Stitch Fix Review #8: March 2015

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Stitch Fix Review- March 2015 - The Everyday Warrior

In case you are not familiar with Stitch Fix, let me bring you up to speed. Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription service (although you don’t have to get one every month, you pick how often) that sends you clothes and accessories based on a style profile that you fill out. You can keep what you like and send back what you don’t. There is a $20 styling fee but if you keep any of the items, the $20 fee is deducted from the total purchase price of the item(s) you keep. If you keep all 5 of the items from your fix you receive a 25% discount on EVERYTHING. Basically it is like playing dress up as an adult…..and it is both fun and addicting! To sign up to get a fix of your own, click here!

Every month you can also leave a note for your stylist. So if you have an event that you need some clothes for or if you just have an idea of what kind of pieces you want to add to your wardrobe you can pass that information along!

This month I asked my stylist Diana for more edgier and colorful items. Let’s see what she picked out for me!

Item #1: Skies are Blue Kaia Crochet Trim Top

Stitch Fix  Skies are Blue Kaia Crochet Trim Top - The Everyday Warrior (1)

Stitch Fix Skies are Blue Kaia Crochet Trim Top - The Everyday Warrior (1)

I was really excited to see this in my box! I love the navy blue color and the crochet detailing on the shoulders. So cute!

Stitch Fix  Skies are Blue Kaia Crochet Trim Top - The Everyday Warrior

Unfortunately I felt it was a bit boxy once I had it on and although I liked it, I wasn’t in love with it.

Status: Returned

Item #2: Eight Sixty Brazil Brazil Beaded Neckline Knit Tank

Stitch Fix  Eight Sixty Brazil Brazil Beaded Neckline Knit Tank - The Everyday Warrior

Stitch Fix Eight Sixty Brazil Brazil Beaded Neckline Knit Tank - The Everyday Warrior (1)

This is another item that I was excited to see in my fix! Diana said that it is similar to this tank that I pinned on my Pinterest style board. I love love love that Diana takes the time to see what I pin in order to find items that she thinks I will like! She rocks.

Stitch Fix Eight Sixty Brazil Brazil Beaded Neckline Knit Tank - The Everyday Warrior (2)

I love the color of the tank and the beading at the neckline although I must admit, I like the tank that I pinned better. I also really liked the way the tank fit me as it is one of the more fitted shirts that I have received from Stitch Fix. But for some reason I just wasn’t in love with this top although I can’t pinpoint why. Perhaps I just had my heart set on the one that I pinned.

Status: Returned

Item #3: Collective Concepts Nathaniel Hi-Low Blouse

Stitch Fix Collective Concepts Nathaniel Hi-Low Blouse - The Everyday Warrior

My first reaction when I saw this top was that I loved the colors and the print but I was afraid that it was going to be too boxy for me. And once I put it on, I confirmed that the shape of the shirt was just not for me.

Stitch Fix Collective Concepts Nathaniel Hi-Low Blouse - The Everyday Warrior (1)

 

Stitch Fix Collective Concepts Nathaniel Hi-Low Blouse - The Everyday Warrior (2)

I did however like the blouse when I added the blazer over it but I knew I would never wear it by itself.

Status: Returned 

Item #4: Skies Are Blue Rogan Textured Open Blazer

Stitch Fix Skies Are Blue Rogan Textured Open Blazer - The Everyday Warrior

Another blue item made it into my fix! Doesn’t bother me because like I said, I like blue. I love the texture of the blazer as well as the striping on the inside but I didn’t care for the blazer on me. I may have liked it more if it had buttons so it could be closed.

Stitch Fix Skies Are Blue Rogan Textured Open Blazer - The Everyday Warrior (1)

Status: Returned

Item #5: Margaret M Emer Printed Cropped Straight Leg Pant

Stitch Fix Margaret M Emer Printed Cropped Straight Leg Pant - The Everyday Warrior

When I first pulled these out of the box I was intrigued but a bit hesitant as they aren’t something that I would normally pick for myself. But that is the fun of Stitch Fix right? And I did ask for items that were more colorful and edgy.

Stitch Fix Margaret M Emer Printed Cropped Straight Leg Pant - The Everyday Warrior (1)

Guess what? I LOVE them! They are so fun! They are very versatile as they can be dressed up for work or dressed down for an everyday look. They also fit splendidly!

Status: Kept!

Even though I only kept one item out of my fix this month I still think that Diana did a great job! I was technically on the fence regarding the knit tank and the crochet top but ultimately decided that just liking them didn’t warrant keeping them. I try to only keep what I love as items I just like won’t see the outside of my closet very often. I love that Diana referenced my Pinterest board which further emphasizes how much she tries to understand my style and it also gives me an excuse to keep pinning like a mad woman!

As a side note did you hear that Stitch Fix now carries petite sizes! I am very excited about this and I can’t wait to see how that changes what I receive. Unfortunately, I updated my style profile too late for that to impact this fix but perhaps in April I will have some petite selections in my box. If you are interested in petite sizing just go into your style profile and you will see that it is now listed as an option.

Also, did you know that there is a Stitch Fix group on Facebook?! I just found out about it recently and joined. If you are as Stitch Fix obsessed as I am you should join too! It is fun to see what everyone else gets and just to talk about fixes in general with people who get it! Click here to join the group!

Ready to get your own fix? Click HERE to sign up for Stitch Fix.

Want to see my past fixes? Click on the links below.

Stitch Fix #1: August 2014

Stitch Fix #2: September 2014

Stitch Fix #3: October 2014

Stitch Fix #4: November 2014

Stitch Fix #5 December 2014

Stitch Fix #6: January 2015

Stitch Fix #7: February 2015

What did you think of my fix this month?

What would you have kept?