I recently received my spring Stitch Fix and am so excited to share what was included! On Wednesday, I shared the two items I decided not to keep. If you missed it, you can see that post here. Today, I am sharing the three amazing pieces I kept for my own closet!
My stylist Samantha worked hard to include five items that I would love, and she did an amazing job! I am excited to work with her again for my summer Fix! I am taking all three of these pieces on our spring break, so I will show you how I styled them when we return!
I kept the Ivy Tulip Print Tab Sleeve Blouse. Because, seriously, how could I send back something so fabulous?
I also asked for a maxi skirt. I received one in my summer 2013 Fix and didn’t keep it. I could have kicked myself. But, I actually like this one even better. I have big plans for this beauty for spring break!!
I also kept the Kahlo Embroidered Racerback Top. I don’t have anything like this, and I can envision several different ways to wear this top. That is one of the keys to maintaining my shopping budget. Most pieces have to be able to be styled several different ways. this top fits the bill and is just plain ca-ute!!
I love the style tip cards that were included in my Fix. I keep them in a notebook and refer to them as I am putting outfits together!
I discovered Stitch Fix via a blog I was following and I hope to share this company with my readers as well. If you have never heard about Stitch Fix, go to their web site and read about it. I will explain the company in a nutshell so you can sign up and begin receiving your fixes ASAP.
1. Go to www.stitchfix.com and register.
2. Fill out the personal style questionnaire. This takes only a few minutes and your answers provide the Stitch Fix stylists with information regarding how to select items for your fix.
3. Sign up for a date to receive your fix. You will receive your fix within a couple of days of the date you select.
4. You will receive five items in your fix. They will include a mix of tops, bottoms, skirts, pants, shorts, and accessories.
5. Try on your fix items. Keep the ones you love and return the ones you do not. You have three days to return the items you do not want to keep.
6. Once you decide what you are keeping, sign on to your Stitch Fix account and complete the short questionnaire regarding your choices. Your answers will help the stylists select what to send in your next fix, regarding styles, sizes, patterns, etc.
7. Pack the items in the prepaid USPS envelope and send it back.
Easy as pie. I have received some items that I adore in my Fixes, and others that I have sent back. However, part of participating in Stitch Fix is the experience. I learn what looks good on me and what I should never put on this body ever again. I learn about styles, patterns, color coordinating and mixing prints. Although a couple of my fix items have missed the mark, I completed my return questionnaire, and the Stitch Fix team sends items I love in my next fix.
One of my favorite things about Stitch Fix is the tag they include with each piece to offer you styling tips. I keep the tags and place them in a folder for reference when styling my outfits.
So, there you have it. That is Stitch Fix in a nutshell. If you choose to sign up for Stitch Fix, you can use my referral code so they will know that I sent you. My referral code is 3042477. I will receive a credit toward my next fix, so thank you! When you sign up, you will also receive a referral code which you may share with your friends and receive your own fix credit. I would love to see what you receive in your fixes. Please share! Stop back on Friday, as I am sharing the items I kept from the Fix!