I’ve recently gotten mad at my closet.
That’s what my husband and I call it when we go through our clothes and pull out the items that we no longer love or wear anymore. Since I got rid of some items, there’s space for the new stuff now. Thankfully I have Stitch Fix to fill my closet again! (wink, wink)
Before I reveal what I received this month, here are a few things about Stitch Fix and how it all works in case you haven’t had the pleasure of getting a Fix yet:
1. You get started by filling out your style profile – you will answer all sorts of questions on sizing, pricing, preferences, colors, etc. Be as specific as possible…I can’t stress this enough. Make sure to link your fashion board on Pinterest so your stylist can see what you like! (I have received exact items that I have pinned.)
2. Order your first fix. Your credit card will be charged a $20 styling fee, but if you keep any item (one or more) you will be credited back the $20. That’s why it makes sense to keep at least one item from each Fix because you’re getting a $20 discount right off the bat! You will receive 5 items in each Fix (this will be clothing, jewelry, handbags, or shoes). I let my stylist know with each individual Fix what I want to see.
3. Go through your Fix. Decide what you want to keep and what you want to send back (they provide a postage free envelope). You have 3 business days to make up your mind (I usually decide in like 5 mins.). And get this: if you keep all 5 items you receive 25% off your entire fix! SCORE!
I enjoy receiving monthly Fixes, but you can choose to get one once every 2-3 weeks, every month, every other month, every 3 months or on demand…completely your choice so you don’t have to feel obligated!
STITCH FIX REVEAL #11
This month Katherine was my stylist again. She listened to my needs of wanting affordable items that are easy to wear in summer. You can also tell that she studied my Pinterest board because styles that I love and am interested in wearing were represented in the Fix.
I also did my first unboxing video…so out of my comfort zone! Check it out:
RD Style Bryanna Knit Romper ($68)
I adore rompers! They are so easy to wear and are perfect for the hot days and nights in Miami. Not to mention I don’t have to worry about matching a top to a bottom…it’s all one piece! This romper is so light and soft. I love the dip in the back and black is a perfect color. KEEPER!
Skies are Blue Everette V-Neck Embroidered Dress ($74)
Dresses are a great way to stay cool on a hot summer day. They can be casual when paired with sandals or dressed up for work or a dinner out with the right pair of wedges or heels. This dress is a great addition to my closet because it’s light, flowy and the neckline is so different. I will get a lot of use from this number! Another keeper.
Papermoon Mensier Spaghetti Strap Top ($38)
Let’s talk about these straps…how cute! I have short hair, so it’s perfect for drawing attention to details in the back of clothing. And the blue and cream colors are perfect for the upcoming 4th of July celebrations! This top is thin and dips slightly in the back. I’ve paired it with the Dear John Cuffed Shorts from my 9th Fix, but it would also look great with jeans, a skirt or any other type of bottom. Keeping it because it’s so versatile!
THML Ingrid Embroidered Halter Top ($54)
So my personal stylists have me figured out…halter tops are my thing. The way halters cut at the neck, they make my arms look less flabby (not my favorite part of my body). In the store, I would probably walk right by this top and never think twice about it. There’s just something about when you are forced to try something on instead of just looking at it on a hanger… Keeping this one because it’s “out of the box” for me.
Tinsel Cori Colored Denim Short ($58)
These shorts rock! They are stretchy to fit my booty (and mine is a doozy) and the color matches everything! I could even pair these with the Papermoon tank from above. Shorts are a must in my wardrobe and I welcome all suggestions for them! Keeper for sure.
I’ve told you before that I don’t look at the prices when I try on the items. I want to make a real decision without being swayed by the price tag. The best part is, if I kept all 5 items in this Fix, I got 25% off plus my styling fee credit of $20. In this particular Fix, I saved $73 for keeping all five items, my $20 styling fee credit, AND one of my friends signed up for Stitch Fix so I had a referral credit! (Every Stitch Fix customer gets a unique referral link to share with friends.)
Keep in mind, when I filled out my Stitch Fix profile, I chose the second price point of $50-$100 for my clothes. There is also the option for “The cheaper, the better” and you can also range your prices from $200+. You choose.