Stitch Fix Review #7: Winners and Losers

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn’t.

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 #7!

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

Trying it all on…

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn't.

1. Vero Moda Beaux Faux Fur Jacket – $78

I love the color of this jacket. Plus, the material is so soft! But, I felt like the jacket was a little too boxy for me and that this was a piece I probably wouldn’t wear very often.

Verdict: Sent back.

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn't.

2. Noisy May Andover Ruffle Detail Top – $48

This shirt looked cute in the box, but it didn’t work when I tried it on. The top buttons gaped open, the length wasn’t quite long enough to tuck in comfortably, and the one ruffle looked awkward. As much as I love plaid, this top was a pass.

Verdict: Sent back.

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn't.

3. Skies are Blue Aylana Ruffle Detail Peplum Blouse – $58

I really liked the romantic, boho vibe of this blouse, but the top just didn’t work on me. The neckline was a little low for comfort, and there felt like there was too much fabric in all the wrong places. I would love to find something similar, maybe in a jewel-tone, but sadly, this blouse just didn’t work for me.

Verdict: Sent back.

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn't.

4. Lakeview Denim Alex Colored Skinny Jean – $58

After seeing these jeans, I really want a pair of brown jeans, but not these jeans. They were a little to big in the waist, too baggy in the legs, and also, too long. I am now on the hunt for a pair of brown, high-waisted, skinny jeans.

Verdict: Sent back.

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn't.

5. Absolutely Sanchez Cold Shoulder Turtleneck – $50

My least favorite piece in the box ended up being my favorite piece overall. This turtleneck has trendy cold shoulders, but is still cozy enough to wear in the winter. I think it will look really cute with leggings and jeans and is a piece I can see myself wearing quite often.

Verdict: Kept.

Overall thoughts on Stitch Fix #7…

I never feel like Stitch Fix sends me exactly what I’m looking for, but I almost always discover a new piece that I want. This box was a great example of needing to try clothes on to discover what works and what doesn’t. Everything my stylist sent me looked really cute in the box, but only one piece was a good fit. The cold shoulder turtleneck didn’t look like anything special when I pulled it out of the box, but I really likde how it looked and felt when I tried it on.

The major advantage of Stitch Fix is being able to try on new styles in the comfort of your own home. Most of these pieces I would have breezed past in the store, so it’s fun to give something new a try. At this point, my issue with Stitch Fix is fit and sizing. This might be my fault in filling out my style profile, but without a universal sizing system, it’s hard to be sure what size I wear. I can be a range of sizes in store, and I wish the style profile allowed one to select a range of sizes or even enter body measurements.

This week Stitch Fix #7 was delivered to my doorstep. Inside were five stylish pieces, including a faux fur coat, skinny jeans, and three different style tops. Not everything was a winner, so read on to see what I liked and what I didn't.

Here’s a look back at my past fixes:

  1. Unboxing My First Stitch Fix
  2. Thoughts on Using Stitch Fix for an Event
  3. Updating My Wardrobe for Fall With Stitch Fix
  4. Stitch Fix Unboxing: Transitioning to spring
  5. Stitch Fix Unboxing: Hello Summer
  6. My best Stitch Fix yet!

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36 comments

  1. I do like that turtle neck!
    I think that I’d really love that coat if it were a blanked LMAO! It looks so soft. I won’t lie, I’d pet you.
    I think I do love the plaid black and white top on you too but I agree that it needs to be able to button – what a bummer on that one! It is cute though!

  2. I think you kept the right things. I love the top that you kept. I like the color of that jacket, but I understand the fit not being right. It looks so soft and warm though!

  3. Oooh ! I love seeing your fixes. That Peplum Blouse is adorable on you and I think I need to add brown jeans to my want list. Thanks for sharing your fix Ashley!

  4. Love your review. I agree that the cold shoulder sweater is the best and looks the best on you! Just got my first Stitch Fix today and my stylist really nailed it! I was really surprised. Hope to have a review up soon. LOVING your hair color, btw!!!

    Ashley @ A Cute Angle // acuteangleblog.blogspot.com
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  5. Too bad the plaid shirt didn’t work – love that! I’ve registered for Stitch Fix but I’ve never done it; I enjoy shopping for myself and I’m not sure I want to give that job to someone else.

  6. It’s a shame that peplum piece wasn’t perfect for you as it is such a nice one! I hope you can find something similar 🙂 Good pick keeping the last one too, such a classic you’re ure to get a lot of wear from it 🙂

    Hope you’ve been having a lovely week! Another busy one here, but not as stressful as last week so that’s nice 🙂
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  7. Yay a Stitch Fix Unboxing. I’m loving this Vero Mood Beaux Faux Fur Jacket, I would think it would be a lot more than $78. I would send it back too, but it’s still really cute. I like the Ruffle Peplum Blouse, it looks super cute on you. Good choice on keeping the Cold Shoulder Turtleneck, it looks very chic on you.
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  8. Well you definitely kept the right item because I agree with all your reasons to send the other stuff back. I use to get Fixes then I stopped, but they recently send me a deal I couldn’t refuse so now I’m back in and get my first Fix at the end of the month.
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