*Note: This is not a sponsored post. Stitch Fix gave me no compensation or credit. Also, I know some of the photos are upside down. Sorry! I can’t figure out how to flip them.
So after going to Italy with my sister, and borrowing a couple of tops from her, I decided to bite the bullet and give Stitch Fix a try. I would like to describe my style as a mix of rocker, hippie/boho, and country, but that wouldn’t be 100% accurate. Probably not even 40% accurate.
So in an attempt to expand my wardrobe and incorporate new things, I received my first Stitch Fix box. Now, I’m sure everyone under the sun knows what the hell Stitch Fix is, but quickly:
So when I got my first fix I was pretty excited to see what they picked out for me. I posted them below, including a photo and what I kept and why and what I sent back and why.
41Hawthorn Breyson Pleated Tab-Sleeve Blouse $58.00-sent back
This shirt just wasn’t my style. It would have been ok for work, but the upper sleeves were just a bit too tight, and I could see myself constantly reaching past it for something else in my closet.
Pixley Curran Split Neck Blouse $44-kept it
Market & Spruce Evella Boatneck Top $64-sent back
I wanted to like piece so much. But it wasn’t meant to be. I thought the price was a little steep on this, and the seams where the “button-down” material met the sweater material had zero give to it, which made it uncomfortable.
Le Lis Grenaa Knit Blazer $58-kept it
I was unsure of this jacket until I put it on. And then I loved it! It looked like it would hang weird based on the knit material but it actually fits really well. I like that you could dress it up with a really nice top and pants to look good for work or wear it with a casual shirt and jeans. It seems like a very versatile piece.
Liverpool Georgia 4-Way Stretch Bootcut Jeans $88-kept it
These jeans fit really nice. They are a bit long, but I do prefer my pants to be on the long side, since I’m a bit taller than average and my legs are fairly long. I also liked that I thought they made my butt look pretty good. Another plus is that they don’t have a ton of decorative stitching and zero “bling” to them, making them a good pair of jeans to wear to a casual dressy function with a pair of heels.
All in all, I was pretty happy with my first Stitch Fix. It was fun to see what someone else would pick out for me based on a series of questions I answered. I’m looking forward to getting more Stitch Fixes in the future!