Another month, another Stitch Fix review...
This month marks my 17th Stitch Fix box (you can sign up here if you're interested). This month I had a different stylist since my regular one was out so I wasn't sure what to expect, but I ended up loving this box the most out of the last few.
The pieces ranged from $54 to $78 each for a total of $336. After the $20 styling fee and 25% discount, the whole box could be purchased for $232.
The first item in my box was this blouse, which I ended up not keeping.
I really loved the color - I thought it was beautiful and looked great against my skin tone. But I just wasn't a fan of the price.
Overall, the fit was good and true to size. I have a short torso as well so I was glad to see this wasn't a tunic on me.
I loved, loved, loved everything about this dress and this is the first item I've kept from a Stitch Fix box in months!
Actually, I loved it so much I ended up wearing it on the blog before this post even went up. I've worn it to work already as well and got nothing but compliments all day.
The fit was perfect for me -- fitted more through the bust, but looser through the hips. It also was a perfect length for work.
Additionally, the color is a little unexpected - it's not quite blue, but not quite purple either. I'd say it's more of a periwinkle color, which I don't have in my closet at all.
Margaret M Christiana Skirt $78 | STATUS: Sent Back
I loved both of these as well and seriously contemplated keeping them. In the end, they got sent back because I'm actually trying to pare down my closet right now.
Blue is my favorite color, so that kind of sealed the deal for me. But I actually loved how well the tank and skirt went together even though they're different shades and patterns.
The skirt fit really well and actually had a stretchy waist band, which I liked.
This one was my least favorite of the group. I really liked the colors of this dress, but the fit and material was off for me.
Again, like last month, the material on this dress felt really cheap and kind of like the "silky" PJs you wore as a child.
The dress was too tight across my mid-section and pulled, which made me uncomfortable.
It also had a partially open back (not shown), which meant the bust gaped a bit for me.
Overall, it just wasn't a good fit. If you were more top-heavy with a smaller waist and hips it would probably be good.
So, that was my 17th 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!
-- Aug. 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- July 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- June 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- May 2015 Stitch Fix review
-- April 2015 Stitch Fix review