So I took a month off from Stitch Fix, you know…bills. I also needed a better way to hide all these new clothes without my husband seeing them all in my closet.
I received my latest Fix for October this past week. I was giddy with excitement since I haven’t gotten a Fix in a month. I actually couldn’t contain myself before videotaping my reveal…I admit, I peeked. (Sorry, not sorry.)
Before the reveal…
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 about sizing, pricing, preferences, colors, etc. Be as specific as possible…I can’t stress this enough. Make sure to link to 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! SCORE! 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 for returns). 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! It can’t get any better than that!
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. Just manage your frequency on your account.
Stitch Fix Reveal #13
Check out my latest unboxing video:
Pixley Greenich Striped Knit Top ($48)
I have been dying for a shirt with elbow patches! To be honest, I really wanted one with sequins, but black leather is good too! This knit top is sooooo soft! I’m sure I will get a ton of use out of it…even here in Miami. I’m loving the slits at the bottom. It’s perfect for the “booty action!” This was a keeper!
Kut from the Kloth Kate Boyfriend Jean ($88)
I wear jeans a lot. I mean a lot, a lot. Not even the dreaded Miami humidity keeps me from wearing jeans. They are just so comfy and go with everything. These Kate Boyfriend Jeans are just my style. The worn in look is perfect and they have a bit of stretch to them. I love that they fit perfectly in length for my shorty legs, yet I can roll them up for a more casual look. Definitely a keeper!
Lucky Brand Yachin Fringe Wedge Bootie ($139)
BOOTIES! These fun fringed booties from Lucky Brand are so my style! I can’t wait to pair these with my Kate Boyfriend jeans and a ton of other things already in my closet. The wedge heel is what I love best. Wedges are so comfortable while giving this short girl the height I need. Kept!
Pixley Bennie Lace Up Shirt Dress ($68)
I actually pinned this exact dress to my Pinterest board. This dress is really soft and has a fun print with great colors. I adore the elastic waist! Maybe it’s because I’ve gained a few inches, but I’m not 100% sold on this dress yet. Why would I keep it you ask? Because sometimes it’s cheaper to keep all 5 items in your Fix to get a better discount. I’m sure with some extra trips to the gym, I’ll feel better about the fit in no time! I kept it.
Brixon Ivy Donna Embellished Neckline Blouse ($64)
This blouse is such a great emerald green color…perfect for fall! I’m a huge fan of sleeveless tops with embellishments and this top doesn’t disappoint. I can’t wait to wear this blouse for Thanksgiving dinner with a cute pair of skinny jeans (with stretch of course)! Keeper!
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 $101.75 for keeping all five items (I told you sometimes it’s just cheaper to keep all five) and my $20 styling fee credit.
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.