Most of you are probably familiar with Stitch Fix. If you aren’t, I will let you in on an awesome company. Basically, Stitch Fix delivers a personalized shopping experience right to your front door. You start by going to their website, filling out a style profile and then deciding on a delivery date. You then pay a $20 styling fee which will be applied as credit toward anything you keep from your shipment. Stitch Fix will send you 5 items of clothing or accessories (you can specify what you are wanting). Once you receive your shipment, you can try everything on in the comfort of your home, decide what you would like to keep and mail the rest back in a pre-paid envelope.
Here we go, check out what was in my first box and let me know what you think I should keep:
Shirley Lace Detail Knit Tank: When I first pulled this top out of the box, I thought it was completely not my style. However, it fit perfectly and when my husband got home, he loved it. It is also really comfortable and light material so perfect for hot Texas days.
Adanya Vneck Mixed Print Dress: Overall, this dress fit a little big and I’m not crazy about the print. I felt like it really didn’t do anything for my figure.
Kahlo Embroidered Racerback Tank: I really loved the print of this top and the detail. The colors were also awesome for summer. The only thing I really didn’t like about this top was the fit. From the side it stuck out and just wasn’t flattering.
Andrea Abstract Print Linen Short: First off, I will apologize for the shirtless man in the back of the picture. My hubby really wanted in on my pictures, I’m kidding, he was doing intense watering and I didn’t want to bug him. On another note, I hated these shorts. They were too tight for my liking and I really hated the print.
Maia Colorblock Maxi Dress: I really liked how soft this dress was, but I feel like the print made my hips look big and it kept falling down so it showed a little more cleavage than I am comfortable with most of the time.
Overall, I really loved my first experience with Stitch Fix. If you are interested, click this link to the Stitch Fix website and sign up for an account!