Stitch Fix review January 2019

Stitch Fix review January 2019

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Happy New Year!! I hope you have a happy and healthy one. I can’t believe I’m on my #61st box! I do love this service and the great items I have gotten over the years.

I asked my stylist for a designer box this month. I never had one and I was curious to what I would get. I also asked for a new jacket.

I will get into the items shortly but let me explain to the people who don’t know what Stitch Fix is about it first. If you already know about it, scroll down to see the items I received.

Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription mail order for clothes, shoes, jewelry and accessories. You get 5 items in each box. You set up your personal profile and customize it to your liking. 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.

Once it arrives, 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.

Listed below is the style card I received for this fix. Now let’s get into what I received.

Kut from the Kloth – Hals bishop sleeve blouse $68

Nic & Zoe – Julie slim straight wonderstretch pant $128

This top has the cutest sleeves and floral print. It’s sheer so a cami would be needed under it. These pants were a perfect match to wear with this blouse. I decided not to keep them only because I’m not ready to buy a sheer blouse yet and I have a similar pair of pants. Though I wish spring was here already!

Calvin Klein – Rauli bell sleeve blouse $68

Kenneth Cole – Bryce faux fur jacket $98

I don’t know about you but I love a classic white and black outfit. It looks so chic. I paired this top with black pants I had from an old fix from a few years ago. This jacket was warm and soft but it was a little snug. I could ask for a size exchange. I decided not to keep the top because it is another sheer top and I’m still buying winter items.

Scotch & Soda – Mila pleated detail blouse $98

This next top is a pretty style but I didn’t think the color look good on me. I paired this top with the jeans I kept from my last fix. You could also wear this top with dress pants. I did not keep this top only because of the color.

That is my January review of Stitch Fix and the items I received.  My stylist did a great job matching these items to my style. Unfortunately, I just wasn’t ready to purchase these type of items.

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 or if you decide to keep all the items, you will receive 25% off your total.

If you’re looking to give a gift that someone would love, Stitch Fix offers gift cards. They are actual cards or it can be emailed to that special someone. Here is the link to mail the gift card:  gift card mail. Link to email the gift card:  gift card email .   Link to print your gift card at home: gift card print at home.

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I hope you enjoyed this review. Give Stitch Fix a try, you won’t be disappointed! Here is my link to try it out: Stitch Fix referral link.

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