Another month, another Stitch Fix review...
This month marks my 19th Stitch Fix box (you can sign up here if you're interested). I actually got this box right before I moved across the country, so I ended up not keeping anything again this month.
This box was definitely on the higher end of things (they are usually between $200 and $250 for me). The pieces ranged from $48 to $88 each for a total of $352. After the $20 styling fee and 25% discount, the whole box could be purchased for $244.
This blouse looked a lot nicer in person than it does in the photo. It had small little polka dots that come across a little busy here.
Overall, it wasn't a bad blouse. It's a little on the thinner side so perfect for spring/summer work days.
Just Black Adorra Skinny Jean $88 | STATUS: Sent Back
I actually really, really liked these pants. They were a little snug, but I've gotten Just Black pants in past boxes and they do stretch out a bit (so I've worn them a good bit).
I liked the olive color for fall as an alternative to basic blue jeans. You could mix and match them with other neutrals, or play them up with some color, like peach, burgundy, orange, etc.
Another piece that I really liked was this blue lace pencil skirt. I could easily see myself wearing this to work one day.
It was a little snug across the hips as you can see, but right before we moved we were only eating take-out (sold all of our kitchenwares) and I gained some weight. Luckily, I'm back down.
The waistband was forgiving though even though it's faux leather, which I wasn't too sure about. It was a nice length as well hitting right above my knees. The most flattering length of skirt is either right above or right below the knee.
I really, really liked this dress when I saw it on the style suggestions cards ...but then I pulled it out of the box. Ugh!
You can't tell too well in the photo, but each of the flowers are covered in dozens of tiny little black polka dots, which for me, ruins the dress.
Overall though, the fit was nice. Again, it was a little snug on me so I didn't zip it up all the way. But if I were to try it on again today, it would fit true to size like a typical A-line dress.
The color was perfect for spring/summer and I think could have paired nicely with some burgundy tights for Fall and a boyfriend cardigan.
If only it didn't have those little dots!
And lastly, some irony... After every other piece was a little snug, this sweater was a little too big. Hah!
Sizing aside though, this was a nice, comfy sweater. I imagine if you like oversized sweaters it'd be good at this size, but I tend to like mine a little more fitted.
I liked the color a lot and I thought the buttons down the backside added some interest to an otherwise basic sweater. It's kind of like the mullets of sweaters - business in the front, party in the back.
If you wanted to get really crazy, you could wear a nice lace top bra (like this one), and unbutton the top few buttons to show it off - a little unexpected sexy moment.
So, that was my 19th 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!
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