The great thing about Stitch Fix, though, is that every other item is something I NEVER would have tried on in a store, but ended up loving when someone else picked it for me. I feel like it pushed me out of my comfort zone. The clothes were flattering and fit my body type. And I didn’t have to go to the mall.
I went with the outfit on the left and I actually got several compliments on my outfit. I can’t remember the last time that happened. … It’s only been two weeks and I’ve already worn each outfit. In fact, the navy striped dress is my new everyday dress.
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Get your own Fix at Stitch Fix
OK, y’all, this was so much fun! If you haven’t heard of Stitch Fix, it’s a mom’s best friend. Because really, who wants to bring their kids to a store? A personal stylist picks clothing out based on a style profile you fill out!
On to the Pomelo Ivy Tulip Print Tab Sleeve Blouse which appears to be another Stitch Fix Brand. Super comfy! I’ve been trying to purge out some of the pink in my closet (there is SO MUCH PINK at the thrift stores) but I dig this pink with the cobalt tulips. Makes it feel less ‘girly’. I’m pretty sure I’m keeping this one. I’m totally scheduling my next fix after this great first experience!
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Get your own fix at Stitch Fix
I first heard about Stitchfix when my friend, Christine, posted a photo on Instagram. I then went to the website, and thought, man what a cool idea. I started scrolling through their blog, and I knew immediately I wanted to try it out. I mean, who doesn’t want a personal stylist? I LOVE to look cute, and I have my own personal flare, but honestly, I would rather have someone else pick out my clothes. I get overwhelmed when I’m shopping, and get exhausted trying on clothes and different sizes, etc.
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Get your own fix at Stitch Fix
This works great because i get new clothes for work without shopping or taking too much time out of my day! also, it helps me control my spending. i am not just grabbing things quickly while i am out so that i have new things – i am waiting for my stitch fix every couple months and knowing that is my clothing money.
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It puts new and fresh items in your wardrobe without leaving your house. I also like it because as a married gal, it involves my husband in the shopping process and I find that when Margaret sends me really fun & funky things – he is way more likely to say “BUY THAT!” when he sees it on, in our home, and imagines the fun dates we could go on if I was wearing it.
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You can actually earn credits when your friends want to do this.
Yup…when your friends get jealous because of your goods and they schedule a fix, you earn a $25 credit to use towards your purchase.
How you like them apples?
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Adelyn Abstract Print Drawstring Waist Dress ($68) is the first piece I saw out of the box. I love that this dress starts with a simple silhouette and turns into so much more with lovely details; the netted neckline, the pop art print (so of the moment), and the drawstring that accentuates the waist.
As this dress naturally lends itself to day wear I wanted to see how it looks styled for a night out. I put my own spin on the look by adding gold metallics with a open toe high heel, a mini clutch, and a gold cuff bracelet. You can use your own fancier shoes and accessories and the dress can make it’s debut at pretty much any nice event.
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