My First StitchFix – November Subscription Box Review

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So as you may remember, in my October PopSugar Must Have Box, I got a $20 gift code to use towards my first Stitch Fix box. I scheduled that for the beginning of this month, and it arrived right on time.

It’s a super fun concept for those that love new clothes but don’t always love dealing with the crowds at the mall. Basically, you allow one of their stylists to pick out 5 items to send to you for a $20 styling fee. You then get to try those items on in the comfort of your own home, decide what you like (or don’t like), re-package it up, and mail it back. Then, with the items you decide to keep, you check out online and receive $20 of the styling fee towards your purchase. If you keep nothing, the experience costs your styling fee. You can sign up for this monthly, or on an needs basis. There’s nothing to cancel if you don’t like it, which is great!

So without further ado, here’s my first Stitch Fix:

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Rigby thinks all boxes are for him.

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Staccato Black + White Striped Cardigan – This was pretty cute, but I just didn’t think it was worth the price. ($68)

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41 Hawthorn Plaid Knit Scarf – When I opened this, it loved it! Unfortunately, it’s just really too bulky for my small frame. ($38)

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Finley Burgundy Bell Sleeve Open Neck Sweater – The card suggested this to wear to work. Overall, though, the neckline is much too wide to make it work appropriate for all my nerdy male co-workers! ($58)

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Burgundy Henley Top – This was overall too loose, and not really my style. ($48)

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Calibri Plaid Printed Tab Shirt – Loved this. I’ve been wanting a more “girly” version of the flannel/plaid trend, and this was really cute. Dave said it looked like a PJ top, but I chose to ignore him. :) ($48 – $20 via PSMH = $28 cost to me)

Overall, I was really excited to receive this box and enjoyed the experience. Since I only kept one item, however, it may be awhile before I sign up for another Stitch Fix.

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NOTE: I would suggest that if you do order from Stitch Fix to please check your garments before keeping them! I almost didn’t notice the hole on the back of the henley, and if I had kept it that would have been mega disappointing.

Have you signed up for Stitch Fix? What did you think of the experience? If not, what’s your favorite item of clothing you’ve purchased recently? Look forward to reading about it in the comments.

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, but my opinions are my own, and I paid for this box.


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