Do you ever look at your closet and realize you are in a serious rut? Always buying pieces that always end up looking exactly the same? Need a refresh?
I needed to get myself beyond my comfortable shades of grey. Then I started seeing Stitch Fix popping up all over blogs and I starting thinking, “hmmm.” I figured what did I have to lose and gave it a go.
I get giddy when I see that box sitting on my front porch; it’s like my own private surprise party every month!
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I held a Stitch Fix fashion show for my family, and in the middle of it my 14-year-old daughter declared, “You haven’t had this much style since 1999 and that’s when you were wearing me!” (Admit it, it was clever.) The ooooohs and aaaaahs gratified this 40-something mother of eight.
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I used to make (free) appointments with the personal stylist at Bloomingdale’s or Nordstrom who would pull lots of outfits and accessories for me. I’d then spend a few hours trying on clothes in my price range before picking a couple of pieces to buy. As a mom I have no time for that nonsense but I still want to look good.
I was out with Leslie one day when she insisted I try Stitch Fix.
I’m now hooked. I loved all 5 pieces. I kept 2 out of 5 which I think is great for my first fix.
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-The skinny leg jeans are the perfect color and perfect fit!
-The top is also a perfect color and fit for me. (They paid attention when I selected “don’t mind showing off arms” in the survey).
-The cardigan (which is a charcoal gray) is a soft material… so comfy, yet the fit of it is feminine and flowy and not too big or bulky (which sometimes happens with cardigans).
-The floral infinity scarf is not something I would have chosen myself, but Cameron knew this would fit my basic style, and dammit… isn’t this scarf the perfect accessory for this outfit!?
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I remember seeing other bloggers get this top (in different colors) in their boxes back in late summer/early fall, and loved it. Needless to say, I was thrilled to see it in this month’s box! On the hanger it looks like it might be a little boxy, but it’s actually not at all. It fits really well and the colors are great. This top is really versatile….it’s great tucked or untucked and I can wear it to work or going out. I also really love the button on the sleeves!
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Last month, I got my first fix from Stitch Fix and I seriously enjoyed opening up that box and seeing which 5 items the stylist put together for me. It was something I just thought I would try and hopefully like…but once I got that first box and tried everything on in my awkward party-of-1 fashion show here, I was definitely addicted and HAD to try it again to see if it could get better! I am happy to say, it did!
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They are literally so insanely comfortable, I could wear them all day, but beefy enough that I don’t need to worry about them getting chewed up. I also wore them outside in the frigid cold to get something out of my car, and they actually were pretty warm. Minnesotans like that – that’s just a huge perk.
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Even though I didn’t keep everything in my box, I thought that my stylist did a great job once again. The colors, fit and style were perfect. After every fix I review my style profile to make any adjustments.
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I fell in love with this shirt immediately. I loved the colors, the floral print, and the length was great for me. I could have paired it with cute pants for work and this summer, it would look precious with cute pants. It was sheer but not so sheer that it made me uncomfortable and it was so soft. I didn’t want to take it off.
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I LOVED EVERYTHING.
That is the part I did not expect.
I mean for real, how can someone who has never met me send my a pair of skinny jeans that fit PERFECTLY!?! It is incredible!