[review] Stitch Fix, March 2018 #2

Friday, March 30, 2018
I am a glutton for punishment, obviously, because after I was less than pleased with my last StitchFix, I decided to schedule another one for the following week to try and get a better selection. Welp.

When my box shipped, I immediately peeked (I always peek!) and looked to see what was coming. I was SO disappointed in this box. I didn't add a note to my stylist which is rare, but I didn't get the usual email notification to do that before my box shipped – maybe because of the short window between boxes?

(Note: I rarely get two StitchFix boxes in one month. That's a pretty big expense for me! But I was still looking for some new spring pieces and wasn't satisfied with my first box in March.)

If you've never heard of Stitch Fix, it is a subscription styling service. You pay a $20 styling fee and your stylist sends you 5 pieces customized to your tastes and needs. There is an extensive style profile for you to fill out and you can send your stylist a note with more details or requests! The items range in price depending on your preferences – I set mine at "the cheaper, the better."

The $20 styling fee is put towards any items from your box you decide to keep, and you also get a 25% discount if you keep everything in the box!

Interested? Sign up here!

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Toms - Classic Alpargata Solid Canvas Slip-On Flats
Price: $48
Verdict: Returned

I actually love Toms, so I would've considered keeping these, but the minute I saw them on my Fix, I knew they wouldn't fit. I could've exchanged them for a larger size (that's a really useful StitchFix feature!) but wasn't in love with the color, so I went ahead and sent them back.

Articles of Society - Silverlake Chomp Hem Skinny Jean
Price: $64
Verdict: Kept

Hazel Colette Button Down Top
Price: $58
Verdict: Returned

Oh gosh, this was just not me at all. I don't know how to describe my issues with it, really, but I put it on and was like, "Nope." The pattern mixing was so bizarre, and there was a little peplum-like flap in the back that didn't make sense to me. I also am holding firm on not spending money on tank tops, considering I will always wear a cardigan or jacket over them, or just not wear them at all. I just like sleeves. 

Vince Camuto Tannery Button Down Top
Price: $88
Verdict: Returned

Ah, the Vince Camuto shirt rears its expensive head again.

I just got a Vince Camuto button-down in my last Fix and was thoroughly disappointed by it, so I was surprised to see another expensive button-down in the Fix I got to make myself feel better after my disappointing Fix. Very confusing. 

This one was looser and ... well... uglier than the last one. Bye, bye.

Lemon Tart Jessy Frayed Trim Denim Jacket
Price: $88
Verdict: Returned

I am not cool enough for denim jackets, I've decided. I just don't love how casual they look. So, this one went back too. An $88 denim jacket isn't really my kinda jam, anyway, even though I loved that this was a great army green. 


Another disappointing StitchFix. I hope my April box is better or I will have to take a break for a while. 


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