Stitch Fix (Take Two) — October 2016
So 2 years ago I tried Stitch Fix but had a less than stellar experience, in large part because they didn’t offer petites. Since I’m 5'0" that presented a pretty big issue. You can see how poorly the clothes fit me from photos on the Pinterest board I created for Stitch Fix. This board also shows my style and clothes that I like to help my Stitch Fix stylist.
If you’re not aware of how Stitch Fix works, you receive 5 items once a month (or more often if you choose) and pay a $20 styling fee, which is deducted from the price of the items you keep. You send back whatever you don’t want within 3 days in a pre-paid bag.
Interested in giving Stitch Fix a try? If so, sign up here (this is my referral link and I get a $25 credit to my account for each person who uses it).
I decided to give Stitch Fix a try again now that petite clothing is offered and received my first Take Two Stitch Fix today. It was a home run! I love every piece of clothing that I received and am only on the fence about just one of them due to price. My stylist, Stacy, did a fantastic job! I coulnd’t be happier!
So here’s what I received:
1. Just Black — Addison skinny jean in forest green ($88):
I specifically asked for a pair of skinny jeans that were a color other than blue or black, but not a bright color. These are petite-sized and perfect! They’re possibly a tad bit short, but I can always cuff them once to be trendy or wear them with knee-high boots. The color is great and they fit just right — super comfortable. Definitely a keeper, don’t you think?
2. Skies Are Blue — Mulvaney Tie Neck Blouse ($58):
I asked for one or two trendy blouses and I also mentioned that I love boho style. This is petite and looks great. Am planning to keep it. Agree?
3. Papermoon — Etsie Textured Knit Dress ($74):
I requested a casual, everyday dress and absolutely love this one! It is petite and fits so well and is so flattering. And it can be dressed up or down as needed and layered for a fall or winter look. It would look great with heels or boots. It has a great texture in the fabric that isn’t really visible here that adds interest. Am planning to keep it. Agree?
4. Central Park West — Bonay Fringe Detail Cardigan ($118):
My stylist picked this out because she saw a similar one on my Pinterest board. This isn’t petite and the sleeves are a bit long, but I’m used to that. It’s a simple thing to roll up the sleeves once and not even noticeable with sweaters. I love the style and it doesn’t hang too low or overpower my smaller frame. And it’s very versatile and lightweight. I have nothing like this in my closet and am leaning towards keeping it despite the somewhat high price — especially since if I buy all 5 pieces I get 25% off. So I’m leaning toward keeping it. Yes?
5. Collective Concepts — Audree Tie Neck Blouse ($68):
This blouse is petite-sized and is actually a deep blue, not black. I love, love, love the boho pattern and it’s not too long and is different from anything else I own. Am going to keep this one. Thoughts?
So all in all, I’m super happy with this Fix. It’s much more to my liking style-wise than any other fix. My stylist Stacy did an amazing job!
What do you think? Should I keep every piece? If not, which ones are a no go?
And if you want to give Stitch Fix a try, make sure to use my referral link. Thanks and see you next month!