Stitch Fix Review: See What’s In My Box!

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Here's a peek at what's in my Stitch Fix Box this month!



Honestly I wasn't nearly as pleased with it as I have been in past months, and only ended up keeping the grey sweater because I had enough credit to keep it for free. Here's what was included (except for the black cardigan ~ I forgot to take a pic!)


a. Torrence Knit Textured Sweatshirt $64 ~ returned, didn't like at all

b. RD Style Bliss Cowl Neck Sweater ~ $78 ~ kept, but only because I had enough credit for it

c. Evella Boatneck Top $64 ~ returned, really cute but I have plenty of stripes in my closet

d. Safflay Jacket $128 ~ really cute on (I didn't expect to like it?) but couldn't justify that kind of price for it

e. Martina Slub Knit Open Cardigan $48 ~ returned, too much for my budget!


If you dress up frequently for work and don't have time to shop, I really think Stitch Fix can be a fantastic option (I really have loved my previous boxes, and the quality of clothing is much nicer than what I normally wear), but the truth is it's pricey. I'm planning to try one more box next month (after sharing with my stylist my thoughts), so we'll have to see how it goes!


If you'd like to try out Stitch Fix, here's exactly how it works:

  • Sign up HERE
  • You'll be charged $20 for your Stitch Fix Styling
  • Your box will come when you schedule it
  • If you keep ANY items in your box, the $20 you spend for the styling will be put towards your purchase (so it's like getting $20 in free credit!)
  • If you keep your entire box you'll save 25% off the entire purchase
  • Invite friends on Facebook or via email (or even text messages) to sign up through you and you'll get $25 in free referral credit ~ love that!


Check out my review of previous boxes HERE and HERE, and let me know what you think! 



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  1. I’m torn about this company. I really really want to like it. Unfortunately, the price of convenience is over inflated and the quality of clothes are poor. I was intrigued with the “SF” concept, the idea of a fashion expert giving me new wardrobe ideas has great appeal. At my age (50) I feel like I have got stuck in my ways and need a breath of fresh air. My 1st box I kept all the pieces, at $200. I liked the box a lot, it took some “wine counseling” to keep it all. 2nd box I returned everything, didn’t care so much for the clothes at the Stich Fox price. To purchase, I want clothes to make me happy and at a reasonable price. I completely understand the add on price for their time, but I do t like being gouged. TBH, it’s a shame people are being lured into this company by bloggers who thrive and believe in budget shopping, and enjoy sharing their passion with others. If you get tempted, buyer beware, just keep a open mind/pocketbook and pay for the inspiration. I would not convince my friends about this service, and will reserve judgement after my 3rd shipment. If I feel it is the same, I won’t be tempted and cancel all services.

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