Sunday, June 8, 2014

Stitch Fix #6 and A Giveaway

It's that time again. My latest shipment from Stitch Fix arrived in the mail earlier this week and I can't wait to show you what arrived. But before I do, I want to fill you in on some really big news from the company. You can now arrange to have a fix shipped every 2-3 weeks! No more waiting an entire month to see what new fashions my stylist has selected for me. Now my favorite mail delivery will arrive even more frequently. 
Stitch Fix personal styling service for the busy woman

Just in case you aren't already aware of Stitch Fix, let me fill you in! Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service. You complete a brief FREE style profile. This quick survey provides the Stitch Fix stylists with your sizes, clothing styles you prefer, and what kinds of items they should avoid. Then, for a $20 styling fee, a personal stylist will hand-select 5 items that she thinks will be perfect for you. 
Stitch Fix personal styling service for the busy woman

You have an opportunity to try the items on in the comfort of your home. Shipping is free. Mix the pieces with clothing and accessories that you already own to see what works for you. Keep the items you want, return the rest in the pre-addressed shipping envelope (returns are also free) and you are only billed for the items you wish to keep. It's that easy! PLUS, the $20 styling fee is deducted from the price of the clothes you choose to keep. Sign up with Stitch Fix today and get ready for some gorgeous clothes to come your way. 


Let's dig into my most recent fix!  There were some truly stunning pieces in my latest shipment. Make sure you read all the way to the bottom of the post. I'm giving away a Stitch Fix gift card and I don't want you to miss out on the fun!
Stitch Fix personal styling service for the busy woman

The colors alone had me at hello. Couldn't you just stare at this photo all day? 
gorgeous clothes from Stitch Fix personal styling service

This week my stylist was Alyssa. I'm not sure what happened to Carmen or Connie, but I was excited to see what Alyssa had selected for my big trip to Vegas for the SDE Kindergarten Teachers Conference in July. 
gorgeous clothes from Stitch Fix personal styling service

This fix included blouses, a sweater, a casual top, and a gorgeous dress. I couldn't wait to try on each piece. 
 gorgeous clothes from Stitch Fix personal styling service


At the top of the pile was a beautiful floral print blouse from Daniel Rainn.
gorgeous floral print blouse from Stitch Fix

The blouse was soft, flowing, and so feminine. 
The colors in the floral print were simply stunning. 
gorgeous floral print blouse from Stitch Fix

A navy blue cardigan was also included in my fix. 
This was a great match with the floral blouse. 
navy blue cardigan from Stitch Fix

Initially, I tried the cardigan and blouse on with a pair of dark skinny jeans from Kensie that were included in my April fix (that have since become my favorite pair of jeans). It turned out to be a lot of navy for one outfit, so I pulled a bright blue pair of cropped pants from my closet. The were the perfect compliment to the print blouse and dark cardigan!
navy cardigan and floral print blouse from Stitch Fix

I love how these pants made the colors in the blouse just POP.
navy cardigan and floral print blouse from Stitch Fix

Although I liked the color of the navy sweater, It was a little too shapeless for my style. I like pairing a loose blouse with a traditional fitted cardigan. I found a pale green cardigan in my closet that was a perfect compliment to my dark skinny jeans with the floral blouse. 
floral print blouse from Stitch Fix

My stylist also sent a beautiful coral crochet detail blouse from Under Skies.
coral crochet detail blouse from Stitch Fix

I love how the crochet panels make this lightweight top so feminine and the color was right up my alley. The coral shade is perfect for summer without being too bright.
pretty coral crochet detail blouse from Stitch Fix

This blouse was definitely a keeper. 
pretty coral crochet detail blouse from Stitch Fix

Next up was a printed top with stud details from Pomelo. 
 stud detail blouse from Stitch Fix

I loved the studs and the blouse was easily paired with black pants and black accessories. 
stud detail blouse from Stitch Fix

Unfortunately, the top was just a little too boxy for me.
It didn't look like my body had any shape at all under that blouse. 
stud detail blouse from Stitch Fix with black accessories

The fifth and final item selected by my stylist was a deep Fit & Flare from 41Hawthorn dress in a rich indigo color. 

indigo fit & flare dress from Stitch Fix

I was so excited about this dress and I wanted it to fit perfectly. Sadly, it was a tiny bit too tight and WAY too short. This is the only photo of myself in the dress that I was comfortable sharing with you. 
indigo fit & flare dress from Stitch Fix

The Breakdown

Here is a quick summary of my most recent fix:
Hydie Floral Print Crochet Detail Blouse from Daniel Rainn, $58, KEEP
Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan from 41Hawthorn, $48, RETURN
Mckenna Crochet Detail Blouse from Under Skies, $58, KEEP
Moni Stud Detail Tile Print Top from Pomelo, $58, RETURN
Bidy Fit and Flair Ponte Dress from 41Hawthorn, $78, RETURN

gorgeous clothes from Stitch Fix personal styling service


The Giveaway

Enter to win a $20 Stitch Fix gift card. It's enough to cover your first styling fee so you can try Stitch Fix for yourself and discover the fun of receiving your own fix in the mail. 

Enter to win a $20 Stitch Fix gift card!

Use the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win! 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Make sure you also stop by A Differentiated Kindergarten
My friend Marsha is giving away a $20 Stitch Fix gift card too!
Enter to win a $20 Stitch Fix gift card!

Sign up for Stitch Fix

Are you considering signing up for your first fix? I would LOVE for you to get started with Stitch Fix using my referral link (included throughout this blog post). I receive a small credit each time someone signs up for the service with my link. The credits help me offset the clothing costs so I can continue to blog and share my finds with you! 

Check out More Great Fixes
Click here to see more fashions from my previous fixes!



I'm linking up with the Pleated Poppy for What I Wore Wednesday. Stop by to see a ton of great fashions. 


10 comments:

  1. I love your stitch fix blog posts! Thanks for sharing :)

    Zoe
    Oh-the-Little-Wonders

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    1. Thank you Zoe! I always wonder whether my readers will tire of these posts, but I continue to get an enthusiastic response and I appreciate the feedback!

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  2. I love your flower blouse with the blue cardigan! Simply awesome! My Stitch Fix for this month is up on my blog as well :-)

    JoAnn
    Whimsicle

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  3. Ok, this is it! Too many people have been talking about Stitch Fix.
    Excited to try it out!
    That floral top is beautiful!

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  4. Love the floral top but I also love your watch! Where is it from?

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  5. What a great review, I would have definitely kept the pieces you did too. So pretty!

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  6. Hi Maria! I always look forward to your stitch fix posts, so please keep posting them! I am anxiously awaiting my first fix which is expected to arrive on June 23rd! I have been counting down the days :)

    Amber
    Mrs. Masters’ Kinder Love

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  8. Hi Maria!
    I love your Stitch Fix posts! I can't wait until the next one!
    I just got my first Fix today, I blogged about it too!
    Little Miss Teacher
    Megan

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