Monday, July 28, 2014

Stitch Fix #1

My first Stitch Fix came in today.  I was so excited to see what I got!  I have to be honest--you can check online to see what they're sending you but it's only the name of the clothing item.  I had googled the items but they were different than what I found.  Next time I think I'll wait to be surprised (oh its so hard!)

I opened up the box and found this

Inside the envelope I found a cute little note to me along with cards that gave suggestions of how to style each piece.

I like that my stylist actually looked at my Pinterest to see what I like!

On to the clothes.

Fun2Fun Torrance Lace Detailed Sleeveless Blouse $38

My first impression was that it was cute but nothing special.

I put it on and it was too big.  The top was okay but the body area was too big.

Market and Spruce Corinna Striped Heathered Dolman Top  $48

My first impression was that it was cute!  I liked the colors and the material was soft.

After I put it on I remembered that I don't like three-quarter sleeves.  It wear short sleeves/tanks right up until winter when I start freezing and wear long sleeves.  Other than that, it fit well.

Chris & Carol Wilam Zig-Zag Print Top  $44

This is the top my stylist found on my Pinterest.  I was excited because it's Gator colors!

It was a little too big.  Not terrible and I could deal with it, but I could probably have fit into a small.

Bay to Baubles Gaia Layered Gem Necklace  $28

Pomelo Harriet Chevron Print Detail Dress  $64

I'll be honest.  When I saw the price when I was snooping, I had already decided to probably not keep it.  But when I hung it up, I fell in love with it.

And the necklace was adorable with it!  Only problem...I couldn't zip it up!!  Sigh.  Even if I lost the 10 pounds I want to, I still don't think it'd zip up.  So cute though!

Here's the breakdown of all the items.  If I kept everything, the total would be $151.50 after the styling fee I already paid and the 25% buy all discount.  Not bad for 5 pieces (each piece would average out to $30).

Did I keep anything??  Yup!  I kept the orange and blue zig-zag print top!  It's just too cute not to!

I was worried about getting my first Stitch Fix.  I was worried I wouldn't like anything but I really did!  I've decided to keep my subscription and can't wait to get my next Fix!

If you'd like your own Stitch Fix, you can sign up here

(it's my referral code and I do get credit)

Have you used Stitch Fix?  If so, how did it work out for you?  Or are you planning on trying one?  If so, let me know how it goes.  I love seeing all the outfits!!


  1. I was curious how this turned out! I think it's really neat that the stylist went to so much trouble, including looking at your Pinterest. I love how that dress looks on you so it's really a bummer that it didn't fit! The top you did get is very cute though. Question: do they take off the $20 styling fee if you purchase anything, or just if you purchase everything?

    1. They take it off if you purchase anything so the dress was only $24!