Well hello there! If you’ve been reading B2B for a while, you’ll probably remember me talking about Stitch Fix (this is a referral link, but don’t worry, you get one when you sign up, too!). What I love about Stitch Fix is that you get to set up a very detailed online profile listing out your sizes, style preferences, price ranges, etc., which ultimately helps your stylist pick the right fix for you. While my first fix wasn’t great, the next two were pretty awesome- here’s a recap of the first two in case you missed them!
Creative Commune: Daxton Floral Split Back Tank- $64
While I really liked this shirt, as did RM and my sister, I was trying to be good and not spend too much so I had to send it back. I liked the fit as it showed off my shoulders, something I’m proud of because of my strength workouts, and it had an open/flowey back. I’m pretty sure I can find something similar for cheaper, though!
Kut From The Kloth: Baxley Zipper Detail Skinny Jean- $88
I’ve been on a hunt for the perfect black skinnies for a while now. I bought a cheap-o pair at Forever 21 but they just weren’t cutting it. These, while a little pricey, were SO worth it. I’ve probably worn them close to 10 times already and I actually have to plan my laundry accordingly so that I don’t wash them when I want to wear them. They are soft, they’ve got some great stretch and everything about them just fits so great!
Lemon Tart: Lanna Boat Neck Sweater- $68
I have been wanting to wear more sweaters this year. One of my associates always has cute sweaters and I get so jealous! While I liked this one, I knew I could get one similar at Loft for a much cheaper price.
Tart: Maylee Cap Sleeve Abstract Print Dress- $68
I loved this dress, but it was just a bit too tight- I wouldn’t be able to wear it to work or anything but “going out” type of nights… and it’s not generally the style I like for those nights. It reminded me of a work style dress, but since it was too tight for that, it had to go.
They also sent me earrings, but I wasn’t interested in those. Overall, I really enjoyed the fix and definitely would have kept the black shirt, jeans and sweater if money was no object 😉
If you’re looking for a way to spice up your wardrobe and find stuff you might not pick out on your own, I highly suggest giving Stitch Fix a chance. Even if nothing works, you’re only out $20!
Questions for you: Have you done Stitch Fix? Have you had luck with your “fixes” if you’ve done it? What’s a “must have” in your wardrobe collection right now?