I’ll say it before + I’ll say it again. I can’t say enough good things about Stitch Fix! I mean what’s better than having your very own personal stylist to select clothes for you? Oh wait, having them delivered right to your front door! That’s probably the most amazing part about the whole process, if you’re a mom like me. Taking a kid into the dressing room with you so you can attempt to try on clothes? That’s most certainly not ideal. Trying on clothes while your kiddo is perfectly content in the other room with their toys? Absolutely ideal!
This month was a pretty darn good fix. There were a couple pieces that were immediate “no ways” for me, but then the pieces that I kept were a “hell yes” for sure. I did a happy dance when I saw them in the box and the happy dance continued when I tried them on. When you see them, you’ll know exactly what I mean!
Pomelo Priya Ikat Print Knit-Back Tank
This tank-top was an immediate “yes” right out of the box. I saw the tribal print pattern and the heather grey back and my heart was immediately in love. I tried it on and I was even happier. This tank is officially a staple in my summer wardrobe and now trumps all of the boring solid tanks I have lying around. Nothing like some aztec/tribal/ikat print to jazz up your summer wardrobe, right? LOVE!
41 Hawthorn Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan
A yellow cardigan? Need I say more? Nothing makes me happier than the bright and cheerful color yellow. This cardigan is going to be perfect for those colder summer nights sitting around a bonfire and will transition easily into my fall and winter wardrobe. Stitch Fix hit a total home run with these two pieces!
How does it work:
1. Head on over to StitchFix.com and fill out a super cute, easy + fun style profile + pay a $20 styling fee.
2. The stylists at Stitch Fix will pick out 5 pieces they think suit your style profile and send them your way.
3. You receive a pretty little Stitch Fix box packed with these goodies and style cards to help you style your new pieces.
4. Style your new pieces and have fun playing dress-up to decide which pieces you’d like to keep.
5. Log on to your Stitch Fix profile + tell them what you liked + didn’t like + check out to pay for your keeps.
(That $20 you paid? It goes towards what you keep!) It’s as easy as that!
One concern I hear all too frequently from friends and readers interested in Stitch Fix is, “But what if I don’t like any of the clothes and I send them all back?” Well, that’s easy. You send them back and leave very detailed feedback for your stylist so they can better understand your style and fashion sense the second time around. Trust me here. The more detailed your feedback is, the more likely they are to knock it out of the park the next time around. Trust me!
Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? What did you love most about it or what’s holding you back?