Stitch Fix Review

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a Stitch Fix review. I now finally, in our new house, have a full length mirror. Unfortunately, it was affixed to the door when we moved in. So, it’s too low for me. The people who lived in the house prior to us must not have been 5’10” like I am. This leaves me with two options for photos. Cut my head off (awkward), or crouch down (super awkward).

Lucky for you, you get to see a little of awkward and a little of super awkward!

If you’re wondering what in the world Stitch Fix is, make sure to read my other posts/reviews, they’re all just about as glamourous as this one, which is why I am a food blogger and not a fashion blogger.

Stitch Fix Review #1 – poorly lit selfies and no makeup.

Stitch Fix Review #2 – Ben took the photos (way better than selfies), kids make an appearance (YAY!), and outtakes.

Stitch Fix Review #3 – I’m kinda loving my hair in these.

Stitch Fix Review #4 – I can’t believe I post this junk online. Yeesh. Wearing that dolman top as I type this though.

If you are intested in signing up for Stitch Fix (it would make a great gift too!) – sign up here (referral link).

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Alright enough excuses and chit chat – here is what I got in my box. Spoiler: I kept everything. And ugh! My mirror is dirty.

RD Style Vivianna Open-Draped Knit Cardigan ($68.00) and Just Black Connely Skinny Jean ($78.00)

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Loved the cardigan – and I asked for some dark or black skinny jeans so I was really happy with these.

Daniel Rainn Bilson Pleat Detail Tunic ($74) and Kut From The Kloth Denna Dark Wash Skinny Jean ($78)


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Again, please excuse the less than perfect photos. I was a little so-so on this tunic, but I ended up keeping it. I had asked for a longer tunic and they delivered with this one. The color isn’t one I typically wear (I prefer brighter, bolder colors usually). But I kept it. Haven’t worn it yet though.

Loved the jeans – I’ve already worn them a lot.

Ezra Graison Chevron Mixed Print Dress ($68) 


I actually didn’t LOVE this dress but if you keep all the items in the box, you get a 25% discount. Since I liked everything else – this dress was basically free. So I kept it.

So that’s my latest Stitch Fix! Almost didn’t share, but the verdict on Facebook was that you were interested. Meaning, I asked and two people said that I should share. Two is enough for me!

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  1. Love the tops and the pants! You look adorable!

  2. Love the first cardigan and the dress

  3. all are very nice

  4. I really love that tunic and the color- you should so wear it!

  5. The dress is beautiful! Every now and then I consider trying StichFix but never quite complete the process…I also have a mirror that was not put up for the taller woman and my head gets cropped off too!

  6. Out of curiosity… Why did you keep two things you didn’t like? I don’t get the sense you would have bought the dress and tunic if you tried them in a store…

    • Ha! That’s a good question actually. I kept the tunic because I liked the length and I didn’t have anything like it. So I might have kept it had I seen it in the store. Keeping all items gets you 25% off so that’s why I kept the dress. It ended up being free with that discount. So even if I only wear it a couple times, I’m coming out ahead.

  7. I loved all the items you got! Especially the jeans and dress! ;)

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