How to Get Some Style: Stitch Fix

I’ve done it again! I was so excited about my first Stitch Fix and when they decided to wave the styling fee I couldn’t resist!

For those of you that don’t know what Stitch Fix is…it’s a personalized box that is sent to you whenever you request it, with 5 items in it. You pay $20 for it and if you like something you can put that $20 towards your final purchase. If you like everything in the box you get a 25% off discount. Yes, the clothes are a little on the higher end and pricey side, but not all of it. But if you’re like me and never buy new clothes, then splurging once every 6 months (or however much you want) isn’t too bad!

I also just became part of the Stitch Fix Influencer program. I figured, what a great way to share with all of you? However, this post is still completely inspired by me, the fix was purchased by me, and my opinions are most definitely my own. You should give Stitch Fix a shot! If you don’t like anything then hey, there’s $20 gone, but I’m almost certain you’ll get something you like! Use this link to get started on your first fix!

Get Me Some Style with Stitch Fix!

This box I got some super cute stuff. Like I was seriously obsessed with every piece they sent me! It was a very hard decision in trying to figure out what to keep!

Here’s what came in my box:


Pixley Curran Split Neck Blouse ($44) and Liverpool Phillip Straight Leg Trouser ($98)



Skies are Blue Mantague Embroidered Top ($48)



Everly Kristal Crochet Dress ($68)


Shiraleah Jesse Crossbody Bag ($48)

I ended up keeping the Skies are Blue tank top and the Everly dress! They really hit spot on every time with the dresses! I never buy dresses for myself, but when they send me one, I just have to keep it.

I did not keep the Pixley blue polka dotted top, as I felt like it fit a little weird and I have a lot of tops already like that. I fell in love with those slacks but the price just couldn’t convince. I also recently changed jobs that requires me to wear jeans everyday, so I just couldn’t see myself wearing those pants enough. I LOVED the purse, but unfortunately it showed up without the cross-body strap for it, which just made it a very large clutch. It would be too awkward to carry that around all the time. Customer service was great, so speedy, and did work to find a replacement strap, but they were all out.

I even wore the dress to a wedding I went to a few weeks ago and I got a ton of compliments on it. It’s so simple, but so adorable!

So…? Have any of you received a Stitch Fix before? Thoughts? And those of you that haven’t received one, what are you waiting for? Go start your adventure! ๐Ÿ™‚


This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase an item after clicking on an affiliate link, I do receive a small commission on that sale. However, all opinions are my own. 


18 thoughts on “How to Get Some Style: Stitch Fix

  1. I have recently become obsessed with Stitch Fix, also. Every pair of jeans/pants they send me fits like an absolute glove! I found the pricing to be a bit high for the quality on some pieces so far, but I am always willing to splurge on a well fitted pair of jeans.

    I LOVE every piece they sent you, especially the trouser and blouse for work. So cute! I didn’t even realize they had a Stitch Fix Influencer community. What are the qualifications for that?

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  2. What a great selection! Every piece looked amazing on you! I really liked what you kept- too bad they didn’t have more cross-body straps, that’s a bummer.

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