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The arrival of March means it is time for another Stitch Fix review. I can’t wait to share with you what my stylist picked for me to try for March.
I forgot to leave my stylist, Jennifer, a note requesting items that I would like to try for March.
Without any suggestions, Jennifer did a great job of picking out five items for me to try.
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Stitch Fix Review for March 2021
If you are new to Stitch Fix, these details will help you to understand the service. If you want to try Stitch Fix, sign up here to get $25 off your first box.
- Stitch Fix is a personal styling service. When you sign up for Stitch Fix, you fill out a detailed style profile that helps your stylist know your likes and dislikes.
- When a Fix arrives, you have three days to try the clothes on and to decide what to keep and what to send back. Stitch Fix includes a postage-paid envelope making returns super easy.
- When you sign up for Stitch Fix, you can choose how often a box is delivered. You can pick monthly options or schedule a box when you’d like to receive one. I do not like shopping and love receiving clothing from Stitch Fix. I get clothes that I like without having to do any work other than pinning things that I like to my fashion board on Pinterest. My stylist checks my Pinterest board for inspiration and also reads my note to her each month to see if I have any special requests.
- You can find links to all of my Fixes here and also be sure to check out my Stitch Fix Review Board on Pinterest where I pin my favorite looks.
This Month’s Stitch Fix Items
This month Jennifer selected three tops, a crossbody handbag, and a pair of leggings.
When I received this Stitch Fix box, I did a Facebook Live as I opened it. It was fun to share each item and to talk about my first impression of each one.
Aware by Vero Moda Arlo Fitted Balloon Sleeve Crew Neck
We’ll start with my favorite item from this month’s Stitch Fix box, the Aware by Vero Moda Arlo Fitted Balloon Sleeve Crew Neck.
I loved this sweater’s balloon sleeves and fitted cut. I paired it with Kut from the Kloth Krissy Velveteen Skinny Pants from this Stitch Fix box.
My necklace is the Ava Rose Torrance in gold from last month’s Rocksbox. I love this necklace and it is adjustable to wear it either longer or shorter.
Rocksbox is a jewelry subscription service that sends three pieces of jewelry that you can wear for as long as you like each month. When you send your three pieces back, or buy what you like, a new box is sent. If you’d like a free month of Rocksbox, sign up with this code: PAULABFF54.
I really liked this sweater but it has a pull in the back. An exchange is not available, so it will be returned. I can’t justify paying $68 for something that is not in perfect condition.
Moda Luxe Susanna Suede Crossbody
Jennifer picked the Moda Luxe Susanna Suede Crossbody for me to try this month. I was surprised at how roomy it is inside. I didn’t think that it would hold much but I was wrong.
When I showed this handbag on my Facebook live, I couldn’t figure out how to open it. I played around with it off camera and quickly figured out that I needed to turn the clasp.
The strap can be taken off of the bag and I think that it is much cuter carried this way.
I thought that this handbag was super cute but since it is nearly spring, I don’t need a suede bag. It’s also a tad bit too small for all of the necessities that I usually carry in my purse.
Nine Britton Fryda Split Neck Knit Top
Next, I tried on the Nine Britton Fryda Split Neck Knit Top. This top may be the softest material that I’ve ever felt.
Changing the subject for a moment, can you believe how good my craniotomy incision looks? Look over my left eye, just above my eyebrow to see it. I am amazed at what a good job my surgeon did and how well it is healing.
I really liked this top although it felt too big.
I debated about exchanging it for a size smaller but ultimately decided to return it.
Threads for Thought Cannon Tunic Knit Top
I love the color pink and I was excited to try on the Threads for Thought Cannon Tunic Knit Top.
For this outfit, I’m wearing the same jeans and boots, but I changed my necklace to the Rocksbox Elizabeth Stone Flora Coin Pendant.
I also shared my latest three jewelry items sent from Rocksbox in this Facebook live.
This top was comfortable and would be great to wear casually, for a spring walk, or at the gym. I also think that it would look great with leggings.
One thing that I really liked about this top was that the cuffs had thumb holes. This is super handy for a cold day to keep your hands warm.
A unique feature of this top is the way it is sewn together on the hemline. Can you see how it crosses?
I liked this top but didn’t like it enough to pay $58 for it.
MPG Sport Infinity High Waisted Performance Legging
The last thing to share from this Stitch Fix box is the MPG Sport Infinity High Waisted Performance Legging.
I wear leggings all day nearly every day and I was excited to try these on.
A feature that I loved about these leggings was the scalloped edge on the waistline and also on the ankles. I also loved the cutout detail.
Before COVID, I used to see the cutest little old man at the YMCA and I always made sure to say hi and to talk to him a bit.
One day when I was wearing this tank, he looked at me and said, “I am a mutt.”
I liked these leggings but I have learned that leggings need to fit perfectly in order to not fall down as you exercise. Having to constantly pull up leggings as you exercise is super annoying.
I also like leggings with phone pockets on the legs and these leggings don’t have phone pockets. A pair of MPG leggings was in my April 2020 Fix and I didn’t keep them for that exact reason.
These leggings were returned.
Like always, it was super fun to receive my Stitch Fix box and to try everything on. Jennifer did a great job of selecting items for me to try this month. I really appreciate that she picks things for me to try that if I out shopping, I would never consider.
- Aware by Vero Moda Arlo Fitted Balloon Sleeve Crew Neck – $68 – Returned
- Moda Luxe Susanna Suede Crossbody – $58 – Returned
- Nine Britton Fryda Split Neck Knit Top – $40 – Returned
- Threads for Thought Cannon Tunic Knit Top – $58 – Returned
- MPG Sport Infinity High Waisted Performance Legging – $52 – Returned
Try Stitch Fix
I love receiving each Stitch Fix box and really enjoy getting cute clothes without having to shop for them.
If you’ve been thinking about trying Stitch Fix, I encourage you to do so. If you sign up using my referral link, you’ll get $25 off your first box.
That means that your styling fee will be taken care of and you’ll have $5 credit toward anything that you want to keep. If you don’t like your items, you’ve lost no money.
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