Fix #3: Stitch Fix Review: March Fix

I was very impressed by my 3rd Fix shipment from Stitch Fix! Stitch Fix warns you that it may take several fixes for your stylist to understand your style, and I think they definitely are. They even included a lengthy personal note about how they had taken a look at my Pinterest page and gotten a better feel for my style. Thanks Stitch Fix!

Stitch Fix is a subscription-based personal styling service where you fill out an online profile about your preferences and a shipment is sent to you every 1-2 months of 5 hand-picked clothing and accessory items. You try each of them on and have 3 days to decide what you’ll keep. Once you decide, log in and check out for the items and then send the remaining items back.

Stitch Fix Review: Fix #3

This month’s fix was a lot more in-budget and had great patterns and shirts! I was very pleased by it.

Here’s what was in my March Stitch Fix:

  1. Bali Keyhole Blouse by Renee C

I loved the fabric and print of this one but it looked weird from the front. I think the neckline was too high. It was perfect in every other way though, I loved the way it looked from the back and side!

  1. Kiegan Skirt by Market and Spruce

The skirt was so weird and awkward and ill-fitting I couldn’t even get a picture of if worthy of sharing! Unfortunately, this skirt was not my style, I didn’t like the fabric and it was the most expensive item in my fix! I think maybe it was an item the warehouse was trying to get rid of…I calculated it and it would have been more expensive to buy 4 items than it would be to suck it up and to buy all 5!

  1. Renoir Kimono by Honey Punch

Love this black and white chevron patterned kimono. It’s flowy and comfortable without being too big or wild. Kept in a second!

  1. Issac Floral Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse

This blouse was amazing in every way, but the shoulders were a bit too tight and I’m not sold on the long sleeves.

  1. Dianna Paisley Print Cut-Out Detail Tan by Fun2Fun

I knew this was amazing before I ever even tried it on. Exactly my style print and it is a cute length! It looks good in every way. Kept it!

I decided to keep the Renoir Kimono by Honey Punch and the Dianna Paisley Print Tank by Fun2Fun and sent the rest back, mainly because I wanted to only keep items that fit perfectly.

Stitch Fix ships via FedEx and the tracking information is always right on! I really enjoyed my fix this month.

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Photos: Elizabeth Adan

PrintBy Elizabeth Adan

Elizabeth Adan is a Freelance Writer, Publicist and Brand Ambassador. Her blog Aquaberry Bliss is a unique outdoor lifestyle blog dedicated to expanding your world and inspiring your creativity. When Elizabeth isn’t traveling, you’ll find her writing, hiking or gardening. Find Elizabeth on Twitter @stillaporcupine and on LinkedIn.

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