March Stitch Fix Review + Link-Up

March 2, 2015·

My March Stitch Fix fix actually came in February… it came a few days early which was a really nice surprise! But, to keep things consistent and not throw off the schedule, I still counted it as my March fix… even though it came in February. These are details I realize you guys probably don’t care about, but I figured I might as well put it out there. Haha!

This was my 13th fix! I can’t believe I started getting these a year ago… I love it!

My stylist was Kimberly again… I’m so glad that I’ve been able to keep her for so long. I specifically request her each month! I really hope she never leaves Stitch Fix because I love her and she totally “gets” me!

This month my specific style requests for this fix were:

  • A great pair of classic, everyday jeans / denim
  • Pieces with a flowy / “boho” feel. I am loving that style and would love to add more pieces to my closet!

I think Kimberly totally nailed it and I loved the items she picked out! Keep reading to see which ones I kept and which ones I returned!

The weather here has been awful at best so these pictures just weren’t going to happen outside… so, inside it was. As always, I share my first impressions of each item, the size, price, what I thought of it, etc. and whether or not I kept it!

Skies are Blue “Dorian Embroidery Detail Blouse” – Size XL – $58Stitch Fix - Skies are Blue "Dorian Embroidery Detail Blouse"

I am normally not always a fan of sheer-ish tops, and I don’t love cap sleeves, but there’s ALWAYS room for exceptions. This top is absolutely stunning. I love the fit, I love the feel of it, I LOVE the color, I LOVE the detail embroidery… it’s comfortable, it’s stylish, it could EASILY be worn year round, in the summer with skirt or shorts, and of course with a cardigan or blazer in the colder months.

The quality of it feels awesome and it’s just one of those tops that I know is going to be a favorite for a long time.


Mavi “Freida Ankle Length Skinny Jean” – Size 14 – $98Stitch Fix - Mavi "Freida Ankle Length Skinny Jean"

I had a little bit of sticker shock when I saw the price for these jeans, BUT, I do know that quality denim can be pricey. Kimberly spoke very highly of Mavi jeans and I’ve also read a ton of reviews about Mavi jeans and have heard they’re amazing… SO, needless to say, I wasn’t going to let the price scare me and I was going to give them a chance.

I’m so so so glad I did. These jeans are like BUTTER, you guys. They’re so incredibly soft, stretchy, and comfortable. They’re for real, for real amazing.

I’m shortish (5′ 3″ / 5′ 4″ on a good day… haha) but I have very, VERY short legs and denim is always so hard for me. These ankle length jeans are the PERFECT length for me.

These are definitely new favorites and are ABSOLUTELY worth the $98 price tag.


Renee C “Shayna Tile Print Blouse” – Size XL – $34Stitch Fix - Renee C "Shayna Tile Print Blouse"

I was “meh” on this top when I pulled it out of the box… I liked the “concept,” if you will, but I wasn’t sure I’d like it on me. And I was pretty much right. The collar just felt weird on me and the bottom of this blouse is oddly tight and fits awkwardly around my wide hips. (Although that doesn’t really photograph here)

The price was right on, I felt… and honestly, I didn’t love the material of this blouse. It’s incredibly hard to describe, but it just felt… flimsy.


THML “Stella Split Neck Blouse” – Size XL – $58Stitch Fix - THML "Stella Split Neck Blouse"

I’ve always loved THML pieces and so I was excited to see this one in my fix. I absolutely LOVE the subtle print mix in it and the satin / silk material makes the blouse feel so soft.

This is one of those great tops you can wear and always look “put together” because the top sort of speaks for itself. It is a LITTLE tight in the shoulders, but not so much so that it’s uncomfortable or unwearable…


Papermoon “Kye Skirt” – Size XL – $58Stitch Fix - Papermoon "Kye Skirt"

So this skirt I was incredibly torn on… I really love the print, it’s INCREDIBLY soft and comfortable… the skirt is made of a stretchy almost-sweater-like material and fit really well. It wasn’t overly tight or pinching me in any way…

But, there was just something about it I didn’t love… I couldn’t put my finger on it. And I think part of it was I have no idea when or how often I’d wear it… you know?

I definitely think the price is right for it and it would be a great skirt for anyone who loves a great printed skirt… I just wanted to really limit myself and I decided against it…


What about you? Do you like what I kept? Which item(s) is / are your favorite(s)? 

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? You totally should! Check out past Stitch Fix reviews and you can even read my tips for getting your best Stitch Fix fix!

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