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This summer my family and I are traveling to Vermont for a family vacation. I thought it’d be fun to have some new fashions for the trip, so I ordered a Stitch Fix box. Stitch Fix is a styling service where a stylist hand picks styles specifically selected for you. The fashions arrive right on your doorstep! In today’s post, I’ve reviewing my most recent Stitch Fix box.
I recently received a Stitch Fix box with 5 fashions for summer. Stitch Fix is a fun and convenient styling service where you receive 5 fashion items especially picked for you. I have received 9 previous Stitch Fix boxes over the years, and some of my Stitch Fix items of the past are my favorite pieces in my wardrobe.
How Stitch Fix Works
To help out your stylist, it’s best to fill out your style profile on the Stitch Fix website first. In the past I’ve also shared a “My Style” Pinterest board with my stylist to give her an idea of what I like. I’ve also communicated via email with my stylist to give an idea of what I’m looking for.
This time I told my stylist that I would like cute summer tops, shorts and skirts, and perhaps a bag I could use on my upcoming trip. With Stitch Fix, there is a $20 styling fee. But if you purchase an item in your fix, that fee goes toward the purchase price of what you buy. If you buy all the items in your fix, you get 25% off all 5 items. You pay no shipping fees. My first fix I bought all 5 items, but since then, I have only bought 1 or 2 items per box.
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Tulla Mixed Material Knit Top by 41 Hawthorn ($54)
The first item I tried in my Stitch Fix box is the 41 Hawthorn Tulla Mixed Material Knit Top in black. This 3/4-sleeve top is very comfortable and light. I think it will be perfect for Vermont’s cooler summer nights. The fabric feels soft and is of high quality. I like the longer length of this top. I also like that the V neck of this shirt isn’t too deep. Verdict: Keep.
Morey Short by Dear John ($64)
I paired the 41 Hawthorn Tulla Mixed Material Knit Top with the Morey Short by Dear John. I really liked the color and look of this short. They were comfortable, too. If it weren’t for the high price for these shorts, I might have kept them. Not to mention that I just found a stash of summer shorts that I had stored in the attic! Verdict: Return.
Anchorage Striped Canvas Tote by Street Level ($64)
I really like the look of the Anchorage Striped Canvas Tote. I almost kept it. But, it’s a lot larger than the purses that I usually carry, and I did purchase a cute bag (the Genina Satchel by Urban Expressions) in my last Stitch Fix. I might regret sending this one back! The bag had a big roomy interior compartment with a zipper top. On either side were two large compartments with snap openings. The fabric of this bag is heavy and high quality. Verdict: Return
Tamika V Neck Knit Top by Z Supply ($36)
I wasn’t in love with this striped top. It looks like several of the striped tops I have from Old Navy. But my Old Navy tops fit me better and cost a lot less. Verdict: Return
Golda Faux Wrap Midi Skirt by Le Lis ($58)
In the summer, I tend to prefer wearing casual cotton skirts. I am not sure what fabric this skirt is made of, but I didn’t love it. I felt like this skirt was old school, a bit fussy and bright. Verdict: Return.
Stitch Fix has always been hit or miss for me but it’s still fun to get. I love the top you kept! Looks so comfortable and will be perfect for your trip!
Jill – Doused in Pink
I’ve never tried a clothing subscription box. I think the hardest part for me is that I’m super picky and rarely buy clothing items. I can see this being good to try and get out of your comfort zone.