See all the beautiful Spring clothing pieces I received in this March 2018 Stitch Fix Review!
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Here we are again, with yet another Stitch Fix review!
If you aren’t aware, Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription. You fill out a survey about what kinds of clothing you like and don’t like, as well as price ranges you’re comfortable paying for each type of item.
Then, after everything is all filled out, you choose a date for your fix to arrive and a stylist will send you 5 hand-picked items to try. If you like them you can buy them. If you don’t like them, you can either request a different size or return them. You can keep as much as you want, but if you keep all 5 items you also get a huge 25% discount.
Stitch Fix does charge a $20 styling fee, but that is credited towards anything you purchase. However, if you’re new to Stitch Fix and use this link, they might waive your first styling fee (I think I ran out of free trials already – you guys are loving this service!). In all honesty, I’ve never sent back an entire fix. My $20 is always used towards the purchase of at least one item. Shipping is always free both ways!
Just in the last week or so, Stitch Fix introduced add-ons. So far it seems these are bras, panties, and camisoles, but since it’s so new it’s hard to say what else they might include. I did choose to add one additional item to my fix this month as you will see in the review below.
This is actually my 11th fix! I had the same stylist, Roseann, that I had for my last fix!
March 2018 Stitch Fix Review
Skies are Blue Talula Romper ($68.00)
I was so so so excited to not only see something with beautiful Spring-like colors, but to see that I got a romper at well! It’s one of those things that I’ve never owned, but have always wanted to try.
My stylist, Roseann, sized up on this item. I am assuming she did this because of previous feedback that I’ve give about needing a size up on items where the chest area might be smaller or tighter. I am so happy to see how the stylists at Stitch Fix really pay attention. As I move through the rest of these items, I can say with certainty that Roseann really did paid read over all of my past feedback!
I tried on all of these clothes at the worst possible time of the month. Nothing fit the way it normally would, so it made deciding whether or not something actually fit comfortably kind of hard.
When I first tried on this romper, I loved the top half and thought the bottom half made me look way bigger than I actually am. You get three days to try the clothes on and decide what you want to keep so I waited and tried everything on again a day or so later. I still felt like it was a bit awkward and went back and forth on keeping this SO many times! Ultimately I decided to send it back because I wasn’t 100% sure I would feel comfortable wearing it outside of my house.
Verdict – RETURNED
Truly Poppy Sidney Silk Dress ($108.00)
Yay, a dress! I asked for a dress this fix because I rarely get them, but I do wear them often in the Spring and Summer. This dress also really meets my request for more color and Spring-like items! The pop of colorful flowers around the bottom is so pretty with the black and white polka dots!
Again, I had to try this one on twice. With this dress, I loved the bottom, and did not like the top. It was just too tight in the chest area..again and why I did not take a photo with the dress on. I have always struggled with this and it’s probably the biggest reason I don’t love trying on clothes.
This dress is exactly the type of item that I requested. Roseann did great, it’s just a fit issue and the next size up wasn’t available.
Verdict – RETURNED.
Daniel Rainn Carmelli Tie Tassel Crochet Neckline Knit Top ($64.00)
This item is even more evidence that my stylist was really paying attention. Back in December I got a shirt from Daniel Rainn that is hands-down my favorite item from Stitch Fix yet. I was so happy to see another shirt from this brand.
Even though I stated in my last review that I needed to maybe note for them not to send white, I don’t think I mentioned it in my feedback.
I love the details of this shirt, but again, the white color isn’t the best option for me. This shirt is also pretty sheer which you can see at the shoulders where the hanger shows through and why I did not take any photos with it on.
Verdict – RETURNED. I will also try to remember to ask for no white or sheer shirts.
Cloth & Stone Alanis Button Front Top ($88.00)
For my last fix I had asked for a button up chambray top. Roseann wasn’t able to send one at that time, but sent a similar shirt with a fun star print on it.
I love that she was able to send one this time! Even though I have something similar now, I like that this one being a solid color can be worn more often. The sleeves can be worn down or rolled up and buttoned. It’s also super soft!
I do own another top from Cloth & Stone that I bought from Anthropologie. The original cost on that top was right around, if not exactly the same as for this one so Stitch Fixes prices are spot on!
However, it’s too small on me. I was going to exchange it but the size I need isn’t available. I checked my other Cloth & Stone shirt and that is a size up as well.
Verdict – RETURNED, but I totally would have exchanged it, had the size I needed been available. **UPDATE: I was contacted by a member at Stitch Fix they restocked the inventory of this short and asked if I still wanted the next size up. It’s on it’s way to me now!
Level 99 Francis Straight Leg Pant ($88.00)
And this final item is also proof that my stylist dug deep into my history! I think I have always kept any pair of Level 99 jeans that Stitch Fix has ever sent, but it has been awhile.
I asked for pants, not jeans this fix. I’ve never tried Level 99 pants before and even though I asked for pants, I wasn’t really sure how I would wear these and with what shoes.
Once again, I had to try these on a couple times. All of my Level 99 jeans are the same exact size, so I knew these should fit, no problem. I wasn’t sure about the color. At first, it looked like a cross between a dark khaki color and an olive, but the more I looked at it, I guess it does fall under the olive spectrum. And, at first, I thought for sure I would be returning these.
Until I tried them on! Like every other pair of Level 99 jeans I own, these fit like a glove! I had to keep them and will surely find some tops and shoes to go with them!
Verdict – KEPT
Free People Galloon Lace Racerback ($20.00)
This is one of the add-on options that Stitch Fix just very recently introduced. I wanted a top like this mostly to wear at night since these types of bras don’t offer much support.
It’s well made and really pretty.
I’m hoping the add-ons will change regularly, but it’s still too early to tell.
Verdict – KEPT!
Had a couple of the items been exchangeable, I may have kept this entire fix. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen. I do feel Roseann took everything I said in my current note and past reviews into consideration when making her picks for me. Unfortunately, for me, sizing can be tricky. I’m really hoping it gets easier as I slowly continue to shed a few more pounds.
For reference, the total of all my items was $416.00. Had I bought all 5, I would have saved $104.00, making the total $312.00 plus the $20 for the add on item. I think this is the highest priced Stitch Fix box for me yet, but all of the items fell into the price range that I have set in my profile. You can definitely chose a lower range if that fits your budget better, or go higher. Stitch Fix also carries premium brands, maternity items, and they have a men’s subscription now too!
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I hope this March 2018 Stitch Fix Review has inspired you to give it a try for yourself!
If you’re interested in trying Stitch Fix for yourself, click HERE! Just remember to be super detailed about what you like, don’t like, and any sizing issues you might have. That way you know for sure that your $20 styling fee will go towards something you love!