Feb 6, 2015

Stitch Fix Review - February Box 1

Got another FIX in the mail!

If you don't know what I'm talking about, please click here to read my first review and the details. Basically, Stitch Fix a service where you get a surprise box of clothes just for you on a regular basis (think monthly, every two months, etc.). I LOVE it because it's convenient, the clothes are unique, and it's just plain FUN! Click here to check it out!

So, here's this month's FIX!

It always looks so pretty when I open it!

My stylist, Kalesa, really hit it out of the park this fix! And isn't she so sweet! I always enjoy the personal note letting me know why she picked each item. Above, you can see the card included with styling ideas. Very cool.

Alright, let's see 'em!

1. Rowson Colorblock Striped Sweater

by 41Hawthorn

This lightweight sweater is so soft! I love the colors, and I'm thrilled to know that my stylist is checking out my Pinterest board (pinned this one)!

Cost: $58
Verdict: Kept!

2. Filbert 3/4 Sleeve Popover Blouse

by 41Hawthorn

SUCH a fun color (asked Kalesa for more color, and she totally delivered!)! I love the length, too; it goes down over my bottom (love to keep that covered!).

Cost: $58
Verdict: Kept!

3. Landers lattice Crochet Detail Tank

by Pomelo 

Umm.. yeah. Not a fan of this tank. I always, and I mean always wear an undershirt, and if I can see it when I put my top on, the top is too low, which is the case here. I also didn't like the crochet part at the top. And, it's too pricey for a tank, but the length was great.

Cost: $78
Verdict: Returned

4. Ivy Petal Print Blouse

by Pixley

Look! It coves my bottom!! PERFECT length! I think the pattern is fun and different, and the blouse feels so soft and silky. Love it!

Cost $58
Verdict: Kept!

5. Concord Striped Draped Pocket Cardigan

by 41Hawthorn

This sweater is SO soft, AND check out those pockets! The pockets are built into the drapey part of the front - so awesome! I could totally stick a baby into my pocket, like a baby sling sweater! I paired it with a Target top, may not be the best choice, but that's what was hanging up in the laundry room ready to go - ha! SO glad Stitch Fix includes those little style cards to give me good ideas. Such a GREAT sweater, and I'd totally buy like two more in different colors (Kalesa?). ;)

Cost: $58
Verdict: Kept!

I'm SO happy with what Kalesa put into this month's fix! Thanks, girl! Keeping 4 out of 5 is pretty good! I feel like I'm starting to build a better wardrobe for my business, girls' night outs, and date nights with my man! I mean, yes, I love my hoodies and tees, but I'm not in college anymore - I feel like I should have some better clothes. And with Stitch Fix, I'm doing that in baby steps!

Want to give it a try? Click here to use my referral link and get started! It's so easy and FUN! Please let me know if you give it a try!

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1 comment:

  1. Melody, so good! You might be convincing me. :) Now to just get rid of the rest of this baby weight first!


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