Stitch Fix Review: April 2016

Hi friends! Spring has finally sprung in Michigan and I have a new and colorful Stitch Fix to show for it!  My stylist, Kaitlin, totally knocked it out of the park with this fix.  Spoiler: I kept all 5 items.

Have no idea what Stitch Fix is?  Check out my post from earlier this month where I give you all the deets! The gist is this:

  • Stitch Fix is a personal styling subscription service.  A box of 5 items (that can now include shoes!) is delivered straight to your door after you complete a thorough style quiz.  You have 3 days to decide what to keep and what you want to send back. Shipping is always free both ways and you have complete control over when and how often you receive a Fix.
  • Before receiving your Fix you are encouraged to leave a note for your stylist requesting items your closet may be lacking, things you’ve seen on Pinterest, etc.  That way your stylist has a starting point for curating your Fix.
  • Speaking of Pinterest, it’s one of the best ways to communicate with your stylist.  You can pin outfit inspiration, you can re-pin things that Stitch Fix themselves have posted (it’s always a good idea to follow them so you can see what’s new!) and items that are on your personal wish list.
  • Once it’s time to check-out, leave as much detail as possible about what you did and didn’t like in your Fix.  If you want to up the feedback even more you can upload pictures of yourself in your items to the app so that your stylist can actually see you in your clothes.
  • There is a $20 styling fee, but if you keep anything the $20 is applied to the cost of that item.

If there’s anything I haven’t touched on that you’re curious about or have questions about please leave them in the comments! Otherwise, let’s see what I got for April (I apologize in advance for the no-makeup photos!):

41Hawthorn — Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan ($48)

Anyone who knows me knows that yellow is my favorite color.  This lightweight cardigan was a no brainer for me!

Lila Ryan — Micah Released Hem Distressed Skinny Jean ($98)

I specifically asked my stylist for white denim in this fix as the pair I currently have are ready to be retired.  Kaitlin sent me these distressed ones and I LOVE them.  The released hem is such a cute detail, and they fit perfectly.


London Times — Evaline Eyelet Dress ($78)

I have a dress that’s very similar to this orange but it’s dressier so I don’t wear it very often (I actually wore it to our law school graduation)!  This one can be dressed up or down depending on shoe choice, jewelry, etc.  I also love the eyelet detail (it’s not very apparent in the photo but adds a lot to the dress).  I also find the fit to be flattering since it starts to flare out right below the rib cage.


Market & Spruce — Lawford Knit Top ($58)
I have a navy and whit striped t-shirt in my closet (Mossimo brand! I love target) but this top is much better quality.  It’s extremely soft and the sleeve length can be either 3/4 or how you see pictured here.  The v-neck on this shirt is also outlined in brown leather which is unique feature.  I’m wearing the top with the same distressed jeans mentioned above.


41Hawthorn — Carla Crotchet Detail Blouse ($58)

This is a really pretty reddish/color blouse; I love the color!.  The cut out detail is pretty and unique.  This top could easily be worn with jeans for a casual look or dressed up for work with a pencil skirt.


I hope you enjoyed seeing my April fix!  Stay tuned for May fix which will be here in a few weeks!  What do you think about the items I kept? Have any of you given Stitch Fix a try yet?  Let me know in the comments!


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More about Kyra

Kyra is a wife and dog mom to an adorable French Bulldog. Attorney by day and health/fitness blogger by night. Lives, works, plays, and eats in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


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