Stitch Fix #2 and Thoughts from Friends on their Fixes

Just as the first, my secondIMG_1594 Stitch Fix arrived right on time in a beautifully wrapped package gleaming with promise and excitement. I had asked my stylist for a specific item this time around; a pair of mid-rise skinny jeans.
Here are the items I received in my second Fix:

Item 1:   Kamile Jersey Ruched Detail Dress – Gilli – $54

This item fit well, but I felt like it was too dowdy. This is the second time I’ve received a dress from Stitch Fix and felt like it was “too old” for my taste.

Item 2:   Mariska Side Split Knit Top – RD Style – $48

This item is a tunic sweater with long slits up either side. I loved the fabric and color, but the fit was slightly too slouchy for me.

Item 3:   Edgewater Knit Top – Loveappella – $48

This shirt was soft and fit well, but the price seemed high for a casual 3/4 sleeve cotton tee.

Item 4:   Dayna Skinny Jean – Kut From Kloth – $88

Mid-rise black skinny jeans, just like I asked for! Well, almost. See more below!

Item 5:   Marvin Jacket – Sanctuary – $138

This was the WORST item of this fix. It’s an outerwear coat that’s straight cut. The fabric was cotton, so not even close to being weatherproof. The collar and sleeves looked like the same style as on letter man jackets. Weird… The lack of a lapel also seemed odd to me. This was a total stitch fix fail.

What did I keep?

Well, although I was hoping for skinny BLUE jeans, I fell in love with the Kut from Kloth black skinny jeans that I received in my fix. I’ve been wearing them for over a month now (no not every single day…) and they are wonderful. Definitely mid-rise like I asked and the fit is perfect. The fabric feels thick which is how I like my skinnys.

Being silly modeling off my new black skinny jeans and 3/4 sleeve tee from Stitch Fix.
Being silly modeling off my new black skinny jeans and 3/4 sleeve tee from Stitch Fix.

I also kept Item #3. I hemmed and hawed on this item for the entire 3 days until my return package was due back in the mail. The shirt fits great and is super soft, but I was hesitant that it’s not special enough to warrant A) the $45 price and B) a coveted spot in my fall capsule (See Capsule Wardrobe: Narrowing Down the Options). In the end I kept it.

To recap, I kept 1 item from my first Stitch Fix and two items from my second. I’ll receive at least one more “Fix” before deciding whether or not to continue this service. Stay posted!

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A note from Kimberly:

“A few weeks ago I received my second Stitch Fix and was shocked with what I found. Normally each box is nicely packaged. All of the clothes are neatly folded and wrapped in a piece of tissue paper with a little Stitch Fix label. My last box was completely disheveled. It literally looked like the person who packaged it tried on the items and then threw them into the box. One of the shirts was even inside out!

–> Kimberly contacted Stitch Fix and let them know about the issue and her third box came with an apology note from her new stylist. Obviously no company wants to be represented in this way, but sometimes employees are disgruntled. If you ever have an experience similar to Kimberly’s post a message below. I’m curious to see just how often this happens.

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