- paired with the Gloria Hi-Lo Blouse, per Kimberly’s suggestion- the print is fun, the color is fun and over all I am a fun person so I kept the pants.
Fun2Fun//Walden V-Neck Blouse (below)- It is the perfect blouse for a skirt or jeans. I love the small v-neck collar. Again, I could not help myself so I kept this blouse. On a side note I am not sure why I am pushing my chest out. What a weird pose.
Pixley//Panorama Henley Blouse (below)- I had to send something back, otherwise I would put us the poor house. This blouse got sent back, not because I did not like it but, because it reminded me of a picnic table cloth.
Dolce Vita//Ross Suede Wedge (below) This was my first pair of Stitch Fix shoes. I was excited about getting the shoes. After trying them on, I decided they were not a look for me or my feet. I just did not feel like I could pull that wedge look off. Plus my husband doesn’t like me wearing anything that would make me taller than he is (which is anything other than a flat or flops).
Since signing up with Stitch Fix and Trunk Club I am most certainly one overdressed mom on the field hockey sidelines. Who cares, I love all my new looks and styles.
Let me know what you think.