Stitch Fix #24: July finds

A Fit Mess
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July 7, 2016

Hey all! I’m excited to be back with another Stitch Fix review. As per usual, my July items did not disappoint – I liked just about everything I received. Of course, I’d love to know what you think.

 

If you aren’t familiar with Stitch Fix, it’s an online shopping service that pairs you with a personal stylist who selects 5 items specifically for you based on your style profile, Pinterest Style Board (if you create one), and special requests. Keep what you want and return what you don’t. Your $20 monthly fee gets credited toward any purchases you make. For tips on how to make the most out of your fixes, read this post.

 

Plus, check out this special offer: If you sign up for your first Stitch Fix using my referral link and receive your shipment by July 28, we will BOTH get $25 credited to our accounts. This more than covers your first delivery fee so it’s a great way to try the service without spending a dime!

 

 

Okay, let’s get into the goods.

 

Crissie Dress (by Pixley) 

This cotton/linen dress by Pixley is exactly my style. The tulip trim on top is darling and I love that the straps are adjustable. Annnddd there are pockets on the front! Let’s agree that pockets on dresses are quite amazing. What I love most about this dress is the cut out feature on the back and cinched waist! This dress would be lovely for a night out or paired with some sandals for a more casual look.

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Shuglas Bar Back Knit Top (by Pixley)

I wasn’t sure how I felt about this top, but when I tried it on I knew I was going to keep it. It’s a light cream color with specks of black throughout. I love the fun design on the arms.

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The best part is the double bar back! I am wearing a NuBra with this top.

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Licia Cuffed Denim Short (by Just Black)

These shorts (shown above and below) were a tad loose around the waist and in the back. I think by design they are supposed to be a boyfriend fit so if you’re looking for a relaxed style, you may want to check these out. The cuff can be rolled up or down to change up the length.

denim shorts

Elle Woven Clutch (by Urban Expressions)

Yep. Love. This clutch was made for me. It’s small, but it would replace my wallet and could easily be carried on my wrist or over my shoulder (I removed the strap for the pictures). It would also be cute for a night out (once in a blue moon for us!).  I like the woven look and I think gray may be one of my favorite accessory colors since it can be paired with basically anything.

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A Fit Mess

Rodolfo Mixed Material Top (by Skies are Blue)

I appreciate the effort with this top, but it just wasn’t right for me. It made me feel a bit shapeless, but perhaps I should have paired it with shorts? I would have preferred a cap sleeve or even sleeves for this top.

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A Fit Mess

That’s it! I was happy with this month’s fix. I pushed my August shipment out a bit to try to get a handle on my spending (ahem!). Sometimes I can’t help myself.

 

If you received a good fix, I’d love to know! Please feel free to share your comments below or a link to your review!

 

P.S. Don’t forget to check out yesterday’s Beautycounter review and enter my GIVEAWAY!

10 Comments

    1. Hi Deborah! I have to admit-I wasn’t too happy in the beginning, but after a few months I think my stylist and I got on the same page. You’re definitely paying for the service and convenience, but it’s worth it for me. Thanks for commenting!

  1. I got the Crissie dress too and I loved it. I love the concept of Stitch Fix, but I have a unique body type–Tall, tiny waist, big booty–which makes it hard for my stylist and I to get on the same page. I usually always find one or two items that work, and when they get it right boy do they hit it out of the park.

    1. Thanks for your comment, Cassie. I agree – it can be a bit hit or miss at times. My fixes improved when I linked to my social media accounts (so my stylist could see me) and after I provided a lot of feedback.

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