Have I Told You About Stitch Fix?

I receive my Stitch Fix fixes monthly because I love it much. The links are affiliate links and I do get a small commission if you click through and sign up to receive a fix of your own. If you do sign up for Stitch Fix, you also have the ability to do the same thing.

I recently looked back at all my older posts and realized something I never reviewed my Stitch Fix boxes with you. I mean seriously, why haven’t I told you about Stitch Fix before? Not sure what it is, well sit back because I am about to tell you about all the goodness that comes in one little box.

stitch fix

Stitch Fix is monthly personal styling service. And I am totally in love with it. It makes me think outside of the box when it comes to the clothes  I wear. It is actually a very easy service to use. You fill out a style profile and you also get to leave notes for your stylist. Like this past month, I left a note asking for comfortable but stylish clothes that would work for the events that I have coming up as well for the conference in October.

I can honestly say that my stylist pretty much gets my likes. Some months, I keep all the items and there been a few times I have sent some things back. But for the most part, I tend to keep the items. I also love that they include a style sheet with each box. Basically, the style sheet shows ways to pair the items in the box. I love this because sometimes I have items in my closet already to complete the style.  Just look at some of the items from my past fixes. You may remember them from past blog posts.

Laughing Owl Outfit What to wear Wine tasting

Top: Skies are Blue Serra Lace Detail Top via Stitch Fix | Boyfriend Jean Via Stitch Fix

I think this is one of my favorite outfits. I wear this shirt all the time. I wore it to the Peachy Keen event a few weeks back but this time, I paired with pants that I had gotten from a previous fix. I just rolled up the legs and made them dress capris.

Alex and I at Peachy Keen

Top: Skies are Blue Serra Lace Detail Top via Stitch Fix | Pants:  Liverpool Rizzo Skinny Pant Via Stitch Fix

You might recall the dress I wore to visit my daughter in Greensboro and our visit to the Tanger Gardens. The dress was from one of the monthly boxes and I love how comfortable it is to wear.

Family wo glasses

Dress: Loveappella Carlita Knit Maxi Dress via Stitch Fix

Remember when I wrote about what to take to an amusement park and talked about comfort being important. The top I was pictured in was from there as well.

carowinds outfit

Top: 41Hawthorn Montgomery Cross Front Knit Top via Stitch Fix

And remember my reflections about the Dollar store mirror. Yep total outfit from there.

reflections dollar store mirror

Top: Pixley Curran Split Neck Blouse via Stitch Fix | Shorts: Eden Society Elodie Short via Stitch Fix

I even wore the shirt to a prescreening of Finding Dory.

Finding Dory feature

The top I wore to my daughter’s graduation was from there as well.

the family

Top: Fun2Fun Walden V-Neck Blouse via Stitch Fix

I totally fell in love with the top that I wore to a TriFabb Meetup.

Essence and Shoe Dazzle (1)

Top: Pixley Edmond Henley Knit Top via Stitch Fix

And remember the post about Choosing Joy. Yep, that outfit is totally theirs. I think those are my favorite pair of shorts. I often pair them with the Skies are Blue Serra Lace Detail Top.

Jinxy and my heart (1)

Top:  Market & Spruce Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Tee via Stitch Fix Shorts: Liverpool Kaiden Distressed Frayed Cuff Denim Short via Stitch Fix

So as you can tell I totally love this  and I stalk my mailbox every month for my box. In fact, I just got a box the other day and can’t wait to share it with you. Look for that post soon.

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  1. My sister does Stitch Fix, too and has had good experiences, too. I think it would be fun, I would like to try it out! #HomeMattersParty

  2. This sounds like a wonderful plan. I have seen many other bloggers rave about how much like it too. Thank you for sharing so many of the things you got through them.

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