This was my twentieth fix. Twenty. Twenty times I’ve been so hopeful to love all five items. Twenty times I’ve only kept one or two. This fix was way off – in style, price, what I asked for, everything. Let’s discuss!
41Hawthorn Jace Abstract Chevron Print Dress, $68. I had asked for a dress to wear to a wedding in Wisconsin next month, so they did send me something I asked for. However, I kept this exact dress in a fix from last year, so why would I want another? My stylist even mentioned that I already had this dress! (??) Returned.
Crescent Patton Cut Out Back Top – $48. It’s hard to see, but this top has very small white polka dots on it. Black, white and polka dots top my list of loves, so I was sad to see that it was frumpy on me. Also, considering how wrinkled it already was just from shipping screamed that it wouldn’t fit my lifestyle. Returned.
Pixley Ivy Split Neck Print Blouse – $58. I love the print of this top and wanted to love this on me, but the truth is that it was way too big up top and too snug on my hips. Returned.
Amour Vert Bonn Denim Knit Jacket – $88. This was a fun twist on a regular jean jacket, so upon first glance I was excited about it. It would be cute with black jeans or over a simple cotton dress. Sadly, it hit me at a weird length that I just couldn’t make work with my longer torso. Returned.
Liverpool Collen Straight Leg Jean – $78. I’ve actually been looking for black straight leg jeans, although my stylist didn’t know that. Sadly, there are only a few brands of jeans that fit me well, and this isn’t one of them. Returned.
In the end, I forfeited my $20 styling fee and sent everything back. After twenty fixes, I’m starting to feel like it’s time for me to move on to another subscription box. What are you thoughts? Do you love or hate Stitch Fix? What other subscriptions should I be checking out?