Tips for a better Stitch Fix box
Update your style profile monthly.
Always make sure that you are honest with your sizing. I would like to say that I am still an extra-small in shirts, but now that I have been doing CrossFit for about a year, my arms are a little bigger. I would get frustrated when I was sent shirts that were too tight in my chest, now I updated my sizing and the clothes fit better!
Also, if you really don’t see yourself in a style make sure you tell your stylist! I hate sheer shirts since it gets awkward when I have to figure out the bra situation for work attire. So I told my stylist. Now I don’t receive them!
Pin, Pin, Pin
Pinterest is a huge help because I love pinning other stitch fix reviews. I made a Stitch Fix board where I put all the looks I love. If you search “stitch fix” on Pinterest, you can find other bloggers who have reviewed their fixes. I just head to their blog and pin what I love!
Okay, let’s get to the fix!
First off – I thought this was a pretty good fix. I wanted more fall clothes since it was September and I asked for a new pair of jeans. I actually thought I would keep everything in my fix because I loved the colors…but then I tried the clothes on.
Navy Jacket – oh man, did I want to keep this. But it was a small instead of extra-small and I just got swallowed in it!
Gray Jeans – We had a love/hate relationship. I loved the color, but I didn’t like how tight it felt on my thighs.
Blue/Cream Sweater – I loved the blue/cream striped sweater but the material felt too stretchy and I thought it would later be too big on me.
Geo Print Top – I didn’t like the material. It was like that slinky-stretchy material and we just don’t get along.
Red top – I actually really loved this! It wasn’t too tight on my arms and it was perfect for work.
Out of all the items, I kept the red top. It was perfect for work and was light enough to wear while it’s still hot in NorCal.
Have you tried Stitch Fix? What have been your thoughts on your fixes?