Stitch Fix Review by Melissa: It’s my 8th Stitch Fix box, and I love everything again!

It’s that amazing time of the month again! Stitch Fix Review time! Can you tell I’m excited about this one? Last month, I was obsessed with my Stitch Fix box. This month, it’s my 8th Stitch Fix box, and I love everything again!

This shirt feels like such a great transition piece for Fall. It can be worn with jeans, leggings, a skirt….with a cardigan on top or without. I love the pattern, too! This top came with a black camisole underneath, which I think it awesome because it’s like getting 2 shirts in 1. Score!

Stitch Fix Review by Melissa!  DANIEL Rainn Kail V Neck Blouse

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Stitch Fix Review by Tiffany: Comfy, cozy Fall!

I was excited to receive my second Stitch Fix because I wanted to see how the stylists would listen to my feedback from the first one. For each Fix, you can write a note to the stylist on what you’d like to receive.

I really liked this dress! It’s very soft material and a very comfortable, flattering cut. Plus blue and white match everything else I have, which is convenient when you’re so bad at matching clothing like me :) I also really liked this sweater. Again the material was VERY soft and that’s a big factor for me. I think this will be a very versatile cardigan with the dark blue color and the mix of casual and dressy. This was the only piece I felt was truly “comfy, cozy Fall” so yay. Kept!

Stitch Fix Review by Tiffany- Cute navy/white dress and comfy fall cardigan!

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Stitch Fix Reviews by Anette: This months is a complete keeper!

It’s that time again. Stitch Fix Time! And this months is a complete keeper. In my notes to my stylist, I relayed that my book signing in Alabama went well, and I utilized several of the pieces from past fixes. Everything fit well and was perfectly my style since I use Pinterest as a style board and post pieces I admire and would actually wear.

Oh heavens, this one is a beauty. I love natural fibers like silk, cotton, wool, and lord yes, cashmere. You can mark that box on your profile you know? I’ve paired it with the jeans my stylist sent. Let me tell they are so soft and fit perfectly. I asked for a pair to wear with boots and my stylist delivered. I love them.

Stitch Fix Review by Anette: Silk blouse and skinny jeans

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Stitch Fix Review by Haley: I’m a happy camper!

Every so often, we chat fashion at Carrots. I hope it feels like going shopping with a friend, but not having to try on jeans….or leave your couch. So here’s the drill. I share a new box of Stitch Fix items, tell ya my thoughts, get my husband Daniel’s take, and share what I kept and what I sent back.

THIS one on the other hand, I adore. The color, the crocheted neck. So cute. And it’s still very much summer in TX. Mid-90s, folks. So I’ve got several weeks to wear this one before any real cold weather arrives. I LOVE these jeans. I had worn out a pair of Kensie jeans I got from Stitch Fix last year because I wore them almost everyday and I was very much in need of some new daily denim. I requested girlfriend jeans. I’m not sure if these are girlfriend jeans, but whatever they are, I’m a happy camper.

Stitch Fix Review by Haley: Jeans and blue crochet top!

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Stitch Fix Review by Courtney: When I pulled it out of the box I legit squealed!

This box was one of my favorite boxes I have ever gotten. When I peeked(I always peek at what I’m getting) at my box I told Jim to watch out because this might be a 5/5 ;) Fortunately for him, it’s only going to be a 1/5 but that one piece I’m keeping is probably my most favorite Stitch Fix item I’ve gotten so far! Megan is adorable and she totally killed it. Megs is def going to be styling my next fix!

And here she is. My most favorite Stitch Fix item ever ever. When I pulled it out of the box I legit squealed. Possibly did an excited jump thing. It’s gray(love). Has elbow patches(love). Fits like a glove(love). Is 100% totally my style(love). And yeah, you’ll probably be seeing me in this sweater all fall and winter long. Fair warning.

Stitch Fix Review by Courtney- Grey sweater with elbow patches!

