I have been told that like fine wine, your Stitch Fix experience is enhanced by age. I can confirm this to be true. This was my third Fix and this time, I actually paid attention to the email they send while they are putting together your Fix soliciting input, and gave the stylist some suggestions as to what I would like to see. I told her no pants, only skirts or dresses, light weight sweaters or tops, please. Here is what I got.
Before I get ahead of myself if you don’t know, Stitch Fix is a subscription styling service, that, for a reasonable fee, sends you items based on a profile you create. If you choose to purchase an item, the styling fee ($20) is credited towards your balance. You can also get a $25 credit if you use someone’s referral link when you first set up your account. Here is my link if you have any interest in trying this for your daughter or yourself. https://www.stitchfix.com/referral/12153084?sod=w&som=c
To recap, in my first Fix, I kept one of five items, on round two I kept two. Given the trend, you would think I was on pace to get three new pieces, but alas you would be wrong. Let’s take a look.
First, the Rampart Lightweight Pullover (Absolutely $38.00). Loved it, kept it. Versatile color, soft, quality finish. This guy will get a lot of action.
Next up the Clareese Scallop Detail Knit Skirt (41 Hawthorn $64.00). This skirt is crazy comfortable, the fabric has lots of give, but it is lined and heavy enough that doesn’t get all wrinkly when you sit. The best feature, in a word, Pockets!!! The price is a little high, but this is easily a year round piece so it too joined my closet.
Third is this Shula Textured Cardigan (Pink Clover $44.00). I cannot put into words how soft this sweater is, it feels like I am wrapped in a fluffy cloud. Lightweight but warm, this became my newest weapon in my ongoing war with the air conditioning in my office.
Next, the Callum Tulip Sleeve Blouse (Fun2Fun $38.00). Love the pin dot print, can be worn tucked or un-tucked, looks great alone or under jackets and cardigans. Winner. Could we go 5 for 5????
Last, is this guy, the Skylee Knit Dress (Nine Britton $34.00). I love everything about this dress, color, feel, style, sleeves, my only issue is that it is really short on me. So short in fact that it makes me a bit self-conscious, but since my discount for purchasing all 5 is $54.50, it would actually cost me $20 if I don’t keep it, so I did.
I think I am going to check out the Facebook group where you can buy, sell and trade Stitch Fix items and see if I can sell or trade this dress for something a little less showy, if you know what I mean 🙂
So here’s the damage. The total bill was $218, but with the buy it all discount and credits for my styling fee and a referral, it ended up being $138.50, or about $27.00 per item. Not too bad at all.