Last time around my Stitch Fix (#10) was a bust. To make up for the wrong sizing + style, Stitch Fix offered to cover my $20 styling fee this time around, which is/was much appreciated! This time around I requested some options for dresses to wear to the wedding I was attending, and other fun end of summer pieces. Here’s what I was sent.
Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Chino Short ($58)
These shorts weren’t terrible, but they weren’t great either. They were a dressier type of material, but I don’t find myself needing dressy shorts ever really, so I decided to send these back. If they had been a bit cheaper, I probably would’ve kept them. Verdict: Returned
Market & Spruce Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Tee ($44)
(Yes this is the same photo as above). Although this shirt is plain and there’s not a whole lot to it style-wise, I really liked it! The material was super soft and it’s a tee that can be dressed up or down, which is always a plus! It’s also definitely more than I’d ever spend on a shirt like this, but I cringed at the thought of losing $20 for the styling fee and I did like it, so I went for it. Verdict: Kept
41Hawthorn Sugar Dot Print Dress ($74)
This was one of the dress options sent to wear to the wedding I was attending. I’m fine with polka dots but this just seemed a little much. Plus, the waistline wasn’t right on me and it just wasn’t super flattering overall, so back it went. Verdict: Returned
Mo: Vint Angelus Button Back Top ($54)
I was on the fence about this top. While I thought the style was fun (perfect for falls in Florida), I’m not a fan of wearing the “muscle shirts,” where my arms are fully exposed. After going back and forth, I decided against keeping this one. $54 is too much to pay if I’m not totally sold on it. Verdict: Returned
Gilli Taylan Dress ($64)
Right out of the box, I knew this dress wouldn’t be a keeper. While it wasn’t totally clingy, it wasn’t flowy enough to be flattering, and the pattern wasn’t too “me.” Verdict: Returned
I’m not sure what happened to my stylist Emily (maybe she left the company?) but I miss her and I wish Stitch Fix would give her back!
If it was still summer, I’d probably take a break from Stitch Fix for a bit (summer is my least favorite season besides my birthday), but since fall is just around the corner and I have some trips coming up, I’m going to see what kind of fall clothing is chosen for me next time around. I’ve already seen some really great pieces on their social media accounts!
Do you subscribe to Stitch Fix? Who’s your stylist and how have they done for you so far?