Friday, March 7, 2014

Stitch Fix

I got my second "fix" today, and could not be any happier with it! I received my first "fix" last month, and it was good, but this one was even better than the last! 

How does it work?
You go to and fill out your style profile.  They will ask all sorts of things from your size to how you like to wear your clothes to the types of clothing items you gravitate towards.  They will then charge you a $20 styling fee when your fix ships (the $20 is used as a credit towards anything that you decide to keep from your fix).  Once you get your fix, you have three days to try on the items and decide to keep or send back (they give you a prepaid return label and package, so it is super easy to return).  To purchase the items that you keep, you will go back to your account and your items are listed there.  You can enter feedback for the items as well that the stylists take into consideration when picking your next items, if you decide to get another fix. 

(PS-If you decide to get a "fix", use this code and I'll get a referral credit:

I never took pictures of my first fix, because I got busy and ran out of time :), so I wanted to show the items that I got this time in case any of you out there are like me and want to see what may come in your potential fix, should you order...PLUS I need your help deciding what to keep and what to send back as I want to keep EVERYTHING, but probably shouldn't!!

Splendid Brand, Luciano Denim Trim & Striped Cotton Tee
 I love this top, and it's one of my favorite clothing's a little pricey though at $108 for a t-shirt.  It's SOOO comfortable, lightweight, and I could wear with pretty much anything.  I'm so torn because of the price to keep or return though .

Moni Horseshoe Print Stud Detail Top
 It's ironic that I got this in right during Rodeo Houston as it's a PERFECT top for it.  I was even thinking of wearing it with my cowboy boots and shorts on the airplane tomorrow.  It's a definite keeper as it's lightweight, loose, and so comfy. At $58, I thought it was very reasonable, especially since it has stud detailing along the collar (that you might not can see).

Ivy Colorblock Tab-Sleeve Blouse
 The colors in this top are just my style! Bright, but not too loud. I love love love the fit as well.  I would easily pair this with white skinny jeans or white shorts and sandals for the early Spring. $68 seemed about right for this top as well (maybe even slightly high, which is why, again, I'm torn whether I should keep or return).

Emer High Waisted Cropped Trouser
 These fit me better than any pants have ever fit...seriously! The only reason that I hesitated in keeping is the color.  However, I think that I have plenty of neutral tops that I could wear with this as well as some cute sandals that will work (of course, I have to get the pants hemmed since I'm so dang short!). $98

Farah Fit & Flare Striped Dress
This is the perfect church dress as I'm always looking for something cute and modest to wear when teaching Sunday School! Of course, as anything of mine, I have to get it taken in at the bottom, but that's not uncommon since I'm barely 5 feet tall!  $68

So, I want to keep everything...should I? You get a 25% discount if you purchase everything! 


  1. It all looks so cute on you!! What did you end up keeping? My first one was a big miss but I'm looking forward to my second and hopefully redeeming :)

  2. Found your blog while looking at posts with March 2014 stitch fix reveals, hoping to have better luck with my next fix. I vote yes, keep it...everything looks great!

  3. I love the grey dress, it's so classy!

    Have you tried Vain Pursuits? They're kind of like Stitchfix but for beauty products



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