My latest stitch fix came and I feel obliged to share it with everyone. To be honest I forgot it was even scheduled to arrive. The first item up was this Camilla Floral & Paisley Print Blouse by Renee C. I liked it a lot, but it was too small for me, so I obviously could not keep it.
Next up was this Taber Foldover Sweater by Market and Spruce. It was so wrong on me..... it made me look like a grandma. I didn't like it at all.
Then there was this Adair V-Neck Thermal by Laila Jayde. This was another item that was too small. And I also don't like V-neck shirts all that much. There were also these Freida Corduroy pants by Mavi. I LOVED these pants however they were $98.00 and pants should not be that expensive. Also I got pants in my last fix and they were similar to this color.
That left this Yorba Abstract Floral Print Kimono by Papermoon. Which ended up being my keep item. I am not sure I am in love with it.... but I didn't want to lose my styling fee. I think I will be able to wear it a lot in the spring.
If you have never heard about it Stitch Fix let me give you the run down. Stitch Fix is a personal styling company. You fill out a styling profile, your size, your shape, etc. It is really easy and the more detailed the better your fixes. Then you schedule when you want your Fix. You can sign up for a specific date or you can choose to get a Fix every couple weeks, monthly, or every other month. They will then send you five items (clothing and accessories) and whatever you don't like you return in a prepaid mailing bag. You have three business days to decide what you want to keep. The cost is $20 per fix, however this money goes towards any item you keep (with no extra shipping costs). Also if you love all five items you get a 25% discount to keep them all!
So how are your fixes going? Are they getting better? Worse? Have you tried Stitch Fix? Do you want to? If you sign up and try it out let me know. I would love to see your first fix!
My third fix was not blogged about due to computer issues.