With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, I’m looking to update my fall wardrobe with cute, casual pieces for hanging out with family. So, I asked my Stitch Fix stylist to send me trendy, casual pieces that I could wear every day.
How Stitch Fix Works
- Fill out a style profile and share your likes and dislikes with your stylist. I recommend putting together a Pinterest board.
- Schedule your box. They can be sent to you automatically or you can schedule a box one at a time.
- Pay $20 when your box is styled.
- Get excited while you wait for your box.
- Open your box and try on everything your stylist sends you.
- Decide what to keep and what to send back. (You have 3 days to do this.)
- Share your thoughts at checkout so your stylist has a better idea of what to send you next time.
- Send back any pieces you don’t want. (Shipping is free!)
Unboxing Stitch Fix #6!
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 my best Stitch Fix yet
1. Just USA Loula Denim Jacket – $68
Since I already have a denim jacket, this piece was a no before I even put it on.
Verdict: Sent back.
2. Skies are Blue Norah Tie Waist Shirt – $54
This a very pretty, light blue shirt that is a slightly dressier alternative to a chambray shirt. I like the side slits that make tying the shirt at the waist a cinch.
3. Skies are Blue Dena Skirt – $48
Not only is this dual layer, printed skirt super cute, it, also, has pockets. #win
4. Vero Moda Aldridge Dress – $54
This dress was too loose on me, and I found the allover leopard print to be a little overwhelming, so this was a pass.
Verdict: Sent back.
5. THML Sonata Embroidered Knit Dress – $54
With its bell sleeves and embroidered neckline, I knew this dress was a keeper as soon as I saw it. Plus, the knit fabric has a nice weight to it, which will be great as we head into winter.
Overall thoughts on Stitch Fix #6…
At first, I wasn’t sure about the pieces my stylist sent me. I knew I liked the embroidered dress, but none of the pieces really fit my idea of casual. In my note to my stylist, I had mentioned that I’m more of a jeans and tee and joggers type of girl. However, I, also, mentioned I was interested in casual dresses with pockets.
But, when I started trying the clothes on, I easily fell in love with many of the pieces. The tie waist shirt can easily be worn with jeans or a skirt. The printed skirt has pockets and looks cute over leggings. And, while the embroidered dress is just a tad dressy for everyday life, it’s still casual enough to be worn to rehearsals and outings with friends.
Normally, there is a $20 styling fee (which goes towards any items you purchase), but my fee was waived for this box. The total retail for all five pieces is $302. Had I kept all five items, I would have received a 25% discount, bringing the total down to $226.50.
Overall, this is my favorite Stitch Fix yet. While I usually just keep one piece, this time I kept three and am really happy with the pieces I kept.
Here’s a look back at my past fixes:
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