Stitch Fix Review

As a busy Stylist and entrepreneur, I've been getting clothing "Fixes" from Stitch Fix for a few years. I love getting curated looks in a "Fix" (five pieces of clothing or shoes chosen just for me by a Stitch Fix Stylist). I thought I'd share my most recent Fix.

How it works
Stitch Fix is a subscription service for clothing that you can have delivered every 2-3 weeks, once a month or once a quarter - or you can schedule a "Fix" at any time.  The best way to get items that most match your personal style is to fully complete the questionnaire when you sign up with Stitch Fix and then create a Pinterest board with styles you like. My Pinterest boards can be viewed here

What is a "Fix"
A "Fix" is a delivery of five (5) items selected for you based on a profile you complete when you sign up. A $20 styling fee is charged to you when your Fix is being styled. If you keep at least one of the five items, you get the $20 deducted as a discount. If you keep all five pieces, you get a 25% discount as well as the $20 credit. 

My recent Fix
Few things are more exciting to a girl that loves fashion (me!) than coming home to a box from Stitch Fix on her porch. Opening the box is like Christmas! Since the items are a surprise, it's a monthly fashion gift to yourself! Clothing comes carefully wrapped in tissue and shoes are in a Stitch Fix-branded storage bag. (Stitch Fix also offers accessories including scarves, bags and jewelry but since I'm a Stylist with Stella & Dot I've requested 'no accessories'.)

The first item I tried on was the Curran Split Neck Blouse by Pixley in navy with white polka dots. I love the detailing on the shoulders and the gathering at the back. The blouse has a flowing fit that wasn't too baggy and a flattering neckline. Verdict: Keep!

The next item I tried was the Simona Henley Blouse from Alice Blue. The vibrant floral print is gorgeous and I was surprised how well it worked over the black base. Verdict: Keep!
I've worn both tops several times since they arrived!

I was excited to see shoes in my Fix, especially since these are an item that Stitch Fix just started carrying. The color is gorgeous and I LOVE the Dolce Vita brand. The shoes are more reddish-orange in person, but that makes them more neutral. Verdict: Keep!

I'm always in need of a good skirt to wear to meetings that is comfortable and stylish. The next item in my box was perfect! The Margaret M Christiana Skirt in vibrant purple is a gorgeous color and the subtle print makes it even more fashionable. I can pair this with either of the blouses I received in this Fix to make complete outfits. Margaret M is a Stitch Fix exclusive brand and the cost of the skirt was $78 before discounts. Verdict: Keep!

The last item in my Fix was the Mahl Woven Floral Back Knit Top. It's a super cute top that is perfect for casual days over shorts or jeans. I love that the floral print on the back isn't too bright. It's got great shades of rose and green. It'll be perfect for working from home and weekends. Verdict: Keep! 

Overall, this Fix was a WIN! It's one of the few times I've kept all five items and I loved each and every piece. Do you get Fixes from Stitch Fix? What do you think of my items this month? Share your thoughts in the comments!