Stitch Fix Plus: Round 6

August 6, 2018

I got my most recent fix much quicker thanks to Style Pass!

This time around, I asked my stylist for items in white, chambray, and/or gingham. I've also been pinning items more frequently on Pinterest for inspiration.

Here's how it turned out:

Market & Spruce, Miranda Linen Blend Jacket, $78

Market & Spruce, Miranda Linen Blend Jacket,

I love the color and I can tell my stylist was looking at my Pinterest board because I've been pinning all the linen. Unfortunately, this wasn't a flattering shape for me and I don't really need a jacket in linen. I sent this back.

Faith+ Zoe , Pearl Drawstring Linen Straight Leg Pant, $68

Faith+ Zoe , Pearl Drawstring Linen Straight Leg Pant

Again, my requests were met. These are white and made of super comfy linen, but there was a 90's genie fit going on here. They were super baggy, and I prefer a more fitted shape. This and the jacket made me feel like I was wearing a potato sack. Returned.

Market & Spruce, Hadriana Organza Scallop Detail Top, $54

Market & Spruce, Hadriana Organza Scallop Detail Top

Another almost hit. This fit great and I loved the chambray fabric and linen feel, but I'm not a big fan of boob accents. I just couldn't get past the scallop detail, so sadly, I returned this.

Papermoon, Trucker Split Neck Knit Top, $44

Papermoon, Trucker Split Neck Knit Top

This was super soft and comfortable and just a great casual tank to add to my summer rotation. I kept it.

WISP, Calla Knit Maxi Dress, $84

I found this one baffling. I've complained in the past about dresses that are not bra-friendly, which this one appears to be. Much more importantly, however, is the color choice. Anyone who knows me knows I loathe purple and will not wear it. This is indicated in my style profile as well. I broke my rule of trying all things from SF on for this one because purple just isn't going to happen here. Returned.


1/5 items kept doesn't sound great, but I'm actually happy. I felt like even though most items weren't right, I could tell (except for the dress) that my stylist was paying attention to exactly what I was hoping for and just struck out with the fit aspect. I love all the feedback I can give because it always improves the chances of finding true love in my next fix. Any suggestions on what I should ask for?

More importantly, if you haven't tried Stitch Fix yet, what are you waiting for?! Now is the perfect time to try, because you get $25 towards your Fix if you sign up using my link. Plus, with the satisfaction guarantee, you've got literally nothing to lose!

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