Just as StitchFix promised, they are getting better and better!!! I loved all but one in my fix. Unfortunately this would make the other 4 items more expensive than getting all five since there is a 25% off discount when you buy all the items in the fix. So, I ended up talking myself out of 3 items.
There were a couple new things about this fix. First, it had a perforated page with all my items and what they could be styled with (just like what is attached to each piece), but on a separate page:
Also, it came with a bag for Thredup. Check out their website at www.thredup.com . It’s an online consignment shop for name brand clothing. StitchFix was offering credit for any clothes you sent to Thredup and they accepted. Since I don’t own any name brand clothing, I opted out of that. But man, I wish I had some to send! They even accept children’s clothing. I would suggest checking out their website to buy from there!
The first thing I tried on were the earrings. I loved them! I ended up keeping these 🙂
Then I tried on the dress:
I loved the dress, but it was too itchy! So, back it went.
Then I tried on a top and fell in love with it! It was so soft and comfy! I’m sure you’ve figured out that I kept it!
Then I tried on a cardigan. I loved it! It even had pockets! But I just couldn’t get past the $78 price tag. So, back it went, too.
And lastly, I tried on this blouse. It was a definite no.
Can you tell I had some unwilling help with the picture-taking? My daughters were just not into it.
I kept the burgundy blouse and earrings. I’ve already worn both and I’m so happy with my decision 🙂
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I have a co-worker that has decided to try it and it’s SO FUN bringing in our fixes to get everyone’s opinions. We have another co-worker that is pregnant and counting down the days until she can get her fix on, too!