June 2015 Stitch Fix Review

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I’m back with another Stitch Fix box! As always, it was fun and I couldn’t wait to try everything on. Let’s get right into it.

What is Stitch Fix?
Well, basically it’s like having your own personal stylist. But better.

More specifically, it’s a monthly subscription (although you can set it to every other month too). When you sign up, you fill out a profile where you specify all kinds of things like sizes, price, shapes and styles you prefer, colors and patterns you prefer. You can make a pinterest board and link to that so that your stylist can get a feel for what you like. You basically want to provide as much detail as you can so that they can pick stuff to match your style.

Then you pick a date to have your box arrive. You’ll get 5 pieces. It can be clothing and accessories. You pay $20 a month to receive the box and if you decide to keep stuff, the $20 goes towards the purchase of your items. If you keep everything, you get 25% off – score! I’ve done that several times. Plus, if there’s a month that’s not so good and you don’t want a box, you can turn it off for a month – no penalty.

Once you get your box, you have 3 days to try everything on and decide what to keep. This part is my favorite, obviously. They even give you an awesome card that has suggestions on what to pair the items with! And they send you pre-paid envelope to put everything in to mail it back. Just pop in it the mailbox! You can give them feedback online about what you liked and didn’t like to help them send even better stuff in the next box. You can even request something specific.

To see some of my other boxes, check them out below:

April 2015 Stitch Fix
March 2015 Stitch Fix
July 2014 Stitch Fix

Let’s look at what I got this time:

1. Rosebery Crochet Inset Top by Papermoon – $44
I was a fan of this top straight out of the box. It’s a nice weight and I love the lace-like details. Totally my style. Kept!


2. Pamela V-Neck Blouse by Collective Concepts – $58
I wasn’t really sure about this one. It was very comfy, but I wasn’t a huge fan of the pattern. Plus, some tops without sleeves is ok, but I prefer not to have too many of them. I prefer sleeved tops for work and because I get cold easily. Went back.


3. Magguie Lasercut Detail Blouse by Papermoon – $44
I loved the color of this top and thought the cutout detail at the top was pretty nifty. It was comfy as well, but again with the no sleeves. It just didn’t quite do it for me. Went back.


4. Isla Dress by Ezra – $64
I was excited to put this dress on. It seemed different than something I would naturally grab myself, which is one of the things I love about Stitch Fix. While I liked it, I didn’t feel like it really did much to flatter me. Sadly it went back.


5. Herman Structured Crossbocy Bag by Street Level – $54
My stylist totally read my mind with this one. I’d been wanting a little brown purse. Unfortunately I didn’t love the way the handles attached at the top instead of the sides. Sadly it went back too.


So there you have it! I kept the first top, but send the rest back. I’ve already worn the top a few times and can’t wait for my next box!

If you want to check it out, sign up here!

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I signed up for Stitch Fix and purchased the box myself. I’m sharing my opinions because I think they will help others. This post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit towards my next box.