I can’t believe that my latest shipment from Stitch Fix is #10! I’ve really enjoyed seeing what my stylist picks for me each month, and expanding my closet to include some great pieces! Especially ones that I might not have picked up during in-store shopping experiences.
This time around I requested some options to wear to a wedding I’m attending later this month, as well as some other good options for my trip up to the northeast. Let’s see what I received.
Freeway Callaway Textured Dress ($88)
I really liked this textured dress! The only problem? I have no need for white dresses (hello spills), and this was sent as an option for me to wear to a wedding I’m attending. White to a wedding? No dice. Also, this dress was a little too tight on me. Verdict: Returned
Kut From The Kloth Mollee Draped Dress ($88)
Another option for the wedding? This draped dress. Unfortunately, it was skintight, a style I don’t like to wear at all. I was bummed that this one was included, since I had indicated that preference (no super tight things) in my SF style profile. Verdict: Returned
Collective Concepts Funston Button Down Blouse ($54)
Next up was the button down blouse. I knew at first glance, this wouldn’t be for me. I’m not usually a horizontal stripes fan, don’t wear much orange (except occasionally during the fall) or yellow, and just didn’t dig this style at all. Verdict: Returned
Market & Spruce Aalliyah Terry Knit Dolman Top ($54)
I received a Dolman top a few months ago after requesting a specific one, and loved it! This time around, I just wasn’t feeling it though. The materials on the top part of the top reminded me of a fish net, and overall, it was way too loose on me and kept sliding down my shoulders. Verdict: Returned
Kut From The Kloth Maribel Straight Leg Jean ($88)
I’m normally not a straight leg jean gal (I’m more about the skinny jeans), but I decided to try these on anyway. While I actually didn’t mind this pair of jeans, they were too big on me in the waist and legs, and also too long for me! Verdict: Returned
As you can see, this month was a total bust for me. This Fix was styled by someone other than my normal stylist, so I’m wondering if that has anything to do with it. Regardless, having been a Stitch Fix customer 10 times around now, I reached out to SF customer service to express my disappointment (wrong sizes, wrong styles), and was pleasantly surprised at their response.
Stitch Fix offered to cover the styling fee on my next Fix (I lost the $20 styling fee on this Fix)! They indicated that I gave great feedback on previous fixes and what I wanted for upcoming ones, and was pinning a lot of different things I liked. All key for getting a good Fix.
So despite having an off month with the company, I’m looking forward to seeing what’s in my next Fix (I hope my normal stylist Emily comes back!) and really appreciate their incredible customer service team for working to make things right.
Do you use Stitch Fix? How have your experiences been?