Wednesday, June 11, 2014

June 2014 Stitch Fix Review # 3

It's that time of the month again.... STITCH FIX!! To say I'm addicted is an understatement. This fix that I received looked a lot better than what it turned out to be..... a little disappointing. If you want to read about how Stitch Fix works, head over to my first Stitch Fix post which explains the process in detail. If you want to create your style profile and get started now click here!

When I opened the box, I saw right away that I got a statement necklace, what I had requested!

[one] Bay to Baubles Mumford Beaded Ombre Collar Necklace. This necklace was too chunky and bulky for me. I also wasn't fond of the color and style. It's definitely not a necklace I would feel comfortable wearing on a daily basis, which is what I had requested. 
Verdict: Sent Back 

[two] Under Skies Jasmine Pleat Detail Floral Print Blouse. I loved the floral print and vibrant colors of this shirt. Since the weather has been so hot lately, I was so happy it was a tank top! This looks great with skinny jeans, or you could wear it with darker jean shorts for a more casual summer look. My only complaint about this shirt would be that the fit of the top is sort of "blah", meaning the front just goes straight down. It was too cute to pass up though! 
Verdict: Kept 

[three] Pomelo Lana Lace Detail V-Neck Tank. I was excited that I got another tank top however this top is not my style. I loved the lace idea of the top, however, the detail of the lace was a little to fancy looking for my liking (if that even makes sense). Cute idea though. 
Verdict: Sent Back

[four] Renee C Tucker Printed Split-Back Tank. Again, I was so excited I got yet another tank and I LOVED this pattern. The back of the tank was awesome too! My complaint with this top was it fit a little too snug in the chest, was a little too short in the front, and went up too high on my neck...haha okay, I guess I'm making it sound like I really disliked this shirt..... Honestly though, I probably would have kept it if I had tons of money for clothes. 
Verdict: Sent Back 

[five] Under Skies Aiden Embroidered Hem Woven Top. NOT MY STYLE! Stitch Fix, what were you thinking? That's all I have to say about this shirt. Of course, this was the cheapest item in my fix, which I thought was totally bizarre and strange considering the amount of material on this shirt far surpassed all the fabric on my other tops combined
Verdict: Sent Back, fast!

Well, my overall opinion of Stitch Fix has changed slightly over the last three fixes I received. I love the idea of it and get so excited when my fix is being shipped, however, it's too expensive. All of the items I received were around $50-$60, which is way more than I would ever spent on an everyday shirt. I guess this is a great idea for rich women or women who like to spend money on clothes. They do seem to be great quality clothing items! I will most likely continue on this craze for awhile because it's so much fun, but maybe not monthly. =) 

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  1. This is EXACTLY how I feel about Stitch Fix. Really cute clothes, some horrible misses, but really I can't justify the purchase of a lot of items I love because its way more than I would generally spend on anything else. If the items were like 15-20 dollars cheaper I would do it every month!

    1. Exactly!!!!! Glad I'm not the only one who thinks this =)

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