I had a different stylist this time, and she seemed to get me better. The first fix was a lot of plain items, not much pattern or color. If I'm going to be doing something like this, I want my items to be something I wouldn't normally choose for myself! Make me step out of my comfort zone a bit, ya know?
As soon as I opened my box, I knew I would love it all. So much color! So many fun patterns!
|Shelton Split Back Top (Renee C)|
|split in the back|
|Kate Boyfriend Jean (Kut from the Kloth)|
|Matti Mixed Print Crossback Maxi Dress (Gilli)|
|cool cutout detail on the back|
|Priya Abstract Floral Print Knit Back Tank (Brixon Ivy)|
|Nell Dress (Gilli)|
Photos of the items I kept from my first Fix...
|Ivy Crochet Back Tab-Sleeve Blouse (Market & Spruce)|
|Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Tee (Market & Spruce) so soft & comfy|
|Siena Capri Pant (Kut from the Kloth)|
If you're interested in trying Stitch Fix, use my referral link! :) I get a a little kick back once your fix ships.
Here's how it works:
1. Go to stitchfix.com through this link to schedule your Fix.
2. Sign up, and you'll fill out an in depth style questionnaire to help your stylist get to know what your likes and dislikes are and, of course, your sizes. The more information you give them, the better they can choose items for you! So far, everything I've received has fit perfectly! :)
3. Create or update a Pinterest board and share it with stitch fix. This also gives your stylist more ideas, and sometimes you might even receive an exact item you pinned! Make sure any items you pin to this board have an explanation to your stylist about why you like it: color, cut, style, pattern, etc.
4. Wait anxiously for your Fix to arrive.
5. Tear into your package when it arrives...I suggest not looking at prices first. I like to figure out how I feel about the pieces before I see the price tag ;) Your $20 styling fee is applied towards any purchase you make. You send back any pieces you don't want for free. AND, if you keep all 5 pieces, you get a sweet 25% discount!
I think I'll do this about once a season to help curb my shopping habit (and fill my closet with quality pieces) ;)
Happy Fixing!! :)