I’ll say this about Stitch Fix (<– referral link to fun!): They know how to keep a customer. I was getting a little frustrated after my last fix, but this one — she’s a beaut. I opened the box and ohhhh’d and ahhhh’d. (Read about my previous 13 SFs here.)
How’d I get so many pretty, pretty things? When I put notes in for my stylist, I linked to my Pinterest board where I pinned a bunch of shirts from others’ Stitch Fix reviews. My stylist noticed! Yay!
1. Flynn Colorblock Sleeveless Blouse ($54)
Yes! This is the top that I pinned to Pinterest. I’d prefer it be a little more fitted, but I love the navy and bright green together.
2. Randall Scoop Neck Polka Dot Tank ($48)
I don’t wear red (because it make my cheeks look even rosier), but I loved the red along the bottom of this top to add some interest. I also prefer v-necks, but I really love the polka dots. Again, it’s a a little large and I’d prefer it a bit more fitted.
3. Jace Chevron Print Dress ($68)
You can’t see it, but this dress is kind of heavy and the white part puffs out a little. I felt neutral about it until I put it on. It’s SO COMFORTABLE. I could’ve worn it all night. Yes, it’s not exactly a summer dress, considering its weight, but I could see it getting some use in the fall/winter.
4. Calvin Halter Blouse ($48)
I LOVE THIS. The pattern is so cool and I love that it’s mostly black and white — my favorite combo — but has some color at the bottom. Unfortunately, the arm holes were really large and the top was so loose that it made me look pregnant.
5. Beckett Graphic Print V-Neck Blouse ($48)
I love that it’s another v-neck top, which is my preferred neckline. It’s a little hard to tell, but this top is actually a dark purple with a deep red/pink pattern. Of the group, it was my least favorite top, but I still really like it.
So, what to do? I actually like all five things, but I couldn’t get over how big some of the shirts are. Thankfully, I remembered that Stitch Fix sometimes allows you to exchange sizes, so I emailed to see if I could get all four shirts in a size smaller.
The team got back to me within 24 hours and I’m able to get three of the four in smaller sizes! (They don’t have a smaller size in the Flynn blue and green top, but that one wasn’t that big, especially when paired with skinny jeans and heels.)
One big incentive is the 20% discount for keeping all five items, making the dress basically free if I keep everything. With the discount and my $20 styling fee, it comes out to $40/item, which I think is reasonable. I didn’t have to go to the store and spend a whole afternoon searching and the customer service is great.
For the first time EVER, I am officially keeping ALL FIVE items in my Stitch Fix!