July Stitch Fix
My new Stitch Fix box just arrived, and goodness, I soooo didn't think I'd love it all but I kind of do!
Here's what came this month . . .
Kaitlyn Cuffed Button Down Top $54 or $40.50 if you keep all five items after 25% off savings
(I LOVED THIS ONE!)
Saddey Bell Sleeve Top $48 or $36 if you keep all five items after 25% off savings (I didn't like this one at all initially but it grew on me?)
Fortune and Ivy February Lace Overlay Blouse $38 or $28.50 if you keep all five items after 25% off savings (this one grew on me too~ I don't have anything like it and it felt kind of “boutique-y” to me?)
Tinsel Millicent Front Seam Short $40 or $30 if you keep all five items after 25% off savings (I don't have any other black shorts, and these fit so well.)
Mine Bethel Tow Pocket Top $38 or $28.50 if you keep all five items after 25% off savings
So if I keep the whole box my total will be $163.50 ~ which is expensive, but I'm tempted.
Y'all, I struggle with fashion. I've always been the awkward girl who didn't know what to wear, and feeling a wee bit pulled together makes me feel amazing at this stage of my life.
But $163 is a LOT of money for that stuff.
I didn't have to shop.
I didn't go to the store.
And everything works perfectly for me.
There's value in that.
So, my plan is to continue my Crazy Clutter Challenge this week and after I clear out my closet, I'm going to really think as to whether or not I need any of this (I'm keeping the shorts and plaid for sure.)
Then I'll make a more informed decision 🙂 and I promise to let you know what I do.
If you've been considering trying out Stitch Fix, I highly recommend trying it at least once, if you meet the following criteria.
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!)
Remember, 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 been pretty worth it for me!
Past Stitch Fix Reviews:
- September 2016 Stitch Fix Box Review
- October 2016 Stitch Fix Box Review
- November 2016 Stitch Fix Box Review
- January 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- March 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- May 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- June 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- July 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- August 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- November 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review
- January 2018 Stitch Fix Box Review
- February 2018 Stitch Fix Box Review
- March 2018 Stitch Fix Box Review
- April 2018 Stitch Fix Box Review
- June 2018 Stitch Fix Box Review
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