It's ridiculous how excited I get when I receive a box from Stitch Fix. Silly, really but I DON'T CARE. I do not have time to go shopping and I have even less time to try to figure out fashion. Some are fashion savvy.....I am fashion clueless, fashion starving, fashion poor.
You get the idea.
I won't bore you with how Stitch Fix works- you can read that on my first Stitch Fix review or just go to the Stitch Fix website. I know ya'll want to get to the good stuff. Also, am I the only one who checks their SF account prior to receiving their shipment, and then googling the items to see if I can get a look-see before my box arrives?
I thought not.
Shall we get started?
Let's start with the NO's.
Biel Stripe Lurex & Dolman Sleeve Thermal ($48)
Verdict: Return as quickly as possible
Zenon Lurex Detailed Airy-Knit Sweater ($58)
Verdict: Return, return, return
Ivy Tulip Print Tab Sleeve Blouse ($68)
Verdict: Maybe. Still trying to decide if I want to pay $68 for a shirt. Also, this was the most expensive item in my *fix*.
Robin Maxi Skirt ($58)
Pacific Chevron Print Skirt ($48)
Talk to me- do you agree with my purchase decisions? What do you like or dislike in this Stitch Fix?
For anyone interested in trying out Stitch Fix, here is my referral link.