Guys! Guys! It’s Stitch Fix time! Are you as in love with this box as I am?? You will be if you tried it. Here’s how it works (feel free to skip to the next paragraph if you’re already in the know: For a $20 styling fee, Stitch Fix assembles a box unique to you – your tastes, preferences, sizing, body shape, lifestyle, even your Pinterest boards are taken into consideration. You can choose to keep anything they send you, and the $20 fee is subtracted from the retail amount of whatever you keep. Likewise, you can send anything back and not pay anything more.

These guys seriously do their leg work. For people like me who are fairly picky about their style and taste, it’s great that they personally style the box to cater specifically to you. This is my third Fix and as usual they really listened to what I wanted – tank tops and maxi dresses. Boom.

Ok enough babbling, here’s what was in my Stitch Fix box this month! Be aware that I don’t have any of the brand or price info because I stupidly threw it out with the box. My bad.


I absolutely love this dress. It’s SO soft and SO cozy and SO flattering. I asked for maxi dresses this month, but I didn’t expect them to send one that fit like a glove. I knew I was going to keep this dress as soon as I opened the box.


This dress was a surprise. I didn’t think I’d love it when I first saw it, but the fabric really drapes and flows beautifully and the high/low cut is really trendy right now. If it wasn’t so expensive I would have kept it. I can see why they sent this to me, my pinterest is full of similar dresses. I really love this look.


I also came really close to keeping this top as well. I love the scallop trim and the bright, juicy color. My issue with this piece was that it’s completely sheer, so I’d have to layer it with a cami – a huge no-no for me during the summer. No one wants to layer when it’s 100 degrees and humid out. Back it went.


I really wanted to love this top. I love the pattern and the style, but it just would not fit over my chest. The fabric was so light and soft, it would have been great for the summer. Unfortunately it had no stretch at all, so this one sadly had to be returned.


I would totally have kept this tank but it was surprisingly way too sheer to be able to wear without a layer under it. As I mentioned, I am not into layering in the summer, so I decided to send this one back as well. I really liked the casual style and colors of this one, so I was bummed that it didn’t work out.

Final Score: A

Stitch Fix has become one of the boxes I most look forward to each month because they really try to understand your style and send you pieces that you specifically will love. It’s really fun to know that they are curating the box with your input and style in mind, and I look forward to the next one!

I can see why the stylist chose each piece for me. It is so cool to look at how the styles compare to my Pinterest board that they peruse – I love how carefully they select pieces for each person. I have been more on top of updating my pins and recently went through and wrote notes about what I love about each pin, so I’m really excited to see what they select for me next month.

I want to take a moment to mention how great their customer service is. They sent me my box while I was in Europe on my honeymoon, so I wasn’t able to go through the selections as timely as I normally would (you have to return the unwanted items within a few days) so I shot them a quick email asking for an extension. Within an hour someone responded and said it was no problem at all. I get a lot of subscription boxes (obviously), so when a company has excellent customer service it really goes a long way for me.

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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.

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