Another month, another Stitch Fix review. This was actually one of my favorite fixes… even though (spoiler alert) it was only a 2 out of 5. My stylist, Kimberly J. just really knows my style and knows what kinds of things to send me…
First, let me just say, that if you are new here OR you don’t know what Stitch Fix is, basically, in short, Stitch Fix is a box that you sign up to get (can be however often you want… it is NOT a subscription because you don’t HAVE to receive one every month and there is no contract or anything like that… I get one every month because I WANT to)… you pay a $20 styling fee, fill out a style profile (likes, dislikes, sizing information, etc.), and then a stylist picks out five items he / she thinks you would like and then they send those items to you in a box – this is your “fix.”
Once you receive the items, you try them on, you keep what you like, and you send back (in a pre-paid envelope) what you don’t like. The $20 styling fee that you paid at the beginning goes TOWARDS the cost of the items in your fix. If you keep all five items, you also get a 25% discount.
So, if you keep any items, the $20 is credited… if you don’t, you’re just out $20. That’s it.
I have seen this cardigan in a few other people’s fixes and I have loved it every time I have seen it. So, needless to say, I was really excited when I saw Kimberly J. included it in my fix. The moment I tried it on, I knew it was win. It is so lightweight and perfect for spring, it’s really soft and comfortable, and the light blush pink accent gives it such a unique, feminine flair.
It makes a great neutral layering piece! I know this is one I am going to wear over and over again… so it was pretty much a no brainer!
Ethically made in Uganda.
I LOVE 31 Bits. I have been a huge fan of their jewelry for years, so I was SO pumped to see a couple pieces in my fix. The story behind 31 Bits is amazing (I will be sure to share more about them in a future post!), but I love that their pieces are so unique and really show the handmade nature of them.
I loved the necklace and I loved the bracelet, but I knew the necklace was just a piece that I would wear more often. The colors are great for spring!
VERDICT: Necklace was kept. Bracelet was returned.
I realllllly wanted to love this coat. The pattern is so fun, I love the style, the fit was pretty spot on… but I just honestly couldn’t justify keeping it when we are about to head into a North Carolina late spring / summer. Maybe at another time of year, but it just wasn’t in the cards for right now. It is super cute though!
Not going to lie, when I first saw this blazer, I was like, “Ehhhh I don’t think I would like this at all.” And then I forced myself to try it on and I actually really liked it! My only problem was that I couldn’t think of THAT many ways to wear it. And, my biggest thing when adding pieces to my closet is whether or not I can think of a ton of ways to wear it… so needless to say, this particular piece just wasn’t a keep this time.
What do you think? Do you have a favorite piece in this fix? What items would you have kept? Any that I should have kept?
*This is not a sponsored post. I receive my Stitch Fix fixes on a monthly basis because I choose to and I love the service, the company, and my stylist so much. The link to try Stitch Fix is an affiliate link and I do get a small commission if you click through and sign up to receive a fix of your own. If you do sign up for Stitch Fix, you also have the ability to share and refer people and receive a credit of your own. Thank you for reading! 🙂
Welcome to Let it Shine…..the new, revamped Funday Monday! After two years….we decided to rename our link up to something we felt would be a better fit. Thus, Let it Shine! Why the name? Because we want this link up to be just that…..your chance to let it shine. We’ll be sharing our favs here each week and on social media……
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Another place we will be showcasing our favs? The Let It Shine Pinterest Board