Happy spring, friends! I just received my second Stitch Fix box and I’m so excited to share what my stylist Amanda hand-selected for me! As she described in the fashion note she sent with my clothes: the items are edgy, yet glamorous. I’m still debating on which items I’m going to keep, but they are definitely some fun pieces to build a closet transitioning from winter to spring.
If you are not familiar with Stitch Fix, here are the quick details:
- Stitch Fix is an online fashion company that partners you with your own personal stylist.
- The Stitch Fix experience is not merely curated, it’s truly personalized to your taste, budget and lifestyle.
- Your stylist designs your fix by taking inventory of your Stitch Fix profile, Pinterest inspiration and individual fix note (where you can make requests).
- The handpicked items just for you are delivered right to your doorstep.
- To start your fix, you pay $20 for a styling fee (unless you use my link to waive your fee!)
- You have three days to decide what you want to keep before mailing back items in a pre-paid mailing bag.
For more details about the ordering process and setting up your Stitch Fix, read about my first box.
For my March box, I didn’t make any special requests. I was really happy with how my first box turned out, so I wanted to keep the same criteria and see what my stylist would send.
The first items I opened were absolute fashion statements. My stylist sent me a Kamden Funnel Neck Knit Top by B Collection by Bobeau for $54. It’s cute and bold, and as my stylist described–great for school days. However, I’m just not sure it’s me.
The shirt is fun, but too busy. I love blue, but am not crazy about combing stripes and floral. I did see what my stylist was going for because in my box she also sent me a pair of sneakers to pair with it. The Grand Crosscourt II Suede Lace Up Sneakers by Cole Haan are $78. It’s a very bright spring, college-y look, but just not for me–especially considering the prices for the items.
To go with the top and shoes, my stylist sent me these Kinleigh 4-Way Stretch Ankle Skinny Jeans by Liverpool for $88. The jean material is really soft and stretchy, but too plain. My taste right now is distressed jeans with ripped knees or more detail. These are a good classic pair, but not what my closet is in need of.
The last two items I opened were probably the truest to my style. My stylist sent me a black Amador Crochet Detail Silk Blouse by Daniel Rainn for $64 and a Morgan Essential Boyfriend Cardigan by 41 Hawthorn for $58. Paired together, the two make a perfect night out ensemble.
Paired with the jeans, I think this look is super cute! The blouse is a bit big and similar to a few items I already have in my closet, so I think I will send back. I do like the cardigan, though. It would be super cute for the spring season paired with dresses or rompers.
Those are the five items I received for March! I would love your feedback! Are there any items you think I should keep? Or do you have a suggestion on what to send back? I’d love to hear from you. Leave me a comment or reach out on social media @fearlesseyes97
It’s always fun to see what comes from Stitch Fix! This box was exciting to open, even if the items weren’t my favorite. Sometimes fashion is a hit or miss, just like shopping in the stores! To try your first Stitch Fix for FREE, use my referral link here.
One of my favorite things about Stitch Fix is they also send you a fashion card to show you how to wear your items. It’s like Pinterest on paper. It gives a look into what your stylist was envisioning when picking out your items. I love how they suggested wearing the cardigan.
My total for this box would be $342.00. If I buy everything, there is a 25% discount. I also have a bit of credit to apply and get the $20.00 fee waived, so after everything, it would be $181.50. However, I don’t think I’m going to keep all the items. Let me know what you think I should keep or send back!