I thought I better hurry up and share with you my latest Stitch Fix, since I will be having another one come pretty soon. I love Stitch Fix, because it is a perfect way to pick out some new items for my wardrobe without having to make time to go to the mall or spend time, that I may or may not have, online shopping. Stitch Fix is a perfect time saver. Additionally, having a personal stylist is pretty awesome!
What is Stitch Fix?
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. Stitch Fix gets your style and size preferences, then send you a package of stylish goodies to try on at home. And No two Fix shipments are alike. Each one is hand–picked just for you. It costs $20 per month, and this $20 can be used towards the purchase of any of the items Stitch Fix adds to your box.
My 3rd Stitch Fix
C. Luce Lala Belted Chiffon Dress- $68
This was perfect for work. However, while it looked okay on, I just was not sure it looked good enough to purchase. It was pretty though, and the fabric was fantastic. Maybe just not for me.
Tulle Bettina Dot Print Sleeveless Dress- $48
Loved this one. For some reason I love anything with dots on it. As you can tell, since the last item I kept from Stitch Fix was dotted as well (See HERE). This dress just called out “wear me”. It was perfect for summertime, and could be dressed up with a cardigan for work. I love versatile pieces..
Under Skies Evanston Beaded Detail Dress- $58
This dress was so comfortable, elegant, and beautiful. This dress was one of my top picks this month. The pink color was so bold and lovely, and the beaded detail on the sleeve just gave it that extra pizazz!
DownEast Tobi Cropped Lurex Cardigan- $38
This cardigan just was not me at all. I tried it on, and I just did not care for it. And the fabric was very itchy. It definitely went back to Stitch Fix.
Chris & Carol Lissey Back Bow Detail Striped Top- $38
Loved the color of this shirt. As I have said, I like versatile items, and this top would be perfect with a pencil skirt or a pair of jeans. Perfect for any occasion, is my kind of clothing piece.
TICKLED PINK OPINION: This 3rd Stitch Fix was pretty good. It looks like I was assigned to a new stylist, Miranda, and I could tell. It seemed the items were a tad different than my other 2 boxes from a different stylist. I think I would give this box a B; there were some great pieces, some okay pieces, and just one item that I really did not care for. Overall though I really really like Stitch Fix, and think I will keep getting my monthly fixes. If you are wondering what I kept, I ended up using my $20 credit on the Tulle Bettina Dot Print Sleeveless Dress. Of course I picked the dotted piece again, haha.
Have you gotten your Stitch Fix yet? If not, you can sign up to get your fix HERE.
Until next time…
Stay Tickled Pink,