Stitch Fix Review by Stephanie: They are top notch when it comes to customer service. Top Notch!

I’m pleased to announce that my sweet stylist Catherine was back!

After reading my blog post last month, Stitch Fix headquarters actually emailed me. They are top notch when it comes to customer service. Top Notch.

I’m loving all things embroidered right now and this was such a versatile piece! I had so much fun pairing with different stuff in my closet. I even pulled out my very first Stitch Fix piece I ever bought! This great necklace! I love the colors and it works great with the neck line.

 

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Stitch Fix Review by Amy: I was super psyched before I even started trying anything on. The blue! The stripes!

I had mentioned in my style profile that I wear workout clothes a lot – at least in the mornings until I get everyone off to school and get on with the business of actually working out. As a result, Patrice selected this zip-up cardigan for me and I’m so glad she did! I’m a bit of a Lululemon and Athleta junkie, so at $58 this cool asymmetrical sweatshirt seemed like such a steal! The rich blue is one of my favorite colors too.

It looks good zipped up or hanging loose, and has quickly become my go-to morning jacket as I’m dropping kids off at school pre-workout. It’s cute enough that I can wear it with street clothes too.

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Stitch Fix Review by Mary El: It’s also nearing the end of the month, which means it’s Stitch Fix time!

I’m crazy about all the colors and shapes on this blouse! And isn’t the little back cut-out cute? Noli wanted to get in on this photoshoot, I think because I was having too much fun twirling. It’s pretty blousy, which I wasn’t sure was a good look for me, but after a while I felt comfortable, flirty and fun in it. Just think of the accessories possibilities!

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Stitch Fix Review by Katie: I kept everything! I haven’t had one bad StitchFix box!

I haven’t had one bad StitchFix box. Why do I think this is? Well here are some tips in getting a StitchFix box that you are obsessed with too!

1. Use Pinterest! I have a board just for my style, and I update it frequently so that Danya knows what I’m in the mood for, for the next box.

2.  Give feedback. After each item, I say what I liked, and what I would like to see in the next box. Then there is a general comments, and I also give feedback there. For example, this last box, I said, I’d like to see something “white” in my next box for June, since it’s summer. I don’t want to give too much detail, because I like it to still be a surprise!

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Stitch Fix Review by Sophia: This was my 4th Stitchfix I think, and I just have to say, it was the best one yet!

This was my 4th Stitch Fix I think, and I just have to say, it was the best one yet! So much so, I kept everything! I’ve specifically requested to have the same stylist as she really nailed my style, my shape, and what would be flattering on me.  I hope I have her again. Anywho, on to what I got!

This is a piece that I would’ve never picked out myself, but I loved it the minute I laid eyes on it.  I like that it’s a chunky statement piece, but because it’s gold, it will go with pretty much everything!

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Stitch Fix Review by Alex: I’m in Stitch Fix bliss at the moment.

Okay, you’re probably saying to yourself.. 1) Who says I need help shopping? 2) They don’t know who I am. How are they supposed to dress me? 3) Total waste of money.

Honestly, I said those same things. But I thought I’d give it a try because my last experience at the mall was kind of a drag — no parking, not in my size, long lines, and crowded spaces.

1) You probably don’t need help! But let me tell you, if you’re sometimes lazy and don’t want to step out of the house, but want something new…STITCH FIX is your FIX.

2) They do their research! The more information you give them (a.k.a preferences, social media sites, etc.), the better your stylist can assist you. They ask A LOT of questions to make sure that they serve you well!

3) It costs $20 to sign up for one style fix, but what’s neat is that you can use that $20 towards your purchase! Um, winner. And if you decide to buy all 5 items, you get 25% off your entire purchase!

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Stitch Fix Review by Mallory: My Second Stitch Fix Delivery Was 100% What I Needed

The lovely Stitch Fix stylist who put my box of joy together went to my Pinterest page and cleverly noticed I’d pinned a lot of looks with boyfriend jeans, so she threw a pair in the box.  It was like she’d read my mind or something.  I have a pair of boyfriend jeans that I wear all the time, but I’ve never felt all that happy with them.  The fit has always seemed weird and the finish was sort of blah.  Now I have new pair that fits great and has just the right amount of vintage fading.  Thank you Allison!

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Stitch Fix Review by Ashlee: If you’re wondering if you can still use Stitch Fix while pregnant, the answer is…..

YES!

My tips for getting a maternity-friendly fix: ask for things that stretch, ask for tops that are both loose and extra long, ask for dresses that are either stretchy and form fitting or dresses that have an empire waist. You might also want to consider going up a size, or asking your stylist to use her best judgment when sizing items.

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Stitch Fix Review by Kait: I feel like my stylist hit the nail right on the head with my style!

Overall, I LOVED my first box.  I think my stylist did a great job of listening to what I like and I can’t wait to see what she sends me next month.

When I got this, I knew I loved it.  It’s so fluffy and perfect for summer.  I also love the green edging.  Wanna know the best part?  I can totally unfold it, wrap it around my waist and use it as a swimsuit cover up!  KEPT.

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Stitch Fix Review by Ashton: I feel like I look modern and chic, but I’m also in clothes that allow me to chase after my four-year old and easily wash out jelly stains.

My stylist said she included this in the box because she knew I loved cardigans. And she is SO right! I do love them. But I’m also a little scared of them. I’ve been cardigan obsessed for about 2 years, and recently I’ve been noticing that every picture of me in a cardigan (over the span of 2 years, yikes!) looks frumpy and unflattering– totally not what I thought I looked like! I was starting to think I’d have to give them up altogether, but this little gem to proved to me that I’ve just been wearing the wrong cut. I feel like this cardigan is so flattering, but very simple at the same time. The fabric is light and airy, perfect for spring. And I think it’s the most gorgeous color ever!

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