Have you gotten a chance to try out Stitch Fix yet? My second June fix arrived today, so I’m sharing my June Stitch Fix review here.
- You fill out a lengthy style profile.
- You pay $20.
- They send you five pieces of clothing.
- You keep what you want (with the $20 styling fee credited towards what you keep), return what you don’t (free shipping both ways).
- You look fantastic.
Since the first day of summer is rapidly approaching (although if you’re in Georgia you’ve been feeling the heat since May), I asked for more summer clothes. My fixes have consistently been improving and I love what my stylist Addie has been sending me.
If you’ve considered giving Stitch Fix a try, I highly recommend it. On top of picking out beautiful clothes, they’ve got great customer service and are committed to excellence. I like supporting those kinds of companies. I love the way they make me look and it’s like Christmas every time that box shows up!:)
If you can’t do a box yet, I’d still recommend creating an account. It’s fun thinking through what you like and the questions they ask might even help you focus your style yourself! Then when you do have space to order one, everything is set and ready to go!:)
Here is my June Stitch Fix Review, I haven’t decided on a couple of pieces yet, so tell me what you think.
- Henry Embroidery Detail Tie-Neck Top ($48) Positives: It’s unique. I like the fabric, it’ light and airy. I love the color. Negatives: I can’t decide what I think about those weird tassel guys. Undecided on this one.
- Loretta Crochet Detail Cap-Sleeve Blouse ($48) Positives: I love this shirt so much. It’s classy, interesting, and different. I love the cream color too. Negatives: If it had any other negative I would make it work, but the back is just too small on me. I can’t really cross my arms while I’m wearing it. And when you’re chasing a toddler around all day, it’s not so convenient. I want to keep this shirt so much – but I’m thinking the odds of my bones shrinking are small, so I’m probably going to send it back.
- Tart Martine Geo Print Maxi Dress ($168) Positives: I love this dress so very much. It’s a good quality, it’s pretty, the fabric is stretchy and light. The pattern is flattering and the cut is slimming. Negatives: I’ve got to stretch to find anything wrong with this dress. Maybe it’s a tad bit too long? Joe still doesn’t like long dresses, but really this one was a home run.
- Angie Ian Embroidered Detail Cotton Dress ($58) Positives: I like this dress. I like the embroidery, I like that it’s a throw-on-and-run-to-the-grocery-store-and-still-look-cute dress. Or it’s a great beach dress. I like that it’s lined. I like navy blue. Negatives: I don’t like that the arm holes cut into my arm pits. I feel like it’s a dress a teenager might wear. Joe like this dress, I’m still not decided.
- Fornash Memphis Square Print Bangle ($32) Positives: Pink is pretty always. You can layer it or wear it by itself. It sits nicely on my wrist — I like bangles that have even weight distribution. Cuff bracelets or bracelets with charms always end up twisting on my wrist so the heavy (and pretty) part is facing down and the chain is all you see. This bangle is also a classy look — it is definitely my style. Negatives: It’s not free? Definitely keeping this one.
If you use my referral link I do get a $25 credit, but I really recommend Stitch Fix. I will never endorse something I don’t believe in.