June Stitch Fix Review


  1. Yep, I’m still loving these posts, Molly! Those jeans look amazing on you! I think we have a similar body type/shape, so I’m wondering if I should give the Kensie jeans a try… How tall are you, so I know for leg length?

  2. I am so jealous of your red jeans! I also am dying for red jeans…ARGH! I even have a pic of them on my Pinterest board. But now you have given me ammo. I can go to my Stitch Fix account and specifically ask for the Kenzie Red Jeans! Ha, ha!

    I got my 2nd fix a couple of weeks ago, and I am so very hooked. I love that you showed us everything on you (very brave! I haven’t been able to bite the bullet yet on that one).

    Honestly, I think the dress was very flattering on you. I get the ‘too short,’ however. Also, I loved the kimono…different with a cool print. I’m glad you kept it!

  3. I love that you try on and photograph everything. You motived me to do the same with my last fix. For real, I’ve done three and they still don’t “get” me. I’ve given a ridiculous amount of feedback. I know i’ll try again…

  4. Aw, I think the dress looks great on you! Those red jeans though…I’ll be sitting here with my fingers crossed those find their way into my upcoming Fix too.

  5. I love these reviews Molly! I got a kimono in my Fix too this month. Sadly I didn’t keep it. Yours looks great but mine looked like a robe:( Even it the items don’t work, I love Stitch Fix. It helps me put outfits together and try trends that I normally would pass by. Susan

  6. This was great! I thoroughly enjoyed your fix “play-by-play”. It is super interesting to see & hear the expectations vs reality for each of the pieces. As a style consultant/personal shopper, I have seen that your experience is so often the case! There is no substitute for trying things on and fit fit fit – it is always the most crucial aspect of a piece working.

    I think in a muchmuch lighter soft poly~silky fabric with some inner stability to maintain the origami cut, that dress could be great! Too bad… Also, it may take 30 iterations to find the right pair of jeans, but when you do — oh so worth it!

    Thank you for taking the time to document the good and the bad. It was a lot of fun to go through.

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