Stitch Fix Review: Round 2 FIGHT!

My second Stitch Fix Box was filled with lovely things that I had much hope for…

So I finally got my second box for Stitch fix, and this time around I think it was a little bit better. I really liked everything that was in the box at first glance… But, the most important aspect to consider when deciding whether or not to buy something, is how you feel when you’re wearing it…

The first item was a very adorable maxi dress. I had specifically asked for a nice summertime maxi, and my stylist came through.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t get on board with this dress because of the color. Not that there was anything wrong with it… It just wasn’t for me… The color brought out the peachy tone in my skin a little too much and it just didn’t look good.

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The Verdict: It’s Not You… It’s Me.
Then there was this lovely floral patterned top that I truly adored. The pattern was great, the colors were great and the fit was great! But, I wasn’t really feeling the tie at the top. It was awkward and I didn’t know what to do with it. Also, I felt like the shirt was kind of an awkward length. I wanting it to be just a little bit longer… (That’s what she said).

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The Verdict: Sometimes Size Does Matter
Then there was this… I Love This Shirt! It’s comfortable, it’s simple, it’s stylish, and it’s so very me. After locking it down, I’m pretty sure I lived in this shirt for a week. Thanks Stitch Fix! Good find πŸ™‚

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The Verdict: A Straight To The Bedroom Sort Of Love Affair
This true blue beauty was my next find, and it was a good one. I really like darker colors. I feel like they go well with my fair skin.And the neck line was perfect, not too low, but just low enough. I feel like I could wear this to work, or even dress it up for a fun night out. I also loved the length. I guess longer shirts are kind of my Jam. Plus, the little ruffle on the sleeves really gave it a nice air of femininity. Good call Stitch Fix.

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The Verdict: It’s Working For Me… And Weekending. Sorry, I’m a Lame-o
Finally, the last item in my fix, this super fun, floral patterned skirt. I asked my stylist for more floral prints, because I’m obsessed, and she sent me three floral patterned items that I wanted to love, which is awesome. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t seal the deal with any of them. This skirt was too long. It made me feel old. I’m only twenty-something for crying out loud! Also, my box-like figure really doesn’t do well with pencil skirts, so this relationship was doomed from the start.

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The Verdict: When You Want To, But You Just Can’t… (Don’t Worry, It Happens To Everyone)
Overall, I’ve been having a lot of fun with my Stitch Fix subscription. Getting boxes in the mail that are filled with surprises is super neat. Sending those items back however, is significantly less neat…

Also, I have a bit of an issue with the prices of everything. When I physically go shopping, I tend to browse the sale racks, and purchase clothing that I’m getting a good deal for. Stitch Fix, as far as I know, doesn’t give me the opportunity to shop sales, or get good deals. Each of my boxes totaled upwards of $200 and that’s just too much money for me to spend on five articles of clothing. Maybe I’m a cheapo… But I’m fine with that.

So What’s The Verdict? Maybe I’m just a bit too picky for Stitch Fix… And Cheap.Β But I’m glad I tried it. And I did get two really great shirts out of it… So maybe I won’t give up just yet. ❀

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