July 24, 2014

Stitch Fix Two

If you follow me on  Instagram, you saw that I got some happy mail last weekend!  I was really excited about getting my second Stitch Fix! Although I wasn't as happy as I was with my first Fix, I have already scheduled my next Fix for August!

If you don't know how Stitch Fix works, here is the rundown.  You sign up for Sitch Fix and fill out a style profile.  You can put likes/dislikes, sizes, price range, what type of items you need, and even link your Pinterest boards!   Next, you schedule your Fix.  You pay a $20 styling fee when you schedule your Fix, but the only way you lose that $20 is if you don't keep anything in your box.  Stitch Fix will mail you five items.  You have 3 days to get anything you don't want to keep back into the mail.  But the great thing is, your Fix comes with a pre-labeled, postage paid return bad for the items you don't want!

So for example, this Fix I got 4 shirts and 1 dress.  I only want to keep 2 of the shirts.  So I went to Stitch Fix and checked out with this Fix.  I told them what I wanted to keep and what I didn't.  There are ways to give them feedback on what you like and don't like.  I then put the three things I didn't want into the return bad they sent.  It is super easy! Plus if you keep all 5 items you get a 25% discount off your order.  And remember, as long as you keep something the $20 styling fee is taken off the total of your Fix.  And what is even more exciting, is if someone signs up for Stitch Fix through your referral link you get $25 off your Fix.  Thank you to whoever used my link! I loved my $25.00 surprise!  Don't feel pressure to use my link, but if you want to it is sitting on my sidebar.  Just click the Stitch Fix button!

Here is what I got in my Second Stitch Fix:

Charlize Colorblocked Sleeveless Blouse, $48.00: I was really excited about this top when I opened my box, but it just wasn't flattering.  It flowed out at all the wrong places, but I loved the style and colors.  This is one went back to Stitch Fix Land.

Kelly Striped Embroidered Hem Shift Dress, $38.00: This was another piece I was really excited about when I opened my box.  Once again it wasn't my favorite fit.  It was really form fitting which some people love, but I prefer looser clothes.  It was such a great price and I loved the style, but I couldn't see myself wearing it because it wasn't comfortable.  So back it went.

Myla Ribbon Detailed Racerback Tank, $58.00: This was my favorite item in this Fix.  I love the color and the fit! I'm excited about this being added to my closet.

Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Tee, $44.00: I was really excited about this until I saw the price.  I didn't think I could pay $44.00 for a gray tshirt, until I tried it on.  It fits perfectly and might be the most comfortable material I've ever put on my body.  Plus, I know I can wear it with so many different scarves and necklaces to make it versatile.  I probably didn't need another plain gray tshirt, but I couldn't pass this up.

Sansa Lace Detail Kimono, $74.00: I've been wanting a Kimono since they've been all over Pinterest, but this one just didn't do it for me.  It was super comfortable and pretty, I just couldn't see myself wearing it.  Plus, my sweet husband told me it looked like a robe, so that pretty much eliminated it on the spot... 

Another thing I love about Stitch Fix, is they send you ideas of how to put your pieces with different outfits.

Overall, this wasn't as great as my first Fix.  But I still got two really good tops that I love.

Have you tried Stitch Fix? If you have, what are your thoughts?


  1. Love the items you got! The racerback tank is definitely something I would've picked out for myself! Perfect color and fit :)

    1. I was really excited about this Fix! Yess it was my favorite!

  2. Ah! I keep saying that I want to try StitchFix so badly!

    I love that they included a style guide for you!

    1. You definitely should try it! I was skeptical, but they always shock me at how well they know my style!