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Yay! My July Stitch Fix Win

I’ve been doing Stitch Fix for a short amount of time this year and recently received my 5th box.

This was the first one where I felt happy with all of the items, so I thought I would share with you all!

In case you’re not aware, Stitch Fix is an online styling service that will send you monthly boxes of five clothing and accessory items. You can also choose to receive your boxes more infrequently. Right now, I’m doing every other month.

Please note: I am not affiliated with Stitch Fix in any way and was not asked to share this post. I personally decided to share my experience!

The Process

You sign up online and fill out a long series of questions on your sizing, body type, preferences, and personal style. You can also choose the types of items you’d like to receive. I opted out of shoes, jewelry, and other accessories because I mainly wanted clothing.

You are provided with a shipping bag and label to send back anything you do not keep. At the end, you rate each item and can choose to have the same stylist again or try a new one.

Cost

You pay a $20 styling fee which is then applied to any item you end up keeping. You receive 25% off if you decide to keep the entire box. Item prices are typically steep for my preference. You can try your first box free by signing up here.

On to the box!

This box went a bit heavy on the floral print, but luckily I liked it!

Devonia Mesh Kimono (Alice Blue) Size L

I didn’t want to like this item because I don’t think I would wear it until the weather cools down in the fall. Still, it looked so cute on and I could see myself wearing it often in the future! I think it could be a great cover up and I summered it up for the photo haha!

Rhodes V-neck Cami (Lush) Size L

This had a more flowy fit than my usual preference, but it’s light and comfortable for summer. I love the pattern and dual v front and back.

Alison Knit T-Shirt Dress (Mix by 41 Hawthorne) Size L

This dress was my least favorite from the box. It was extremely comfy, but I personally found it a little girlish. I kept it because the price would be the same with my discount, so this one will be going up on my Poshmark!

Krisantha Tie Front Blouse

Okay, normally I hate how tie front tops look on me, but Stitch fix has an impressive way with fit. I love the sleeves, colors, and comfort of this blouse.

Kassidy Faux Wrap Dress (Mix by 41 Hawthorn)

They did again with this dress! The fit was awesome and I enjoyed the style on me. I don’t normally go for shorter dresses, but this one worked. It can be dressed up or worn casually.

I’d also like to add that I’m always tempted to keep the jeans that Stitch Fix sends me. They shockingly always fit just right! I just don’t have the need for them right now.

Overall, Stitch Fix is a fun experience even if you don’t always love what you receive. It leads me to trying on and finding items I would never pick up at a store. I’d recommend at least giving it a try! You can sign up to try a box here.

Have you tried Stitch Fix or a similar service? What did you think? Which item of mine did you like best?

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