Stitch Fix Review by JoAnn: I don’t think I will ever need to go clothes shopping again!

The print jumped out at me right away when I put this blouse on.  It is so different from everything I own. I also love the cutout in the back. And, since Stitch Fix basically knows my entire wardrobe by now, my stylist suggested I pair it with my black-and-white striped blazer.

Not a combination I would have ever tried before, and yet it works wonderfully.  I kept this shirt as well.  This outfit will be my Saturday conference wear.

So, if you were keeping track, I bought the entire box.  As I checked out of Stitch Fix this time, I believe my note read, “Darn you, Stitch Fix, you did it once again and I bought the entire box of clothes.”  Not that I am complaining.  My stylist picked out some amazing things and I am incredibly grateful!  I don’t think I will ever need to go clothes shopping again and for that, I am ecstatic!

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Stitch Fix Review by Jamie: Stitch Fix Has Been Winning!

And finally, this top might be my very favorite. The Chauntal Leopard Print Contrast Trim Blouse was a fun addition to my closet since I’ve been wanting to add more prints. The simple pop of pink was perfect, too!

I was really late to the Stitch Fix party, but once I got involved, I realized I get excited for EVERY single email they send my way. I track my shipments and I look forward to the next box, even IF I have to space them out pretty far, to protect budget from my impulsive buyer ways. :)

I love that I can set up my style profile on their site and a stylist picks clothes out for me that they think I might like. So far, Stitch Fix has been winning! :) I can’t wait for my next box and I love that I’m getting stylish and trendy clothes without having to haul my three little ones with me to the store. Trying on clothes is practically NOT an option. This works perfect for me!

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Stitch Fix Review by Nicole: Stitch Fix Gets Me!

I got my third delivery from Stitch Fix a couple weeks ago and they get me, guys. They really, really get me. Everything in it rocked—either something I needed or something I didn’t know I needed but apparently did because I’ve been wearing it for a week straight.

I know I’ll wear this comfortable crew-neck sweater a ton. I don’t have enough neutral, wardrobe-staple sweaters. Adding new items to my wardrobes fills me with joy and excitement. Stitch Fix, you made my day with this fix!

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Stitch Fix Review by Leah: I had to keep it. I just had to.

It happened! My second Stitch Fix box arrived, and I was way more excited about what was in this one than the first! Which is totally in line with what I have heard in the past about boxes getting better and better with time, as your stylist gets an idea of what works for you.

You guys. This dress. I don’t really need to say more, do I? I loved the color and loved that it fit in a way that made me feel good about my body. I also loved that it was something I could dress up or down. And while we are entering winter and this dress likely won’t get much wear over the next few months, I know it is something I would absolutely wear during the summer months. Perfect for dates or just hitting the town with Cheeks. I had to keep it. I just had to.

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Stitch Fix Review by Gina: Stitch Fix Wins!

With my last box, I requested some of the things that I hadn’t found for summer staples (like a denim jacket, neutral maxi dress and neutral dressy top), and Stitch Fix hit a home run. I loved everything! It included a variety of high-quality and versatile pieces that would also transition well into the fall season.

An awesome black Tart dress with flutter sleeves. It fits well, and is one of those perfect dress-up or dress-down LBDs:

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Stitch Fix Review by Lee: #Success

I got my 2nd Stitch Fix in the mail this past week! WOOT. After my last Fix, I updated my style profile and let my stylist know a few things that I’m looking for this fall. I’m glad I gave those suggestions because she actually followed it! Check out what I got. This sweater was a major score! I LOVEEEEE 1. the cowl neck and 2. the fit. I’ve been all about the leggings and over-sized sweater look..and the fact that it’s a cowl neck…er mer gerd.

I was really happy with how my stylist followed the direction I gave on what I was looking for. I’m going to continue to build my Pinterest board so that she get’s to know my style a little bit better. I’ve been happy with the quality of the clothes, you can tell that these items of clothing aren’t made cheaply, which is big for me. I also love the fact that I am trying on clothes I wouldn’t necessarily pick out for myself, but that I actually end up liking on. #success

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Stitch Fix Review by Aubrey: It’s Christmas and my birthday but kind of better because it’s every month if I want!

Stitch fix is the best thing EVER! It’s Christmas and my birthday but kind of better b/c it’s every month if I want. My first fix was back in April or May I think and it was just okay. The style was not me at all but it actually worked out. I got a package (happy dance) of clothes (happy dance again) delivered to my door. I couldn’t really afford to have kept everything in it so it was good that I only liked one sweater.
When I checked out online I was brutally honest about the items not being my style and left a note for my stylist expressing this. Well, it worked! My second fix arrived on Friday and it was dead on! Behold…

First up and my favorite was this cute polka dot dress, it came with the belt and I paired it with ankle boots since fall is coming.

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Stitch Fix Review by Olivia: It’s so easy and convenient!

Why do I love it?  For one, it’s just fun to get a box of clothes in the mail every month.  I never go shopping and rarely buy anything for myself over the kids so this has just been such a treat for me. When I do shop, it is almost always online and sending things back is such a pain.  With this service, however, sending items back is a no brainer as everything you need is included in the box.  I love the fact that the pieces are tailored to suit me specifically.  And I love that these are good quality clothes that will serve as staple pieces in my wardrobe for a really long time.

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Stitch Fix Review by Kelly: I am beyond impressed with this!

This shirt caught my attention as soon as I pulled it out of the box. It’s something that I would admire and love on someone else or on the hanger, but I would never choose it for myself. Maybe that’s because I think the print is too busy for me or maybe it’s because it’s super bright and quirky and I know it would make me stand out. Whatever the reason, I never would have even tried this on previously. But as soon as I put it on, I fell in love. It is so lightweight and comfortable. Plus I think the vibrant colors make my facial features pop. I love it. I wore this shirt the first night I got it to a friends birthday party and got so many compliments. Thanks, Stitch Fix and my wonderful stylist for breaking me out of my style comfort zone  and finding fun stuff like this that is just perfect for me :)

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Stitch Fix Review by Greta: Simple. Stress-Free. Fun.

These are all reasons I like it, and…it is really fun! Plus, you have control over it all (yay for control freaks!) You decide when you want it to arrive. You tell your stylist everything about you, what you like, what you want to typically spend on an item, and what types of pieces you want to see in your fix.You put whatever you don’t want in the shipping bag they give you and drop it in a USPS mailbox.Simple.  Stress-free. Fun. Totally non-committal. This time around I requested my stylist send mostly tops –no dresses (where would I wear them???  I have way too many dresses!)and pants basically are impossible to get right on my short curvy frame. And she complied – all tops!
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