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Stitch Fix Review by Miranda: The fit is just so perfect!

So, how does Stitch Fix know what you like? The first thing you do when you sign up is create a style profile, so they can get a better sense of what you like to wear. You can also send them a link to your blog, a Pinterest board, etc. Additionally, they ask you to specify your preferred price range (I set mine to under $100 per item), so they won’t send you something that doesn’t fit in your budget. You can also tell them what you don’t want, so if you don’t want anything plaid, you won’t get it!

This maxi dress is one of the items that I kept from my fix, and I am SO glad I did! The fit is just so perfect, which I think y’all can probably see much better in these outfit photos as compared to the video. I mean, look how cute it is! I love the green trim on the bottom and the racer back detail – I think those little touches take a basic, easy dress and make it so much more interesting.

Stitch Fix Review by Miranda! Maxi dress, it fit's perfect!

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Stitch Fix Review by Kate: Everything kept (again)

After my first fix, I gave my stylist a thumbs up review and left very constructive feedback. I also asked her to send me some more basic/versatile pieces and to not feel pressured to send an accessory in each fix. I got five clothing items (and no accessories, as I mentioned was OK): two blouses, one dress, one pair of pants and one sweater. At first glance I was surprised by all of the blue and excited to try it all on – blue is good color for me!

If I’m keeping it real, the tag was off this dress in about 30 seconds. It looks great with and without a belt, can easily be dressed up or down, is lightweight enough for end-of-summer, but will look great layered in the fall. Long story short: it’s a winner and I knew it right away. I hope I get a mustard cardigan next time around (hint, hint!) to layer with this. Verdict: Kept. Total perfection.

Stitch Fix Review- Navy Dress Transitioning from summer to fall style

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Stitch Fix Review by Elif: I received all that I was hoping for and more.

I have fall on my mind and so does my Stitch Fix #29. In my note to my stylist, I mentioned I would like to receive versatile transitional fall pieces that of course are full of color, and fun patterns. Stitch Fix’s lovely prints have become a part of my signature style, and I love their colder weather pieces, especially long sleeves, and open cardigans. I received all that I was hoping for and more.

Pixley top has the most vibrant beautiful red and blue flower print and the lace detail on the top is very delicate and pretty. I like that the front is a bit more fancy, and shiny, and the back material is more casual, soft, and cozy. A great piece if you are looking for a lively, happy piece to add to your closet.

Stitch Fix Review by Elif Pixley

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Stitch Fix Review by Rosie: My love affair with Stitch Fix continues!

In short, my love affair with Stitch Fix continues. Somehow Brittany that styling genius knows what will look great and what will make me exclaim, ” Oh my gosh I love this!”. I’d requested more denim in the notes for this box because that’s what I wear constantly.

Brittany Styling Genius sent these  Marson Wide Leg jeans in Navy. Ah-ma-zing. Love these slash pockets. I’ve paired them with this blue Chevron patterned Blazer from my previous Stitch Fix. Love that my Stitch Fix all works together so I have a wardrobe, not just some random clothes in my closet.

Stitch Fix Review by Rose: Wide Leg Jeans form Mavi

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Stitch Fix Review by Amy: It’s super comfortable!

I tend to gobble up everything that Stitch Fix sends my way. It is fun – like big-mug-of-hot-chocolate-on-Christmas-morning-and-it’s-snowing-outside fun.  {Hey, I know how to have a good time.} BUT!  There’s a first time for exercising restraint and not keeping it all.

I didn’t love the pattern when I first pulled it out of the box, but I do love the fit and the pattern started to grow on me when I tried the dress on.  It’s super comfortable and I think I’ll get a lot of wear out of it.  While it is officially labeled “maternity,” the style and material and fit will work for non-maternity as well.  I love that it’s basic black and white so it can be really dressed up or down with accessories, etc.

Stitch Fix Review by Amy: Love this Polka Dot Dress!

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