Stitch Fix June 2016 Review

June 5, 2016

Ever since my last Stitch Fix box was a home run, I’ve been dying to get another box. As soon as I made my last purchase, I scheduled my next box and have been counting down the days since (it sounds so cheesy but y’all, it’s 100% true.)

Here’s a quick rundown in case you aren’t familiar with Stitch FixStitch Fix is a subscription box that is delivered at whatever interval you like (most people probably do monthly but you can certainly do more than that.) You pay a $20 styling fee and receive 5 pieces in your mailbox. It can be anything from shoes to clothes to accessories. Your $20 fee is applied to whatever you keep from your box.

I was so happy with my last box that I requested to have the same stylist! Lucy, you did another fantastic job.

Stitch Fix Market and Spruce Spencer Jersey Dress

Market and Spruce Spencer Jersey Dress, $54

Obviously my stylist know that stripes (and navy) are totally my thing. Unfortunately, I just bought a dress very similar to this so it would be redundant to have both in my closet. I’m also not a huge fan of the diagonal stripes across the chest or the tightness around my middle. I’ll probably pass on this one!

Daniel Rainn Eliza Lace Trim Blouse

Daniel Rainn Eliza Lace Trim Blouse, $64

The last purchase I made from Stitch Fix was Daniel Rainn, so I’m happy to see another piece in my box! I love this turquoise color and the cut is super flattering on me. It’s a little bit sheer but overall this top is probably one of my favorite pieces in the box.

Finnegan Roll Cuff Chino Shorts

Dear John Finnegan Roll Cuff Chino Shorts, $58 / Harry Potter tank from Jordandene

I was super excited to try these shorts on when I pulled them out of the box, but was a little disappointed with the fit. I obviously love navy stripes but the leg holes (is that even the proper word?) are kind of huge on me. They look like they swallowing me! What do you think?

Market and Spruce Channy Open Cardigan

Market and Spruce Channy Open Cardigan, $54

This cardigan is so super soft and I love the length of it. Unfortunately the arms are a bit too snug for me and I don’t like that it doesn’t come across my chest. I also don’t think light pink/peach looks great on my complexion. I probably won’t be keeping this.

Papermoon Verner Crochet Collar Top

Papermoon Verner Crochet Collar Top, $48

I don’t know if it’s possible to express just how much I love this top. The floral pattern is gorgeous and the crochet collar is so soft and feminine. I’m a little disappointed at how sheer it is though, because I would need to wear something underneath (and normal tank tops don’t look right with the cut of this top.) I’m pretty sure this is my “pick of the box” but I want to hear your thoughts!

Any help on what you gals (and guys?!) think I should keep? If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix yet, I definitely encourage you to!

*I am a Stitch Fix Influencer and referral links are used in this post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own!*

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