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About this Clothing Subscription Box
Stitch Fix is a clothing subscription box that sends hand-picked styles to your door on your schedule. You’ll pay a $20 styling fee for each box which is then credited towards any items you keep plus you’ll save an additional 25% off your entire box if you keep everything in your fix. Stitch Fix offers styling services for men, women (including plus size and maternity), and kids so it’s easy to outfit the entire family! Upon sign-up you’ll set your size, style, budget, and frequency preferences so your fix will be personalized just for you! Good to know: Shipping, returns, and exchanges are always free!
The Box: Stitch Fix
Cost: $20 styling fee per box, pay for what you keep minus the $20 fee
Includes: clothing, shoes, and accessories that fit your style & budget
Ships to: US
Each Stitch Fix includes a prepaid shipping envelope included for returns as well as a packing list with prices of each item.
There’s also a fold-out card with a note from my stylist and tips on how to style each clothing item in the fix.
The invoice shows the retail prices of each item along with the cost to keep everything which includes the 25% off “Buy All Discount” ($51.25 discount for this box) and the $20 styling fee credit which go towards any items I keep. If I kept everything in this shipment, it would be $133.75 after the discounts.
Here’s everything in my June 2019 Stitch Fix Box!
This Stitch Fix box contains a variety of five items – a red ruffle top, a grey knitted tank top, a coral knitted spaghetti strap dress, light blue jean cuffed shorts and a sheer dark green/teal blouse.
Now, let’s talk about each piece in my latest fix!
Vixbe – Zahara Ruffle Detail Top – Size Small, Retail Price $40.00
This red ruffle top is absolutely adorable! Right when I saw it, I knew I planned on adding this piece to my closet. It can be paired with shorts and flats for a more casual look or dressed up with wedges or heels. I love that it can worn two different ways: on the shoulders and off the shoulders. The only down fall about this shirt (which I can get over) is that it’s a linen material and wrinkles VERY easy.
Kaileight – Fadi Twist Front Knit Tank Top – Size Small, Retail Price $34.00
This knitted top is very lightweight and perfect for warmer weather. It has a cute little twist in the front that dresses up the tank and adds a fun look. I still haven’t decided if this is a look I plan on adding to my closet. The shirt makes me feel a little boxy and I’m not crazy about how the patterns are turned sideways at the bottom near the twist. Plus side: the whole top is knitted which makes it very airy yet you can still wear a bra and not see it through the shirt.
Nine Britton – Juliette Eyelet Knit Dress – Size Small, Retail Price $48.00
I love the color of this dress. Coral is such a fun summer color that is flattering on many people, in my option. The knitted dress is very stretchy and is made out of a heavier material so it won’t blow up with any gust of wind (like many summer dresses) The dress I’m wearing in the photos is a size small and feels like it runs a little big, especially in the breast/arm pit area) Although I like this dress, I don’t plan on purchasing at the moment.
STS Blue – Molly Tacked Cuff Shorts – Size 2, Retail Price $45.00
These light colored blue jean shorts are so comfy! They have the perfect amount of stretch and I’m loving the mid-rise and length of them. These shorts will definitely be staying with me! I really love how the cuffs are already tacked (aside from the small area on the back left side, I’ll be fixing that immediately). I also have these on in the pic above with the red ruffled crop top!
Sophie Rue – Nella Sheer Detail Blouse – Size Small, Retail Price $38.00
This sheer blouse is listed as a dark green but is more of a teal in my opinion. I love that it has adjustable straps and has a cute sheer pieces at the top of the front and back. It makes it stand out from my other tank top blouses that are similar. It can be paired with shorts, pants or even tucked into a skirt for more of a dressier look. It has the perfect amount of coverage in the front.
Overall this was a perfect Summer box, my Stitch Fix stylist really listened to me and gave me good pieces to pick from. Even though I don’t plan to keep every item I received, I’m happy with the selection they provided and look forward to my next Stitch Fix box. I’ve already worn my red ruffle top to a concert and can’t wait to wear my new jean shorts!
The total retail cost of all items in my Stitch Fix box was $205.00. If I keep all 5 items, I get an additional 25% off (-$51.25 discount) plus the $20 styling free is credited towards any items I keep so I would pay $133.75 for everything in this box which breaks down to $26.75 per item not counting the $20 styling fee I already paid or $30.75 per item including the fee.
What do you think of my latest Stitch Fix box? Do you like any of these styles?