My February Stitch Fix Review
I'm just a wee bit excited about this month's Stitch Fix Review! As I started unboxing it (on FB live no less…) I wasn't so sure about it, but I think it's all growing on me. (EEK!)
As I've shared before, there are 3 types of folks that I feel like need to consider a trying a Stitch Fix Box:
- those who have
$20 to try it out as a gamble (the $20 will go towards any item you keep)and have enough self control to say NO to things that aren't really awesome in their box (right now they're offering a free styling fee, so you just need enough self control to send it back if it's not in your budget and you don't love what you get!)
- moms who work outside of the home and need to feel pull together enough for work
- anyone who needs a decent pair of pants or jeans that fit perfectly (they have the best jeans EVER, if you struggle with finding pants Stitch Fix is worth a shot at least one time!)
Here's what I got . . .
Tameria Cold Shoulder Pullover $42 ($31.50 if I keep the whole box)
Morales Split Neck Top $46 ($34.50 if I keep the whole box)
Wilco Solid Quilted Vest $68 ($51 if I keep the whole box)
and Neve Scissor Hem Skinny Jean $49 ($36.75 if I keep the whole box)
Floriana Circle Drop Earrings $28 ($21 if I keep the whole box)
Total if I keep everything (after my $20 styling credit): $154.75 after my styling credit. I also had $75 in free credit (yay!) so I'm giving in and keeping the whole box ~ eek!
Stitch Fix is a HUGE splurge in our budget, but it's allowed me to feel more confident in my style, and I love not having to go out and hunt down things that fit me well. I love that I feel a little more pulled together in my Stitch Fix clothes, and after spending my entire life penny pinching (and having soooo many out of date clothes), this is a gift to myself.
I would never have considered spending this kind of money on clothes in our early penny pinching years, but at this point in my life it's worth it to me to not spend time shopping and still feel pulled together most days. I do feel like it's worth it to not have to head out shopping (and probably only keep most of the items every few months ~ since this is the only clothes shopping I do I don't feel too awful about that?)
Really, when you try out Stitch Fix you're paying someone to style you as much as you're paying for their clothes, and for a girl who struggles with figuring out her style, this one's worth it for me!
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