Time for another Stitch Fix review! For those of you not familiar with the service, it’s a styling subscription set in time intervals of your choice (e.g. bi-weekly, once a month, every other month). For each “fix” you schedule, you’ll receive 5 clothing and/or accessory items, be able to try them on in the comfort of your own home and after 3 days, decide which items you want to keep (and pay for) and which you want to mail back in the prepaid package.
You’ll be charged a $20 styling fee for each scheduled fix, which will go toward paying for any items you decide to keep. If you keep everything in your fix, you’ll get a 25% discount on your order total, which is amazing! However, if you decide not to keep anything, you’ll forfeit the $20. To ensure you have the best chance of loving your fix, fill out the style profile upon account sign up and create a board on Pinterest to show your stylist what kinds of things you like. You can also include a note to your stylist to let them know if you’re looking for a specific outfit type for work, weekends, an event, etc.
This month I requested a dress for my cousin’s wedding rehearsal + dinner and some fun, weekend clothes, since I feel like a good chunk of my wardrobe is filled with work clothes. Let’s see how my stylist did.
Pixley Yvette V-Neck Dress ($68)
I pinned this dress to my style board on Pinterest in hopes that they’d have it in stock to send to me. I love the bight, fun colors of the dress, especially since most of my dresses are solid or two colors max. I think I’ll be packing this one with me for the rehearsal dinner! Verdict: Kept
Skies Are Blue Rorik Strappy Back Top ($48)
I love the color of this top and the open criss-cross back at the top. Plus, this top is one that can be worn casual or dressed up, which I love. So perfect for spring and summer! Verdict: Kept
Kut From The Kloth Maisha Ponte and Faux Leather Jacket ($88)
When I pulled out this faux leather jacket I wasn’t interested at all. But rather than just putting it back in the box, I decided to try it on. And to my surprise, I absolutely LOVED it! Plus, it pairs perfectly with the Pixley dress! Verdict: Kept
Pixley Brisma Lattice Knit Top ($44)
At first glance this top looked like it’d be too short and not really something I’d wear. But I was proven wrong. I think this was my favorite item in my fix! Not only is it incredibly soft and comfortable (the best kind of clothing), but it’s a piece I think I can rock pretty much year-round here in Florida. Verdict: Kept
Kut From The Kloth Haiden Straight Leg Jean ($88)
The number of jeans I have is kind of ridiculous. I swore off collecting any more, but since I decided to keep everything else, it made more sense for me to keep these as well. Not to mention the only pair of white jeans I have are the frayed kind (more casual) and these have a cleaner look for work or getting a little more dressed up! Verdict: Kept
So there you have it. May was a solid month for Stitch Fix as you can see, since I kept everything in my box. Since I kept all 5 I was able to get a discount, which resulted in each piece averaging out to just under $50. Buying clothes from Stitch Fix can definitely get pricey, but I find it so helpful to get new pieces to try, especially since half of them I’d never pick up off the rack in a store to try. Plus, if you’re crunched for time, it’s nice to be able to have some options delivered to you!
Have you tried Stitch Fix? What are your favorites from my May fix?