Stitch Fix #20 – March finds

Stitch Fix March Finds
March 23, 2016

Hello, hello!

Hooray! My Stitch Fix items have arrived. I still get super excited when I see that box on my doorstep every month. This is my 20th fix which means I have been using the service for nearly 2 years. Lovin this company!

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Stitch Fix it’s an online service that pairs you with a personal stylist who selects 5 pieces to be sent to you each month based on your style profile and preferences. Whatever you don’t want, you can send right back (for free) using the return envelope included with your shipment. If you are interested in learning more, you can read about it in my original post.

Stitch Fix shoes

You may have heard that Stitch Fix has started to offer shoes! They now carry over 200 styles from brands like Dolce Vita, Franco Sarto, and TOMS. If you have a Stitch Fix account, don’t forget to update your style profile to include your shoe size and request shoes. If you don’t have a Stitch Fix account then you now have one more reason to sign up! If you are interested in joining, I would greatly appreciate it if you could use my referral link.

Ok, let’s get into it. Once again, my personal stylist Katie sent me some awesome pieces. I really appreciate how thoughtful she is with the items she selects. She refers to my Pinterest style board, my LinkedIn account, and even my blog for ideas and inspiration. I think we’d definitely be friends in real life!

Joleen knit dress (by Kut From the Kloth)

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As soon as I pulled this stripped knit dress out from the box I knew right away I was going to keep it. It’s exactly my style. I love the material – it’s very soft and a bit stretchy.

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The flat pleats in the front of the dress are very flattering and I really like the high neckline.

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I especially love the unique horizontal and vertical stripes on the front and down the back. You’ll likely see me wearing this dress all the time. It’s perfect for work or afternoon gatherings.

Demi fold over vegan crossbody bag (by Street Level)

Foldover vegan crossbody bag

This crossbody bag was an unexpected surprise. After carrying a diaper bag around for the last two years, I really appreciate a small purse. Plus, it forces me not to stash random things in my bag like spoons, socks, and one million chapsticks. I removed the shoulder strap for the pictures, but I have reattached it for everyday use since I like to have my hands free.

Stitch Fix crossbody bag

What I love most about this bag is the fold over top that secures with a small snap. I have the unfortunate habit of not zipping my purse up. This bag allows me to disguise the contents of my purse by simply folding the flap over.

Siena cropped pant (by Kut From the Kloth)

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Katie sent me these pants after seeing a similar pair on my style board. I love the dark pink color – perfect addition to a spring wardrobe. The pants are very comfortable and I love the roomy pockets. I would have preferred to have a more fitted style, but overall I really like this look. I paired it with the Girona eyelet detail top to create a more casual outfit, but you could also dress this up with heels and a blazer.

Girona eyelet detail top (by Market & Spruce)

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Girona eyelet detail top (by Market & Spruce)

I had requested a loose white tee in this fix, but unfortunately, there wasn’t anything available. This tank is super cute and extremely versatile. I could see layering this under a jean jacket or pairing it with some denim shorts in the summer.

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eyelet top - Stitch Fix

I appreciate the fine detail of the top and the fun pattern.

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Rebeka textured knit blazer (by Kensie)

March Stitch Fix

I liked this blazer, but it was not flattering on me at all. In fact, I think it may have been improperly sized because it fit more like a large than an xsmall. I love the pop of color and the material was very lightweight, but I’m not a huge yellow person and it wasn’t right for me.

I’ve already sent my stylist a note to continue to keep a lookout for a white tee (it seems like it would be easy to find, but I want one that is loose and long on the bottom, but fitted on top). I have also updated my shoe size and requested some TOMS! I’m coveting these.

Anyone else use Stitch Fix? I would love to know if you received some fun items this month.

Bloggers, I invite you to share the links to your Stitch Fix posts below! I’d love to showcase the variety of items and styles that the company provides.




  1. Hi!! I just saw your review and wanted to tell you about my PERFECT white t-shirt that I recently received (but not from Stitchfix though I LOVE them). The brand is called Bobi Los Angeles and it is the twist front tee (very subtle detail in the front but longer) and I see that your style is very similar to mine and finding the perfect white T means everything so I wanted to let you know!! 🙂

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