Stitch Fix Review: Fix #2 (February 2016)

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Stitch Fix Review Fix #2Stitch Fix Review: Fix #2 (February 2016)

I was pretty happy with my Stitch Fix last month that I decided to try it again this month! If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s like having a personal shopper. You complete a survey telling them about your style, what you like and what you don’t like, pay $20 and they send you 5 pieces (clothes, jewelry, bags, and/or shoes). Then, you get to try them on in the convenience of your own home with other coordinating pieces and decide what you want to buy. If you decide to buy all five items, you save an additional 25% on your purchase. Whatever you don’t like or want, you send back at no additional cost. Sounds pretty awesome, right? You can read more about the process in my first Stitch Fix post here.

My stylist, Courtney, sent me five pretty awesome pieces this month! I am still looking for a pair of jeans so I asked to get another pair to try this month. Courtney sent me the Kut from the Kloth Stevie Straight Leg Jean (tag says Stevie, checkout sheet says Maribel). I thought the price was decent ($88) and liked the dark wash on these jeans, but they were still a tag too long and I had a huge gap in the back. I am going to keep looking for a good pair of jeans though!

My first top was the Papermoon Norris Split Neck Blouse. I originally tried this on with my dark jeans and did not like it at all. It looks really nice with my white capris and sandals. This would be great for church in the spring/summer and even with a denim jacket over top. I love the length on this and that it’s a little longer in the back.

Papermoon Norris Split Neck Blouse - Fix #2

This is the Brixon Ivy Bixby Clover Print Blouse. I liked this top as well – scoop neck and length. This looked nice with my dark denim jeans and would look great with a pair of black dress pants, too.
Brixon Ivy Bixby Clover Print Blouse - Fix #2

The Skies are Blue Arca Henley Blouse was a beautiful blue color, perfect length and had some nice button detail on the back.  Skies are Blue Arca Henley Blouse - Fix #2 Plaid is totally on-trend right now, and I noticed that I have been pinning quite a few pieces to my Pinterest board. Courtney took that as a hint and sent me the Aratta Lebray Button Down Top. When I first pulled this out of the box, I wasn’t sure I would like it since it’s not a color I would normally choose – dark pink. But, I LOVED it when I put it on…especially with these dark jeans and brown boots.
Aratta Lebray Button Down Top - Fix #2If it weren’t for the jeans, this would have been a 5/5! I tried finding someone who loved the jeans, but it didn’t happen so for my budget I had to choose just one top. I narrowed it down between the Papermoon Norris Split Neck Blouse and the Aratta Lebray Button Down Top and decided the plaid top won! I’m so excited and am actually going to wear it today for my son’s birthday party!

I have to say that I am normally a clearance rack shopper at Kohl’s, but I am LOVING my Stitch Fix experience. This is why I coupon – so I can splurge on other things once in a while. Plus, trying to find the time to shop without having two boys in tow is hard to do. It’s nice to let someone else do the shopping.

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