Okay, I am really loving Stitch Fix. (Haven't heard of Stitch Fix? You can read my post HERE that tells you all about it.) This month was the best delivery so far. I think it gets better with time because I get to give feedback on each piece that comes and over time the stylists learn what I like.
One nice touch is that each clothing items comes with a card attached that shows ways to wear that piece of clothes.
This time my stylist was Joseph A. and I've requested to keep him. He actually listened to my request that all of the shirts have sleeves. What to see what came this month?
See that set of two bracelets in the bottom right of the photo? This was the accessory that was included this time. I thought that it was fine, but didn't really plan on keeping them. (See below to find out why I ended up keeping them!) I really do like the star detailing on the red bracelet and they have a strong magnetic closure.
I'm thinking next time I will request that they skip the accessory and ask that they send a 5th clothing item instead.
Angie Delcan Crochet Inset Floral Print Top
Love the bright blue color of this shirt! It fit great and I liked that it was a little dressy, but still casual. The lacy insets adds a great detail to the top. I'm keeping it.
Hawthone Ivy Mini Dot Tab-Sleeved Blouse
I love that this shirt can be dressed up or down. I wore it with a black pencil skirt to church and thought it fit great and I loved the mini polka print.
After church, I slipped into some jeans and thought the shirt went well with those too. Got to love versatility! My favorite detail on the shirt is a little hard to see in the picture, but there are tabs that reach around the ends of the sleeves and attach with a little button. I like how it puffs the sleeves a bit. Kept this one too!
Peppermint Ameila Mixed Print Tie-Waist Top
The mix of polka sleeves and a chevron bodice was really fun. I'd asked for shirts with fun patterns and this shirt fit the bill. Kept it!
Marigold Chambray Skirt
This was a really cute denim skirt with fun button and pocket details, but it was just too short for me. I like things down to the knee, so it didn't work for me. My 13 year old really wanted to try on the skirt and it fit her too. (A little loose, but workable.) I would have just sent it back, but after running the math, I figured that since I was keeping three shirts, it would only cost me $20 more to keep both the skirt and the bracelets because of the 25% discount that is offered if you keep everything.
I'm sure Stitch Fix has it all worked out so that people end up keeping more than planned because of the 25% discount. This is the first time I've kept everything.
So, it was a successful month from Stitch Fix! I love having new clothes arrive at my doorstep that fit and that I didn't have to walk miles at the mall to find.
Note: This post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix, I just really love their service and thought I'd share my fun with you. I do receive a credit if you use my referral link and decided to try it out for yourself.