How to Get Some Style: Stitch Fix

I think we all know that I have a slight addiction to shopping. Specifically, online. To be more specific, anything that allows me to sit on my couch and spend money at the same time.

So….I got another Stitch Fix! A little quick summary for those of you not familiar with Stitch Fix: 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 was my third box I’ve gotten, and I was so excited about it. The boxes just keep getting better and better! My stylist this time emailed me asking what I was looking for. I told her that I wanted sweaters and a good pair of slightly distressed jeans. She NAILED it! I was so in love with everything she sent me! I was so torn about what to keep. With the holiday season here, I just couldn’t keep everything.

Here’s what came in my box:

Pistola Tory Distressed Ankle Zip Skinny Jean (pictured in every picture) ($88) and Renee C Forshaw Two Pocket Cotton Top ($54) and Market & Spruce Wilco Solid Quilted Vest ($68)

O+O Haynes Raglan Sleeve Pullover ($58)

BRIXON IVY Fierro Elbow Patch Crew Neck Sweater ($58)

I ended up keeping the Pistola Tory distressed jeans, because when you find a good pair of jeans, you just can’t let them go! And I’m just so obsessed with them I want to wear them everyday. I also kept the Brixon Ivy elbow patch sweater because it was oh so comfy! And those 2 items made my Thanksgiving outfit! Score!

I sent back the vest because I already own 2 black vests and didn’t need a third. I also did not keep the Renee C plaid top because I already own a lot of plaid and for the price I just couldn’t see adding it to the collection. But it was the most AMAZING material. I’m still a little heartbroken that I didn’t keep it. I also did not keep the O+O sweater because it was a little thin for me. I loved the pattern, but it definitely needed an undershirt because you could see everything under it.

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. 



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