Good morning! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.
Instead of starting this week off with a weekend recap, I thought I’d mix it up and dive right into the content this morning. Well, that, and I spent the majority of my weekend drafting posts, prepping workouts for clients, and getting everything ready to be out of town for a week.
As you’re reading this, Scott and I are on our way to see his family in Missouri and Arkansas! We didn’t get a trip home last year, so we are making sure to soak it all in.
The company has become quite popular over the past year or two, so you might even be able to see more reviews by scrolling around Bloglovin’.
June’s fix included:
This Renee C Edmondo Stud Detailed Split-Back Blouse: $38.
This Gilli Alina Maxi Skirt: $58.
This Pixley Brisbane Racerback Blouse: $38.
This 19 Cooper Jazz Embroidery Detail Blouse: $58.
And this Papermoon Crissy Cross Back Tee: $28.
I went for the tanks right away!
I loved the look of all three of them, and I tried the Jazz Embroidery Blouse top on first. My stylist suggested I pair it with a colored paired of skinny jeans, and the style sheet showed more as a casual look with jean shorts and sandals. I really liked it, but I just didn’t think it was worth the $58 price tag.
The next tank I tried on was the Pixley racerback blouse. It was adorable, and I loved how it had a tight and long fit. Scott really liked this one, too, so It was an easy keep for me. I even wore it out to dinner the next night!
I wasn’t crazy excited about the print of Crissy Cross Back tee, but it sure was comfortable. My style sheet put it with a pair of light grey skinny jeans, nude pointy pumps, and gold and white accessories. My stylist suggested pairing it with LEGGINGS, and typed it out in all caps. She gets me. 😉
I probably would have kept it if I wanted the other two blouses to get the whole box discount, but… I didn’t.
I was pumped about the Stud Detailed Split-Back blouse. I loved the color, the gold studs, the price, and everything about the style. I was super bummed that it ran a lot smaller than the other blouses, and it was a bit too tight for me to wear comfortably.
The final item I tried on was the Gilli Maxi Skirt. If you know me even a little bit, you know I love maxi dresses and skirts. I didn’t think I needed to add any more to my collection, but Scott told me it was his favorite item in the whole box. So, we celebrated with a photo on the porch with Roadie. (He’s obviously doing his fashion pose.)
Overall, I was pleased with this fix! I felt like my stylist really listened to my feedback from the month before and kept the prices relatively low. I am still enjoying the service and would love to hear your own thoughts and experience on Stitch Fix below!
Improve Your Fixes
I always mention this to those who ask, but in order to make your fixes cater towards exactly what you are looking for, you have to be extremely specific in the comment sections of your reviews.
Upon checkout, you select whether you are keeping each item and rate it on how close it was to your desired style, fit, and price. I almost always say “too high” for my price point. I don’t want to see a $100 dress in my box, and if I get one I won’t be keeping it. After all of my previous fixes and reviews, they usually get that.
Also, I make sure to utilize the extra comments box to request a certain style or specific pieces for my next fix. For example, this month, I noted to stay away from pants and go for summery tanks and dresses. I also mentioned the prices were still to high for what I was looking for, and this box was way closer to my budgeting needs!
To make sure you are getting the closest to what you are hoping for, periodically update your style profile on their website (I know mine can change!) and pin as much as you can to your Fashion board on Pinterest. You could even create a “Fashion for Stitch Fix” board. They definitely look at that and use the styles you like as inspiration in your fixes!
Thanks for stopping by to read my review. I enjoy putting these types of fashion posts together, and I really appreciate your readership!
Previous Stitch Fix Reviews
• December 2013 – Stitch Fix #1: My First Stitch Fix
• January 2014 – Stitch Fix #2: Second Stitch Fix for the Win
• February 2014 – Stitch Fix #3: That Time I Kept Everything
• March 2014 – Stitch Fix #4: Yes and Nos
• April 2014 – Stitch Fix #5: Just a Few Quality Pieces a Month
• May 2014 – Stitch Fix #6: May Stitch Fix Breakdown
• June 2014 – Stitch Fix #7: June Stitch Fix Breakdown
• September 2014 – Stitch Fix #8: Welcome Back, Stitch Fix
• October 2014 – Stitch Fix #9: October Stitch Fix Breakdown
• November 2014 – Stitch Fix #10: November Stitch Fix Breakdown
• December 2014– Stitch Fix #11: December Stitch Fix Breakdown
• February 2015– Stitch Fix #12: February Stitch Fix Breakdown
• March 2015– Stitch Fix #13: March Stitch Fix Breakdown
• April 2015– Stitch Fix #14: April Stitch Fix Breakdown (Help Me Choose!)
• May 2015– Stitch Fix #15: May Stitch Fix Breakdown (Help Me Choose!)
Disclamer: Although I included an affiliate link at the top, this post was not sponsored. I pay for my service and the clothing on my own, and wanted to share the company with you because I enjoy the service. I do get a small credit towards my fixes if you sign up using my referral link, and some affiliate links are included. As always, any support is greatly appreciated! <3