My third stitch fix came in the mail! I kept requesting the same stylist, Julie, because she really listened to what I wanted and has done a good job so far. And I’ve been lucky that they always give me her! I’ve been reading a lot of other Stitch Fix reviews on blogs, and it’s been fun. Please note that I am not a model at all. So in the pictures you will basically see the same three poses, and I won’t be going out in the snow or anything for a better backdrop!
Humphrey Streak Print Dress – $88.00
I had asked for another long sleeved dress, since I liked the one in my last fix but it didn’t fit right. This one was really cute, a little different, and would be perfect to wear casually or for work. Only problem was the price – $88 for a dress! That’s so much! Ultimately though, I liked it far better than anything else in my fix, so I decided to go for it. What really pushed it over the edge for me was the fact that it was both machine washable and able to be tumble dried. Verdict: Keep.
Isaac Floral Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse – $48.00
This shirt was a totally different style than what I would normally wear. I’m not big on floral patterns, but it wasn’t too bad – though my husband said it looked like “an old lady shirt”. But it was completely see through so definitely needed a tank underneath. Also, the sleeves were rather tight on me. Verdict: Return.
Moni Stud Detailed 3/4 Sleeve Blouse – $58.00
This style of this shirt was okay. However, the fact that it was black made it a little boring for me. Plus, I’m not much of a studs person. It fit well, but wasn’t something I would spend $58 on. Verdict: Return.
Aleah Heathered V-Neck Dolman Top – $48.00
I kept going back and forth about how I felt on this shirt. I loved the deep maroon color, and the style of the shirt, except for the sleeves with all that extra fabric. Some people can pull it off well, but I couldn’t decide if I liked how it looked on me. My husband said it was a “flying squirrel shirt.” I went back and forth a long time on this one, because I couldn’t convince myself to spend the money on the dress at first – if I got a shirt instead it would have been this one or the next one. The downside to this one was that it wasn’t machine washable. Verdict: Return.
Leighton Boat Neck Knit Shirt – $58.00
Ultimately if I had decided not to get the dress, I probably would have kept this shirt. I liked the color of it, and it was very comfortable. Plus it was machine washable (hang to dry). But I felt like I could probably find something cheaper for less money at Target or a place like that. Verdict: Return.
Overall I liked this fix, and if money was no option I would be keeping three out of the five items – and honestly, if they were gifted to me for free all of them are something I would wear! Julie is pretty on the ball I think! Next fix will be March, and I plan to ask for some cardigans.
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