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This couldn’t come at a more appropriate time in my life. We’re rolling into fall, I’m just wrapping up my 8 week fitness challenge and if I’m being completely honest, I need some new clothes! I’ve held off on shopping for fall since the intent of the challenge is to shrink. Well, mission accomplished. I was so excited when Stitch Fix reached out to me and wanted to see if I would be interested in trying out their program. To be totally honest, I’ve never tried it. I like shopping, and the thrill of the shop is something I enjoy. However, I was pleasantly surprised because I actually wanted to keep everything in my box. I also totally lucked out because of my long time readers is a Stitch Fix stylist! I knew if I was going to give this a try, I knew I needed Heather on my team. Let me tell you she knocked it out of the park! Let me share a little more and then we’ll get into the box!
What is it?
Stitch Fix is a personalized styling service made just for you! Your stylist creates a one of a kind box that uses your Style Profile and identifies amazing pieces for your closet. It doesn’t matter what size you are, Stitch Fix offers sizes from 0-24W and XS-3X. I love how inclusive it is! There are also maternity, petite and Men’s sizes. (Jeff would totally love that!) You pick the items you love, and mail back what you don’t. There are no subscriptions required, you pick what fits your lifestyle.
How much is it?
You’ll pay a $20 styling fee for your Fix, and that applies to anything you want to keep. If you decided to keep your entire Fix, you’ll get 25% off! Talk about a deal!
Bonus – if you sign up, you’ll get $25 off your first order with this link!
How do I get started?
Just head to this link and fill out the form and you’re well on your way!
So what did you get, Jen?
Great question! So this particular box, I got some amazing finds! I mentioned I was in the market for tops and more transitional items into fall and winter.
First up – 41 Hawthorn – Karie Split Neck Blouse
I loved this top, but then I paired it with one of my own furry vests, I knew I was in business. Perfect for church and running errands. I call this a winner!
Next – Evolution by Cyrus – Norta Turtle Neck Plaid Pullover. When I first saw this in the box I just got so excited! This is the perfect sweater for this upcoming weekend in Chicago. I love the oversize cowl and it’s comfortable. I love the split sides too!
Next – THML – Priscilla Shearling Lined Vest. This is hands down my favorite piece in the collection. Heather knows I am a lover of all things gingham and buffalo check, so I’m sure she saw this and just saw flashing lights with my name on it.
Last item – Mia Esie Laser Cut Flats. These are so comfortable. I love a pointy flat. These were adorable with the polka dot top! Perfect outfit. Sadly, Hattie stepped on my foot pics when we were snapping and cut our shoe photos short, but this momma has super stain skills!
Other items in my box included a pair of cranberry skinny jeans that were gorgeous, but didn’t quite fit right, so I sent those back. But based on the suggestions, I think I may try to find a pair because they would look great with all my shirt choices. I think for my next Fix I’ll request a few pants options since I’m now in the need for pants!
Overall, I was really happy with my Stitch Fix box. This is definitely something I’d do again to give me wardrobe a boost. My Winter Fix was just what I needed to ease me into this chilly weather. Thank you again to Stitch Fix and to Heather for such a fun and stylish experience!
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