It's the most fun part of the month - Stitch Fix day! Getting this box was like receiving an early Christmas present. This is my 8th box from Stitch Fix and this is by far the best one yet. My past few fixes have been hit or miss, but the best part about this company is the combination of personal style and computer algorithms. With the comments I left about the items I returned and my online style profile, Stitch Fix has really narrowed down on my personal style, while testing my boundaries with some new pieces.
Haven't heard of Stitch Fix yet? It's been in the news a lot recently! I did a full review a few months back. The gist of the company is this - 1. You fill out an online style profile and schedule a fix. 2. The team of stylists and computers pick out clothes they think you would like and send it to you on your chosen date. 3. You try on everything at home! 4. Keep what you like and return the rejects within 3 days. 5. Checkout online. Leave detailed comments on each piece they sent you. Was it too big? Was the print too crazy? Color didn't work well in your wardrobe? Tell them!
This month was actually full of items that I had on my wish list. Bonus? The items all went together! Hence why I only have three images to share with you!
|41Hawthorn - Ivy solid tab sleeve v-neck blouse|
Ark n Co - Stagnitto pleated skater skirt
This Ark n Co skirt is actually made out of neoprene, the fabric of the season! I've been on the hunt for the perfect a-line black skirt. I've probably tried on at least five or six. They either were too short, too long or not quite a-line. This skirt is floaty and bounces when I walk. It's also lined with a soft material that feels like it will be warm in the winter. I'm definitely planning on wearing this skirt with some tights are heels. The biggest bonus? It was only $38! Steal.
|RD Style - Diandra Chunky knit open cardigan|
|TCEC - Stevenson polka dot crew neck sweater|
Lasome - Pacific chevron print skirt
See? Pearls, red lip, B&W. I'm straight out of the 1950's! I didn't keep either of these pieces. I already have two polka dotted sweaters in my closet and I just wasn't sure how often I would wear the skirt. I just wouldn't get the price down to my price per wear comfort zone. Both of these were popped back into the return bag, along with the open cardigan, and sent back to California.
Thanks for a great fix this month Stitch Fix! Being that I kept two pieces, and returned two because I already owned them, it seems like you're really getting to know me!
Want to get a fix of your own? Stop by Stitch Fix and start by filling out your style profile! I'm not a representative of Stitch Fix, just a loyal customer, though if you sign up through my link they give me $25 as a nice referral bonus. They're so nice!
Check out some of my previous posts about Stitch Fix if you want a more complete picture of the process!
Fix #1 - May 2013
Fix #2 - June 2013
Fix #3 - July 2013
Fix #4 - August 2013
Fix #5 - September 2013
Fix #6 - October 2013
Fix #7 - November 2013
Fix #9 - January 2014
Fix #10 - February 2014
Fix #11 - March 2014
Fix #12 - April 2014
Here are some items similar to the Stitch Fix pieces! Piperlime tends to carry some of the same brands as SF, be sure to check them out!