Another month, another Stitch Fix review. I get asked all the time if I still get a fix every month. I do! In fact, this is my 40th fix! Lately, I am just (admittedly) terrible about remembering to take pictures of what I get and then all of a sudden the deadline has come for me to send my items that I don’t want to keep back and so I just opt to not take pictures.
This time I was like “No! By hook or by crook I will take pictures of this fix!” And….. I forgot again… so I took pictures on my phone. SORRY NOT SORRY. #life
Like I said, I do still receive a fix every month and still *love* the company. The way I approach Stitch Fix is definitely very different now and I don’t feel bad only keeping one thing from a fix. I only keep things I truly love and will wear over and over again. This month I asked for a “surprise me” fix from my stylist, Kimberly J., but I also asked for some great spring transition pieces or comfy loungewear. As always, I asked for as many fair trade, ethical, or Made in the USA companies and I was really excited to find out that Stitch Fix now carries Threads 4 Thought! So, I made sure to request some Threads 4 Thought pieces.
Here is what I got, what I thought, what I kept, and all that! Here’s my Stitch Fix Review! 🙂
Stitches&Stripes “Korie Mesh Shoulder Open Cardigan” – size XL – $64
I really liked the cardigan, but I honestly don’t need another cardigan. It was very soft, well made, and I liked the pockets. I just don’t need another cardigan right now, so I opted not to keep this one.
Colette “Elyssa Knit Top” – size XL – $28 (made in the USA)
The material of this top was great. VERY lightweight and flowy… but I didn’t like the print or fit (on me), so this one was definitely a return.
Stitch Fix Review – Threads 4 Thought “Chloe Moto Detail Jogger Pant” – size XL – $58 (ethically made in China!)
Oh these joggers are HEAVEN. I love Threads 4 Thought and the moment I put them on I was like OH BOOO YEAH. They’re so soft and so comfortable and I never want to take them off. They were a definite keep.
Stitch Fix Review – Threads 4 Thought “Irina Knit Dress” – Size XL – $58
I was *so* torn on this dress. First, I LOVE the fabric. Threads 4 Thoughts fabrics are amazing and so soft and comfortable. The stretch was great and I really liked the top part that makes it look like two dresses… The arm / sleeve holes were a little big so you could see my bra which I *didn’t* like and I am not super confident in hip hugging pieces of clothing… so in the end I ended up returning it… but I am wondering if I should have kept it.
Stitch Fix Review – Honey Punch “Roula Hooded Knit Top” – size XL – $48 (made in the USA)
I really wanted to like this top because I liked it out of the box, but once I put it on I really did not love it. The fit was just not right on me at all and it hit me too high on my hips / waist. Also, it’s entering late spring / summer here in NC and I can’t picture too many places I’d wear something like this around this time of year… so I returned this one.
What do you think? Did I keep the right item? Did I send the right pieces back? Do you love Stitch Fix like I do? Don’t forget, Stitch Fix has maternity, plus sizes, petite, mens, AND gift cards!! Something for everyone! 🙂
Now, for another fun treat, I have teamed up with some of my favorite fellow bloggers who also love Stitch Fix like I do to host a $400 Stitch Fix giveaway for you guys. Be sure to enter below!!! Good luck!
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