Stitch Fix Review: 6th Fix | Always Aubrey

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Stitch Fix Review: 6th 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!




It's been a minute since my last Stitch Fix, but I'm back...  Here's what I got in my Fix, and my thoughts on each item.


This top wasn't love at first sight, but once I put it on I realized that with a cami, I kind of liked it for a contrasting weekend look.  I'm really into tops that have mixed patterns and "media" for visual interest, so I asked (and received) with this Fix.  I was on the fence about keeping this one, overall, and I thought it looked okay, and the price is a little high for a sleeveless knit top.


I wasn't in love with this top from the get-go either, but the fabric was so soft!  I really liked it once I put it on, and I wore it first out of all the items in the box.  It was great for a casual Friday at work.  I would have kept this top no matter what!  It was comfortable too for a road trip home that we took too.


You can't see the details on this scallop top very well, and I was on the fence because it felt a little dressy.  Then I realized that I liked having a dressier top that I could mix with a blazer for work and still have a little detail.  I was not a fan of the open back, until I realized that I could still wear a regular bra and have coverage.



This top was one of my favorites from the time the box opened!  It's like wearing pajamas, but with some visual interest like it's a layered piece.  I would buy this in all the colors because it suits my lifestyle pretty perfectly.  It wouldn't work that well in a more formal office, but it works for mine.  It is nice and loose too, but not in a sack-like way.  Looks better than the photos.


I found this jacket to be a little disappointing.  I wanted a blue denim jacket and loved the white one from a previous fix, so I requested blue.  This one isn't my favorite color denim wash, and the buttons are black instead of gold or silver toned.  Hrm.  It felt a little old lady to me at first with the lighter wash, but I love the fabric and fit so I think I need to lay it out with some outfits to see what works.

Why?  Because when I did the math, everything in this fix added up to $296, and when you factored in the styling fee and 25% discount for keeping everything, the total came to $202.  That means that sending back the jacket (and possibly the other top) wouldn't save me that much in my mind, and I got more value by keeping the items since I liked them all even if it wasn't immediate love.  If I don't wear the scallop top or jacket, I'll probably resell on Poshmark.  But for now I'm going to see how I can incorporate these into my outfits.  If I can't, they'll go.

My next Fix is coming in November, so stay tuned!  Did any of you get a Fix this month?

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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