It’s been MONTHS (almost half a year actually) but I’m excited to finally have received another Stitch Fix box! After my last fix arrived in November I decided to take a break since I knew I had my December Europe trip ahead and buying a house was on the radar.
But with a wedding to attend and a trip to NYC on the books for April (both of which I asked my stylist to pick options for), I thought it’d be nice to add some new options to my wardrobe. Here’s what I received.
Skies are Blue Honey Halter Blouse ($48) + Liverpool Elizabeth Super Skinny Jean ($78)
I feel like my collection of jeans/pants is already well over what it should be, but I couldn’t say no to this mint-colored skinny jeans. SO perfect for spring/summer (which essentially is the year-round weather here in Florida). With having so much warm weather, the halter top is another great addition to my closet! These colors pair so well together too! Verdict: Kept Both
Le Lis Kano Textured Knit Dress ($78)
I’m all about comfy clothes and this dress is incredibly comfortable! Stretchy material, for the win! This is one that can be dressed up (blazer) or down (plain or with a jean jacket), which is great too. Verdict: Kept
Brixon Ivy James Laser Cut Dress ($78)
I absolutely LOVED this dress! The color, the cut, everything about it. I ended up wearing it to the wedding I attended and know I’ll be getting a lot of use out of it! Verdict: Kept
Le Lis Hammie French Terry Knit Top ($48)
The last top I received was my least favorite in the box. While it was super soft and I didn’t mind the polka dots, it reminded me (well more so my boyfriend but once he said it, it stuck in my head) of a hospital gown. It actually ended up being cheaper for me to keep this vs. sending it back and keeping the other 4. I’m hoping to love it more, but am thinking maybe that’ll happen with darker jeans? Verdict: Kept
As you can see it was a pretty great month with Stitch Fix, since I ended up keeping all five of the items sent. While I wasn’t crazy about the last top, it ended up saving me about $55 to get it, which was a no brainer to do. Specifically, I was thrilled with the 2 dresses that were sent. I feel like good shorts and dresses are tough to find that I’m comfortable in, but these really hit the nail on the head.
While I know the pieces from Stitch Fix can be a bit pricier in some cases (especially if you’re a bargain shopper), the quality is always great, I find pieces I’d never find (or try) on my own, and honestly, the convenience is too good to pass up with a box of clothes based on my style profile showing up at my door!
Have you tried Stitch Fix? What are some of your favorite pieces for spring/summer?