My Latest Stitch Fix “Fix” {#4}

If you’ve been reading B2B for a while, you’ve probably seen me talk about Stitch Fix (Referral link- you get one if you sign up!) before. I’ve had “meh” fixes, good fixes and great fixes- you can read about those here:

My first Stitch Fix: Why didn’t I love it as much as everyone else seems to?
My 2nd Stitch Fix Review {Hint: I loved it!}
My 3rd Stitch Fix: so hard to pick just 1 thing!

My 4th fix was another pretty good fix! Some pieces I loved, some were just ok, but regardless, the whole process of scheduling a fix, waiting for it to arrive and then checking it out is so fun!


I try to just schedule fixes when I know I have an event coming up, otherwise it gets to be a pretty expensive habit 😉 Since I’m going to Italy AND since I received a gift card from my gym friend, Jen, for my birthday, I figured it was the perfect time to schedule one. Here are the goods!


Market & Spruce Barrymore Solid Pleat Detail Top- $48

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While I liked this top, it just didn’t fit that great so I sent it back. I know they are supposed to fit loose and flowy, but this one just seemed to be baggy and just didn’t do anything for my figure.

Market & Spruce Lawford Knit Top- $58

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I LOVE this top! I think the pleather border on the collar is cool, I love the material and I like the little detail on the arms. While it’s more than I’d normally spend on a top like this, I just liked it too much to send back!

Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Short- $54

No picture for these as they were too small 😉 Which is a shame because I really liked them!!

Papermoon Briar Maxi Dress- $54

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I loved this dress!! And, for the price, it was a sure keeper… I thought it would’ve been much more. I love the cotton top, which is comfy and will work with a normal bra, and I love the detail on the skirt part. It’s also long enough where I can actually wear wedges, which doesn’t generally happen to me with maxi dresses!

Romolo Aislinn Honeycomb Collar Necklace- $32

I sent this back because I have so many necklaces. Does anyone know if I can opt to NOT get jewelry in my fixes?

So, 2 out of 5 isn’t too bad, and is definitely better on the wallet! I can’t wait to wear my new clothes in Italy. Oh, and one of my other favorite things about Stitch Fix is the personalized note from the stylist:


Such a nice touch!

If you’re waiting for the right time to get your first Fix, maybe it’s now! Summer is right around the corner…. 😉

Questions for you: Do you do Stitch Fix? What’s your favorite way to shop?


10 thoughts on “My Latest Stitch Fix “Fix” {#4}

  1. Jen @nutcaseinpoint says:

    I read a lot of people’s posts on their fixes and I just can’t get over how expensive everything always is! I am way too cheap and have had way too many bad experiences with ordering clothes through the mail, so I’ll keep my *fix* to reading about yours!

  2. Amanda says:

    You can email your “stylist” and tell them what you want and do not want. Or when you checkout you can tell them.

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