I’ve mentioned Stitch Fix a few times on the blog before. You can read my honest stitch fix review from previous seasons here and here. It’s literally been a few years since I received my last box, so when Stitch Fix reached out to me with a waived styling fee, I wanted to take advantage of it and try this service again.
What is Stitch Fix?
But before we get to my honest stitch fix review, let me tell you what Stitch Fix is (and if you are already familiar, go ahead and scroll down). Stitch Fix is a personal shopping service that shops for you and delivers five pieces of clothing and/or accessories to your door for you to try. You can schedule your deliveries monthly or on-demand.
The charge for the monthly styling fee is $20. If you decide not to keep anything, you send it back in a prepaid envelope and are charged the styling fee. If you keep one or more pieces, the $20 styling fee is credited towards your purchase, and if you purchase all five pieces, you receive a 25% discount. You can try Stitch Fix using my code to get $25 off your first fix!
I let my stylist know that I worked from home and wanted pieces that were casual yet easy to put together for when I had to run out. I also asked for items that would transition from winter to spring. I shared my try-on on my Instastories and had you vote for if they were keepers or not.
My Honest Stitch Fix Review – What was in my Latest Box:
Mix By 41 Hawthorn – Denver Front Twist Brushed Knit Top – $38
I would say this is a sweater, not a top. The material is really soft, and I liked how it fit, but the 3/4 sleeves take away the cozy factor. Plus, I would prefer a longer length to wear with leggings. I think it would look cute with a jean jacket layered over it in the spring. 66% voted to keep it, but in the end, I decided to return it.
August Mix – Josey Elbow Patch Pullover $46
I’m a sucker for elbow patches, and the honeycomb knit is really cute. It’s a heavier weight knit and pretty versatile. You could wear it with leggings, jeans, or skinny trousers and it would be darling with a vest layered over it. 60% said this was a keeper, but because I didn’t absolutely love it, I returned it.
Jolie – Reid 3/4 Sleeve Knit Top $38
I had high hopes for this one when I pulled it out of the box. The teal color is gorgeous, and I generally like the look of batwing sleeves. But, this top is not very flattering on me, and 87% of you agreed!
Lush – Warren Split-Neck Blouse $44
This cute cheetah print top was my favorite piece in the box, and this type of top is something that can be worn with virtually everything. It would be easy to dress this up or down. 80% of you said it was a keeper, but I already have a cheetah print top. As much as I love animal print, having two similar tops in my closet makes no sense, so this one didn’t make the cut and was returned.
Sophie Rue – Demeter Cardigan $48
How pretty is this cardigan layered over the cheetah print top? It’s a wool blend, and the neutral color and length of this cardigan are perfect. I have a very similar cardigan already, so this was returned as well.
Stitch Fix Final Thoughts
Even though I didn’t end up keeping anything, I thought overall this was still a good box and I had fun trying everything on. The pieces were of high quality, and the price points wouldn’t break the bank. Unfortunately, it just didn’t have any unique pieces that wowed me or that I couldn’t find anywhere else. I definitely recommend them if you are looking to update your wardrobe with a few key pieces or to treat yourself by having someone shop for you. I think it’s important to really communicate your likes/dislikes and what you are specifically looking for with your stylist. You can try Stitch Fix yourself using my code to get $25 off your first fix!
I hope you enjoyed my honest Stitch Fix review!
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