You guys, I love Stitch Fix. This was my second time receiving it, and I am in love. I originally signed up for one Fix every other month, but now I need it on a monthly basis.

Here’s how it works: for a $20 “styling fee”, Stitch Fix sends you a box of clothes curated specifically to your tastes (based on your Pinterest boards, your style profile, and notes/instructions you give them – and they are seriously on top of things). If you decide to keep anything in the box, the $20 is subtracted from the price of whatever you keep. Send the rest back in the pre-paid bag they give you, and enjoy whatever you kept! If you decide to keep all 5 of the items they send you, you get a serious discount on them.

Now that we’re on the same page, let’s talk about my second Fix. Like my last box, I decided to keep just one item, but I have a feeling with a little tweaking to my preferences I will be keeping more items in the future.


Jill Michael Aurelia Double Teardrop Necklace – $48.00 I love this necklace so much. It’s EXACTLY the kind of jewelry I currently wear – light, layered, gold. It’s neutral in shape and design, making it extremely versatile. I have worn it twice already and I absolutely love it. There was no question that I would keep this one. My $20 “deposit” made this $28.00 – worth it. This is the second time they’ve totally nailed it with the jewelry.


Collective Concepts Sofia Leaf Print Dress – $88.00 This dress is also exactly my taste! I was SO excited to try it on, then SO disappointed that it was too tight around my butt. I have adjusted my style profile to say I’m more curvy than straight, so hopefully this won’t be a problem in the future. The dress has no stretch, but I love the fabric and pattern so much. If it had fit it would have been a summer staple for me. But alas, back it went.


Liverpool Raphael Denim Jacket – $88.00 I actually really loved this jacket! It’s just that the temperature is reaching 90 degrees every day now in Baltimore, so it’s just too warm to have a pretty pricey jacket sit around being unworn. This jacket is seriously nice – worn, soft denim and expertly constructed. Still, I’ve adjusted my pricing preferences down to see what they send me next month, because I’m curious what the quality difference would be between the different pricing tiers (or if there is any). I’m way more likely to keep items if they cost less. This sadly went back too.


Fun2Fun Isabelle Crochet Tank Top – $48.00 Full disclosure, I really hated this top when I pulled it out of the box. When I put it on I totally understood why they sent it to me. It fits and flows in just the right places, and is really quite flattering. I just don’t like to layer in the summer (it’ll be over 100 degrees here with high humidity in a few weeks), so I sent this one back as well.


Kut from the Kloth Elliot Cargo Pocket Shorts – $58.00 I actually lol’ed when I saw these shorts. They are the epitome of “mom shorts” and not something I would ever wear. They’d be great for camping, but I don’t do much of that. They did fit perfectly, but the inseam is too long for my liking. They nailed 4 out of the 5 items, which is not bad at all for just getting to know my style, so I’ll give them a pass on these! Still, back they went.

Final Rating: A

I really enjoyed this box. While I sent back most of it, I really loved a few of the items and was pleasantly surprised by others. I seriously cannot wait for next month’s Fix! It’s like shopping without any effort, and they make it pretty easy. I highly recommend this box!

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A foodie, travel junkie, and reality TV aficionado who derives an unnerving amount of joy from dressing her giant dog in ridiculous costumes.

1 Comment on Stitch Fix – May 2015

  1. Jor
    May 30, 2015 at 10:30 am (3 years ago)

    I have had similar problems with Collective Concepts dresses-I love them on the hanger but on me they’re tight in really weird places. Good Fix, though!