I received a styling credit toward this Stitch Fix as a result of this promotion. By posting this review I am entering a contest sponsored by Stitch Fix and am eligible to win a prize, however I was not compensated for my time. This post does contain affiliate links, but as you can see from previous posts, Stitch Fix is a service I have used and loved for awhile now.
Yay! It’s Stitch Fix reveal day! For anyone living under a rock who doesn’t know what Stitch Fix is yet, check out a few of my past posts here, here and here. I started receiving fixes two years ago and it honestly gets better each time. It’s so convenient and fun, plus the more fixes you get, the more the stylists get to know you and your preferences.
With a limited budget for clothing, I only schedule fixes every few months or so now. Once you sign up, you can choose to receive fixes ever few weeks, monthly, every few months, or whenever you’d like. My last fix arrived back in March, so when The Recipe Redux shared an opportunity from Stitch Fix, it was perfect timing and I was excited to add to my summer wardrobe! Some of you may have caught glimpses of this latest fix on Snapchat (kimhobanrd), but today I’m sharing all the deets here. Let’s get to it!
This was my seventh fix and I asked for casual pieces that could be dressed up for work or down for summer BBQs. My stylist, Hannah, nailed it!
Le Lis Jessamine Scoop Neck Blouse: $44.00
This top is a win for me on so many levels. It fits really well, the fabric is light (perfect for hot, sweaty me) and I love the bright fun pattern. Hannah suggested I pair this tank with my Kut from the Kloth boyfriend jeans I got in my last fix–nice touch, right? I love that they truly listen to feedback on items and have a sense of what you already own. Long story short: this one was an immediate KEEP.
Skies are Blue Deprive Cutout Back Top: $48.00
This tank has a bunch of cute details: fringe at the shoulders and bottom hemline, cutout detail in the back. I was a little nervous about the material being thin and see-through, but I’ve worn it twice so far and it hasn’t been an issue. This top is a great example of why I love Stitch Fix…it’s an item I probably would have passed right by in a store, but it’s a great addition to my summer style!
Skies are Blue Mardi Keyhole Detail Blouse: $48.00
I wasn’t sure what to make of this top when I first pulled it out of the box. Paisley is typically not my thing, but I liked trying something different and the details at the neckline and shoulders are fun too. This top fits super well and goes great with dark jeans for a casual look. Since it was nothing like anything in my wardrobe already and I could dress it up to wear to work also, this top was a keeper for sure!
Street Level Demi Fold Over Vegan Leather Crossbody Bag: $48.00
Dang it, Stitch Fix! I definitely didn’t need another bag, but this one was just too good to pass up. It’s a great size and who doesn’t love using a cross body bag in the summer?! It has three separate zippered sections and holds my wallet, iPhone, keys, chapstick and snacks with room for more. I’m a big fan of this bag and have been using it pretty much nonstop since I got it.
Skies are Blue Caitlynn Dress: $68.00
This was probably the only piece I was truly hesitant about keeping and unfortunately it happens to be the most expensive too. I did end up keeping it, but only because you get a 25% discount on fixes if you keep all 5 pieces. So it was cheaper to hang onto it then send just one item back. Sneaky, Stitch Fix! 😉 This dress is also not something I would have picked for myself, but I loooove the straps and the floral pattern! It is a little loose and flowy, which is nice because a lot of my clothes, especially dresses, are getting too tight on my ever-broadening shoulders. It’s also a great longer length, which again shows me that the stylists do listen, as my style profile says I hate dresses that are too short! To be honest, I haven’t worn it yet but I think I will on a date night or upcoming bridal shower.
All in all, Fix #7 was a winner! I kept all 5 items, which means I got that 25% discount. Paired with the $20 styling fee credit I received as part of this review post and a $50 Stitch Fix credit I had from my birthday, the whole box only cost me $122! Three tops, a bag and a dress for less than $125 is a pretty darn good deal if you ask me! Even more than the cost of this fix, I was impressed with the personalization and attention to detail my stylist had. I love that she listened to exactly what I was looking for, added some things I might not have chosen myself and kept in mind some of the pieces I already own. Good work, Hannah. I already scheduled my fall fix, so I can’t wait to see what I get then. Stay tuned!
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Check out other Stitch Fix Summer Style reviews from fellow Recipe Reduxers in the links below: