My 14th Stitch Fix

A few weeks back I got a mailer in the mail from Stitch Fix offering me a FREE fix. Meaning no $20 styling fee. It had been several months since my last fix and I wasn’t really sure I wanted to do another.

As I’ve been cleaning out my closet, I’ve noticed sometimes I impulsively choose to keep Stitch Fix items, wear them once or twice and then leave them hanging for months on end until they make it to the donate pile so as I looked at this fix I wanted to be intentional with anything that I would keep. Meaning I wanted to keep items that make sense long term in my closet and not just for an occasional wear.

Truth be told it’s been a long time since I’ve been this disappointed with a fix.

Here’s what I got:

Q&A Marsala Split Neck Blouse $64

I thought this top was adorable and could absolutely see myself wearing it for a night out or even Thanksgiving. That said- $64!! Too much to justify keeping it.

Decision: RETURN

41Hawthorn Zoe Ankle Zip Skinny Pant $88

I actually really like the 41Hawthorn brand and maybe even would have been interested in these pants if my Stitch Fix profile didn’t say “No pants, please.”

Decision: RETURN

Le Lis Covington One Pocket Top $58

This was a cute, fun, flannel that’s very much in style but I couldn’t find any reason it would be different than a flannel I could buy at Old Navy or Target for much less.

Decision: RETURN

Evolution by Cyrus Leesa Hooded Cardigan $88

I actually LOVE this sweater. It is totally my style, so much so that I already have one very similar. If I didn’t, I’d be tempted to keep it, though again, the price point is much higher than I’d want to spend.

Decision: RETURN

Olive and Oak Marsella Star Print Pullover Sweater $58

It’s just not me.

Decision: RETURN

All in all, I was disappointed. Not because they didn’t send me nice items but because none of the items were things I either preferred or requested and also, I felt like the price points were high. I felt like the stylist quickly did a once over on my profile and threw things together without really taking the time to look at my profile, what I’ve bought in the past and also what I’ve pinned on pinterest.

I may give Evereve’s Trendsend program another whirl but I think this might be it for me and Stitch Fix for awhile.

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My Third Stitch Fix
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My 9th Stitch Fix
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Have you tried Stitch Fix out yet? What have you liked or not liked? If you haven’t signed up yet what are you waiting for?

For a $20 styling fee, you fill out a questionnaire and all of your likes/dislikes when it comes to clothing, style, price points etc and a stylist puts together five pieces they think you might like. Hate it all? The only cost is the style fee. Love it?  Your $20 style fee goes towards your purchase and if you buy all five items you receive a 25% discount.

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