Stitch Fix #4
Hello, fellow fashionistas!!! It’s that time again- I’ve received another Stitch Fix shipment and I’m so anxious to share it with you. If you can’t tell from my enthusiasm, it was a total winner! If you’re new to Stitch Fix, be sure to check out my Stitch Fix page with all of my previous reviews.
I absolutely love the personal touch that the lovely people at Stitch Fix are sure to include with each shipment. Tiffany was the stylist from my first fix and I requested her for this fix and a shipment I just received last week. I’ll just say, if you find a stylist that “gets” you, be sure to request them. I’ve kept everything from the shipments that Tiffany has put together, so I would say she TOTALLY gets me!!
Now, here’s the breakdown of all of the cute things I received, via the helpful style cards. In my notes to the stylist, I requested summer tops and possibly a dress for my daughter’s upcoming baby shower. Please note, when signing up for a fix, you choose the price range.
One of my favorite items I’ve ever received in a fix was the Renee C Shelton Split Back Top ($48). The fit is so cute and I love the longer length. Also, the added split adds a little uniqueness. It arrived with a very small hole in the lace. I emailed Stitch Fix about it and they instructed me to send it back and I received a new one two days later. Now that’s customer service!
And the back-
It’s safe to say, this top was definitely a keeper!
Another favorite top, I received, the Mensier Spaghetti Strap Top ($38). I’m a huge fan of the length and fit- flattering and comfortable. I’ve already worn both this top and the one above on multiple occasions. Another keeper!
This one also has a super cute back!
The Geneva Dress ($128) is really nice and I like it. I’m not sure it’s worth the $128 price tag, but it is of high quality material. It can be dressed up and I don’t have very many dressy dresses, plus I’m considering it for the baby shower. Actually, it was a definite for the baby shower, but I’ve since received another “Fix” and now I have a decision to make. However, tonight my sister is getting married and I’m definitely wearing it to the wedding. It will be a very small, family-only ceremony and this dress will be perfect. Keep!
I received one piece of jewelry and this Lila Bead Braided Cuff ($28) will also be perfect for my sister’s wedding tonight. I needed to add to my jewelry collection, too. This was a keeper!
(post wedding) I just had to update the blog with a picture from after my sister’s lovely wedding. I think I love this Geneva Dress even more after wearing to the wedding!
I’m not as much a fan of the Kami Mixed Material Knit Tank ($44) (see above). My buy 5 discount was a credit of $71.50, so this plus the bracelet was essentially free. I have worn this once and I know I’ll wear it from time to time. Keep!
I can’t wait to share Fix #5 with you! I’m loving everything! Get in on the fun- click on the box below to see what all the fuss is about and fill out your own style profile!
Something to think about….
What do you think about my picks, this month? If you see something you love, don’t hesitate to pin one or more of my picks.
Have you tried Stitch Fix? If so, please share your thoughts.
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