Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Stitch Fix #4

It's Stitch Fix time again, everyone!

I got my fourth Fix last week. It was two days late which made me sad.

But, I also got a hair cut. See what you think in the pictures below! The hair cut is unrelated to the clothing. I just hadn't told you about it yet. :)

Georgiana Cap Sleeve Belted Polka Dot Dress, $98

This navy printed dress is a jersey knit of sorts. I liked the print and the style. I loved that the neckline came up high enough so you wouldn't have to wear a tank top under it.

Unfortunately, they sent it in a 6/8. Never have I ever been a size 6/8. It was also marked as a Medium, which I am. I'm guessing they didn't take the number size into consideration. The top fit fine.

The bottom was much snugger and a less flattering than I would have liked. It was also the most expensive piece.

Verdict: Send back

Ritz Mixed Pattern Front Pocket Knit Shirt, $44

I absolutely adore this t-shirt! Mixing prints is all the rage these days and this one top has three prints all on its own. While I am a bit concerned it might be slightly youthful for this 30-year old, it's too cute to pass up. We'll just pretend I'm a few years younger than my driver's license lets on.

 I think I'll get a lot of use out of it in the coming (hopefully) warmer months. I think it'll look great with jeans, cords, crops, shorts, skirts. Everything!

Feelin' Sassy!
Verdict: KEEP!

Malcolm Heathered Dolman Sleeve Knit Shirt, $48

Last month, I kept a deep emerald green dolman sleeve top in the exact same style as this. I haven't worn it yet because it's been too frigid but I love it. I love this top too but I am in a quandary. I have another one in the exact same style and, I have a different style long sleeve shirt in this exact "print". No joke.

So, while I really like it, I'm having a hard time justifying the cost to fill a hole in my wardrobe that doesn't really need filling.

Verdict: Send Back

Abrianna Long Sleeve Knit Cardigan, $48

 Next up is this green, draped cardigan. I think it's cute but it was already snagging in some spots and the finishing on the seams was a bit wonky.

It just didn't seem like great quality, especially for the cost. Some of these designers Stitch Fix uses could stand to go through a bit more vetting.

The sleeves were rightthere on length and there's nothing worse than sleeves that are too short. Nice length in the back but, meh.

Verdict: Send Back

Esten Button-Up Sleeveless Blouse, $54

Lastly, this bright coral, pink sleeveless top. The quality on this was much better and it wasn't sheer at all, which I was worried about. The arm holes weren't gappy and the length was perfect. I think this could transition really well from spring with cardigans and blazers right into summer on it's own.

The blazer is mine but I look really fat in this picture for some reason. It didn't look like that in the mirror.

Cute with shorts and sandals or skinnies and flats. I don't have anything like this in my closet and the color pop is great.

Verdict: Keep!

Creeper Sadie

Overall, a pretty good fix this time. I'm debating when to schedule my next one. I have a birthday coming up which means other presents or.....gift certificates to Stitch Fix! Hint, hint. I haven't loved much of anyone's spring lines at the mall these days so we'll see.

Want to see what was included in my other fixes?

First Fix
Second Fix
Third Fix

Want to try it for yourself? For a $20 styling fee, you can fill out your style/fit questionnaire and get your very own Fix too! Your $20 fee is subtracted from any purchases you make. If you keep all five pieces, you get a 25% discount. This time, I considered keeping 4 pieces (not the dress) and would have been cheaper for me to also keep the dress instead of sending it back. Crazy, right?

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1 comment:

  1. Really like both tops that you kept. Sorry the dress didn't work out - it's cute too!


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