February 2018 Stitch Fix Review + $1200 Stitch Fix Giveaway
Greetings, friends. Happy Friday Eve! Today I’m super excited to team up with a bunch of other bloggers for a $1200 Stitch Fix Giveaway. That’s right, $1200 — I did NOT accidentally add a zero! I’m also sharing my most recent Stitch Fix Review.
I will be honest, over the years Stitch Fix has been hit or miss for me, but lately they’ve been trying to up their game, and I like some of the changes they’ve made so I decided to try it again. For one thing, you can exchange things now when they’re the wrong size. That’s a nice edition. They’ve also added some higher quality premium brands to their lineup, as well as Stitch Fix for Men.
I updated my profile and ordered a box, and they did a pretty good job. I was hoping to see some higher end styles, but what the did send is cute and affordable.
I did a try-on session over the weekend and shared it on my Insta Story, and I also took pictures so I could share them with you. Also, you can make requests from your Stitch Fix stylist if you like anything you see here, so I’m including the names of these pieces for you.
Stitch Fix Review February 2018
The first item I tried on is this 41 HAWTHORN Valentina Faux Leather Trim Blouse in a medium. It has a nice shape to it and a modest v-neck, and I like the faux leather trim, but it’s a size too big and I don’t think I love it enough to exchange it, but I bet it would look good tucked into a black pencil skirt with a blazer or cardigan on top if you need work wear. I just threw it on with black jeans and pumps, which is how I’d be more likely to wear it.
The sent me these BANCROFT Marcia Leaf Drop Earrings that are really cute. They have all 3 metals — rose gold, yellow gold, and silver. They’re lightweight and just enough bling to stand out without being too statementy. #istooaword
I hemmed and hawed and debated about this FRENCHMAUVE Melanie Knit Tunic Blazer. Opinions were mixed on my Insta Story. It’s cute and I like the 3/4 sleeves, but it’s kind of long in the back. Some called it matronly, but others thought it was flattering. What do you think? For reference, this is a medium.
I knew as soon as I opened the box that I’d love this 41 HAWTHORN Poppi Textured Pullover, and I do. For size reference, it’s a medium. It’s a great neutral oatmeal color, and I love the pattern in the knit. It’s soft and comfortable and skims the body without being clingy. I can totally see this under a utility jacket this spring.
Finally, this LE LIS Maura Zip Pocket Detail Skirt is SO cute. I usually struggle with having the right top to pair with skirts, but right now I happen to have a black sweater that works perfectly with this little a-line number. The skirt is flowy and soft, and you just pull it on. Best of all, it has a really cute red pocket detail. Sorry, you can’t see it very well in these pictures. Red shoes or a red bag would really pop this look.
Overall I think they did a really good job, and I’m pleased. I was very specific about wanting structured pieces that work best for my body type, and they definitely tried to accommodate that.
If you don’t already have an account with Stitch Fix, you can join HERE. I assume most of you are familiar with how it works, but basically it’s an online styling service. You fill out your Style Profile, and a personal stylist selects pieces to fit your tastes, needs, and budget, and mails them directly to your door. At the time your Stylist selects your items, you will be charged a $20 styling fee. That $20 will be applied as a credit toward anything you keep from your shipment.
Each box contains five items of clothing, shoes, and accessories for you to try on at home. Take three days to decide what you’ll purchase and what you’d like to send back. Buy what you like and return the rest in a prepaid USPS envelope. Shipping and returns are free—even for exchanges, and you’re only charged for items you choose to keep when you check out.
WIN A $1200 Stitch Fix Gift Card!
I’ve teamed up with 22 other bloggers to bring you this giveaway, and I linked their blogs below, if you’d like to check them out. Most are lifestyle bloggers and cover a variety of topics from home to fashion to food to travel.
There are 46 possible entries, all are optional. The more times you enter, the greater your chances of winning. Good luck!!!
Sweet Pea | Kim’s Cravings | Pearls and Sports Bras | The Eyes of a Boy | Still Being Molly | Mom Spark | Crazy Together | TheBoxQueen | Take Time for Style | Emily Enchanted | Passion for Savings | What’s Working Here | Every Little Thing She Does is Meh | kiddoandsoul | Sweet Purple Tulips | The Mom Creative | Mom Advice | Hispana Global | Jo-Lynne Shane | Kitty’s Boxes | Pearls and Pantsuits | This Girl Can Blog | Lipgloss and Crayons
UPDATE: The giveaway winner is Tom King. Congrats, Tom (and his wife, Cindy, the beneficiary of the gift card)!!!
FINE PRINT: This sweepstakes is open to US residents 18 and over and is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by Stitch Fix. No purchase necessary. The giveaway ends at 11:59am on February 8, and the winner will be notified via email within 48 hours of the giveaway closing after the winning entry is verified. The winner has 48 hours to respond via email and claim the prize or another winner will be chosen.
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