If you remember from Fix #58, I used items pictured on the included style cards as requests for Fix #59. It’s an easy way to personalize your Note, especially when you feel stumped for what to request, or too short on time to edit your note a million times…
Enough chit chat, on to the goods!
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LooC #1–Lemon Tart
Lemon Tart Vama Boat Neck Brushed Raglan Knit Top
Fit: Oversized and slouchy
Price: $$–over $50 for this lounging top may seem extravagant. But it’s ultra plush feel and ability to be disguised as “real world” attire help soften the blow a bit.
Verdict: KEEP! I debated sizing down, but ultimately liked the slouchy, off-the-shoulder fit as-is.
LooC #2–good hYOUman
good hYOUman Windell Be Kind Graphic Crewneck Knit Sweatshirt
Fit: TTS (true to size 😉)
Price: $$–priced slightly higher than the Lemon Tart, however this one falls short in softness & versatility
LooC #3–Daniel Rainn & Tinsel
Daniel Rainn Becru Lace Detail Blouse
Fit: TTS, but a slim cut through entire bodice (not A-line, as I had expected)
Price: $$–over $60, which is a typical price point for Daniel Rainn blouses– a staple of Stitch Fix inventory.
Verdict: Return. If it had been a slightly more relaxed fit, I, likely, would have kept this gorgeous blouse. It would be extremely versatile, layered under a blazer for work, or worn alone with shorts for spring temps.
Tinsel Carmel Printed Skinny Pant
Fit: TTS, with a legging-like fit. I was sent a S, but requested to exchange for a M (for reference, I’m typically a 6 or 8 in pants).
Price: $–under $60 for a pair of Stitch Fix pants is a great deal. The quality of these felt great in try-on…only time will tell if they stand up to the wear-and-tear of Mommyhood.
Verdict: Exchanged for a M. I’ll keep you updated after a second try-on once they arrive. In the meantime, I found this identical pair which fit great! I may end up sending my exchange right back 🤷🏻♀️
LooC #4–Barbour & Tinsel
Barbour Tellin Knit Top
Fit: Highly structured. I suggest sizing up for a more relaxed fit.
Price: $$–not overly pricey at $68, especially if this is a higher-end brand.
Verdict: Return…as fast as possible. This may be my least fave item from Stitch Fix to date. But, hey, it’s good to try new things, right?! 😘
Fix #59 is in the books…Fix #60 is in the works
This next Fix will be a true surprise, since I completely spaced and forgot to submit a note to my stylist. I left feedback on all the items, though, and pinned several new items to my ever-growing Stitch Fix Pinterest board, so we’ll see if that helps Kimberly craft another killer Fix! I’m willing to place my money 💵 on Y-E-S 🤩.
Creating a dedicated Stitch Fix Pinterest board really allows your stylist to get to know your likes and dislikes, which increases your chances of getting a 5/5 Fix every time. And don’t forget to claim your $25 in Stitch Fix credit…’ya know, to help BUY all those 5/5 Fixes 😉
See you for the next Fix, friends!