I finally received my second StitchFix so here goes another review. The first fix was actually pretty spot on for my style. I didn’t need many of the times so I didn’t keep them. This time, I was sent all tops as requested. I liked 4 out of 5 but still only kept one. Read my previous review if you are unfamiliar with StitchFix. It’s basically a personal shopper for $20 who sends you clothes to your doorstep.
These pictures were taken immediately after I got out of the shower which is why my hair looks disheveled and I’m wearing black yoga pants. I had to try on the clothes asap and send back the rejects since my box was delivered while I was in Disney World. You have just 3 days to make up your mind.
The first item I tried on was a burgundy 41Hawthorn scarf, called the Julie Lace Print Scarf. While I liked it, I didn’t think it was worth $38. I rarely wear scarfs but I love how they look on other people. I just don’t have the wardrobe for them yet.
I wanted a plaid shirt and was happy that box came with one. While it doesn’t look that great in the picture, It’s one of those shirts I can see myself living in this winter. It is made by Fun2Fun and named the Colibri Paid Printed Tab-Sleeve Shirt with a $48 price tag. I love that it has black in it so I can wear with my black skinny jeans or even black skirt as they showed in the card that shows you how to style the pieces. I decided to keep this one!
Next, I tried on the 19 Cooper Cathleen Split-Neck Tulip Sleeve Blouse. The material was silk like which was really soft and felt expensive (the top was $68) but I hate dry cleaning tops as this one called for and I could tell if I sweat at all, the wet would cause a watermark under the arm pits resulting in a dry cleaning bill after each wear. It’s hard not to sweat when I shoot videos with all the lighting required. This shirt would have been great on camera as it was a great color but price and dry cleaning made me send this one back.
Now, I loved this next item and almost kept it. The Navy Roxane Striped Tab-Sleeve Open Cardigan fit perfectly and looked really cute. I would see myself wearing it a bunch. I didn’t keep it because at $58, the Peach Love Cream cardi seemed more Forever 21 quality than Banana Republic pricing. I actually went to Nordstrom rack yesterday and got something similar on sale for just $10. I loved the top but wasn’t in love with the price based on the quality. I would be open to spending $58 on a cardigan if I knew the quality was going to hold up for a couple seasons.
The last top was really the only thing I did not like. The top was priced at $48 but felt like a $20 Old Navy shirt. I have one similar to be honest from Old Navy in fact. I just didn’t like the sleeves at all. I actually don’t like black and blue stripes which is another reason I didn’t keep the cardigan above. It wasn’t my style and was surprised it made it into my box. The Renee C Walden Strip and Color Block Knit shirt was a miss.
My second box made me miss my first stylist. The first person I think got my style right the first time, it was my fault that I just didn’t tell them what I was looking for. Since I said I wanted mostly tops for my videos, that was why I was sent all tops. They listen to your feedback! I’m going to give StitchFix (affiliate link!) another try next month. The $20 styling fee went towards my plaid top so I ended up paying an extra $28 for the top and I never had to go searching for the perfect plaid top.
Even though I only kept one item, I love StitchFix. That is how I shop. I try on everything and rarely even buy one item. No one likes shopping with me so I always have to go alone and never have a second opinion. This is why Stitch Fix is great. I kinda wish I kept the cardigan and pants from my first fix but I guess that is the buyers remorse of StichFix since you can’t go to a store and get it Have you tried StitchFix yet? What are your thoughts?