My latest Stitch Fix Delivery!
I’ve been getting deliveries from Stitch Fix for about a year and a half now and I’m such a fan. Every time I think of them I think, “oh you remember that movie, Lilo & Stitch? That was such a sweet one.” And then I think, “ohana means family.”
Anyways…some of my favorite pieces of clothing have come from Stitch Fix!
When I first started using them, I was getting items that were too pricey for me (I’ll rarely buy a piece of clothing for more than $60), but I set my price range for items to $50-$100 and that fixed that problem.
If you haven’t done Stitch Fix before, you can type out a note to your stylist before they ship you your 5 items so you can request things you want. I requested something velvet and a v-neck romper. I didn’t get sent anything velvet…maybe it was out of my price range.
My fix had 1 romper, 1 pair of pants, 1 shirt and 1 sweater.
And a pair of earrings.
The earrings were pretty, but I’m pretty minimalistic in terms of jewelry I own. The design of my jewelry doesn’t need to be minimalistic…but I tend to keep the amount of jewelry I own small. So I’m going to send them back.
First thing I tried on was the romper. I have a pink romper Stitch Fix sent me a couple fixes ago that I love, so I was excited for this one.
Butttt it just didn’t fit right. I feel like in the above photo it looks fine, but I didn’t have enough boob for it and the top was just too big. And I tend to like floral patterns that have more COLORS! Sending it back.
Next I tried on the shirt. The shirt had scalloped sleeves and I LOVE anything scalloped (food-wise or clothing-wise lol). However I don’t like capped sleeves…I think they feel funny. It’s kinda like the shirt can’t decide if it wants to be a tank top or a t-shirt. So I’m sending this one back too.
Then I tried on the pants…
…and I LOVE THEM! I definitely will be keeping. I really like when I see people wearing hot pink + red so I put on my flannel with these pants and I LOVE THIS OUTFIT…
If you see me in person anytime in the next two weeks I’ll probably be wearing this outfit.
I didn’t even try on the sweater because it reminded me of a sweater I had in 10th grade and I hated 10th grade (and really all of high school). I probably should’ve kept it and done some exposure therapy to get over my connection between sweaters like that and 10th grade…but oh well. Maybe next time:)
So I kept one item. That’s pretty typical for me. I get a box once a quarter, so 4 times a years and it’s a fun way to change it up!
Have you tried Stitch Fix? I want to surprise Andrew and order him a box because I hear they have men’s clothing now too.