Stitch Fix Review: My First Box

by - July 22, 2017

Have you ever wanted to shop but after walking through your local malls and stores come out empty-handed? That's been happening more and more often with me lately. Either I find something I like that's overpriced for the quality or I feel like everything I see is too common. So after a lot of thought and review reading, I decided to sign up for Stitch Fix. Here's how it works: you fill out a style survey, set your price range, decide how often you want to get a delivery, and then a stylist hand-picks five items to send you. You have three days to decide what to keep and what to send back. You pay $20 up front, which is then deducted from your final total. If you decide to keep all five pieces, you get 25% off.

I liked everything that came in my first box, but ended up only keeping two. The quality was superb and the prices were pretty comparable to other places I shop (when I pay full price which is rare). I sent back a necklace because I already own something similar, a shirt because it was too form-fitting, and a skirt because I only had one shirt in my closet to wear with it. I kept a grey cold-shoulder dress and red bell sleeve shirt with cut-out detailing around the bottom. I can't link to these exact pieces, but I did link to some similar options at the bottom of this post.

P.S. My jeans, which have been on repeat for the past month, are on major sale!

Dress - Stitch Fix (similar, similar)
Black Slides - ShoeDazzle (exact)
Shirt - Stitch Fix (similar, similar)
Jeans - Old Navy (exact)

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