November Stitch Fix Review #stitchfix

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I have never done a post on Stitch Fix before but this is my 7th Stitch Fix box. It is like Christmas when I get my Stitch Fix. I love shopping especially for clothes, I get unique clothes from Stitch Fix that I wouldn’t find in any of the stores I shop in.

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First let me tell you a little bit about Stitch Fix.  The first thing you do is fill out a personal style profile so they know what your style is, how much you want to spend, and what type of clothes and accessories you like. You then choose the date you want your box shipped and you can also choose the frequency you want. (ex every 2-3 weeks, every month, every month, or every 3 months) Once you get your box you have 3  days to decide what you want to keep. They provide you a a pre-paid bag to send back the items you don’t want.

You can also create a Pinterest Board and pin styles that you like and add the link into your style profile. This will help your stylist know what pieces you want and like. Here is a link to mine so you can see an example . Clothing Pinterest Board.

You will get an email before your shipment asking you if you want to add a note for your stylist. You can add anything you want such as I only want shirts this month or you can tell them specific items you want such as any of the items I received.

There is a styling fee of $20 however that goes towards your purchase if you keep anything. If you keep all five items you will get a 25% discount.

So now for the fun part you get to see all of the lovely pieces I got in my November Stitch Fix. They have it all packaged nicely.

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The first thing I opened was the jacket I received

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This jacket is called Sutton Faux Leather Trim Quilted Jacket and the price is $88.00. I do like this jacket I am just not sure how much I would wear it,

Here comes the next one actually two things

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I am wearing Liverpool Loren Bootcut Jeans and they are priced at $78 and Loveapella Morgan Knit Raglan Top and it is priced at $54. I really like this shirt I had this shirt pinned on my board.

The next shirt is

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This shirt is Laila Jade Wilson Cowl Neck Knit Top priced at $58. This shirt is a little sheer so I had to put on a black tank top underneath it. I don’t have any cowl neck shirts but I really like it and I had it pinned to my board.

and now the last one

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This one is 41Hawthorn Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan priced at $48. This cardigan is so comfy and I love the color.

This post was hard to do for me I don’t like pictures of me. But at least you get to see what the clothes look like on.

I am still not sure on what I am keeping. If I keep everything it would be $224.50 which is just way too much to spend and that is even with the 25% discount and $20 stylist credit.

If you would like to try Stitch Fix you can sign up here.

What do you think I should keep and what should I send back? Please also let me know if you like these kind of posts.

 

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