I got another Stitch Fix, and this time I'm even going to model the clothes. Totally out of my comfort zone here, folks!
You may remember that my last Stitch Fix was a bust that ended with the cry, "Back in the bag, ugly shirt!" I'm having a much better experience this time around.
In case you haven't heard of Stitch Fix, here's the short version.
Stitch Fix is an online personal stylist for normal people like you and me. To get started, you go online and fill out a detailed style profile.
For a twenty dollar styling fee (that can be applied to anything you buy from your Fix), your stylist picks five items especially for you and ships them to your door. You have three days to try them on with other items from your own closet. Then, you simply go online to checkout. Purchase the things you like and send the rest back in the postage paid bag that comes with your Fix. Like it all? You get a whopping 25% discount when you buy all five items. Shipping is free both ways. Easy and fun!
Without further ado, here's my latest Fix. What do you think?
I asked for a maxi in this Fix. Pros - The fabric is nice, and the color (a deep navy) is so gorgeous. I can style it lots of ways. I already tried it with my navy cardigan, my flowy white scarf and my coral cardigan. I've always loved longer dresses and have been wanting to try a maxi style. Cons - It will need to be hemmed, and it's very form-fitting. Can I wear this dress at 51? I found that holding my purse strategically helped in the photos. Do I want to have to do that all the time? Sure is pretty, though. . .
The next tank is fun. Pros - I like the fit and the color, plus I don't have anything like it. Cons - It's 100% nylon, and the fabric feels kind of cheap to me. It is not, however, cheap.
I asked for flowy summer tops in this Fix. Pros - It's flowy, and I love the color. Cons - I'm not sure it really does anything for me. What do you think?
This next blouse took me back in time to the Phi Mu Hall. My how we all loved our pink and green back in the day. I'm not sure why this was in my Fix, since my profile says I like to avoid plaid. It was also too small, and it kind of made me feel like a farmer. 10-year-old Julia (my photographer), however, thought that it was a good look for me and that it had potential. Doesn't really matter, though. This one goes back!
Overall, this Fix was much more my style. And as you can tell, Julia and I had a blast doing the photo shoot this afternoon.
So here's where you can help. Without knowing the prices, what do you think I should get? Leave a comment, and let me know. I'll let you know what I choose and give you my best Stitch Fix tips on Monday!
Want to try Stitch Fix for yourself? Just click here to get started.
For a peek at Stitch Fix #4, click here.
I am not affiliated with Stitch Fix in any way and was not compensated for this review. I purchase items from Stitch Fix with my own money. However, if you join Stitch Fix through any of the links on this blog, I do receive a $25 credit when you get your first Fix.
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