August Stitch Fix

You nailed it Stitch Fix! This was by far my favorite fix yet and I ended up keep all five things for the first time.

If you are new to Stitch Fix (<– my referral link), here is a quick run down – Stitch Fix is a personalized styling service, perfect for those of us who aren’t the best shoppers or who love shopping but buy the same types of things over and over. Personally, I joined Stitch Fix in the hopes they would send things I’d never dream of trying on and so far that’s exactly what I have gotten.

You create your own style profile online by answering various questions (which you can update at any time) then you schedule a “fix” for delivery to your house for a $20 styling fee. Each fix comes with 5 items (a mix of clothing and accessories) and you can choose what you want to keep after trying everything on in the comfort of your own home.

If you want to return things, Stitch Fix sends a self-address envelop that you just put everything in and pop into the mailbox. If you decide to keep certain items, the $20 styling fee is deducted from your total and if you keep all five items an additional 25% is taken off your total!

Now on to the fun stuff…here’s what I got!

Stitch Fix

Yolanda Woven Buckle Detail Bag

This bag is super cute and doubles as a tote and a cross body. It’s nice and big to fit all my stuff too! I will probably mostly use it as a cross body because I’ve been loving the “having my hands and arms free” thing lately.

Kiera Nautical Stud Set

I requested these after seeing them on Sarah Fit‘s blog or one of her videos (forget which), and I got them. Thank you Stitch Fix! These are so cute and a perfect for my style and wardrobe.

Coco Swiss Dot Lattice Detail Blouse

I fell instantly in love with this top and wore it to work the day after I got my fix. Funny story – a woman I work with got the same shirt in her latest fix and we bonded over a shared love for Stitch Fix! #smallworld

Palacio Abstract Print Colorblock Tank

This is so colorful and just brighten my day when I look at it! I haven’t worn it yet but I know it will be perfect with jeans or black skinnies for work or with cute shorts for a date night SL!

Annah Ombre Dyed Hooded Sweatshirt

Sweatshirt is a bit too heavy of a word for this top, its more of a long sleeve T with a hood. I wore it out to the after party post-wedding this weekend and it was perfect for the coolish summer night. I took a pic of me in it but it same out too dark to share.

Other Stitch Fix Posts

Stitch Fix Style Board

Snow Day Package

My Second Stitch Fix

My First Stitch Fix

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Stitch Fix Style Board

One of my fav companies lately is Stitch Fix (<– my referral link). If you have been reading this blog for any length of time you will see them pop up here and there (like in this post and this post and this post¬†oh…and this post). I love coming home to a pretty little package on my doorstep filled with fun new clothes and jewelry! Who wouldn’t?!?

style board

This morning Stitch Fix posted a blog on creating your perfect Pinterest style board. Genius! These boards will help out the stylist at Stitch Fix when they are choosing items for fixes. I immediately knew I HAD to make one.

Steps 1 and 2 in the blog I already had covered so I moved on to step 3, Make a Stitch Fix Style Board.

Stitch Fix inspo board

Step 4 is to start pinning! I think I have that covered. I could pin all day! Step 5 is to pin from the Stitch Fix Pinterest boards. All over that one as well!

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The next step is important to help your style get to know your personal style better. Labeling pin with why you like them whether it be, fit, color, detailing, will ensure you get what you want out of your fixes.

Step 7 is to add your Pinterest board to your style profile on Stitch Fix. If you don’t have a Stitch Fix account, you can do so here.

Now, just make sure to schedule your next fix and keep pinning away!