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Wondering how Stitch Fix works? It’s easy! Fill out an online style profile and pay a $20 styling fee. A Stitch Fix stylist puts five amazing pieces in a box and sends it your way. Try the pieces on at home and decide what to keep or send back in the postage-paid envelope. Your $20 styling fee goes towards whatever you keep. So much easier than dragging myself to the mall with two kids in tow.
Welcome to my Stitch Fix Review for April 2014!
To be honest, my March fix wasn’t really all that spectacular. There were some communication issues and my stylist missed some of my previous comments about not wanting jeans and the sizing was off. I really think it was an anomaly. The company is growing so quickly (yay) and I think it’s just growing pains. And I did end up keeping this gorgeous bracelet from my fix, so it wasn’t a total loss.
This Fix more than made up for last month’s fix. Jinnyi was my stylist this month and she did a great job. I’m really going to need your help this month, y’all. Take a look at my Fix and leave a comment letting me know which pieces you think I should keep or send back.
1. Mystree Mixed Stripe Jersey Maxi Dress $78
Ok, so really? I don’t need help deciding on this one because it’s a YES. I’m just about 5″5′ and finding maxi dresses that don’t drag on the floor is pretty hard. This is the perfect length and I love how it looks with and without a jacket. The jersey material is soft and it’ll be perfect for cool summer nights. And I can wear some great, colorful statement necklaces to give it some pop.
2. Splendid Isla Striped 3/4 Sleeve Pocket Tee $58
This top is actually see through thanks to the eyelet design, but I love it. It’s soft and comfortable and reminds me of California for some strange reason. I wore a nude cami under, but it would look great with a bikini top peeking out during the summer. Also, it’s winter in Western New York Still, so please excuse my ghostly white skin. Thanks.
3. Pomelo Wrenn V-Neck Jersey Top $44
This top is super soft and I can dress it up or down. It would look great under a blazer or suit coat, but I could wear it with capris and flats or even shorts. I do love the bright color. My only hang up with this shirt is the material seems to wrinkle easily.
4. Tulle Delmare Elephant Print Cut-Out Detail Blouse $48
My only complaint about this shirt is the cut outs on the shoulders make it necessary to wear a strapless bra with this top and I am not at all a fan of going strapless. That being said, the fit is great and it’s not too billowy. It’s a great silky material with little elephants for the print. It’s not something I’d never buy for myself, and I was a little skeptical when I saw it in the box, but it’s growing on me.
5. C. Luce Donatella Colorblocked Short Sleeve Blouse $54
This is the one I’m most torn on whether to keep or send back. I love that it has a total 60’s vibe to the top with the shape and color block. I totally feel a little Mad Men wearing it. There are slits on each side of the shirt, and it definitely shows a lot of stomach if I lift my arms up over my head. So, total toss up on this one.
Total Fix cost: $282.00 (less 25% buy all discount and $20 styling fee= $196.50)
Ok, now it’s your turn. What do you think I should keep and send back? And don’t tell me to send back that maxi dress because it’s mine. All mine.
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