Stitch Fix Show & Tell

Hey there! I'm linking up again with Barb from Ruby Slippers Blog Design for her Show & Tell linky.
Today I'm sharing my Stitch Fix with you. If you haven't heard of it, it's a simple way to have someone else choose clothes for you based on a detailed profile you complete when you sign-up. It costs $20, but that was credited toward the item I chose to buy.

When the box arrived Saturday I opened it right up!

 Inside were two cute tops. I loved the color of this one. It's actually more peachy than these pictures show. I really liked it one me, but it was too sheer for school.
 So I tried on this one. I love, love, love the color! And I really liked the way it looked on too (I'm just to self-conscious to show picture of me wearing them... hence the hangers). I never thought I'd like that type of neck line, but I really did. That's the reason for trying Stitch Fix- I was hoping I'd get some styles I might not choose for myself but would like once I tried them. And it worked!
These was a beautiful mint green infinity scarf
And this cardigan sweater that I fell in love with! Our budget is a little tight right now, but I was determined to keep one item and I knew this was the one before I even tried it on.
I took this picture of the back because I love the knot and the style it gives the sweater.
Cardigans are one of my favorite things to wear! The layers are good for the weather here.

If you're thinking of trying Stitch Fix, here's a referral code you can use that gives me a $25 credit, if you'd be so kind.

I'm so glad I tried Stitch Fix! It was so easy! When you sign up you're assigned a personal consultant who chooses clothes based a detailed profile you fill out and your pinterest board, if you have one. It's amazing how well Pamela did in choosing clothes that were just my style. My next box is set to arrive mid-August. Woohoo!

P.S. Check out this giveaway! Just click on the image.


  1. Cute clothes from Stitch Fix! I really wasn't that impressed with my first Fix, but I keep seeing so many cute choices on everyone's blogs that I think I might need to give it another try! If you'd like your chances at another great giveaway, I am hosting one on my blog for 2 children's books, 2 packets of activities, and $25 to Amazon OR TpT. Check it out!

    1. I was surprised how much I liked my Stitch Fix. Hopefully the next one is as good! And hopefully you'll be happier with yours if you try again. I'm on my way over to check out your giveaway.

  2. I have never heard of Stitch Fix. It makes think of a mail order "What Not to Wear". I don't venture out of my style ( or lack of style lol) so I'm not sure it would work for me. I really love the black and white sweater, it has very cute detailing on the back. I like both of the blouses, but I'm like you, I don't want see through.
    I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

    1. Sounds like you and I definitely have something in common! The clothes in my closet are all fairly similar. It's not till someone else suggests it that I try anything too different, sadly. The questionnaire you fill out is extremely detailed, so you may be pleasantly surprised at what you get. It's all a gamble, I suppose.

  3. I've never heard of Stitch Fix either. I wonder if it's in Canada, too, or at least a Canadian version.
    The cardigan you're keeping is VERY cute. I like that reddish coloured top with the swishy neckline, too!
    Thanks for linking up, Chrissy!


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