Stitch Fix Review By Madeline: Have you heard of Stitch Fix? Someone Whispered!

It started as an innocent conversation in cubicle-land at my office. Have you heard of Stitch Fix?, someone whispered. Before I knew it, five women were crowded around, talking about this try-on-at-home personal shopping service.

I had been unsuccessfully searching for a great faux leather jacket — not an easy task because faux leather can look cheap. Then this bomber beauty arrived in my fix! I love the quilted arms and the leather looks real. The price tag was a bit higher than I had been planning to spend, but the convenience of the perfect bomber jacket arriving at my doorstep made up the difference. KEPT.

It was so nice to have clothing arrive at my house — I didn’t have to brave the mall and I loved trying items on in front of my own mirror.

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Stitch Fix Review by Albion: I love that all of these pieces are classic with a bit of flair!

One of the many things I love about Stitch Fix is that the stylists really listen and do their research. I got an awesome note from my stylist saying that they were out of stock for some of the items on my wish list, but she scoured my Pinterest style board and did an excellent job of choosing pieces for me.

I have eyed this cardigan for a while now, but had never seen it in this color. This is an example of getting something I had pinned. It is the Alan Cowl Neck Assymetrical Cardigan by Market and Spruce. I looooove a warm infinity scarf. I had returned a scarf in my last fix and almost immediately regretted it. This is the Tina Checkered Infinity Scarf from Octavia. I kept it all! I love that all of these pieces are classic with a bit of flair. The jeans are so comfy. The cardigan and cowl are warm and fun. The striped shirt will be a go-to for sure. And the dress will be perfect for dressier days, but isn’t so dressy that I’d be overdoing it. I’m so happy with this fix!

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Stitch Fix Review by Greta: I’ve worn it every day since getting it!

If you know me, you know I love Stitch Fix. It is really fun if you like getting a “surprise” shipment of hand-picked for you items in the mail, trying them on in the comfort of your own home with all your own other clothing and accessories, and just using the provided mailer to easily ship back whatever you don’t love.

Does this coat look familiar?  My last Fix contained a very similar one.  The differences are : this one is lighter-weight, a bit more form-fitting, less expensive, and has a removable fur trim for the hood (clearly I removed it for these pics.)  These factors make me really, really like it.  It is also more of a raincoat on the outside, rather than a super-soft and fluffy parka…which I feel can transition into spring.  The lining is a satin leopard print, too — really cute!  Keep!  (I’ve worn it every day since getting it.  Literally living in this coat now.)

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Stitch Fix Review by Rebecca: This is obviously a keeper!

My last couple fixes have included some amazing sweaters and was hoping to get more of the same.

The cardigan!  I was unsure of it when I took it from the box, but I loved it the moment I put it on.  I don’t know if my arms are abnormally short or what, but long sleeves are almost always too long for me.  Petite sizes really work better for me.  Anyways, these sleeves are the perfect length.  I have already worn it multiple times (I’m wearing it as a type).  Confession: I’ve even been wearing it over my pajamas when I’m cold at home.  It’s so perfect!  This is obviously a keeper.

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Stitch Fix Review by Lara: I can’t be the only mom that’s dreamt of this!

Overall, I am thrilled. Checkout was a breeze, and I was able to leave notes on each piece for Tina, my stylist, who also has two young boys and totally nailed the mom makeover looks with fun and fashionable pieces that were also easy to take care of. I can’t wait to see what’s in my next fix! I did leave notes that I’ll be attending Teach Them Diligently homeschool conventions as a TTD blogger and as a Homeschool Launch author and encourager, so there may be a few great travel pieces in the next Fix! I will be sure to keep you posted.

The top and ponte pants are both from my first Fix. These pants (Liverpool Jeans company) are the best pair of pants I have ever owned! They are comfy, dressy, easy to clean, go with everything, and are a good sturdy material. Absolutely awesome and I’d like a pair in every color! (Just kidding, sort of) The tab top shirt is just amazing. It is a hand wash piece, but such a great color (and not one of my usual colors but I really love it!) and fabric and shape that it’s now a staple in my “non-stereotypical homeschool mom” closet. I kept both of these pieces and am so over the moon with them!

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Stitch Fix Review by Shannon: I decided to try Stitch Fix as a gift to myself!

I love this service because I am not a shopper.  I like shopping, but I very rarely shop for myself these days.  I’m a busy wife and mother of 4, I spend a lot of time at home and I kind of live in my tee shirts, jeans and fleece sweatshirts.  Before I had children I loved shopping for a few cute pieces here and there, but it’s really been a while since I’ve even thought about my own clothing.

I loved the color and feel of this blouse right away. This was really comfortable and could be worn with a cute pair of jeans to be casual or with dress pants and a jacket to dress it up.  I just LOVE the back, it’s so feminine and deliciate!

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Stitch Fix Review by Monica: Getting me out of my comfort zone!

A few weeks ago, while flipping through a magazine, I read an article about online clothing stylist companies.  I was fairly intrigued because I thought it would be fun to let someone else decide what type of clothing would be right for me.  So I signed up for Stitch Fix by filling in their online questionnaire and scheduled my ‘fix’ for every other month.

I love this top because it has that bohemian, ethnic vibe and I don’t quite gravitate toward busy prints like this when shopping for clothing. I also love that the back of the shirt is longer than the front so if I wanted to wear leggings, my rear end is covered.  I also really like the V cut out in the back.  Never in a million years would I choose a shirt like this, which is why Stitch Fix is a cool company to try as they are getting me out of my comfort zone.

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Stitch Fix Review by Molly: Nothing short of amazing!

My latest Stitch Fix boxes have been nothing short of amazing.I was going through my style cards the other day and I can’t believe how many new outfits I have added to my closet since I started Stitch Fix! It doesn’t get too cold in Southern California, but I still love wearing sweaters and scarfs! For this fix my stylist sent me a couple great layering pieces that are perfect for the cooler weather.

The fourth piece was the Nat Embellished Neckline Blouse. Not only is this top a beautiful color, but it also has some sparkle to it, which of course I love! The details in this top are absolutely amazing. I love how the pleats down the front make this top really stand out. This is not only perfect for school, but also for a night out!

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Stitch Fix Review by Paige: Spoiler alert, my stylist rocked it!

Spoiler alert: my stylist rocked it! She actually mentioned a few things I did that really let her know what my style was. Last month there were several items I was really impressed with, and a couple I felt a little meh about. This month, I was consistently pleased all across the board!

Stefan Graphic Knit Cardigan by Skies are Blue: I loved this shawl and the funky, navajo-ish print on it. Plus, here in Colorado in the winter, I can always use more layers. My stylist suggested cinching the waistline with a red or brown belt – I like the sound of it!

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Stitch Fix Review by Kelly: Keeping the sweater is a no brainer!

Between the last few Fix’s, I think I got some amazing pieces for the Winter season.

I was glad to see such a nice staple piece in my Fix. This sweater fits perfectly, is a great quality and a piece that I need for Winter. My stylist told me to pair it with my polka dot swing skirt from my October Fix for a wintery look. She also said it would look adorable with my light blue chinos from my November Fix. I LOVE that she remembers what I bought from my previous Fix’s and sends coordinating items. Isn’t that awesome?

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