I first heard about Stitch Fix last year from Dream a Little Dream VT's blog and I thought it was the coolest idea! Your own personal stylist handpicks amazing items for you AND they're sent to your home where you can try them on AND you can send back whatever you don't like?! I should have signed up then and there, but I was hesitant because I am super picky about my clothes. Earlier this month I bit the bullet and signed up for my first Fix! It was fun filling out the questionnaire and wondering what pieces my personal stylist would pick for me. I didn't have to wonder long because my first Fix arrived not even a week later! Before I knew what hit me, I ripped open the box and screamed a little inside. Keep reading to see if it was in a bad or good way!
Market & Spruce Carl Ruched Knit Dress - $58I love love love navy and white striped items! This dress is too perfect for words. I literally snapped the tag off without even looking at the price - I just knew I was going to keep it! It was just the right item I needed for my closet: a versatile dress that can be dressed up for an interview or down for a movie date. VERDICT: Keeping!
Pixley Tannum Trench Vest - $78My stylist saw my utility vest from this post on my Pinterest board and knew I would like this one. She was totally right - I loved this item as well! The price was just a little too high for a vest that I could only see myself wearing a couple times. If I had kept it I could see myself styling this with a white tee and jeans and minimalist heels. VERDICT: Going back.
Pixley Scallop Hem Cut-Out Detail Skirt - $64My Topshop scallop mini skirt is one of my favorite pieces in my closet. I didn't think it would be as versatile as it is, but I've managed to wear it for summer, fall, and winter. After seeing the skirt all over my Pinterest, my stylist sent over this super cute and perfect for spring scallop hem skirt. I love the navy color (of course) and the pop of red and cut-out detail keep it from being boring. However it was just the slightest bit too small and I didn't want to risk ripping it so it's going back. VERDICT: Going back.
Fun2Fun Rinald Front Pocket Blouse - $44This is a great layering blouse for any occasion. It was just a little too tight across the ches, but perfect everywhere else. I really liked anchor print, but I wasn't thrilled about the pocket detail. It did look amazing paired with the Pixley scallop hem skirt. I think this would be a super cute business casual outfit for working in an office. VERDICT: Going back.
Gorjana Corinna Delicate Bar Necklace - $60I don't own any simple, delicate necklaces suitable for everyday wear. I feel like my stylist knew this and sent this Gorjana necklace. It was a gorgeous necklace, just a bit pricey for a piece I would probably break after a week. I am a tomboy at heart so I'm a bit reckless when it comes to jewelry - I have a lot of broken necklaces to prove it! I'm also not a fan of the length; it would be absolutely perfect if it hung just a little lower. VERDICT: Going back.
Overall, this Fix was absolutely perfect and my stylist is a goddess. I didn't keep every item, but if I did I would have received 25% off my entire order! That's a major steal for 5 high quality items that can be easily mixed and matched with tons of items in my closet. I'm super excited to wear the one item I did keep and style it in a couple different ways for you guys on the blog. I'm even more excited to see what's in my next Fix. I left my stylist a note asking for specific items and I've been pinning tons of inspiration on my Stitch Fix Pinterest board so it'll be interesting to see what I get. Interested in trying Stitch Fix for yourself? Click the picture below and get started! They have gift cards and they make a great present for grads and moms (old and new - they even have maternity Fixes!). There's so many amazing benefits that I can't even begin to list them all. Just check it out for yourself! Have you tried Stitch Fix? Tell me about your experience in the comments below!
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