I received my Stitch Fix February Box and I am sharing all of the details. Check out what I got in my latest Clothing Box and see what Stitch Fix is all about!
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Stitch Fix Review February 2020
It is always a good mail day when I receive one of my favorite clothing subscription boxes. If you have been following me awhile, you know that I receive both Trendsend and Stitch Fix Clothing boxes every few months. I find that it is the perfect way to shop from clothing–in the comfort of my own home and someone else picks out the clothing for me! Now, you can take a peek at what I received in my February Stitch Fix box and what I decided to keep and return!
What I Got
As always, I received five items in my Stitch Fix box which included 3 tops, 1 pair of pants and 1 accessory. You use the style profile to indicate what you are looking for and any type of items you do not want.
Pink Clover Tulip Hem Knit Top
The first item in the box was this Hunter Green Criss-Cross long sleeve top. It is a nice light weight material that you could carry into spring time. (Good option for St. Patrick’s Day).
The Criss Cross front is a flattering cut. The back of the top is longer than the front.
I’m always asking for casual, day to day options and this top is definitely a good daily look.
Verdict: Returned. I liked the style but I did not really love the color.
Cyrus Cowl Neck Ribbed Pullover
The second top I received with this Gray Pullover Tunic. It is a thicker material than the green top and really soft and cozy.
The top was a little bit on the bigger size, so I wasn’t sure if it was all that flattering. But paired with leggings it would be a very comfy outfit.
Verdict: Returned. As the most expensive top in the box ($68), I didn’t LOVE it enough to keep it. Perhaps if I would have received this top at the beginning of winter, I would have kept it. But right now, I am looking ahead to spring time and not buying outfits that are too big and bulky.
Liverpool Jeans and Kut From the Kloth Leopard Top
The next two items in my Stitch Fix box were paired together. Although, you may have noticed I wore these same pants with the gray pullover. These plum colored jeggings were so comfy. While at first glance I didn’t know if the jeggings would be versatile because of the color, I found that they really can go with a lot of tops!
The mixed material leopard top is so cute. I like that the leopard part of the top was a soft, blousy material and the rest of the top was a brushed knit material. It is a very fun top that I can see wearing over and over again.
Verdict: Despite really liking both of these items, they were returned. I really debated on the jeans, but I have had my eye on a pair of black jeans, that I decided to buy those instead. The top was really cute but I might have to admit that I have enough leopard print (for now).
Urban Expressions Tote Purse
The last item in my Stitch Fix February box was this tote bag purse. While admittedly, I do have a lot of purses, I really liked the style of this tote. The inside has two large sections plus a middle, zippered compartment. The tote bag I have been using all winter was just one big open purse.
This tote bag would keep me so much more organized. No more digging to the bottom of the bag to find my keys!
Verdict: Kept. The tote was priced at $54 and I debated a little because I know I can find good purse deals at discount stores. But I really liked the style and the organized compartments. Instead of searching for another option that might be a little cheaper (but I might not love as much), I decided to go with this one. I’ve been using this bag for a few weeks now and I love it!
How Stitch Fix Works
Do you want to know how Stitch Fix works?
Stitch Fix offers a clothing subscription service for women, men and children.
- You decide how often you want to receive a new clothing box.
- $20 styling fee. The fee is applied to your order if you keep any clothing.
- Stitch Fix offers women’s sizes 0-24W & XS-3X,.
- They also offer subscriptions for children! My daughter has a subscription to Stitch Fix Kids!
- The average price point is $55 per item but you can decide how much you are willing to pay for each category–pants, tops, accessories, etc.
- The Stitch Fix women’s line works with over 250 established and up and coming brands. There is clothing for every style type–classic, preppy, edgy, etc! They even offer athleisure clothing and shoes!
- 25% discount on entire order if you keep 4 or more items.
Stitch Fix Promo Code 2020
Now that I have been subscribed to Stitch Fix for over a year, I can honestly say I am pleased with the service! It is so fun to receive new clothing in the mail that is personally styled for me. I don’t always like everything and I don’t end up keeping all the items. But, Stitch Fix provides inspiration for me to come up with new looks for each season.
If you are looking to update your wardrobe this season, try out Stitch Fix this month!
Sign up now and get $25 dollars off your first order! You have nothing to lose as this credit will more than cover your styling fee.
I hope you will give it a try and you will let me know how it works out!
What would you have kept from this Stitch Fix box?
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