April 2020 Stitch Fix Review
My March 2020 Stitch Fix was a great fix again! It was filled with items that were perfectly my style and slightly out of my comfort zone, but great to push my style a little bit. One of the most asked questions I get is, “How do you get such great items in your fix?” Well, seriously, my best tip for Stitch Fix is to stay with the same stylist so they can learn your style. I have been with the same stylist for so long and she just gets me. Almost every box is a “OMG I’m gonna break the bank and keep all five type of deal…” This month, I asked my stylist for more Spring pieces and really left it open for her to choose!
So, for any newbies, let me break down what Stitch Fix is really quick. Stitch Fix delivers a personalized shopping experience right to your front door. To sign up, you go to the Stitch Fix website, fill out a style profile and then decide 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, shoes, or accessories (you can specify what you are wanting and the price range). Once you receive your shipment, you can try everything on in the comfort of your home, decide what you are going to keep and mail the rest back in a pre-paid envelope. It is super easy and a fun way to shop!
If you sign up for your first fix (new customer) using any of the links in this post, then you will get your FIRST STITCH FIX STYLING FEE WAIVED + an extra $30 to spend on your fix!! That is a $50 credit for you & yes then that will apply toward anything you keep from your order!!! So go ahead, try Stitch Fix RISK FREE and get YOUR $50 credit!
Here we go, check out what was in my 50th box and let me know what you think I should keep!
Adamaris One Pocket Button Down Top
I’m sure you have seen me wearing this top on Instagram already, but I love the light blue color and how lightweight this top is. It is normally blazing hot here in Texas, so I love lightweight material. I also really like that you can tie it up or wear it long for different looks. This top is a winner big time!
Earnest Swing Knit Top
I think this top pairs great with white jeans or white shorts and I love the bright colors. I am a sucker for navy, so I really like all the colors. The length is longer, but still great and I like the sleeveless. Sleeveless is always great to me because I can pair it with a cardigan if the weather changes.
Harriet Hooded Pullover
So, I really wanted to love this pullover, because of the stripes and colors, but it just wasn’t happening. I’m not sure if it was the hood or if I would have preferred it oversized just a little bit. It just didn’t wow me, but it was super close!
Tessa Two Pocket Cardigan
Again, I am normally a sucker for cardigans and I don’t have one in this color, but it was just a little too thick. It didn’t fit me right and it wasn’t very flattering. This one was a big no, especially going into warmer months.
Embry Faux Wrap Knit Maxi Dress
I am loving wrap dresses right now, and this one is a great option. I was on the fence about it, but overall, I didn’t like how heavy the fabric was and the texture. Like I mentioned above, with the Texas heat, I like light and airy so it just wouldn’t be practical.
Overall, my March 2020 Stitch Fix box was great, I feel like I could have done a better job communicating to my stylist that I am starting to look for Spring wear because I didn’t mention that, yet I judged the fix based upon that – so that wasn’t super fair. However, it was very much my style and I really liked most of the pieces! My stylist constantly makes it hard to decide what to keep!!!DON’T FORGET, use this link to get $50 toward your first fix!!