Stitch Fix Review May #5

My MayΒ Stitch FixΒ was another amazing one!Β My stylist Katie is amazing and totally listens to everything I ask for!Β My fix this month had many of my requests in it and she once again paid attention to my Stitch Fix Pinterest Board, which I appreciate πŸ™‚

If you are not familiar withΒ Stitch Fix, I strongly urge you to give it a try!Β It’s basically a clothes and styling mailing service you can get monthly, bi-weekly or bi-monthly. It costs $20 per box, which covers the styling fee. You try on the clothes, keep the ones you like, return the ones you don’t! Easy peesy. Pay for the items you keep and the $20 styling fee gets applied to that cost. Get 25% off if you buy all five items. Easy, right?! You can sign up here.

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My favorite tips for getting your best Fix are:

1) Keep your style profile up to date. Stitch Fix is always adding new questions to the style profile. Be sure to look through your profile every few months to answer any new style questions.

2) Write a note to your stylist each time you schedule a Fix. Do you have an event coming up? Let your stylist know about it so she can find you something special.

3) Leave feedback when you checkout. The more detail the better. If the armholes on that shirt were cut too small, or if you weren’t crazy about the pattern but loved the fit, put it in the feedback.

4) Link to a Pinterest style board and keep it updated! This is the absolute best way to really let your stylist know what looks you want to emulate.

The Fix:

This blouse should be a closet staple for you year round. It goes with everything, and can be dressed up or down depending on the situation. I do have a few blouses already like this, but I like the button details and curved shape to the bottom of the shirt. The Tameron Button Down Blouse was $58. Perfect price point.

I asked my stylist for another Emer pant. I can’t help it, I’m obsessed with them! The fit is just amazing and these ones didn’t disappoint! I love the summer, bright and fun pattern to these pants. The Emer Printed Straight Leg Pant were $98.

These sandals…OMG! I’m obsessed with them! They are so fun and flirty with the fringe. And I love the neutral color. I will literally wear them with everything this summer! And they aren’t too high, so you can wear them all day! The Tobi Fringe heel were $165.

I requested this top in my Pinterest style board. I loved how they styled it on the Stitch Fix boards with a black leather jacket and black jeans. I plan on doing the same or even my black pleather leggings with some chucks. So many styling options with this shirt. The Bathilda Button Down top was $58.

And lastly, but certainly not least. The Tereasa Dress is simply the perfect Little White Dress. The fabric is very nice, it has an elegant A-Line cut, and it has cute details that give it an extra oomph. This dress can be worn to a cocktail reception, to work or dinner and drinks. It can be styled so many ways, I can’t wait to wear it! It was $118 and well worth it!


The Verdict:

I kept it all! Everything was something I loved or liked enough to keep. I know I will wear everything, especially the sandals to death this summer! I saved 25% for purchasing it all minus my $20 styling fee!