Stitch Fix Unboxing: Transitioning to spring

While the groundhog threatened us with six more weeks of winter, spring is most definitely in the air. To celebrate, I asked Stitch Fix to send me tops and jackets for transitioning to spring…

How Stitch Fix Works

  1.  Fill out a style profile and share your likes and dislikes with your stylist. I recommend putting together a Pinterest board.
  2. Schedule your box. They can be sent to you automatically or you can schedule a box one at a time.
  3. Pay $20 when your box is styled.
  4. Get excited while you wait for your box.
  5. Open your box and try on everything your stylist sends you.
  6. Decide what to keep and what to send back. (You have 3 days to do this.)
  7. Share your thoughts at checkout so your stylist has a better idea of what to send you next time.
  8. Send back any pieces you don’t want. (Shipping is free!)

Unboxing Stitch Fix #4!

The Subscription: Stitch Fix
The Cost: $20 a box styling fee (The fee is deducted from the items you purchase.)
The Products: Clothes, Shoes, Accessories
Ships to: US

Inside Fix #4

By the light in these pictures, you can tell there was a mad dash to photograph everything before the sun set. Plus, it was super windy, so most of the pictures featured the very sexy hair-blown-in-face-and-mouth look. Never let it be said that outfit pics are easy…

For Stitch Fix #4, my stylist sent me cute tops and jackets that are perfect for transitioning into spring. Here's what I got and what I kept...

1. Fun2Fun Wilberforce Henley Top – $38

Cute but basic, this top was an easy pass for me. I’m not a fan of cap sleeves, but I wouldn’t mind a long sleeve version of this top. If you see one, let me know!

Verdict: Sent back.

For Stitch Fix #4, my stylist sent me cute tops and jackets that are perfect for transitioning into spring. Here's what I got and what I kept...

2. Skies are Blue Arturo Two Pocket Blouse – $48

I will sound like a broken record if I say “I love plaid” even one more time. But, it’s true. I really like that this is a non-flannel version that would be great for transitioning to the warmer months. I just wish it wasn’t sheer… I’d love to find buy adderall with no prescription something similar in a cotton, so now I’m on the lookout for that, too.

Verdict: Sent back.

For Stitch Fix #4, my stylist sent me cute tops and jackets that are perfect for transitioning into spring. Here's what I got and what I kept...

3. Eden Society Patina Collarless Jacket – $78

I have a moto jacket that is very similar in cut and color to this one, so this jacket was a no for me.

Verdict: Sent back.

For Stitch Fix #4, my stylist sent me cute tops and jackets that are perfect for transitioning into spring. Here's what I got and what I kept...

4. Alice Blue Byars Split Neck Blouse – $48

This top is so pretty. I love the style and the color and the floral print. However, I have a very similar top from Express, so this was a pass for me, too.

Verdict: Sent back.

For Stitch Fix #4, my stylist sent me cute tops and jackets that are perfect for transitioning into spring. Here's what I got and what I kept...

5. Sweet Wanderer Monay Faux Suede Jacket – $58

I know what you’re thinking. Is she going to keep anything? Well, I’m happy to say that this jacket is a winner. For some reason, this jacket makes me think of The Rocketeer, so I fell in love with this piece almost immediately. The faux suede is so soft, and the burnt orange color is a nice addition to my mostly black and blue wardrobe.

Verdict: Kept.

Thoughts on Stitch Fix #4…

For Stitch Fix #4, my stylist sent me cute tops and jackets that are perfect for transitioning into spring. Here's what I got and what I kept...

My stylist did a fantastic job picking out pieces that fit my style and budget. She’s almost too good since she picked things very similar to what’s already in my closet.

While the $20 styling fee goes towards your purchase, you lose the fee if you don’t keep anything from your box. The retail cost of this box was $270.00, but had I kept all five pieces I would have received a 25% discount bringing the cost of the box down to $202.50.  My styling fee was waived for this box, so I didn’t feel any pressure to keep something I didn’t love.

If you want to try Stitch Fix, I’d love it if you used my referral link!

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28 comments

  1. I just love the incentive to keep the entire box. There is nothing like the day that the day my fix comes in. Each shipment has so many cute things.

  2. Haha! Right before you said “I love plaid” in the video I was thinking “I love plaid!” when I saw you pull that top out, haha! Shame it was a sheer shirt, though. Hopefully you can find one similar in a cotton!

  3. I always agree with you and would have knot the cute jacket too. This jacket is totally you, love it!!

  4. This stitch Box was so nice, but then I read you sent back many items, just not the faux suede jacket – that was really nice and the color is very beautiful! I liked the wind, the pictures are lovely! You look very beautiful! I think that the stylist did a good job and that the price, if you had kept all the pieces, was very reasonable. I liked the box! Hope you have a lovely day!
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  5. That jacket really suits your colouring, you definitely picked the best one to keep. Although I liked a lot of the others too, which makes sense as you own similar things already! I wish I could have someone do my shopping for me, it seems like they did a great job with this box.
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