Stitch Fix Review #33 + $100 Gift Card Giveaway!
This month’s fix is all about the spring season and transition pieces. Also, I am giving away a $100 Stitch Fix gift card! 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. BUT, Stitch Fix is offering to waive your first styling fee if you sign up before the end of November! 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!
Stitch Fix is now adding extras to your box! Extras include intimates such as camis, shapewear, tights and socks. You can opt in to receive extras when you schedule your next Fix. Your $20 styling fee can be applied to these as well.
Get Your Mom a Stitch Fix Gift Card for Mother’s Day!
If you are not sure what to get your mom for Mother’s Day, I highly recommend a Stitch Fix Gift Card! Whether she loves clothes or needs a wardrobe update, she will feel pampered by this gift. Get a gift card here.
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. I asked my stylist to send me distressed jeans, as I don’t have any!
Skies Are Blue Eleana Cold Shoulder Blouse – $54
I love floral and this print is beautiful. I am not really into cold shoulder tops, but this one has straps as well. Maybe it was just the way it fit me, but I couldn’t get the straps to stay up or the sleeves to stay down. Too bad, I really felt comfortable in this shirt! And it goes perfect with my favorite purple skinny jeans. 🙂
41Hawthorn Mozzie Smocking Detail Blouse – $64
I was torn about this shirt, so I posted a poll on my Instagram story. I asked if I should Love It or Leave It. 73% off you said to Leave It! I really do love the pattern, which is not the norm. I don’t love paisley. I do love the color and I have very little green in my closet. The fit is great and the flowy sleeves leave room for my flabby arms. The only part of the shirt that I don’t love is the collar and cuffs. It does look a little “House on the Prairie.”
Central Park West Chloe Detail Sweater – $128
I choked a little when I saw the price on this sweater. I will happily cough up the cash when it is worth it, but this sweater was not. This sweater has peekaboo lace on the shoulder and a slit in the side. It was too short for my taste. It is a great transition piece though, as it is light and does have the open shoulders.
Pistola Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean – $88
I have heard of Pistola jeans and have really liked some of the ones I have seen. I was really excited to try these. These stonewashed skinny jeans have great zipper detail at the ankle. I was surprised these were the only pair that was sent when all I asked for was distressed jeans. Right before this fix arrived, I checked out a consignment shop across the street and found my perfect pair of Calvin Klein distressed skinny jeans at a great bargain! I was not in love with the Pistola jeans. I hate my knees and would not wear jeans with a rip in the knee. [Also, my foot got caught in it when I was putting the jeans on and I almost ripped it. Oops]
It these are the kind of jeans for you, they would be very cool with a moto jacket. They definitely have a “punk” feel.
Alexander Jordan Elaina Henley Detail Top – $44
This top is so versatile! I hate horizontal stripes because they do nothing good for my figure, so I’m happy to see vertical stripes. This shirt goes with anything and can be styled so many ways. There is a pocket, a “hook” to hold the rolled up sleeves, and the buttons are covered. I actually prefer to have the buttons uncovered to add more dimension to the shirt.
Ultimately, I returned everything. I found the pair of jeans I was looking for accidentally, and the readers voted no on the one shirt I was on the fence about. That’s okay, though! I already have my next fix on the way and I may have sneaked a peek at it. 😉
Want to see more? Check out my last Fix here.
Enter the Giveaway
Now the reason you are really here – the giveaway! One lucky winner will receive a $100 Stitch Fix gift card.