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My Stitch Fix for April – What I Loved and What I Hated

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Have you ever heard of Stitch Fix? I had never heard of it until a friend of mine posted about her “fix” she got for the month. Basically what it is — a box of clothing and accessories that a stylist sends you based on your likes and fashion requests. Sometimes you get great choices like the one I got in February. But sometimes you get some not so great choices like the striped shirt dress I got this month.

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This month is the best box I have ever gotten, however — after looking at myself in these clothes — I am hitting the gym every day for the next few months. I have a lot of weight to lose!

When my box arrived, I got super excited! If you know me at all, you know I love to shop, and I. love. clothes. Seriously — I could shop every single day of the week.

Once I opened the box, I loved all the selections they sent me, but wasn’t for sure how they would look on me.  Here’s is the breakdown of what I kept and what I sent back for this month.

Brazil Beaded Neckline Knit Tank

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While I wanted to love this top, it was just too tight on my in the breast area. The arm holes were a little lower than I liked, and the neckline was a bit scratchy.

The color was beautiful though and other than that it was super comfortable. I wound up sending it back though.

Chaz Henley Knit Top

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I love stripes, so I knew I was going to love this top the minute I put it on. It is super soft, the arms look great on me and it doesn't make my breasts look HUGE!

Yes — I kept this one!

Cecil Aline Dress

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I loved everything about this dress and I almost kept it, but because of the weight I need to lose, I decided to send it back. Plus the $68 price tag was just a bit too much for me.

Bay to Baubles Statement Necklace

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This necklace won me over very quickly. It was a bit pricey at $28, so I sent it back, but I will definitely be looking for something like this on the clearance racks when I go shopping again!

The Maiya Striped Shirt dress that I was sent looked SO horrible on me, I did not even take a picture of it. I can't believe that people wear those — but hey — that is today's fashion 🙂

How Stitch Fix Works

You pay $20 upfront to have a box sent to you. When you go online, you fill out a stylist questionnaire and from that your personal stylist sends you 5 choices to look at and choose from.

When you get your box, you have 3 days to try out what you were sent and then from there, you simply send back what you don't want and keep what you do. The $20 stylist fee goes as a credit towards your purchase.

If you choose to keep the entire box — you get a 25% discount.

Would you like to try out Stitch Fix?

This is my referral link. Just for you trying it out, you will allow me to get a credit to use towards my next fix!

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lisa

Friday 17th of April 2015

I really like that dress. It's a really pretty shape and design!

Melissa Roy

Friday 17th of April 2015

Since becoming a mommy, I dread clothes shopping because it is such a hassle and I hate trying things on (which I have to do since my weight has constantly fluctuated up and down through four pregnancies and breastfeeding!) This looks like a great solution and I love that I can try the clothes on at home and send back what I don't want.

Jennifer Sikora

Wednesday 22nd of April 2015

I always dread it when I am overweight, but when I am happy with the way I look, I don't have a problem with it. Stitch Fix is one of my favorites.

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