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I realize I haven’t done a Stitch Fix review in awhile! I used to share them all the time and just got out of the habit. I know how many of you still use and love Stitch Fix and I know it is helpful to get ideas on what other people are getting in their fixes. I love seeing other people’s fixes!
For a couple of fixes I had a new stylist, but I emailed them and requested my old stylist, Kimberly J., who has been my stylist pretty much from the beginning (four and a half years!). I was so happy to have her back! She really knows my style and is always willing to send me something unique or something I haven’t tried before.
Also, I always request ethical brands or Made in the USA brands in my fixes and Kimberly is always able to do the best she can to accommodate my request!
For those of you who may be new around here OR if you somehow are not familiar with Stitch Fix, here are a few FAQs that might be helpful to you:
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service where you sign up online, fill out an extensive style profile & one of their expert stylists will hand-select clothing and accessory items just for you and your lifestyle.
Stitch Fix carries Women’s, Men’s, and Kids clothing – including Plus sizes, petite and maternity (pregnant mamas… Stitch Fix maternity is the JAM!)
You pay $20 to have your Fix curated by a personal stylist, which is applied towards anything you keep. If you keep all of your Stylist Picks, you get a 25% discount on your entire purchase!
No subscription required, you can get a Fix anytime you want. Either on-demand or on the regular – every few weeks, once a month or every season.
Returns are super easy & free. Keep what you love, send back the rest in your pre-paid envelope at any USPS mailbox.
Stitch Fix has a ton of different brands and a lot of exclusive styles to Stitch Fix. It’s all personalized to your style and budget.
You can connect a Pinterest board to your style profile to show your stylist more styles and pieces you love
Women’s and Men’s Fixes include five items, while a Kid’s Fix includes 8-10 pieces
Okay! On to this month’s Stitch Fix Review…
INK LOVE & PEACE – Tonia Side Slit Duster Cardigan – SIZE: XL – $58 (made in the USA)
This cardigan was an immediate win. I don’t own anything like it, it’s so soft, SOOOOOO SOFT, made in the USA, and very versatile. I was a huge fan immediately!
SOLE SOCIETY – Paloma Suede Tall Shaft Boot – SIZE: 8 – $140
These boots are adorable… but sadly, I have pretty wide calves and these didn’t fit over my calves. 🙁
FRENCH GREY – Hendrix Knit Dress – SIZE: XL – $48 (made in the USA)
Let me just say that I LOVED the material and style of this dress. SO SO SO soft, really stretchy and flattering. I loved it. BUT, it was too short for my taste (which is why I’m wearing it over jeans lol) and hugged me a little too much in the stomach.
LNA – Avio Strappy V-Neck Knit Top – SIZE: XL – $108 (Made in the USA)
Y’all this sweater is so well made and incredibly soft. I loved the style, but for some reason I just didn’t love the fit.
AG – ADRIANO GOLDSCHMIED – Prima Sateen Straight Jean – SIZE: 14 – $178 (ethically made)
I was so sad about these jeans… I LOVE AG jeans and I loved the style and color and material of these. But sadly, they did not fit 🙁 UGHHH!! I was so bummed. Don’t you just hate when that happens? But man, had they fit, they would have absolutely been in my closet for sure!