I’ve been keeping a little secret around these parts. I’ve still been getting my Stitch Fix every month, but I haven’t taken the time to take photos and share my Stitch Fix keeps you guys. I know, right? Talk about rude! I’ve gotten several fixes between this post and my last Stitch Fix post, but I’m excited to share with you what I’ve gotten in my most recent fix and I’m asking you for your help!
What do you think I should keep and what do you think I should send back?
I think this cardigan is just about my favorite thing ever. I mean, I don’t necessarily need yet another cardigan to add to my collection, but this one is just too cute to say no to! I love the navy blue and it fits absolutely perfect! I can wear it on lazy days around the house and even dress it up for holidays. This will definitely become a versatile piece in my closet!
I love the thing black and white stripes, but I’m not sure how I feel about the red trim. I’m not really a fan of the color red in general, but what do you think? I’m really torn on this piece because it’s super comfy and would be so easy to dress up or dress down!
This pocket tee is the absolute perfect shirt for a cute casual outfit. If I could find my other converse sneaker (true story… I can only find one), I would pair it with cuffed jeans, converse sneakers, and tucked in just slightly to my jeans with a brown belt. Yep, sounds like casual perfection to me!
This shirt would be super cute with a belt around my natural waist, but otherwise it looks a little too baggy on me. I recently returned a shirt I ordered online because of this, too, so it must be a new style that’s on it’s way in! I just wish it looked a little better on me, that’s all! The print is super fun, though, don’t you think?
Not to ruin any decision you were thinking about making with these black pants, but I’m likely going to have to send them back for the price alone. I’m not sure if this lady can afford the $98 price tag. But man are these pants nice! I’ve been in the market for a new pair of black skinnies, too, darn it!
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!
Well, what’s your take? What should I keep and what should I send back?
Have you ever done Stitch Fix before?