Spring Stitch Fix Review + Cute Spring Outfits


spring stitch fix review


I’m excited to share my spring Stitch Fix review. I’ve reviewed Stitch Fix a few times on the blog before. You can read my previous Stitch Fix reviews here, here, and here. Since my last Stitch fix was last winter and I had a referral credit, I thought it would be fun to see what they would pick out for me this spring.




But before we get to my spring stitch review, let me tell you what Stitch Fix is all about (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 accessories to your door for you to try. You can schedule your deliveries monthly or on-demand. They also offer luxe pieces. These are premium brands that are pricier but are more investment pieces. You can click a box or let your stylist know if you want luxe pieces.


How Much Does Stitch Fix Cost?

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 only pay the $20 styling fee. If you choose to keep one or more pieces, you’ll receive a credit for the $20 styling fee you paid upfront towards your purchase. And, if you purchase all five items, you receive a 25% discount. You can try Stitch Fix using my code to get $25 off your first fix!


How Does Stitch Fix Work?

I left a note for my stylist that I was interested in unique tops and spring pieces that I could mix and match with the basics already in my wardrobe. I wanted pieces with unique details that you would not see on everyone if you were out and about. One thing that was new this time around was a preview. I received an email that my curated pieces were ready to review. I could select up to 5 items to receive or leave feedback for my stylist to select new items. I loved having the option to see what my stylist chose in advance. There were two pieces that I wanted in my fix. A few of the pieces had an extremely high price point (over $150), and I asked to swap for more budget-friendly pieces.


A Look Inside My Spring Stitch Fix Box


41 Hawthorn Adelina Surplice Jumpsuit $54

I loved the pretty spring print, flattering wrap-style top, and the length was also perfect for my height. It had bra-friendly wide straps and the fabric was soft and stretchy. The only con would be that it did not have pockets.

Verdict: Kept


Spring stitch fix review


Kaileigh Rica Knit Crop Jumpsuit $58

At first glance this his jumpsuit was similar to the first. I loved the color and side tie. But, the spaghetti straps require a strapless bra, and the cropped length was not flattering on me. This one did have pockets but the 95% polyester fabric didn’t feel as nice.

Verdict: Returned


Spring stitch fix review


Luq Lessie Embroidered Top $44

This cute blouse had gorgeous navy embroidery and ruffle detailing. I loved the summery vibe. But, I have several tops that have embroidery and didn’t need one more.

Verdict: Returned


Spring stitch fix review


Mason & Belle Landon Flutter Sleeve Top $44

I thought this henley-style blouse would be perfect to wear at work on a zoom call. I loved the colors, print, and flutter sleeve. But the fabric texture felt rough and I knew that would bother me when I wore it.

Verdict: Returned


Spring stitch fix review


Nine Britton Leilani Faux Wrap Blouse $44

I had high hopes for this blouse. It was one of the two pieces I selected in my preview. I love wrap-style tops and the ditsy print was adorable. But, it’s cropped. I’m wearing high-waisted jeans and it was still just a tad too short. As much as I wanted to keep it, I knew it wouldn’t be worn very often.

Verdict: Returned


Spring stitch fix review




I thought I hit the jackpot with this box. While I didn’t keep everything, I loved what my stylist selected and that the price points were completely within my budget. As much as I love to shop, I think it’s fun to have someone pick out pieces for you once in a while. I highly recommend trying Stitch Fix if you want to update your wardrobe with a few key pieces or treat yourself by having someone shop for you. Don’t forget, you can try Stitch Fix yourself using my code to get $25 off your first fix! 


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