I know many of you have been reading my Stitch Fix reviews for years, but for any newbies, let me break down what Stitch Fix is really quick, before I begin my October 2020 Stitch Fix Review. 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 a $25 credit to use on your first fix! So go ahead, try Stitch Fix RISK FREE and get YOUR $25 credit!
My Stitch Fix from last month was great! It was filled with items that were perfectly my style and great for transitioning into fall. 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 pieces that would transition to Fall really well again. Another great tip, if you like my style, is to let your stylist know that you have a similar style to Marquis from Simply Clarke. This will help them narrow it down.
Here we go, check out what was in my October 2020 Stitch Fix box and let me know what you think I should keep!
Allan Surplice Tie Sleeve High Low Blouse
I love love love this top! The faux wrap look hits at the perfect point and I love how it can be dressy or casual. I also really like the high low aspect, because I feel like it makes the top really flattering from the side. I also really like the print. I feel like it could easily go for fall with a pair of denim jeans or black denim jeans and then be great for spring with white denim.
Norah Textured Blouse
I like this top a lot as well. I love how you can wear it by itself or throw a cardigan over it if its cooler outside. I really like the mesh like top and the undershirt included. I feel like this is a great staple piece to have in your closet.
10″ HIgh Rise raw hem skinny jean
I love a good Madewell jean and these did not disappoint. I keep going back and forth on if I am going to keep these or return them for a darker pair. I really need a new pair of destroyed denim for this Fall, however, I just love the way these fit so much so its making them really hard to return.
tatum fringe hem lurex cardigan
This cardigan has a light shimmer which makes it really unique and great for dressing up. I also really like the fringe detail because it gives the cardigan an extra fun detail. It is lightweight but cozy as well. This is really a great option!
sarley textured hoodie knit top
Ehh, this top was not my favorite. I really like the color and the texture of the top, but the fit just wasn’t for me. It was more tight fitting and I like my hoodies really oversized.
Overall, my September 2020 Stitch Fix box was great and perfectly my style. I loved a few items and just need to decide on the jeans. Typically, my stylist makes it really hard to decide what to keep!!! Overall, I loved the balance of items and I can’t wait to schedule my next fix DON’T FORGET, use this link to get $25 toward your first fix!!