Stitch Fix Review #25 + $150 Gift Card Giveaway!
I am so excited to bring you my 25th Fix! I’ve officially been a Stitch Fix member for 2 years, which seems impossible. Where has the time gone? If you’ve never heard of Stitch Fix before, I highly recommend you check out my past fixes on my other blog, Rocky Mountain Savings.
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What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is a styling service for both men and women that lets you try on clothes from the comfort of your home and pair them with other items in your wardrobe. Keep what you like and send the rest back. You can request a Fix on demand or set up a schedule. There is a $20 styling fee, which then get applied to your clothing purchase as a credit. If you buy all 5 items in your box, you receive a 25% discount! If you don’t purchase any items, you do lose the styling fee. Fill out your style profile (it only takes a few minutes) and your first box will be on the way!
What’s In My Box This Month
Before your Fix ships, you are able to leave a comment for your stylist. I like to let them know of any upcoming events or if there is a particular clothing need I have. This month, I asked my stylist for versatile semi-formal tops and dresses for all the weddings and baptisms I have to attend this season.
Brixon Ivy Benci Lace Yoke Blouse – $58 [Return]
This shirt has lace all around the top. My nude bra straps stay pretty well hidden, which was something I was concerned about. It is cinched in the back for a more fitted look. It was just a tad too tight for me, so I returned it. This shirt is definitely versatile, as you can dress it up or dress it down.
Q&A NataliyaCrochet Detail Dress – $68 [Return]
I was unsure about this dress when I first took it out of the box, but it was actually quite cozy! And I looooove that it has pockets. It is super cute paired with colorful flats [similar here]. You can even add a belt for a more polished look.
41Hawthorn Morie Dress – $68 [Return]
As you can tell by my sassy pose, I love this dress! But I could not get it to zip up. 🙁 If only there was an extra inch of fabric. I was so close! Stitch Fix now has an exchange option, but I was worried a size up would be too big. Being in between sizes is the worst! This will have to go on my “ask for later” list. You know, after I magically lose ten pounds. I feel wedding-ready in this dress and it looks great with simple nude pumps.
Le Lis Kano Textured Knit Dress – $78 [KEEP]
Fit and flare? Check. Navy? Check. Knee length? Check.
This dress has everything I can’t resist. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was perfect for my Godson’s baptism. I wore a peach cardigan over it and these super cute cutout heels, which I got from the DSW clearance shelves.
Daniel Rainn Bernal Spit Neck Blouse – $64 [KEEP]
This shirt is so pretty and perfect for Spring. Another great item that can be dressed up or down. I especially love the detail on the back. It is a keeper!
Enter the Giveaway
I have teamed up with a group of stellar bloggers to bring you this fabulous giveaway. To celebrate Mother’s Day, we are giving away a $150 Stitch Fix gift card! Enter using the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway ends 12:00 a.m. on May 15.