I cannot believe this is my 45th Stitch Fix review! I have been receiving fixes for three and a half years and I’ve had the same stylist for three years now. How crazy is that?!
What is Stitch Fix, anyway?
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.
Without further ado… my 45th Stitch Fix review…
ModRef “Lynsey Keyhole Neck Knit Top” – Size XL – $32 – Made in the USA
I did really like this top… the fit was good, I liked the faux-choker neckline, but honestly, I have so many gray t-shirts, I didn’t need another one. So this one I returned.
Le Lis “Amie Faux Wrap Knit Maxi Dress” – Size XL – $78 – Made in the USA
This dress was beautiful. I loved the fit and cut, I loved the material, and I love the brand. However, I just didn’t love the print. So it was a no for me, unfortunately.
Good hYOUman “Kendrick Legging” – Size XL – $68 – Sustainably / Ethically Made in China
I own three other pairs of good hYOUman leggings / joggers and I am obsessed with this company and this brand. I have actually been in need of more just plain black workout leggings and these feel AMAZING. Since I work out so much at Burn Bootcamp, they were a DEFINITE yes.
Lila Ryan “Cecily Linen Short” – Size 14 – $74
I did really like these shorts… they fit great, they were a pretty color, but honestly, the price tag was a little high for me for a pair of shorts I didn’t love. Also, I tried to find out what I could about the brand and their manufacturing / ethics, but couldn’t learn anything about them online… so these were a no and I returned them.
Brixon Ivy “Tuli Mix Media Hem Cardigan” – Size XL – $54
Funny thing about this cardigan – I actually already own it. Haha! Looks like they renamed it, but I got this exact cardigan, and kept it, in a fix in 2016… see my original thoughts here. Funny how in 45 fixes, this is the first time that’s happened. Just a small woopsie!
Now what do you think of my Stitch Fix review? Do you like what I kept? Have you gotten a Fix lately?
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