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May Stitch Fix Review

The flood gates have kinda started opening on my personal life and there’s a WHOLE LOT MORE COMING FOLKS.

But I need to take a break for a minute and write about something frivolous. Like Stitch Fix.
Also, I’m in love with my most recent Stitch Fix Stylist.   I might run away with her for some sweet, sweet shopping.

Too much?

Yeah. But I’m not pressing the backspace button so here we are.

here we are

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Anyway, this last shipment was exactly what I was looking for.

If you’re new to Stitch Fix:
Stitch Fix sends personally styled items to your home for a $20 styling fee. If you love an item,  your $20 fee is applied to your final purchase. Stitch Fix sends apparel and accessories in a range of prices based on your style profile and sends suggestions on how to style your items. If you’d like to give Stitch Fix a try, please consider using my referral link. I receive a $25 credit to Stitch Fix which keeps these reviews coming.

So let’s check it out:

Stitch Fix Review with prices

May 2016 Stitch Fix

 

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Papermoon Sedon Crochet Yoke Top

The overall style of this top was perfect… but it didn’t do much for me when I tried it on.  The neck was a little high but I liked the crochet. It also had a cute little button detail in the back.  Even if it fit perfectly, I thought $44 was a bit much for the quality. And yep, bra issues. I know. I’m sorry.

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Daniel Rainn Dacey Crochet Panel Top
I don’t have anything like this and I needed it. I paired it with grey blazer I bought to console myself since my Stitch Fix blazer didn’t work out.  It has a crochet top but the stitching hides nude bra straps quite well which is nice. It also has a button detail in the back but a wide enough neck that you don’t need the buttons to get the shirt on and off. It’s a teensy bit big but I don’t really care.  I immediately wore it to a baby shower and I’ve worn it several times since… actually, I found myself wearing this top along with a Stitch Fix necklace and my Stitch Fix Clutch just the other day.

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RD Style Josalyn Maxi Dress
I love this dress.  I had been looking for something just like it so I was happy to get this in my Stitch Fix Box even though I have to get a strapless bra for it. It’s sheer but fully lined and has a tie at the waist. The neckline and arm holes are high enough so any strapless bra should do. It’s really comfortable. Langston and space didn’t allow for a full length photo but I’ll be wearing it a lot this summer.

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Nine West Jellybean Studded Flat Sandal
Stitch Fix has shoes! I hate shoe shopping so I was happy to get sent a pair… These sandals were super cute.  I don’t need summer sandals so I didn’t keep it but they were super comfortable and easy to pair with anything.

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THML Arny Embroidered Tunic
The stitching on this tunic was super cute and I had pinned a lot of things with embroidery so I was definitely heard on that. I loved the lightweight gauzy fabric. I don’t know. I wanted to like it, and it had all the elements there so I should have liked it… but there’s something about the cut of it that was decidedly not me.

All in all it was a great fix and my faith in Stitch Fix is being restored. I can’t wait until Melissa sends me the next one (which should be in a couple weeks).

HINT: If you loved one of these items PIN IT to your Stitch Fix board for your stylist to see!

If you’d like to try Stitch Fix based on my review, please consider using my referral link so I can keep these reviews coming! Thanks so much!

See past fixes:
April Stitch Fix
February Stitch Fix
January Stitch Fix and tips for getting a great first fix.

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6 thoughts on “May Stitch Fix Review

  1. I love your choices! When I saw the pic, I automatically thought, wow, that pink top looks great with that blazer; and you look absolutely beautiful in the maxi dress!!

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    • Thank you! I don’t have anything like that pink top which is exactly why I started with stitch fix in the first place. It’s great to try something new.
      Thanks for reading!

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