Samantha Chic: Style // March 2015 Stitch Fix Review

3.11.2015

Style // March 2015 Stitch Fix Review


Another month, another Stitch Fix review...  

This month marks my 11th Stitch Fix box (you can sign up here if you're interested). For this box, I asked my stylist for some 60s inspired pieces because I've been really feeling that decade lately.

This box was one of my favorites and in hindsight, I wish I had kept some of the pieces. Oh well, I guess... live & learn!


Here's what I got in my box. The pieces ranged from $44 to $74 each for a total of $318. After the $20 styling fee and 25% discount, the whole box could be purchased for $223.50.


Pixley Kathy Striped Fit & Flare Dress $68| STATUS: Sent Back

Sigh... if there was one item in this box that I wish I would have kept, it's definitely this dress.


I already own a lot of striped dresses, so I passed on it, but looking at the pictures now, I regret that decision.

This dress fit perfectly, it was a heavier weight, which is especially good for transitional weather.

The cut was super flattering and didn't pull or pinch anywhere.

Overall, it was a hit (and it looks super cute with the booties!)

Street Level Juno Small Folded Clutch $44 | STATUS: Sent Back

This is another item I kind of wish I would have kept, but didn't...

I love a good crossbody bag. This one was roomy without being overwhelming. And the color is unexpected -- it's nice to sometimes stand out from the crowd.

Market and Spruce Dash Button-Front Chambray Shirt $74 | STATUS: Sent Back

I already own a few chambray shirts so this one didn't make the cut.

Overall, not a bad shirt. The length was a little long on me because I have a super short torso, so it fit more like a tunic.

41Hawthorn Jordanne A-line Skirt $68| STATUS: Sent Back

Again, I already own a similar green skirt so I sent this one back.


For someone who is a pear shape, like me, this was a very flattering skirt. It nipped in at the waist, but then flared out slightly allowing for hip & leg room.
RD Style Maureen Twisted Seam Elbow Patch Sweater $64 | STATUS: Sent Back

I'm pretty sure I've gotten at least 3-4 elbow patch shirts in the last few boxes... 

It must be a trend, but it's not one I'm feeling. Overall the sweater was comfy, but a little sheer so you'd have to wear something underneath of it.

Again, I already own a similar navy sweater so the elbow patch wasn't enough to sell me on this one.


So, that was my 11th box! Tell me what you think about Stitch Fix in the comments below. If you're interested in Stitch Fix, you can sign up here!

Get more:

-- February 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- January 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- November 2014 Stitch Fix review
-- October 2014 Stitch Fix review
-- September 2014 Stitch Fix review

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