Hello there beautiful dolls!
How many of you have heard of Stitch Fix? I recently found out about this fantastic company a couple months back. One of my girlfriends gave me the lead.
If you don’t know about Stitch Fix I’ll give you the skinny, it’s an online styling service that delivers a truly personalized shopping experience, for you or your family. To start, just complete their online Style Profile and then a Personal Stylist will handpick pieces to fit your specific preference, needs, and budget. Then voila! Mailed to your front door.
Each box contains a curated selection of clothing, shoes, and accessories. You try on at home and simply keep the items you love and send back the rest in a prepaid USPS envelope.
Shipping and returns are always free even for exchanges.
I had my first Stitch Fix box delivered to my door last week Friday.
My stylist Blake sent me a Calvin Klein Kenia double-pocket structures blazer. A Equipment Layla v-neck silk cami, RD Style Genya Cree neck pullover, DV8 Gaby wedge booties and Madewell 10” high rise skinny corduroy.
Absolutely love how Stitch Fix gives you two outfit options and they suggest how you can style each look. To be honest when I went through with my box I was very hesitant about the pieces my stylist Blake picked for me.
Except the Calvin Klein blazer. If you have been following for me for some time now, than you know that I am obsessed with oversized blazers. So without a doubt this Kenia blazer was a major win.
The outfit suggestions were fantastic, however I decided to style the pieces with a twist of my own lens. I enjoy wearing bold statement blazers, such as the Calvin Klein.
I decided to pair it with my black high rise skinny jeans from H&M. For the top I went back into my Stitch Fix box and got the high quality silk Equipment blouse. It has hearts details. Which is also perfect for Valentine’s Day next month. To complete my outfit my pulled out my So Kate pumps and my blush Kate Spade Bag.
For my second look I styled the “10 high rise skinny corduroy jeans. Which I was super hesitant about. Maybe it because I don’t have any jeans like this in my closet, plus it’s a 28 waist and I wear between 29 and 30 waist. However, these jeans fit like a glove and I still had more giving room.
With this look I also paired it with my Layla v-neck silk cami underneath. Over it I styled it with the RD Style Genya crew neck pullover. I tucked it in half way, to make it more stylish and to also show off my jeans waistline. For this outfit I would have paired my DV8 gaby wedge booties but I didn’t like the way they looked on me.
Instead I went with my So Kate pumps. Finished off the look by adding my black Zara moto jacket and black crossbody bag from Aldo.
Absolutely love this way this entire outfit came out. It’s a little casual yet stylish. Overall, my stylist Blake did a excellent job for my first Stitch Fix Box. I look forward to see what future pieces she chooses next month. Have you tried Stitch Fix? If you have, I would love to hear your feedback.