Friday, May 12, 2017

Spring Stitch Fix May 2017 {Review}

So my Mother's Day present for this year is a Spring Stitch Fix box! (All Stitch Fix links use my referral code!) If you don't know what Stitch Fix is, you can read all about it at the bottom of this post! My requested stylist, Addie, was on vacation, so Kira worked on my fix for me. Looking at my spring wardrobe I decided I needed shirts to wear out for date night and some things to wear to church through the spring and summer. I wanted some things in navy, coral, mauve, and deep lavender.

The keeper for me this time is the navy lace knit top! The color, length, and lace overlay is great. I wore it just today with white skinnies and navy heels to a luncheon with Poppa for a ceremony on his completion of a community leadership program. It was a little chilly, so I threw a grayish jacket over it. It was perfect. With the short sleeves, I can wear it year round with layers.

The Dabit sheer blouse has a lovely design and the color is a wonderful lavender. There is a cute pattern to the crochet detail top, and the detail around the sleeves is super sweet. There is a soft feel to the Emmet blouse and I love, love, love the shape of the cardigan.

1. Pixley Dabit Sheer Detail Blouse~Purple $54.00

Decision: Return

2. Jella C Jasper Crochet Detail Top~Coral $44.00

Decision: Return

3. Alice Blue Emmet Crew Neck Blouse~Navy $32.00

Decision: Return

4. Le Lis Lavania Lace Knit Top~Navy $54.00

Decision: Kept

5. Market & Spruce Channy Open Cardigan~Light Pink $54.00

Decision: Return

Are you ready to schedule your first fix? Go to Stitch Fix and fill out your profile!

Here are more details about how it works...

In case you have never heard about Stitch Fix, it is a company that provides you with a personal stylist for a fee of $20 for every shipment called a fix. In each fix, you will be provided with 5 items. You try the items on in the privacy of your own home, with your entire closet right there. After 3 days, you drop the items that you want to return into the provided envelope (no shipping charges applied) and give the bag to your postal carrier or drop it off at your post office. Then you go online and checkout, listing what you are keeping and what you aren't. If you choose anything from the fix, your $20 styling fee is applied to the clothing. If you choose to keep all 5 items, you get 25% off your entire fix.

To start a Stitch Fix profile, You go to their website and make an account. This is free and you should totally do it even if you aren't ready to schedule a fix. It goes through your sizes, preferences, samples of clothing styles, color interests, price points, and lots more. There's even a box to add additional information. Another great thing to do is build a fashion board on pinterest. Pin things that you really love to your pinterest board. That gives your stylist a wonderful idea of what you are looking for and what you really like. If you see anything in a Stitch Fix review that you really like, pin those. Pin mine away, if there is something you like here too! You can click on the box below to see my board.

When you are ready, you schedule a fix. You can receive a fix every 2-3 weeks, every month, every other month, every three months, or as you want to schedule them. Once you schedule a fix, you make a note to your stylist. In your note, you let your stylist know what you are looking pieces for a special event or a hole in your wardrobe.

Want to catch up with my other Fixes?
Winter 2016
Spring 2016
Autumn 2016
Winter 2017
Spring 2017

Wishing you homeschool blessings,

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