Stitch Fix Review


Hi everyone!

I’m back with another Stitch Fix review.  I was very excited to get another fix because the last time I tried it I was pregnant.  

If you are not familiar with how it works, you pay $20 and fill out an on-line styling profile so your “stylist” can get an idea of what you like.  Stitch Fix will then mail you a box of five clothing items/accessories.   You keep what you want and send back what you don’t (in a prepaid return envelope they provide). Your $20 goes towards whatever you decide to keep and you get a 25% discount if you buy all five items.  The fix also comes with notecards of suggestions on how to wear each item.  Love this!

For this fix, I told my stylist that I had a baby a few months ago and that I was really digging Reese Witherspoon’s style (isn’t she killing it?). Here’s what I got in my box!

 Just Black Adorra Skinny Jeans $88

I have a hard time finding jeans I like and these are great.  I much prefer a dark wash and this pair is the perfect color.  I also like that they are long and super stretchy.  I think the price is decent at $88.  The only negative is that they are a little snug, and therefore I’m on the fence about keeping them.  I’m clearly not back in tip- top shape, although I feel confident I’ll get to where I want to be eventually.  I hate to buy clothes in the hopes of fitting into them though.

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Verdict:  Not sure!

Market & Spruce Colibri Polka Dot Print Top $48

My first thought when I pulled this top out of my box was does my stylist think I’m still pregnant?  I actually checked the tag to see if it was a maternity shirt.  I really liked it after I tried it on.  It’s soft and is made of a material that barely wrinkles.

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 My notecard for this top said to pair with a sweater and boots.  The notecard also showed the top with white jeans and red flats.  

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I love this outfit and could totally see Reese Witherspoon wearing it.

Verdict:  Keeping

Laila Jayde Bowie Solid Dolman Sleeve Top $58

The Laila Jayde top is soft and comfy and I love the color for this time of year.  I tried it with the Bancroft Trisha Clover Charm necklace ($32).   The notecard shows the top with a navy blazer and heels or with a light blue cardigan and gray skirt.  

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Verdict:  Not buying – only because I already have a few similar tops in my closet. I’m also not keeping the necklace.  I prefer dainty necklaces, although this one was cute and I liked it more than I thought I would. 

Honey Punch Layla Elbow Patch Detail Cardigan $ 48

This is a very soft and cozy open cardigan.  I absolutely love the elbow pad detail.  The notecard showed it with a white t-shirt, red jeans and flats in one outfit and with a chambray shirt, dark jeans and flats as another option.
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I tried it with gray suede booties and d’orsay flats.

Verdict: Not keeping.  I liked it okay, but didn’t love it and I have plenty of open cardigans like this.

I love Stitch Fix!  I jump for joy when the mailman delivers my box. It’s so fun to try on clothes that someone else has picked out for you.  I’m always surprised at what I end up keeping.  I think I’m going to do another fix very soon because I have a few holiday parties next month and would love for my stylist to send me things with the holidays in mind.

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? 



This post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix and I used my own moneyto buy the clothes. However, referral links are included in this post and I will receive kickbacks should you decide to use them.




3 thoughts on “Stitch Fix Review

  1. Thx so much for the Stitch Fix review! I am totally going to try this out today. I always go for the same look when I shop by myself and I’m hoping this will nudge me out of my rut.

    Those items look so good but I probably would never have pulled them off a rack to try on. I’m hoping StitchFix will send me stuff that will surprise and delight me, too. Will let you know!

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