Have you heard of and tried Stitch Fix yet?
In case you haven’t, let me fill you in a bit on how it works. First, you will want to head on over to the Stitch Fix website where it will walk you through setting up a style profile. The style profile is where you can input your clothing and shoe size, along with all of your fashion preferences (do you love plaids and florals, but not the color orange?). A stylist will then be assigned to style you. Your personalized stylist will pick 5 pieces, they could be all clothing items or clothing, shoes and accessories (depending on your particular style profile preferences). The last thing that I want to mention to you about getting started with Stitch Fix is that after you pay a $20 styling fee (which is credited toward anything you choose to keep in your Fix), you can then sit back and wait patiently for your new fashions to arrive.
A couple of months ago I shared the unboxing of my very first Stitch Fix, which I found to be both a hit and a miss at the same time. There were definitely some styles and colors that my first Fix included, which were not really my style. Even though I only wound up keeping one item from my first box, I really loved the fact that my stylist introduced me to some fashion brands and clothing styles that I may not have discovered or normally tried. I was very excited to try out another Stitch Fix, with a different stylist this time, to see if my experience would be any different.
So, let me not waste any more time chatting and start sharing what I found in my second Stitch Fix.
1. Just Black Madelyn Released Hem Skinny Jean
I really loved the color and the distressed look of the jeans, especially the released raw hem, but unfortunately I was unable to keep them because they were too big around the waist. I am not a fan of jeans that you have to wear a belt with or that gap around the waist area, so I had to say bye to these.
2. Skies are Blue Azazel Crochet Detail Top
The minute I saw this shirt, still in the box, I immediately fell in love with the color. I liked the shirt once I took it out of the box and tried it on, but I was not in love with it because of the crochet area along the top of the back of the shirt. I am a girl who loves a shirt that allows me to wear a normal bra with it, and with the open crochet detailing on this shirt I wouldn’t be able to, so unfortunately I had to say bye.
3. Brixon Ivy Joyce 3/4 Sleeve Cardigan
This lightweight, open cardigan sweater was exactly what I have been looking for. The stylist definitely read my mind with picking out this piece. The cardigan fit perfectly, and I was immediately obsessed with the fact that it even has a bit of a blazer type of feel to it with the ruching on the 3/4 length sleeves. I can see myself wearing this cardigan all spring and summer long over tanks and dresses. My closet welcomed this cardigan with open arms!
4. Karen Kane Kallen Scuba Dress
Now I have to admit that even though I am not a fan of this dress, it fit perfectly. The stylist definitely got the sizing right with this dress, but I had to say bye to it because it simply is not my style at all. This black and white striped dress was too form fitting for my taste, and I did not love the scuba type of fitted material.
5. Papermoon Bayou Button Detail Knit Top
I love, love, love this lightweight sweater. I knew it was an immediate keeper for me because in the Spring and Summer I am all about layering for those warm, yet beautifully cool nights. The fit of this sweater was perfect, the color was great and I loved the button detailing on the side. This is a piece that you would most likely want to wear a cami under or use to cover up a summer tank or top of a dress on those breezy evenings. I am happy to say that this lovely lightweight sweater has joined my closet!
Since I am fully in the spirit of sharing what I found in my second Stitch Fix, I thought it would be best to take you through my second unboxing process from start to finish, so I actually took a video of myself opening the box for the first time and seeing the fashions inside. Check it out!
Feel free to connect with me and ask any questions you may have about the Stitch Fix service, or any of the clothing items that I have shared with you from my second unboxing.
Please leave me a comment and let me know if you have tried Stitch Fix yet and what you like about the service.
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Wishing you all a happy Fashion Friday and beyond!