Monday, March 31, 2014

Whatever: Stitchfix is my best friend

I got a great Stitch Fix this month. If you are new to Stitch Fix, it is a personal shopping service which mails 5 items to you every month (or so, depending on what you decide) for you to try on at home and keep or return. All for $20 a month, which is credited towards your purchase if you choose to purchase any item. Keep it all and get 25% off the entire box!

I have been very happy with all of my monthly shipments. They, and I are getting better at deciding what is a good style for me. I wanted casual/work clothes and I have gotten just that!

This  month's selections were a lot of navy, which is one of my favorite colors. I was hoping for some spring color, but the navy is a good basis for all the other colors I can implement. Great job.

*I would like to premise these photos with the fact that my teenaged daughter shot them. While shooting selfies in between.

First: Great pair of skinny jeans, which I love!  They fit, they did not sag or gap or anything! I love them!

Embroidery Panel Tank:
Comfortable and great detail. This is very cute and versatile. Totally can see wearing this three seasons.

Diamond Printed Knit Back Tank:
Loved it until  I put it on. Did nothing for me...when you are a board, you need something up top to make you seem less board like. 

Tulip Print Top: 
 Great top for work. Can totally see myself wearing this with a bright pair of pants (hot pink or coral) for work. The fit is good, slightly low in the front, so I would  need a tank. 

Dot Print Chambray Top :

I was sad about this top. I LOVE polka dots and initially thought this would be a great work shirt, as it would be versatile. White jeans, pencil skirt and heels or even the Canadian Tuxedo for a date night out. But it was horrible on. Too tight in the shoulders and very large at the bottom. (I looked shocked here for some reason...???)

*Said teen photographer
All in all, a good fix. I hate going shopping and need the outfit to be right in front of me. Stitchfix puts it all together for me and sends a great note with two options (one casual and one dressier)  for each piece of clothing that includes items I may or may  not own. This is a great service for that reason alone. I love getting the box and being able to try the items on in my own house. Shipping is included both ways and the prices seem very reasonable for the most part. 

I really like that I can tweak my profile monthly based on what is going on, or if I need something (jeans!). Excellent customer service in the two times I have had a question. If you are interested in trying Stitchfix, I highly recommend it. Please click my link here so I get credit for suggesting it to you! 

Happy Monday! 

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post; I have paid for these clothes on my own and have not been given compensation for a review. However, this post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that give me a little credit towards my next box.

1 comment:

  1. Did you keep anything? Everything and I mean EVERYTHING always looks so dang cute on you!
    Love you! Aunt Cheryl