After nothing in my last fix matched my style or fit properly I was left feeling a little less love for Stitch Fix. I know they can’t nail it every time but it’s still a little disappointing getting a box of goodies and sending it all back. The hubs picked up on this and for Christmas got me a Stitch Fix gift card with a note saying that now I could try again without feeling guilty about the money. I love this man! So I ordered another box and it was filled with loveliness! Here is my January Stitch Fix Review.
The Box: Stitch Fix
The Cost: $20 styling fee which is subtracted from the purchase price of anything you keep. If you keep all five items you also receive a 20% discount.
What’s included?: 5 clothing, shoes (optional) and accessory (also, optional) items picked for you by a stylist and an algorithm based on your style profile (you fill this out when you sign up and can update it at any time) and self provided Pinterest Board.
The Primrose Corner paid for these products with our own money. This is an impartial, unbiased, non-sponsored review (Yay!). This post does however, contain affiliate links. For more information please refer to our DISCLOSURES policy. Thanks!
Here is the lovely bundle of clothes I received. I love pulling these neat little packages of prints and textures out of the box.
Daniel Rainn Bernal Split Neck Blouse
This blouse is a perfect example of why I enjoy the Stitch Fix service. If I had seen this on a clothing rack at the store I would have admired the print (beautiful spring floral!) but “meh-ed” on the style. Trying it on though I loved it. It was beautiful and flowy but at the same time I didn’t feel like it made me shapeless as these types of flowy shirts are wont to do.
Sorry for the blurry photo! I was having a bad camera day. I’m calling it an “artistic” shot. 😉
Just Black Adorra Skinny Jean
Okay, even though the brand is “just black,” these definitely weren’t. I’m not sure what color to say these are. Kind of a dusty mauvey pink. Whatever color they are, they’re gorgeous. And they paired perfectly with both the tops Stitch Fix sent in this box. I dropped a pant size so had to request a size exchange from Stitch Fix and they quickly obliged.
Market & Spruce Margerie Stripe & Dot Open Cardigan
This cardigan fit perfectly and was very soft. I loved the drape of the front and the color was right up my alley. The price, however….Yeesh (see bottom of post).
Verse Callista Jersey Dress
This dress is so beautiful. The fabric is soft and comfy and drapes beautifully. The print is a gorgeous blush pink perfect for spring. I would have loved this dress in my closet if it weren’t for the sleeves. The sleeves were just one inch to short. I did everything I could to try and justify keeping this dress but in the end I knew it just wasn’t going to work so I sold it to an interested Facebook friend who I hope is loving it!
Daniel Rainn Darrel Crochet Yoke Knit Top
This is a beautiful solid navy top with lovely crochet detail around the neckline. It fits flatteringly without being clingy and could be paired with many other items. It looks particularly lovely with the pink skinny jeans.
And those are my five items! Here is the cost and status breakdown:
Daniel Rainn Bernal Split Neck Blouse $64 – Kept
Just Black Adorra Skinny Jean $88 – Kept
Market & Spruce Margerie Stripe & Dot Open Cardigan $68 – Kept
Verse Callista Jersey Dress $58 – Sold
Daniel Rainn Darrel Crochet Yoke Knit Top $58- Kept
Final Notes: I did end up keeping everything – minus the dress I sold in order to get the 20% discount. I will mention, however, that I would definitely not have kept the cardigan if I didn’t want/need the discount and if I didn’t already have a gift card. I just felt like $70 for a pretty but also pretty basic open cardigan was way too much money.
Want to give Stitch Fix a try? You can sign up using my link here.