Check out all of the lightweight layering and transitioning pieces that I received in this March 2019 Stitch Fix review. Plus, find out how you can try Stitch Fix for yourself – free!
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When scheduling this March 2019 Stitch Fix box, I made a few requests – a lightweight black cardigan with pockets, lightweight layering pieces, and casual pieces.
Yet again, my stylist did a really great job trying to provide me with everything that I requested!
Before I get into the full review of the items I received, let me tell you a bit about Stitch Fix and how it works. If you are already familiar with Stitch Fix, skip on through until you get to the March 2019 Stitch Fix Review heading.
What is Stitch Fix
If you already know what Stitch Fix is all about, go ahead and skip over this part. If you’re new to Stitch Fix, here is a brief summary of what you can expect.
Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription box. You can sign up to receive boxes on certain intervals, or just order a box whenever you want (this is the option I always choose so I don’t have to remember to cancel etc.). There are now women’s, men’s, and children’s Stitch Fix subscriptions available!
Each box you order will come with 5 items. These items are clothing, shoes, accessories, and jewelry. Stitch Fix now offers add-ons as well. These are items like camisoles, underwear, and bras that you can order in addition to your 5 items.
When you first sign up, you’ll fill out a style survey. Be brutally honest with this section! You’ll also have the opportunity to add any notes when you schedule your fix. I usually use this area to request certain items that I may have seen in other reviews or on Pinterest, or to request certain types of items. You definitely don’t want to skip this part. I find that being really detailed in the notes section helps to ensure that you get items that you will love!
After everything is filled out, choose the date you’d like to receive your fix.
How Much Does Stitch Fix Cost?
You pay a $20 styling fee that is credited towards anything you purchase. Shipping is free both ways. Buy what you love, return what you don’t. If you buy all 5 items, you’ll also get a 25% discount! And yes, if you don’t buy anything, the $20 fee is not refunded (as it goes towards the time to curate the items and their shipping costs). There has only ever been one time that I didn’t buy a single item.
The cost of the items varies. You can set your price ranges in your survey. Stitch Fix even carries designer brands now!
Now that that is out of the way, check out everything I got this month below!
March 2019 Stitch Fix Review
RD Style Cassi Updated Fabric Cotton Blend Cardigan ($74.00)
Ask and ye shall receive! As I mentioned above, I asked for a black, lightweight cardigan with pockets and that’s exactly what I got! I really appreciate that it doesn’t have a hood too!
I wear this thing all the time – even sometimes over my pajamas when I wake up and the house is freezing because my fiancé has some kind of grudge against warmth! It’s a bit of a lint magnet, but we don’t have pets or anything so it’s not too bad.
Verdict: kept, obviously!
Market & Spruce Zonia Cotton Duster Cardigan ($64.00)
When I first saw the picture of this duster online, I thought it was light pink and I really wasn’t excited about it. Light pink reminds me more of pajamas or a robe.
Thankfully, in person, it’s actually a nice, neutral cream color and I absolutely love how thin it is and the style of the fabric. This was exactly what I was hoping to get in my last fix when I requested a duster cardigan. I’m really glad my stylist took my past requests and notes into consideration when picking my items.
Wisp Cleo Textured Knit Dress ($88.00)
This was another item where the online image really doesn’t do it justice. I actually couldn’t even find other review pictures of this exact pattern, so I had no idea what I was actually getting until it showed up.
In my feedback from my last fix, I mentioned that I didn’t care for the more form-fitting dresses and would rather have fit and flare type styles instead. My stylist chose this dress for those reason.
Once I opened my fix and saw the actual pattern, I liked it so much better than the photo. The first one they sent was a little tight across the chest, so I exchanged for a size up. Thankfully that one fit okay without being overly big everyone else. I love this dress with a cardigan and hope to get plenty of wear out of it this spring!
Mono B Odina Mesh Legging ($38.00)
My stylist sent some athleisure items in this fix as well since I had mentioned that I was open to pretty much anything, including more casual items.
These leggings are super cute! I love the open mesh and the higher waist. I’m always a little concerned with some of Stitch Fix’s lower priced items, especially pants, but for leggings I think this is a reasonable price for the quality. I’ve worn and washed them a few times and they still look brand new.
Andrew Marc Performance Annwin Cut Out Knit Top ($38.00)
I actually thought that I was going to like this item the most. Instead, I was highly disappointed.
To begin, the fabric is super thin and the stitching of the shirt was of poor quality as well. In fact, on the back there was a huge area where there was excess stitching. That was the worst area, but it just felt as if this top was going to start unraveling after one wash.
I contacted Stitch Fix regarding the stitching and the fact that I wanted the rest of the items. Thankfully, there were no exchanges available. Stitch Fix offered me the 25% discount for buying the entire fix, but allowed me to return this shirt.
Stitch Fix has a great reputation when it comes to these types of issues. If you ever have a problem, don’t hesitate to contact their customer service.
Final Thoughts on My March 2019 Stitch Fix Items
Overall, I’m happy that my stylist really tried to choose items that I would love. In fact, if the one shirt had been of better quality this would have definitely been a 5/5 for me!
The total for all of the items in this fix (including the defective shirt) is $302.00. The 25% discount for buying all 5 items would have been $75.50 which would have brought the total to $226.50. Because the one top was defective, Stitch Fix extended the 25% discount to just the other 4 pieces.
I have yet to schedule my next fix, but plan to ask for more spring and summer items and colors.
How to Try Stitch Fix for Free!
If this March 2019 Stitch Fix Review has you ready to try Stitch Fix for yourself, I have good news! The first 18 people to sign up under my link will receive a $25 credit on their account (new customers only). That basically waves the styling fee and then some! You need to click HERE to sign up to get the credit!
Make sure to be super specific about items you’ve seen and love. I would also definitely recommend linking an up-to-date Pinterest board that has Stitch Fix items you would love to get!
If you’d like to see more winter Stitch Fix items, you can check out my February 2019 Stitch Fix Review as well as my January 2019 Stitch Fix Review!
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