Stitch Fix Review #29 + $1,250 Gift Card Giveaway!
Today is a very special Stitch Fix post. My 29th Fix is my very first box of Fall this year, which means comfy clothes! Also, I am have teamed up with Stitch Fix and some awesome bloggers to give away a $1,250 Stitch Fix gift card!! Yes, you read that right. Can you imagine all the amazing clothes you could buy? Don’t miss this one! Check out my review below and enter the giveaway.
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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 | Stitch Fix Review
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. Even thought I now live in a place where the climate is different, I still wanted a Fall fix full of comfy clothes for chilly weather. I assumed that it would stay very warm in Albuquerque until at least November. Well lo and behold, Fall is upon us and it has been in the 50s and low 60s this week. And I am LOVING every minute of it! So let’s get to the Stitch Fix review.
Truly Poppy Hans Crochet Front Top – $58 [Return]
I love the colors and lace pattern on this shirt, but I just don’t think I can pull it off. It’s too “girly” for me. But it super comfortable and a little bit forgiving in that it is stretchy.
RD StyleRowca Scoop Neck Pullover Sweater – $48 [Return]
RD Style is one of my favorite brands and I love their sweaters. This one was so comfortable and I love the color. But it didn’t sit right on my hips. It kind of bunched and I don’t need my hips looking bigger, so I returned it.
Liverpool Elizabeth Super Skinny Jean – $78 [Return]
I have heard so many great things about Liverpool jeans, but I already have a pair of black skinny jeans and I don’t wear them a lot. I think everyone needs a pair in their closet though!
Velvet by Graham and Spencer Andie V-Neck Cut Out Tee – $95 [Return]
Wowee, the price tag on this t-shirt almost made me faint! I like, not love, the color. I like, not love, the fit. I hate the price.
The sleeves are new and different, and I really like that detail. But that price tag. Ouch!
Bobeau Wallace Brushed Cardigan – $58 [EXCHANGE]
When I first saw this, my immediate reaction was “I have too many cardigans.” But then I realized that they are all neutral and I don’t have anything in this color! When I tried it on, I fell in love. It is so soft and warm. The only problem was it was too big. The shoulders kind of stuck out. Luckily, Stitch Fix now allows you to exchange an item at checkout for a different size. YAY! So, I exchanged for a Medium (yay for sizing down!) and it arrived a week later. Bring on fall and knee high boots!
That is everything in my 29th Stitch Fix Review. Which item was your favorite?
Enter the Giveaway
Now the reason you are really here – the giveaway! One lucky winner will receive a $1,250 Stitch Fix gift card! It still feels surreal as I type it.
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