My July 2017 Stitch Fix was full of beautiful, hand picked clothing and accessories!
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Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription box. You fill out a survey about your personal likes and dislikes when it comes to fashion and style and one of their stylists chooses 5 items they think you will love. You can also select a price range so you won’t get clothing that’s out of your budget. Fixes can be ordered on a regular schedule that you choose, or a one-off box whenever you want. The styling fee is $20 and is credited towards any purchases you make.
This is only my 7th fix in the last couple years. Each fix really has gotten better and better as far as the clothing really fitting my own personal style. With this fix and the one before, I really thought I was going to buy every single item. Unfortunately, due to my own mistakes, it’s never happened, but I have no doubt that someday soon I’m gonna go for it! You save 25% off the total of all the items if you buy everything!
My July 2017 Stitch Fix Review
Let me first start off by saying that the items I got were exactly the types of items that I asked for. I told my stylist, Liz, that I especially liked looser fitting tops and floral prints. Her personal message to me explaining each choice she made was really thoughtful and I could tell she took everything that I noted in my profile into consideration.
Papermoon Rutland Spring Knit Top ($38.00): this top fit both my requests for looser fitting tops and florals! I loved it right out of the box. This was the first item I tried on and right away I knew I should have updated my profile to reflect my very recent (and somewhat rapid) 10lb weight loss. It was simply too big. I thought maybe I could still get away with it, but because of the bigger size, the cute floral pocket hung too low and looked awkward. Returned.
Q & A Kellia Split Back Halter Top ($54.00): I love the color and floral pattern on this shirt so much! This one was also too big (my fault) and I now know I need to note in my style profile that I only want shirts sent that don’t require a strapless bra. I’m so in love with the details of this top that I might just have to search this brand for something similar! Returned.
Just Black Adorra Skinny Jeans ($88.00): the last time I ordered a Golden Tote I really wanted either the dusty pink or faded turquoise jeans they had but they were sold out. This pair that Stitch Fix sent are basically the same color and style. I love them. Because they are skinny fit, they still fit me and don’t look too loose due to the bigger size. I’m on the fence about keeping them because of the price, but I love them so I have a feeling I’m going to keep them!
Dear John Finnegan Cuffed Shorts ($58.00): I really thought that if nothing else, this would be the one item I would keep! I’ve never had any desire to own yellow shorts and now I must have a pair! Unfortunately, not this pair. When I pulled them out of the box my fiance said “they look too big for you!” They really did. I decided to put them on over the jean shorts I had one and could get them up, over, and buttoned! They hung low and it felt weird to walk in them even after trying them on by themselves. So again. my loss due to the fact I didn’t think to edit my sizes. Returned.
Urban Expressions Maison Whipstitch Trim Crossbody ($38.00): I love that Stitch Fix is sending shoes and accessories now! This bag is really cute and I haven’t carried a style like this in a really long time! I kind of feel like it’s time to get with the times and update my bags. I’ve been carrying a really cute diaper bag around for the last 2 years and really am over it. I love that my stylist even noted that this is a great bag for running around with kids! The essentials will definitely fit in here! I think I’m keeping this!
Overall I really love this fix! I’m kinda sad at my mistake of not updating my sizes or I might have just kept it all and figured out some way to make the floral halter top work for me too! I am definitely going to order another fix, but because I am still losing weight, I might hold off. Once I get to my weight loss goal I am going to go over my profile with a fine-tooth comb and treat myself again then!
If you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself, head over to their website and make sure you fill out your style profile as accurately as possible. After the last couple fixes, I feel really confident saying that I know you will love it!