Stitch Fix Plus: Round 3

May 14, 2018 Baltimore, MD, USA

I decided to make some more specific requests for my third fix to spruce things up for the summer season. I asked my stylist for some cropped work pants and a white skirt and awaited what else might appear in box #3.

A quick recap for anyone not familiar with Stitch Fix: Take a quick style quiz, provide your sizes and preferences, and pay a $20 deposit. A stylist chooses and sends 5 items to you each fix and the $20 goes towards whatever you keep. The fixes should feel more personalized the longer you continue using SF and providing feedback.

Here's how this month looked:

Stella Valle Montoya Triangle Bracelet, $48

Stella Valle Montoya Triangle Bracelet

This was simple and cute. It would have been a great basic accessory but the price is way higher than I spend on costume jewelry, and the bangle didn't even fit on my wrist. Returned.

Kut from the Kloth Sienna Cropped Pant, $58

Kut from the Kloth Sienna Cropped Pant

Kut from the Kloth Sienna Cropped Pant
That saggy butt? No thanks.

This was right up my alley with the olive green color and light stretchy fabric, but the fit was awful. Tight in the waist and calves but saggy and loose in the butt and thighs. Returned.

Pixley Jordie Sheer Inset Silk Blouse, $68

Pixley Jordie Sheer Inset Silk Blouse

Pixley Jordie Sheer Inset Silk Blouse,

The top is sheer and has to be layered. I love the triangle detail on the front and keyhole on the back. I would have returned this because of the high price tag, but this was the only item I liked in the fix, and I didn't want my $20 to go to waste. Kept.

Truly Poppy Luanna Cotton Blend Textured Knit Dress, $78

Truly Poppy Luanna Cotton Blend Textured Knit Dress

Truly Poppy Luanna Cotton Blend Textured Knit Dress

This looked frumpy at first sight and while it fit well, 1. it wasn't my style and 2. any neckline that requires a strapless bra from me is a no go. Returned.

Renee C Leena Printed Skirt, $48

Renee C Leena Printed Skirt

Maybe I should have been more specific. I was hoping for a solid white skirt. The fit was fine and it was comfortable, but I didn't adore the print and I have plenty of similar LulaRoe Cassie skirts that only cost $35. Returned.

I'm disappointed to say this particular fix was a bust. I'm seeing a trend of my stylist meeting specific requests with items that don't quite fit the bill, so I think I will go back to more generic requests for the next fix to see if it improves. Also, the prices were way higher this time around than previous fixes with the lowest items being nearly $50. I hope this isn't a trend.

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2 comments

  1. Your fix is what stops me from doing this. I'm very particular with my clothing because of how things fit me (based on your fixes, we seem to be built similarly) and I'm afraid I would return almost everything and waste the $20.

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    1. Honestly, most of it fit (except the pants which seem to never fit me anyway), it just wasn't what I wanted. I still think it's worth a try.

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