My December Stitch Fix
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It’s been a while since I gave a Stitch Fix update. I reported on my first and second Stitch Fix boxes but didn’t share my third or fourth box contents. I kept a dress from my third box and a sleeveless blouse from my fourth box. My fifth box arrived on Friday and since it was a long weekend, my photographer (Mr. SP) had time to take pictures of the goodies that I received.
I kept this abstract lines blouse. It’s butter soft and won’t wrinkle. I also kept this black skirt. I received this skirt in my November box but it was too big. I wrote a comment when I checked out in November that I would have purchased this skirt had it been the right size. I’ve got my proof that the stylists read the comments left by customers since I now have the skirt in the correct size.
I like the pleated detail in the back of the shirt.
The hand warmers are what really sold me on this top. I love my running shirts designed this way and will enjoy this feature on a cold day.
I liked this short sleeved top but didn’t want to invest in it at this time of year, so it was sent back.
I really liked this peasant blouse but sent it back because it was ever so slightly see-through and at $58 was too expensive for my teacher budget.
I really hated sending this back because I truly liked it.
This cowl neck jersey dress was very comfortable but way too low in the front. I really liked the comfort of this dress but felt it needed a belt and didn’t want to have to buy something additional for a $88 dress. I really am not crazy about the black tights and boots combo that I paired with this dress. If I kept it, I might actually wear some fun, colorful tights with it. This was sent back and I’m sure a younger customer will buy it and enjoy it.
If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix, you should check it out. I love getting my box each month because the stylist picks things for me that I’d never pick in a store. I also love the fact that I can put what I don’t want in the postage paid envelope and send it back in the mail. Getting clothes this way is so easy and fun.
I’m enjoying Stitch Fix too, Paula, and it’s really stretched me to think about things I’d never even consider in a store! Honestly, girl, you look good in everything!!