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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!
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For this Fix Courtney had suggested lowering all of my price points, because she couldn’t find any bodysuits in my size at my current settings. I was willing to try anything at this point!
Dee Elly Barberry Cropped Sweater Tank – $34
I mentioned to Courtney that I’d love to see more crop tops in my Fixes after I kept one the last time, so I was happy to receive this one. Unfortunately, it’s a little too large for me, making the neckline uncomfortably low. I paired it with a rainbow bralette, which I thought looked kind of cute, but in the end I wound up sending it back.
LBB Enia Scoop Neck Knit Bodysuit – $32
My first bodysuit! Happy day! This bodysuit came to me in a size small, but since they run on the snugger side it actually fit perfectly. I loved the neckline, but the striped pattern made it really hard to find bottoms to pair with. While I want a bodysuit REALLY badly, I decided not to settle for one in a pattern that I didn’t really like.
Fortune and Ivy Reign Back Detail Brushed Knit Dress – $48
This dress fits me to a T, and I honestly feel like I look amazing in it. The back detail is super cute. I’m not a big fan of the dark tie-dye-ish color, and I don’t really wear dresses casually, so it didn’t seem to make much sense to keep it. I might regret this one later, but I’m trying to be fiscally responsible and only keep items that I absolutely love. So for now, my wallet thanks me.
Hummingbird Quinn Off the Shoulder Bodysuit – $28
I really wanted to love this bodysuit, because it’s adorable, but as Courtney pointed out in my stylist note I really dislike off the shoulder tops. I just find them very uncomfortable, and don’t like having to restrict my arm movements or keep readjusting my top all of the time. I also wasn’t a huge fan of the see through stomach area.
Z Supply Shane Cold Shoulder Cotton Blend Knit Top – $32
No surprise here, I love this top! Unlike off the shoulder tops, cold shoulders I can do. This top is comfortable and casual and the perfect addition to my wardrobe.
It’s a little bit of a bummer that I only ended up keeping one item from this Fix, since I was so excited for everything that was coming. But I’m really excited that Courtney was able to finally find me some bodysuits and I’m anxious to see what my upcoming Fixes bring!
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