I recently started a new subscription service that is fashion oriented called Stitch Fix. You may or may not have heard of it. You set up your style profile and a stylist does their best to put together a box full of items based on those choices. I linked them to my Pinterest board that has all sorts of outfits that I would put together and wear myself so the stylist could get a good idea of what I like. Anyway, if you like everything in the box and decide to keep it then they discount all the items by 25%, if you like just a few things you purchase them and send the rest back in the prepaid envelope. There is a “styling fee” of $20 but it goes towards the cost of whatever you choose to keep. So say you only want one shirt valued at $40, the fee goes against it so you only pay $20 more. Let’s see what April 2014’s Stitch Fix box was like, shall we? 41Hawthorn Mission
3/4 Sleeve V-Neck Blouse in black. I think this may be my favorite thing in the box. It fits like a glove and looks really chic. It can be dressed up or paired with something more casual. I love the versatility of the shirt. I tried it on for my husband and he loved it too! ($48)
41 Hawthorn Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan in orange. I do like this color and it is a shade that is picked by Pantone for the color of the season but it isn’t something I would have ever chosen for myself. I put it on and really liked it. It looks great with some flip flops that I showed here previously. ($48)
Pomelo Giselle Tribal beads Necklace – Terrible. Not my style at all. I can’t even go into more detail about these. Just… no… ($44)
41Hawthorn Filbert 3/4 Sleeve Popover Blouse in white. I personally really like this top. I love the details on the hem at the bottom and arms. All of the buttons are gorgeous and this is definitely a shirt I could find myself wearing all day everyday. Unfortunately my boobs are just too big and it pulls through the center. ($58)
Kensie Jeans Sophia Distressed Skinny Jean. I was leery of this from the get. I have never been a fan of skinny jeans but I have actually been on the market for some really recently and I was so excited to open this box and it be there. They fit pretty well and I like the distressed look. ($88)
So I bet you are wondering if I kept something, nothing, or everything from this Stitch Fix box, right? Well, I kept the jeans, the black top and the orange cardigan. I returned the white shirt because it didn’t fit properly in the boobs area so it isn’t like I could lose a few pounds and it miraculously fit. The necklace, in my opinion, is ugly. You may like it but it is not my style and I would never, ever, ever wear it. Overall they seriously nailed my style to a tee. The only thing that was wrong was the necklace. I seriously wished that white shirt would have fit better. Be looking for an OOTD coming soon! I <3 Stitch Fix!
My husband didn’t know that this service existed and when I was telling him about Stitch Fix and trying on the clothes he was really intrigued. He asked me if they did one for men and if so he wanted it. I checked on their FAQ section and apparently that is in the works… Have you tried Stitch Fix? If so tell me how you liked it in the comments below. If you haven’t tell me why! *affiliate links in use
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