November 21, 2014

November Stitch Fix Review

Yay for another successful Stitch Fix... I can't say enough good things about this company.  Here is the rundown for those of you that aren't familiar with Stitch Fix.

-You sign up for Sitich Fix (and if you want to use my link I'll get a referral credit and love you forever at no extra cost to you) and fill out a very detailed style profile, and even link up your Pinterest board if you want! This is how your stylist knows what things you like, what size you wear, and what your price range is.

-You schedule you first Fix for whenever you like.  You do not have to sign up for reoccurring Fixes, you can just sign up for them as often or as little as you want.  But beware, it can become addicting.  The bright side is I hardly ever shop anymore.  I just get Fixes once a month! When you schedule your Fix you pay a $20 styling fee.  The only way you lose this $20 is if you don't keep a single thing in your box.  I've never had this happen.  There is always at least one piece I love.

-A box of five items shows up at your door on the day you scheduled.  You get to try them on in the comfort of your own home.  Take pictures, send them to your friends, and decide what you want to keep.  You have three days to decide.  Whatever you don't want, you put in a pre-labeled and pre-paid return bag that comes in your box and send it back to Stitch Fix land.  You also check out online, and be sure to leave detailed notes on what you like and don't like so your stylists gets to know your style better.
-Side Note: I have found a stylist that I absolutely love and has done my last two fixes.  So yes, you can request a specific stylist when you schedule your Fix.  Just write it in the note to your stylist! This is also a good place to make specific request for things you need.  My stylists has been great about meeting my requests and also looking at my Pinterest board.  She is the best! is what I got in my November Fix:

Bay to Baubles Ohara Double Layer Circle Charm Necklace: Kept
My stylist answered my request for a simple, long necklace to wear with casual outfits with this precious necklace! I just love it, and have already worn it with one of my new sweaters I got in this Fix!

RD Style Ridge Zipper Detail Cowl Neck Sweater: Returned
I thought this sweater was cute.  I liked the style and the color (Hail State), but I have enough maroon right now.  I actually kept a maroon sweater in my last Fix, so I didn't really need this one.

Evolution by Cyrus Shelby Heathered Colorblock Sweater: Kept
This has become my new favorite sweater! I'm actually wearing it as I type this.. It is fits exactly how I like my sweaters to fit and it is so comfy! I probably wouldn't have picked it out for myself, but I love it! Another reason I love Stitch adds diversity to my closet!

Parkhurst Faux Leather Trim Cardigan: Returned
I really liked the style of this sweater and have one almost identical pinned on Pinterest, but it just didn't fit right.  It flared out in the back in a really unflattering way, so back to Stitch Fix land it went.

Look by M Sammie Plaid Infinity Scarf: Kept
Second behind my new favorite sweater, this scarf was another favorite in this Fix.  It has already become a closet staple as well.  It is super soft, and gives a simple outfit a little fun without a bunch of accessories.  Considering my closet is full of plain sweaters, this scarf was the perfect addition!

This scarf makes the perfect pair with my Old Navy sweater and vest, which is my on of my go-to Fall outfits!

And these pictures are just because Ace wanted in on the photo shoot... I am NOT  fashion blogger, but I love seeing what other people get in their Fixes so I can request specific items.  So consider it my Stitch Fix duty!

Have you ever tried Stitch Fix? If so, what do you think? 

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