Stitch Fix #3 | That Time I Kept it All

You guys, last week I experienced the holy grail of Stitch Fix. Yes, that’s right. I kept ALL.FIVE.PIECES that were sent to me. I have been waiting for this moment since the first time I read a Stitch Fix review on another blog. I honestly wondered if it would ever happen for me. But I’m here to tell you – it can and does happen. I am proof.

My last fix came in November and although I was a bit let down I decided to try again. Every person I know who used Stitch Fix will say that the more fixes you try the better they get. I trusted them and tried again. Turns out third time’s the charm for me!

I knew when I opened the box that my stylist got it right. I was very honest in my notes this time and I feel like that helped. My stylist was Kelli and I felt like she just got me, ya know? I am definitely requesting her for next time.

If you’re new to Stitch Fix here is a little run down of what it’s all about:

Stitch Fix is a service where you pay a $20 styling fee, fill out an online questionnaire about your style and one of their stylists will pick five pieces of clothing/accessories to send right to where you live. That’s right. No awkward and/or sad moments in a fitting room at the mall. Sold yet? I was.

They send you the clothes and you decide if you want to keep it or send it back. They give you the prepaid bag to make returns easy. Then you go online and tell them what you thought of each piece and pay for what you keep. The $20 fee goes toward your purchase and if you end up keeping all five pieces you get 25% off!

Okay, enough chit chat. Time for a fashion show!

1. Yuna Chevron Pointelle Knit Sweater

LOVE this sweater. It is such a versatile piece. It’s super soft, a lovely color and long enough to wear with leggings, which is always a plus! Works great for spring, fall or winter. Three out of four seasons ain’t bad!

Verdict: KEEP!

My third Stitch Fix was the best one yet! I kept all five items! You will definitely want to check out this review of Stitch Fix and get your own box! |
2. Kensie Johnny Skinny Jeans

I’ll admit, after my last Stitch Fix experience I wasn’t so sure about requesting pants but I went ahead and gave them another chance – and I’m SO glad I did. It’s such a challenge to find the perfect pair of jeans, isn’t it ladies? There can be so many issues with fit. But this is true love, let me tell you. First of all, they are navy. Amazing color. Next, they aren’t too loose and they aren’t too tight. They are just right. It’s like the Goldie Locks of jeans right here. I checked the price and although they were a bit steep for my taste it was too late. I was already in love. I also knew I would be wearing these jeans at least twice a week so I know I will get my money’s worth.

Verdict: KEEP!

These Kensie jeans from my Stitch Fix box are amazing! |
3. Moni Abstract Geo Print Blouse

I’m actually wearing this shirt for the first time in public so spoiler alert – I obviously kept it. I love blouses. They are like my thing right now. They hit it out of the park with this one. The fit, the colors, the length – I love it all. And it goes perfect with my new navy jeans above. Holla!

Verdict: KEEP!

41Hawthorn Moni Abstract Geo Print Blouse from Stitch Fix |
4. Corinna Striped Dolman Top

Let’s just get this out of the way right now. Dolman tops should be on every mom’s style wishlist. They are the perfect shirt for leggings and yoga pants. And the stripes? Just forget about it. I am a sucker for stripes. And gray. And black. It was love at first sight.

Verdict: KEEP!

Market and Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top from Stitch Fix |
5. Carly Graphic Print Cardigan

I have been wanting a thick aztec print cardigan for forever. And they finally sent one. YAY! I have seen this one floating around the blogosphere and it looked so comfy and cute. I actually put it on every morning when I get out of bed because it’s cold in the house. It’s super cozy! I have gotten a lot of compliments on it already. This suits me perfectly.

Verdict: KEEP!

Market and Spruce Carly Graphic Print Cardigan from Stitch Fix |
I really am so glad I gave Stitch Fix a third try. My blogging friends were right – the more fixes you order the better they tend to get. I highly recommend this service. It’s really fun to try new clothes on in the comfort of your own home and be able to style with your own accessories and shoes.

If this review helped you and you want to try it out I would be so grateful if you’d use my Stitch Fix referral link so they know who sent you! I’ll be doing monthly fixes now so stay tuned for February’s box!

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