Fix Keepers

I recently did a StitchFix box. I’m sharing all the details of what was inside and which of were Fix Keepers! Read More.

The last StitchFix box I ordered was in 2016 when I was pregnant with my daughter. Needed some in-between clothing and style tips to keep the bump hidden before I was ready to tell everyone. The pieces were great and transitioned throughout all of pregnancy and after.

If you are not familiar StitchFix, it’s a subscription box service for clothes and style. You set your budget & how often you’d like a box (from every few weeks to only on occasion like I do). Then you’ll set your profile preferences by answer a bunch of question on how you like clothes to fit you and your size in a large variety of items. You’ll also get to like vs dislike different styles and leave comments for more about your personal style.

Your Stylist will curate a selection 4 clothing items and an accessory based on your profile answers. All items will be priced in the range your specified and there will be a $20 style fee. It will be credited towards anything you purchase in your box. Also if you keep everything you’ll receive 25% off your total purchase.

There will be a few style cards inside your box too. These are ideas on how to piece the items in your box with other items you might own in your closet. I always think it is super fun to see the different looks put together by the stylist!

This box I received a pair of super soft denim jeans that were too big. Right then I knew I wouldn’t be keeping the full box which was a bummer because I like that percentage off. STS Blue, $49.

I also received a soft brushed striped crisscross 3/4 sleeve top. It was super soft. A little bit big but really comfy. Could be cute with leggings and jeans. And white jeans come early spring! Emory Park, $38.

In my box was a Nike run top in in a really pretty pink. The fit was good and I liked it just fine but knowing the I wasn’t going to keep the full box, I didn’t want to spend $40 on a workout top when I am stocked on workout tops. (hello #teamEllie). Nike, $40.

There was also a long dusty long cardigan. This was also super soft and I really love the shade of purple. Could be worn with jeans, leggings, post yoga and even over a little dress in the spring. Papermoon, $44.

For the accessory piece my stylist picked out a Mandala inspired wrap bracelet. When I looked at my preview on my account I was convinced I was not going to like this bracelet. Then it arrived and I couldn’t believe how beautifully made it was. I immediately fell in love! Nakamol, $48.

I ended up keeping just the cardigan and (if you can guess it) the bracelet. I had an account balance of gift cards from my former boss so I walked away spending only $58 for both these items. Win!

For my husband’s birthday we did a quick lunch at Bravo while his parents watched the kids for us. I wore my current favorite high waisted jeans, a black velvet cami, OTK boots and the two new items from the StitchFix box. Perfect for a flirty casual lunch date to celebrate my number one!

Fix Keepers | Style In Shape

Cardigan: Papermoon from StitchFix Box
Cami: A New Day from Target
Jeans: Madewell from Nordstrom Rack
Boots: LC Lauren Conrad from Kohls
Bracelet: Nakamol from StitchFix (similar)
Purse: Mudd from Kohls

Tell me, have you tried StitchFix? What did you think? I’d love to hear your experiences!!!


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