Friday, October 9, 2015

Stitch Fix #2!

Hi friends!

My 2nd Stitch Fix came this week!!

Here is a sneak peek of what was inside the box!
I like to look at the idea card inside first. Here is what that looks liked.
I was instantly in love with everything in the box! I specifically asked for colored denim (check!), shirts that have a solid on one side and a pattern on the other (check! check!), and I pinned the gray & white striped jacket (check!).

Here's what I got!

1. Sutro Open Knit Infinity Scarf by Octavia

I love the color of this scarf...I don't have much like it so I really wanted to try something mustard colored. Unfortunately, the open knit isn't really my style, even though it looked great with the navy shirt.

2. Elloise Printed Back Mixed Material Knit Top by Ezra
This is something that I requested-solid on one side & pattern on the other. I {love} this shirt! It is really soft and comfy! I paired it with some black leggings. It will also be great with my black Liverpool pants from my 1st fix!

3. Chebly Split Back Knit Top by Papermoon

Again, this met my request of a solid on one side and a pattern on the other. I love the back of this shirt! It is super fun, but not too busy since it is only on the back. This shirt will be great with skinny pants or leggings!

4. Elissa French Terry Striped Moto Jacket by Market & Spruce

(Moto Jacket & Anita Pants above)
My stylist (Audrey) noticed that I pinned this jacket on my board so she included it in my fall fix! I really love the look of this jacket. I love the off centered zipper and details...unfortunately it was a little too boxy for my body and I prefer tops to be a little longer.

5. Anita Skinny Pant by Liverpool
I asked for colored denim. I mentioned that I loved my previous Liverpool pants, but would prefer something a little less expensive. My stylist did exactly as I asked-but these were just a little too high waisted for me and the crotch was a little saggy, which I can't stand in stretch pants. I liked the color though!

Here is the breakdown:
Sutro Scarf-$34-Returned
Elloise Top-$48-Keep
Chelby Top-$54-Keep
Elissa Jacket-&74-Returned
Anita Pant-$78-Returned

If you keep everything from the fix, you automatically get a 25% off discount! The original $20 styling is also deducted if you purchase something. If I would have kept everything and got the discount, it would have cost $196. But I only ended up keeping the 2 shirts for $102...but after deducting the $20 styling fee, and a $20 gift card I had, it was only $62.

I'm happy with it!! :)

If you are interested in Stitch Fix, I definitely recommend trying it out!! There is a style survey you fill out with personal tastes and your sizes. When you decide to order, you can choose every month, every other month, or every quarter. There is a $20 styling fee each month. If you decide not to purchase anything, all you are out is the $20 (they provide a prepaid mailing bag to send back the clothes you do not want). If you do decide to keep something, the $20 styling fee goes toward your total purchase. It's definitely worth a try! After receiving your box, you can go online and answer questions about the items you received (whether or not you liked them, how you felt about the prices, etc).
Also, I don't get any compensation for posting reviews like this. But if you join through my link, I do get a shop credit. You will get a referral link when you sign up too! :)

Have a great weekend!

2 comments:

  1. I have been curious about stitch fix myself.
    I absolutely hate shopping. I know, I'm strange:)

    a better way to homeschool

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  2. I really like the two tops! Perhaps it's time for me to try... Happy weekend!
    Alyce

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