Looking for an outfit for an event or just need everyday pieces? The stylists at Stitch Fix have you covered.
Sydney returned to me for this month’s Stitch Fix! Hooray! She gets me more than any stylist I’ve had over the years and last month was a bust without her. As usual she did a great job referring to my note and my style board and picked out pieces that were clearly inspired by them. Let’s take a look shall we?
Whether you are heading on vacation of looking for everyday pieces to fit into your wardrobe, Stitch Fix has you covered.
For this month’s Stitch Fix, my usual stylist was not available so Laura filled in for her. While she wasn’t able to locate the exact items I pinned (which is not unusual) she did pull inspiration from my style board and picked items for my trip to Key Largo this weekend. I’m still without a kimono but one of these days I will find a bright colored one dang it! I’ve searched stores as well as tend to only find dark or neutral colors. If you have seen one let me know ;-). But I digress, this month’s fix wasn’t my favorite. Some of it had potential but just didn’t quite make the cut. What do you think?
I love seeing what my stylist picks out for me in my bimonthly Stitch Fix boxes, because sometimes I just don’t want to do my own shopping.
Once again my stylist Sydney did a great job looking through my Pinterest board and finding items inspired from those I pinned, or sometimes an exact item I pinned! It always nice to know that someone actually makes use of something you spend time on and update regularly. The only request I had this month was a bright colored kimono and then let her know my birthday was coming up, but my plans are probably going to be casual. Unfortunately the kimono was not in the cards this month but she still put together a great box. This may actually be the first month where 4 of the items I was send could be worn together in one outfit. I don’t really require that as I’m pretty good at mix and matching with pieces I already own, but it was a fun feature.
While I consider myself capable of shopping for my own clothes, it’s fun to see what my Stitch Fix picks out for me. Check out my bimonthly fix!
Fix #21 is here an I can’t believe it’s been two months already since my last fix. This time around I was hoping for a top with shoulder cut outs, a button up printed top, a necklace or bracelet, and a top for two bachelorette parties I have coming up. I requested Sydney again after the awesome job she did last month and, despite the deceivingly small package it came in, sure enough she hit it out of the park again!
If you’re into fashion subscription services, you’ve probably heard of Stitch Fix by now. I’ve included some easy tips to improve your next fix along with my latest reveal!
Wait a minute, didn’t I already share a Stitch Fix post this month? Didn’t I say that for my budget I only get fixes every other month? Well I broke my own rules and got another box this month because I wanted to take another stab at getting a holiday dress. So this month I have a second fix, #20!
Who has time to shop in person these days? Thankfully there are people that will do it for you like the stylists at Stitch Fix.
This month is my 19th Stitch Fix! I requested a black puffer coat, long warm sweaters to go with leggings, a fitted waist dress with a print (that wasn’t stripes), and any tops that had fun details (such as aztec prints, leather, shoulder details, etc. basically anything that wasn’t lace or crochet). Let’s see what I got!