If you haven't heard of the phenomenon that is Stitch Fix....Stitch Fix is a styling subscription service. When you sign up you take a survey about your sizes, your style, and pricing preferences (I went on the lowest end of the pricing scale of course), and then your personal stylist sends you 5 items to try once a month, bi -weekly, every other month, you choose. The fee for this service is $20, and that includes free shipping and free returns. And if you keep any of the items they send you, you get to deduct the $20 fee from the total.
If you keep all five items, you also get an additional 25% discount!
Vallerie Multi Stripe Scarf by Octavia. I'm a scarf girl, but I have a ton. I didn't scream "love" when I saw it, but it's so soft, bright and a great piece for spring.
Denna Skinny Jeans by Kut from the Kloth. These fit, they really fit. Super shocked they fit! I won't lie, I love "mom jeans", high waisted goodness to cover my warrior tiger strips (ie stretch marks). These are not "mom jeans" but still do their job well. I didn't get a good photo because you've seen jeans before, didn't want to bore you.
Sam Hi-Low Short Sleeve Tee. This tee is soft and the material is more of a thin sweater than tee material. I have more gray shirts than I need, so back it will go.
Last but not least, Zappo Printed Mixed Material Sweater by 41Hawthorn. It's a thin sweater material through the arms and back and the front is somewhat sheer chiffon? This one is very difficult for me to make a decision about. Opposite of the jacket, my daughter thought this was something her grandmothers would wear (whom are both very stylish BTW, so not a huge problem). Maybe if I wear the sweater with the jacket I'll average my age!?
....and ignore the leggings, I know leggings are not pants.
All in all I'm pleased with my first fix. Stitch Fix is good for my in-decisive clothing shopping habits . I usually end up buying and returning most everything I purchase that's not a black tee and the same brand of jeans I've worn forever. If anything it helps me think outside my box and try things I'd never try on in a store setting.
Honestly it was pricier than I'd like and not something I can do every month. I'm giving www.goldentote.com a try next, they seem to have a lower price point. I'll let you know how that goes soon!
If you'd like to check out Stitch Fix pop over here- Stitch Fix FYI, you (and I) will score $25.00 in credit when friends receive their first Fix if you sign up and share your link.