I am SO EXCITED about today’s post! If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram, you might know that I started as a Stitch Fix stylist back in February. As a customer, I’ve gotten 3 Fixes so far, and I have loved all of them, so I’m really excited to share a Stitch Fix review and unboxing with all of you!
Quick disclaimer: I may be a stylist for Stitch Fix, but I wouldn’t be sharing this with y’all if I didn’t think it was totally awesome.Promise! I don’t get any bonus employment incentives based on recruiting people and I’m not being paid to write this post. I do get a commission if you sign up via my referral link, but you don’t have to use that if you don’t want to. Good? Okay!
How Stitch Fix Works
The idea behind Stitch Fix is basically a personal stylist in a box. Each Fix is 5 items — clothing, accessories, and shoes — based on your personal style preferences and sent right to your door. It’s easier than shopping for yourself, especially if you hate shopping, plus you can try on all the pieces with the rest of your wardrobe! It’s not a subscription service, either — choose to get Fixes frequently or just whenever you have extra cash or a special event coming up.
The service itself is $20, but if you keep any of the items, that $20 is deducted from the price. Plus, if you love all 5 items, you get a 25% discount — which is basically a free piece! Otherwise, ship ’em all back with the included prepaid envelope. Easy peasy.
Okay, so that’s how it works — on to the good stuff!
Stitch Fix Unboxing & Review
This is my third box, but the first time I’ve had time to film/blog when my box was delivered. So far, I’ve kept 3 things total — all things that I wear constantly (two of them are in my capsule) and LOVE!
This Fix, I asked specifically for boho-goth tops and dresses and emphasized my Pinterest board. I think my stylist totally nailed it!
Also, since I had lots of friends ask how this fits into my capsule wardrobe… I’m fine with these being a part of my summer capsule 🙂 I’m always looking for pieces I absolutely LOVE, so Stitch Fix will help fill in the gaps and keep my wardrobe current. Since Texas doesn’t really have seasons, I can use most of these pieces year round. Win-win!
Papermoon Naz Crochet Kimono – $48.00 – Keep
First of all, like I said in my video — can we just all collectively agree to stop calling it a “kimono” and go with “shawl” instead?
But this type of garment is my favorite ever. I love layering on top of tank tops and dresses to add visual interest or an extra layer of warmth. Sending me this was spot on and definitely something I would pick out myself!
Collective Concepts Rohana Fringe Detail Top – $48.00 – Keep
My stylist suggested pairing this top with the Papermoon
kimono shawl and pairing with jeans — definitely a go-to casual look for me! I never thought I’d be into fringe, but I love the detailing on this top. Total winner!
Skies are Blue Peverell Cold Shoulder Top – $54.00 – Keep
My stylist noticed I had a navy cold shoulder top on my Pinterest board and sent me this similar top. I love the fabric (rayon! Perfect for summer) and the embroidered detailing. I wasn’t sure if I’d like the cold shoulder look on me, but I’m in love. Keeping for sure!
Kut From The Kloth Denim Jacket – $78.00 – Return
I had mixed feelings about this jacket. I had requested a denim jacket in my previous Fix, but with the weather warming up and the almost-too-light wash on this jacket, I decided to send it back. Looking at pictures makes me wonder if I made the right choice!
Loveappella Clarabella Lace Detail Maxi Skirt – $58.00 – Return
Another excellent pick for me! The detailing is gorgeous and the fabric is soft and stretchy. My only regret is the fit. I’m not sure if I needed a size up or if it was supposed to be fitted, but this piece fit me like a bodycon skirt — not what I want in a maxi skirt, personally! This one had to go back. Farewell, gorgeous maxi skirt.
Overall, my stylist definitely nailed this Fix! I think she did a great job choosing pieces based on my tastes and I am ESPECIALLY excited for the next Fix. And, if you want to sign up yourself, click here!
What do you think? Did I make the right choices in what to keep and what to send back?
P.S. — Want any of these pieces in your own Fix? Be sure to pin the photos to Pinterest to let your stylist know!