Bye bye to Luxe. Stitch Fix #44

Puppies first bath!

It was traumatic for everyone involved.

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How does Stitch Fix work?

Type of subscription: clothing
Frequency: you can choose the frequency of your reoccurring boxes (bi-weekly, monthly, or seasonly) or you can order them on demand
Amount of products received: 5, every time
Cost: $20 per box (which is credited towards any items you buy) and free shipping + the cost of whatever items you decide to keep

Sign up and create your own personal style profile at Stitch Fix (this is my referral link, which earns me $25 towards my next Fix and nets you a free styling fee!). Schedule your first shipment (how exciting!). Receive and try on your clothing in the comfort of your own home, styled with pieces that you already own. Check out online, within 3 days. Leave detailed feedback about what you loved and what you didn’t like so much. Every bit of information helps your stylist grow. Mail back your returns in the provided pre-paid envelope. All that’s left if to show off your new items!

I pay for this subscription.

This is my first Fix with Luxe items turned off. I mostly requested some fun spring items now that the weather is getting warmer, but I also told Courtney that I was still on the look out for a bodysuit if she should find one.
Unfortunately, she didn’t, but she did give me some pointers as to how I might be able to score one in my next Fix!

Kate Spade Active Blossom French Terry Sweatshirt – $118
I was really hoping that I would like this sweatshirt, because it’s Kate Spade and I like the pattern, but I just wasn’t feeling it. First of all, it was too small. Which isn’t a huge problem, because size exchanges exist. But I also couldn’t get past the hi-lo ruffle detail. Not for me.

Urban Expressions Sia Embroidered Satchel – $58
This bag was much bigger than I anticipated it being, which is a good thing! It was a cream color with gold accents, floral embroidery, and scalloping on the edges. It opened from both sides creating two distinctly separate pockets. It wasn’t really my style, but it was definitely different!

Just Black Romeo Distressed Cuffed Frayed Hem Denim Short – $58
I wish Stitch Fix carried shorts that weren’t so boxy looking on my chicken legs, but I don’t own a pair of white shorts and I really like the brand Just Black. They went well with the rest of my Fix too.

Bailey44 Trelli Cross Front Knit Top – $128

If I could only wear one brand for the rest of my life it would definitely be Bailey44. This top was so much fun! I really liked the cross front and hi-lo details. It was comfy and will be perfect for my next date night now that it’s getting warmer out.

On The Road Sandspur Tie Front Knit Top – $54
This top is the epitome of summer. The fabric feels breathable and I love that there’s a small peek of stomach, without being a full blown crop top. The flower and palm pattern gives me life!

Verdict: 3/5
Despite not having a body suit in it, I really liked this Fix. I was in need of some white shorts, and I really like the two tops that I kept. Cross your fingers for me that Courtney’s suggestion to lower my price points works. We’ll see soon!
Thanks for taking the time to read my little blog! 🙂
– Tia

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