Stitch Fix Review – March 2017 2


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Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix is a personal styling service for women. With Stitch Fix, you provide your style, size (they also do maternity fixes), and budget preferences, and they will send you a package of stylish goodies to try on at home. You only pay for the items you love and decide to keep. There is a $20 styling fee which is applied to your order should you decide to keep any / all of the pieces.  If you don’t keep anything, you don’t receive a refund of the fee. If you keep all of the pieces, you get a 25% discount on everything!  Stitch Fix is now offering exchanges for sizing as well. Also, I should mention that you are only charged once you “check out” at Stitch Fix.  You have a few days to try everything on, and the box comes with a bag and a prepaid USPS return label so you can easily ship back the pieces you aren’t interested in.

Stitch Fix
Cost: $20 Styling Fee + Cost of Items Kept ($20 fee will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.)
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017
Stitch Fix
 shipped via FedEx this month and took just a few days to arrive. Stitch Fix ships from a few different warehouse locations in the US and shipping varies between USPS and FedEx.

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

I don’t do the best job of filling out my checkout form and reviewing the pieces I get, but I do have my Stitch Fix blog reviews linked in my profile which I think helps a lot.

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

My March 2017 Stitch Fix (Fix #43) included the following items:

~Urban Expressions Valerie Convertible Satchel ($68): I think I love this!  The size is perfect, and I don’t have a bag in this color.  It’s a brick red and just gorgeous.  I love all the details, and the inside is a fun print as well.  I am not 100% sure what it’s made of, but the tag says it’s Certified Vegan by Vegan.com. Verdict: Kept.
Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

~Kut From The Kloth Kate Boyfriend Jean ($88):  On paper, I love these jeans.  And on someone else, I would probably love them too.  I like the wash, the boyfriend cut, pretty much everything. But they just aren’t “me.”  I could never see myself rolling these up, and they were also too big on me (FINALLY).  Verdict: Returned.
Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

~Laila Jayde Ralphy Cowl Neck Knit Top ($64): The fabric of this kind of minds me of a couch my Grandma used to have.  I mean this in a good way, though.  It’s SO soft and almost velvet like?  It’s not overly flattering though, and it’s a tad see through, so it’s going back. Verdict: Returned.
Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

~41Hawthorn Lenore Henley Blouse ($54): I think this would be great under a cardigan or under a blazer, but it’s not a good fit for me.  I didn’t feel comfortable posting a picture, but it just wasn’t flattering on me alone.  If I worked in an office, I’d probably keep it to wear under something.  Verdict: Returned.
Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

~Daniel Rainn Yaya Embroidered Detail Top ($58): Pretty much the same as above.  I like it under something, but I wouldn’t wear it alone (I’m not a tank person).  The cap (?) sleeves on this actually made my arms look worse than the sleeveless one above. But I do love the color, and again I would wear it under a cardigan or suit jacket if I worked in an office setting.  Verdict: Returned.
Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

~Jeans, Cowl Neck & Bag – On Me
Stitch Fix Review - March 2017

I am keeping one piece from this Fix, and for me, that’s a win!  I am going to change some sizes in my profile and request not to receive sleeveless pieces and go from there!

Do you get Stitch Fix?  What have been your favorite items you’ve received so far?  If you haven’t checked out Stitch Fix but want to give it a try, click here.  And don’t forget, the better feedback and more information you give, the better chance you will have to get amazing Fixes that work for you!


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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2 thoughts on “Stitch Fix Review – March 2017

  • Jill

    I am really enjoying stitch fix. I tried it maybe 2 years ago, and it was a disaster. Constantly losing my styling fee. I have been getting a “fix” now for the past 6 months, and always love at least one item. My favorite items were a pair of Toms and a cross body bag. I think the key to a good fix, is a Pinterest board and feedback.