It’s time for my February Stitch Fix review!
Please note that this post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix, however I do receive a credit if you sign up using my link.
In case you’re not familiar, Stitch Fix is a subscription box service. You’re assigned a personal stylist who gets to know your taste and what you’re looking for (my stylist has nailed my taste since day one!). Next, your stylist will send you five items to try, but you only pay for what you keep. There’s a $20 styling fee that gets applied to your purchase, so if you don’t keep anything, you lose it, but I’ve never had a box where I didn’t keep at least one piece, so I’ve never lost my $20!
It’s a fun way to try new things, and some of their brands aren’t sold anywhere else, so you’re rarely going to see someone else wearing the exact same blouse — unless, of course, they use Stitch Fix too! But that’s never happened to me that I know of!
February Stitch Fix Review
Pixley Kendari Faux Suede Jacket
Oh, swooooon! This jacket feels like butter! It’s incredibly soft, so comfortable, and best of all: it’s machine washable! I was worried that this was going to be a high-maintenance jacket, but it’s most definitely not. I throw it in the washing machine on delicate, and hang to dry, that’s it!
Daniel Rainn Darsie Lace Detail Peplum Knit Top
I was hesitant about this top, too. I’m still not absolutely sure…what do you think? Does it make me look pregnant??
I do love the detail on the shirt, though…
I wore this shirt a few times, and have received compliments both times, so I’m taking that as a sign?? Tell me your honest opinion!
Urban Expressions Bianca Buckle-Detail Satchel
Oh, I love this purse so much! It comes with a long strap to wear it as a satchel as well. It’s plenty roomy enough for all my mom gear, but small enough that I don’t feel like someone toting around a diaper bag. ?
Renee C Katarina Knit Swing Dress
When I saw this dress in the box, I was not sure I’d love it. I always feel like since I’m short, I can’t pull off dresses that just drape–like I need a cinched waist or something. But I put it on and loved it! So soft and comfy, and can be worn all the way through summer. I’ve worn it with chucks, black tights and booties, and tall black boots & a scarf. Definitely a keeper!
Vigoss Kelsey Released Hem Distressed Skinny Jean & Toms Del Rey Chambray Sneakers
I gotta be honest: white jeans scare me! Living on a farm and having five kids should be enough reason to keep me in brown pants all the time. But after asking on Facebook for tips on keeping them brilliant white, I’m keeping them. Paired with these adorable TOMS, I’m a happy camper!
Overall, I loved this fix! My stylist knows me well, and every month I can’t wait to get my Fix!
To sign up to receive your own fix, click here!
If you’re thinking ahead to Mother’s Day, gifting your mom a Stitch Fix gift card or box is a great idea! You can read my post about how I treated my mom to a “Stitch Fix makeover” for her 70th birthday to a Stitch Fix box HERE!
So, what do you think about my Fix?