It’s time for another Stitch Fix review! This time around, I was a bit more specific with my requests for my Stitch Fix stylist. I pinned several Stitch Fix items on my board, and also requested plain, bright color tops, a pair of classic skinny jeans and a more neutral maxi skirt than the one in my second fix.
The note from my stylist said that not everything was available (meaning, none of the items on my Pinterest board- total bummer), but she did deliver on the neutral maxi skirt, skinny jeans and a couple bright color plain tops.
So let’s jump into and see exactly what I got for this fix!
Breyson Split-Neck Tab-Sleeve Knit Top by 41 Hawthorn ($48)
I do love the color of this top and the fact that you can wear the sleeves long or roll them up and secure them to make 3/4 sleeves, but the material is very clingy and shows everything—you can see what I mean with the shot of the back of it.
Bowie Solid Dolman Sleeve Top by Laila Jayde ($58)
This is a great fall color but I’m just not a fan of dolman sleeve tops. I already have broad shoulders and don’t want to emphasize them! Plus, the top was a little too sheer for me (especially for a sweater) and not worth the $58 price tag—even if I applied my $20 styling fee as the credit towards it.
Also in the photos above is the third item:
Adorra Ankle Length Skinny Jean by Just Black ($88)
These jeans were very nice- had a bit of stretch to them and were classic with no embellishments, which I like. The wash was a tad dark for my liking but I did consider keeping these, despite the price tag (finding jeans is a tough task!)
And also featured in these photos is the one accessory in my fix:
Lynx Layered Beaded Necklace by 31 Bits ($48)
This necklace was included by my stylist because it was similar to this one on my Pinterest board. Very pretty and the colors worked well with the two tops in my fix but there is no way I’m going to pay $48 for a necklace! (However, if I was going to keep everything in my fix and get 20% off, then I would consider it!) Although I think it was pricier because it was made by or proceeds went to help women in Africa so at least there is a social cause behind the high price tag!
And rounding out the fix:
Mallory Mixed Stripe Maxi Skirt by Gilli ($68)
I had asked for more neutral colors in a maxi skirt, and my stylist delivered. However, I just wasn’t a fan of the stripes going in every direction and the front panel. As my husband said, “it looks like they ran out of fabric in the middle and sewed in that piece!” Needless to say, I’m not keeping this one—I was hoping for a neutral black & white maxi skirt with subtle stripes like this one, but oh well!
So there you have it! In full transparency, I don’t think I will be keeping anything from this fix but I’m hoping the next fix will be a home run! I pinned several more items and have really asked for just items I’ve pinned so I’ll be sure I love them!
What do you think of this fix? Anything I should have kept?
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