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Well I have exciting news this month!! I partnered with Stitch Fix. I’m so excited since I have been subscribing to their subscription box for almost 4 years! This is my #45th box. I can’t believe it, time really does fly.
I have watched this company grow and now I’m a small piece of it!
For those who do not know what Stitch Fix is, it is a monthly subscription mail order for clothes, shoes, jewelry and accessories. You get 5 items in each box. It’s like Christmas in a box every month!! I can’t wait for that brown box to arrive with the Stitch Fix tape on it. I get an email that it shipped out and I track it when it should arrive. Usually in 3 days or less.
I open the box and get a price sheet with the description of each item. I also get a card which shows each item I received, how to wear it and a personal note from my stylist.
Let’s get into what I received and how I styled it.
My 1st item is Brooklyn Henley Top by Olive and Oak. I paired this colorful top with jean leggings and boots. Plaid is always in season for the fall. It’s so comfy and stylish.
Kept: of course I did!! How could I not.
The 2nd and 3rd item are Jacobella stitched dot knit top by 41 Hawthorn and Jodi skinny pant by One5One. I paired these two items together, wore ballet flats and a silver necklace. This top has little colorful dots on them and a pocket.
Returned: These skinny pants are so soft like leggings but I have a similar pair. If I didn’t have them I would of them. The shirt is adorable but not my style.
The next 2 items are Shara herringbone vest by 41Hawthorn and Brixton pleat shoulder scoop neck knit top by 41Hawthorn and I paired it again with the Jodi skinny pants by One5one. I also added a gold necklace.
Returned: all of the pieces. I have similar pieces. I have to be more specific on what I have. The stylist pick out great clothes for me.
If you decide not to keep all the items, you can return them for free with the enclosed envelope that is prepaid. It’s so easy to do.
I hope you enjoyed this review.
Give Stitch Fix a try, you won’t be disappointed!
The holidays are coming why not give a gift card to a loved one. They can buy a cute piece or try it out for the first time.
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If you try Stitch Fix, please let me know what you think about it!!