Stitch Fix #5 Review

It’s time for another Stitch Fix review, yay! This one actually came last month. I’ve been holding out on you, sorry! There were a few items I was dying to have, so I may or may not have doubled up on SF in March.

If you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix, here’s the quick breakdown: For $20, you’ll be sent a box filled with 5 items (clothes and/or accessories) styled just for you (based on a style profile you fill out). The $20 you pay as the “styling fee” will go toward the total cost of any of the items you decide to keep from your Fix. Check out all of my SF reviews here.

Loveappella Hadie Textured Dress ($54)
When I pulled this dress out of my box, the texture immediately felt a bit strange to me. I’m not quite sure how to describe it other than kind of like a kitchen oven mitt. Weird, I know. The length and style were both perfect for a work day or nice night out, but it ended up being pretty frumpy on me. No dice. Verdict: Returned

Coffeeshop Halley Chambray Jacket ($78)
I really wanted to love the Chambray Jacket, since it’s a huge fashion trend right now. But it just wasn’t working for me. This particular one was a little too big on me and the style just wasn’t a fit for me. Plus, the price was a little much for what it was. Verdict: Returned

Market & Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top ($48)
I discovered this top from another blogger’s SF post and immediately wanted to add it to my closet as well! The top is a nice, lightweight top, perfect for the transition between fall-winter and winter-spring. Plus, I love the deep green color! Verdict: Kept

Collective Concepts Zak Faux Wrap Dot Dress ($54)
The wrap dress was definitely something I was excited to try on. But unfortunately it was definitely a size (or more) too big on me. If ever I have kids, this is definitely a dress I’d request during pregnancy. It definitely reminded me of maternity-style, but that could also be because it was big on me. Verdict: Returned

Loveappella Evie Draw String Funnel Neck Sweatshirt ($64)
My favorite item of all, was this funnel neck sweatshirt. I feel like every SF review I saw contained this sweatshirt. Ok, maybe not all of them. But a lot! It’s as awesome as everyone claimed. Again, perfect for transitioning between seasons, it wasn’t too heavy or too light. Very casual and comfortable – I love the purple color too! Verdict: Kept

Ironically the only pieces I ended up keeping from my fifth Stitch Fix were the two that I had originally requested. I’m very happy with them though! I think I’ll be ready for some summer items in my next Fix. It’s already been holding steady in the 80s here in FL. Ugh, summer heat!

Have you tried Stitch Fix? What are your favorite items?

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  • dailysouthernsunshine

    I don't stitch fix, but am obsessed with Le Tote!! I need to get better about sharing all my toes on the blog! :)

  • Love the tops you kept!

  • Katie @ A Full Plate

    I love Stitch Fix! Sometimes their items are a bit too pricey for me, but the quality is definitely there. Love the sweatshirt you kept! It looks super cozy!

  • Crystal H

    I love those two shirts that you kept! They are the perfect fit for you. :)

  • I agree! I'm hoping they lower the prices on some of their items so it doesn't break the bank any more than it already has :) and yes, it's super cozy!!

  • You should, I'd love to see them! I've heard of Le Tote but don't know too much about it, I'll have to check it out!