Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

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I’ve been getting Stitch Fix for awhile now and really like it.  You can read some of my other reviews.

If you’re not familiar with Stitch Fix, I’ll give you a quick rundown.  When you sign up for Stitch Fix you fill out a questionnaire on your style.  They ask you all kinds of questions so they’ll have an idea what you like and what sizes you are.  They ask you if you would like to try any different styles.  They show different pictures of clothes and you mark if you love them, like them, so-so, not really, and NO!  With the information they gather they send you a box of 5 items your stylist thinks you will like.  You can try them on at home and decide.   You get on your computer and “check-out”  with the items you want to keep.  What you don’t want, you send back in a bag they provide for you.  You can choose how often you get a “Fix”.  I skipped last month because we were away on vacation.  You can also write your stylist and give them ideas for what you want.  Last month I asked for a dress I could wear to a wedding (and got it).

Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

1.  I got this great hobo bag.  The zippers are just decoration and I love the little bag that’s inside. It’s the size of a makeup bag.  This would actually work nice in the fall.  I just bought a new purse a couple of months ago, if I hadn’t done that I would probably be more excited about this bag.  The strap was a little short too.

Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

  • Blaine Zipper Detail Hobo Bag- $58
  • Decision- Send Back

2.  I like this top a lot.  However, it’s a little baggie and short.  I have a long torso and I’m afraid it will shrink up.  The fabric is very thin and I’m pretty sure that would happen.  I’m leaving a note to my stylist that I prefer longer shirts for next time.

Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

  • Croydon Kit Top- $38
  • Decision- Send Back

3.  This top is cute and I love that it’s lined. The material was thin so the lining was really nice.  I thought I could wear this with a skirt, shorts, or jeans.

Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

  • Murrey Embroidered Hem Top- $54
  • Decision- KEEP

4.  I like this top a lot.  I feel I could wear it with shorts or jeans, that it could be dressed up or down. It was a little big in the pleated area.

Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

  • Nolen Printed Detail Henley Tank- $54
  • Decision- Send Back

5.  These jeans fit perfect.  The first month, I was a little off in my sizing, but I changed my settings and things have really been fitting well.  The holes in these are real.  Sometimes in jeans they will be fake, but these aren’t.  I felt these would be perfect for the beach.  I think they’re for someone a little younger than me though.  I don’t feel I could wear them to volunteer in the kids classroom.  I may have kept them if they were less expensive, but I thought the price was a little high for something I wouldn’t wear that often.

Stitch Fix Review- July 2015

  • Dilan Distressed Boyfriend Jean- $98
  • Decision- Send Back

Even though I only got one thing this month I am pretty happy.  I haven’t had a chance to shop at all lately and I know not everything will work every time.

This is not a sponsored post. I decided to purchase the Stitch Fix box on my own, but it does contain an affiliate link that gives me a small credit towards my next box.

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1 Response

  1. Haley says:

    I love that hobo bag! Pinned!

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