Are you guys familiar with Stitchfix yet? I have written up a few reviews on my past experiences here, here and here and have actually missed blogging about some of my others! This week I actually received my 7th shipment!
In short, Stitchfix is an awesome online personal styling service where you fill out an online survey and for a $20 Fee a personal shopping picks out 5 items based on your sizes, likes and dislikes and ships them over to you front door.
You get to try on styles and pieces in the comfort of your own home and have a few days to play around with the items before sending what you don't want back in the prepaid envelope.
The best part? Keep just 1 item and that pesky little $20 fee is applied directly to the item! Love the whole box? The $20 is applied and you get 25% off! Pretty awesome!
They just recently rebranded a bit and the site works better and faster and the new logos and branding looks so hip and cute! Be forewarned- they do have a waiting list, so if you are interested hurry over and sign up!
So wanna see what I got in my Fix this time?
Kensie- Valerie Cable Knit Print Top
I kinda liked how this top was cable knit in print, but yet light weight and silky. I do not need to add any more sheer shirts into my closet though... they are always so hard to wear! I loved the brand Kensie so I was happy to see this in my Fix! I love a longer hem in the back, but the hem on the front of this shirt was too short for my torso. Very cute though!
Kersh- Lombard Contrast Belt Top
This top was hard to photograph but the back was like cotton, and the sleeves and entire front were sheer. WHY? Im not going to lie. I didnt understand this top, why it had a cotton waist tie or why I even had it in my box. This was way off from my style and taste and I only tried it on because it was there. This one was a miss in my book.
Spun Scarves- Sunburst Multi Color Scarf
So pretty, so soft and so lightweight! This is the perfect scarf for the spring months!!
Miilla- Joelle Asymmetrical Sheath Dress
This dress was a surprise in my box. I don't wear anything one shoulder or anything fitted like this. I just didnt understand why it had these loose fabric shoulders then these straps like bra straps underneath. It was actually quite difficult to try on. This just was to plain, and not my style in anyway. Not to mention this dress seemed kinda cheap. So sorry, but it didnt seem worth the price.
BB Dakota- Marguerite Chevron Open Cardigan
I debated on this one and actually had a hard time styling it. it looked okay with jeans and a tee shirt, but it didnt really do anything for the sweater. I like the print (of course) but I had wished it was in another color. The white makes it seem so much more summery, but since it is a heavy sweater I would want to wear it in these colder months! I also wish it had some sort of closure or different way to pull it up and wear the draped part differently.
So wanna know what I kept? Well you will just have to wait and see!
What do you think I kept? What would you choose?
And to get your 1st Stitchfix head over and sign up!