2018 · Fashion · fashion blogger


fiveProductivityHacks for CreativePeople

At this point, I think you guys can tell that I am very much enjoying Stitchfix, this is my third box since October, I’ve kind of been doing them seasonally almost. The last one was back in December and I ended up keeping everything in that one. This one was not nearly as successful, but I still enjoyed that. I want to mention that I was not thinking and through away all of the paperwork that came with my order, so I can’t really tell you guys how much things cost nor where to get them. I have dropped the ball with this one but  So, let’s jump into what I received.


This outfit contains the only item that I kept and that is the shirt, but this outfit also contains another item from my box, the cardigan is from the box as well. I’m not sure what else to call it. I thought it was rather cute but it just didn’t seem like something that I would get a ton of use out of.


This next one also contains two pieces from the box, the first being the necklace, which was rather cute but I’m just not a huge fan of longer necklaces and it was a bit steep for something that I personally wasn’t in love with. The jeans are the other item, which I came very close to keeping but I did because I wasn’t a huge fan of the fraying at the bottom of them, plus they are a tiny bit on the long side.

20180218_101631The last piece is this beautiful pink jacket that is just perfect for the springtime, it’s not too heavy or too lightweight and this color is just perfect. I did pass on this though, partly because I didn’t think I would get enough wear out of and partly because I’m not completely sold on the top half of the jacket, I would have much preferred a more traditional collar.

Overall, I think this box was really good but everything just seemed a tiny bit off for me personally, I still think all these picks fit fairly well into my style.

In case you didn’t know, Stitchfix is a subscription box that sends you five pieces of clothing based on a profile you fill out, you can really customize what you’re looking for and what you aren’t and it’s really fun. It cost $20 per fix, but that $20 is applied to your purchase if you decide to keep anything and if you decided to keep the whole box it’s 25% off. I think it’s really fun and interesting, and if you are interested in signing up, check it out here.

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* While I am affiliated with Stich Fix, there is no incentive for me to be biased in my reviews.


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