Hello, and welcome to my fourth Stitch Fix review! For this fix, I asked my stylist to start building my spring and summer wardrobe. If you know anything about me, you know that I absolutely despise shopping for warm weather clothes — I’d rather shop for jackets, boots, and scarves. I told my stylist that she can throw in 1-2 wintery pieces but overall, I really just need help shopping for spring and summer clothes. Seriously — I organized my closet by season before the new year, and realized that I have maybe about five summer pieces.
WHAT IS STITCH FIX?
Stitch Fix is an online personal shopping service! It’s actually quite simple. You are matched with a personal stylist and they send you a box with five items whenever you need, but you can request recurring boxes (the options are seasonal, every couple of months, once a month, and every 2-3 weeks). There is a styling fee of $20 per box, which is credited to anything you purchase. It is free to return anything you don’t want or need! I’m planning on writing a more in depth post about the styling, checkout, and return process soon, so stay tuned for that! To sign up, you can visit Stitch Fix’s website and take the free style quiz. Also, please feel free to use my referral link here!
WHAT I GOT
For this fix, my stylist totally delivered with a sleeveless dress, two silk tops, a cardigan, and a pair of flats.
41 Hawthorn Ava Floral Print Silk Henley Blouse in Teal Green — RETURNED: This shirt is appropriately summery, but I wasn’t crazy about the pattern. I told my stylist that I love florals, but this print was more plant-like. The silk was very nice, but the buttons gaped when I tried it on. My stylist suggested pairing this top with the navy blue cardigan, which is next! I returned it because of the print, the gaping, the cut (it wasn’t flattering on my arms), and I felt like it was too mature looking for my style.
Truly Poppy Sheala Lace Detail Button Down Cardigan in Navy — RETURNED: I already own a navy blue cardigan so I couldn’t justify buying this, period. But I didn’t really love it that much anyway, so I didn’t struggle with the decision. It wasn’t flattering on me, and I didn’t like the lace detail.
Royal Project Modesta Flutter Sleeve Silk Blouse in Cobalt — KEPT: I was initially skeptical of this shirt, because short sleeves look so bad on my arms! I thought it would be a return, but when I tried it on I realized how much I loved it (which is why you ALWAYS try everything in your box on). First of all, I am in desperate need of a nice silk blouse and the material of this shirt is so soft. Second of all, this color always looks so great on me and I love wearing blue in the summer. The flutter sleeves are super flattering, the material felt so light and airy, and I can wear it with jeans or tuck it into a skirt. Keeper!
Franco Sarto Harlan Suede Colorblock D’Orsay Flats in Gray — KEPT: I loved these as soon as I took them out of the bag. It’s really hard for me to find comfortable flats, but I could tell as soon as I touched these that they had the perfect amount of padding. They are SO comfortable, and I’ve been trying to find cute pointy toe work flats for ages! I would never consider buying gray shoes, so these opened my mind and will still match a ton of things in my closet. As icing on the cake, they have a very small heel so they give me some height!
41 Hawthorn Carlin Knit Dress in Navy — KEPT: This is a Tina dress. It has that perfect fit and flare shape that I love and, as a bonus, it has an amazing red stripe right at my waist. It’s so slimming. You may not be able to tell, but the white-looking stripes at the neck and hemlines are actually beige. In the summer, I always find myself reaching for easy summer dresses and I can tell that this will be one of those!
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T. Louise ❤