So I thought I had turned off automatic shipments at Stitch Fix, but apparently I was wrong. And that’s a good thing! They just sent me the best Fix ever.
In the past my Fixes have included mostly dressier items. I’m a casual girl, even when I am dressing up, so I was happy to see my stylist say she was focusing on casual mix-and-match items this time around.
She hit the nail on the head with this Beatrice Exposed Zipper Dolman Top from 41Hawthorn ($58). I love it! The zipper is in the back and it is going to look perfect with just about anything.
Next up was the Kate Distressed Boyfriend Jeans. I have been on the hunt for a great boyfriend jean and have been happy with the other Kut From The Kloth pants Stitch Fix has sent me. I will be keeping these. And they are very reasonably priced at just $78.
You know I can’t turn down an awesome bracelet. This Pixley Cambridge Metal Belt Cuff Bracelet ($28) is absolutely fabulous! It’s just my style.
I’m not too sure about this Benfield Heathered Drape Front Cardigan ($34). I think I would love it in black, but that’s a lot of purple. That’s not a bad price though.
The final item was a Tabitha Embellished Cotton Shirt ($58). This is not my style at all. Not sure whether to send it back or see if I can sell this top and the cardigan to my sister to recoup some of my cost. You will see why in the price breakdown below.
If I keep the first three items (dolman top, jeans and bracelet), my total is just $144 after my $20 Stylist Fee is applied. If I decide to keep everything it is $177 (the buy-all discount is 25% or $59). That averages out to just over $35 per item. Not too shabby, Stitch Fix. Not too shabby.
So, what would you keep and send back?