Sunday, May 22, 2016

Stitch Fix #4

Oh man, it's been a hot second since I've written a blog post. To sum it up quickly, I'm in my final month of graduate school, so that is really where my focus and time has needed to be spent lately. I am finally done with the biggest parts of school, and I graduate in just a few weeks so regular blog posts should be returning shortly! I have a foundation routine post coming up next.

I received my FOURTH Stitch Fix last week, and I knew I had to make a blog post right away as I know you guys love hearing about what I get in my boxes. If you are curious to see my past boxes, I will link them below. My stylist has really gotten to know me and has truly hit the nail on the head with my last two boxes. This box was no exception, she got it just right.

Past Stitch Fixes
Stitch Fix #1 - Want to know more about this company? Check out this post. I detail everything out and explain it all. 
Stitch Fix #2
Stitch Fix #3

Now, let's get into what I got in this box. I thought it would be fun to tell you guys what I specifically asked for so that you can see how well their stylists listen.

What I asked for: 
"I am wanting tops only. I am not interested in pants or jackets for this box. I am wanting summer tops that are fun and bright but can also be worn to work with a cardigan or jacket. I live in Washington, so I can't wear summer clothes year-round, so I want tops that can transition into multiple seasons." My stylist did a great job again with this box, since I ended up keeping everything! We will talk about that at the end, let's take a look at what I received!


1. Collective Concepts - Geller Halter Neck Top >>> $48.00 
This halter top is something that I would never pick out at a store but I actually love it. It would look so adorable with white jeans, or even colored pants in the summer but also would look cute with navy pants and a cardigan for the work week .the halter is very flattering, even with the sides coming down pretty far. I really love this top, unexpectedly! The back has a little keyhole opening which is a cute touch on the back.
Verdict: KEPT! 


2. Skies are Blue - Boulevard Cutout Top >>> $44.00
Another tribal print type shirt, but I love it. It doesn't look very flattering on the hanger, but it is a very flattering top. It is flowy but also fitted so it really looks great on. It looks really cute and casual with jeans but also would look great with white pants for the summer. The back has two keyhole openings as well which it a cute touch. I loved this top and I see it being a go-to casual top in the summer. I normally don't like wearing the color purple but this deep purple is really cute.
Verdict: Kept!

3. 41Hawthorn - McAdams Beaded Neckline Blouse >>> $58.00
I have received a blouse from this brand in a different box before and it is still great quality. This is a really nice tank top blouse. I have already worn this once and I got so many compliments on it. It is a bright coral color, but I wore with navy pants and a cardigan to work and it wasn't too bright. This might be my favorite item from the box, I can see it being worn so many different ways.
Verdict: Kept! 

4. Alice Blue - Excelsior V Neck Blouse >>> $48.00
I have also received a shirt from this brand before and it is again, in great shape after wearing and washing multiple times. This shirt was made exclusively for Stitch Fix which is great because it will be a unique piece in my closet. This top fits a little large on me, but still looks flattering since the pattern breaks up right at the sides. Again, this top can be cute with jeans and sandals, or with work wear, which is exactly what I asked for! 
Verdict: Kept! 


5. Market & Spruce - Careen V Neck Dolman Knit Top >>> $48.00
This sweater is seriously perfection. It is such a lightweight sweater, and is so comfortable. I can truly see this sweater working in multiple seasons. It is light enough to wear with white shorts in the summer, or with jeans and a scarf in the fall and winter. I love that it is gray and white, so it can easily match anything in my closet. This is my second favorite piece in the box!
Verdict: Kept! 

So if you can't tell by the run-through above, I kept everything! That is the great thing about Stitch Fix, is that you get a big discount if you keep all five items. It was cheaper for me to keep all five items than it would have been to just keep 3 or 4 items. I truly loved every item though so I was happy to keep it all and add these pieces to my closet. Here is the rundown:

>>> Merchandise Total: $246.00
>>> After Discount for Keeping all 5 items: $184.50
>>> After $20 styling fee applied: $164.50

Price I paid for these items: $164.50! 
I got over $100 off these clothing pieces. A lot of people ask me the pros and cons of Stitch Fix, and I would say that the pieces definitely aren't cheap, but you have the ability to save money on the pieces, and they are unique clothing items that I am not going to run into people on the street wearing the same thing.

If you have any questions, let me know! I encourage you to sign up for Stitch Fix and at least try it out once! It costs $20 to get a box styled to you, but if you keep anything in the box, that $20 applies toward that item. Please let me know if you have any questions, I love this company and would be happy to answer any questions you have. You can check out Stitch Fix here. 
affiliate links are used throughout this post, that helps me out and keeps fun blog posts like this coming for you to read. 

As always, thanks for reading.
xoxo, Jaimie.


3 comments:

  1. I tried StichFix for about six months. I loved it, but I kept traveling too much and it was hard to keep up. Glad you're liking it and you have some good scores here!

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  2. Looks like a great fix! I especially love that v neck floral blouse!

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