Stitch Fix Review: 4th Fix | Always Aubrey

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Stitch Fix Review: 4th Fix

Disclosure:  I paid for my own Stitch Fix; all opinions are my own.  If you're interested in trying Stitch Fix, I'd love for you to use my referral link so I can get $25 towards my next Fix!



My 4th Stitch Fix was a definite hit with me, though there were one or two items I was on the fence about.  But in the end, because there's a big discount for keeping all the items, I ended up keeping it all!  So keep in mind, the prices I'm showing here are the full price, before the discount.  Here's how it turned out...

Liverpool Kolten White Denim Jacket

I'd asked for a white blazer, and when they didn't have one I received this white denim jacket instead.  I immediately ruled it out... until I put it on.  I can't get over how comfortable and nice this jacket is!  I want it in a darker blue denim wash too!  I don't know how often I'll wear a white denim jacket, but I'm going to give it a try.  The outfit guide they gave me had some great ideas, and Googling has led me to some cool potential looks!

Pixley Ivy Petal Print Blouse

A Pixley print blouse?  Stitch Fix knows what I'll buy every time.  This wasn't my favorite print at first, but it's super soft and really simple to throw together as an outfit.  I ended up loving it.  Win.

Pixley Colibri Bird Print Tab-Sleeve Blouse

I loved this print top too, especially since I don't have anything mint-colored or a lot of green.  It's not exactly the best color on me, but I really love the print and it's another easy top.  I need to resist EVERY print top Stitch Fix sends me, but for now I'm building my collection.


41Hawthorn Jace Chevron Print Dress

I had my doubts about this dress, but the minute I put it on I realized it was incredibly comfortable and cute!  I seriously could sleep in it.  I wore it for a client meeting the day after I got it, layered with a blazer and with my new nude wedge sandals.  It's going to be a regular favorite, I can tell!


Pixley Sheina Laser Cut Collared Blouse

This top was my least favorite of the bunch.  The laser cut and fabric combo make it "catch" on other fabric.  It wasn't the most flattering fit to me, but it was cheaper to keep it than return it given the discount!  I haven't decided whether to keep it or resell it, so for now the tags are still on it.  It could be a good layering piece for summer.

In the end, the merchandise total was $310 - $20 Styling Fee - $72.50 Buy 5 Discount = $217.50.  I had $2 left on my credit, so it was $215.50 in the end for all five pieces, which comes out to about $43/piece including styling... better than boutique prices for what I got!  I also love the Liverpool jacket so much I've been browsing the brand on the Nordstrom website.  I kind of want this dark denim jacket now.  Since Stitch Fix isn't inexpensive, I decided not to do a fix for June, instead opting in for July.  That's the beauty of Stitch Fix, you can reschedule and opt in or out as you need to!  So I'll be shopping for myself in June, and back with my 5th review in July.

Disclosure:  I paid for my own Stitch Fix; all opinions are my own.  If you're interested in trying Stitch Fix, I'd love for you to use my referral link so I can get $25 towards my next Fix!



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