Stitch Fix #7 (June 2014) Review

My Stitch Fix #7 was also waiting for me when I got home today!!  This is by far my favorite subscription box to receive each month!



If I keep everything in my box, it will cost me $237 with the $20 styling fee and the 25% discount – eek!


$20 a month styling fee – then the cost of clothing (read more here).


The best part about Stitch Fix is the styling cards they send with each item – really helps inept people such as myself with how to wear said items!


Papermoon Tina Striped Open Cardigan – $48 $38 (on the checkout page – this item was actually listed at $38 instead of $48 – WIN!!)

I don’t know what it is, but I can’t help myself when it comes to cardigans.  I just love them, and I can never seem to have too many!  This one is nice and lightweight also, so it will be GREAT for summer evenings!

Verdict = KEPT!


Market and Spruce Shiva Grid Print Mixed Material Top – $48 and Deboce Straight Leg Jean – $108

OK – first the top.  I actually liked this top, buuttt… to me it was too similar to the mixed material grid top I kept last month!  To be honest, when I did the “sneak” peak at what was coming in this month’s box, I was convinced they actually sent me the same top twice!  Husband said I’m crazy and they aren’t similar at all.. I don’t know, I just couldn’t get over it.

Verdict = Returned

And now the jeans… oh the jeans.. First off, they are white.  I do NOT wear white jeans.  Not that I’m opposed to other people wearing them, I just am too much of a klutz to wear white pants without spilling on them at least 10 times!  Also, these were VERY tight – like I wasn’t even certain I was going to be able to get into them for a picture (but with some tenacity, I managed to pull it off!)  Also, you can’t tell from the photo, but these didn’t have a button or zipper – so they were kind of like leggings, but jeans… jeggings?

Verdict = Returned


41Hawthorn Sheila Bead Collar Detail Dress – $78

Alright – so sorry for the bra shot, but I think that point iterates how uncomfortable I was in this dress.  It just wasn’t flattering on me – I’m not really sure why… and to top that off – some of the material already had pulls in it:


Even if it fit perfectly, it would have been returned just due to the poor quality of the material itself.

Verdict = Returned


Renee C Rosenberg Dip-Dye Cross-Front Top – $54

This top probably looks cute on some, I just didn’t like how it “opened” at the bottom to show your stomach (perhaps a little difficult to tell in the photo with the white tank top underneath) – anyway, let’s just say I wasn’t very comfortable in this to just try on, so not something I want to keep in the closet.

Verdict = Returned


So I only found one item that I wanted to keep from this month’s fix, but I LOVE the top that I kept, so still considering Stitch Fix a complete win!  As long as I can find one item each month, it’s totally worth it to me!  I will end up paying $28 $18 for the top (including my $20 styling fee discount), so not too bad!

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet?

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