Note: Today's post is not sponsored by Stitch Fix. I am however an affiliate for Stitch Fix and will receive commission on any purchases. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Something Good!
After hearing from so many people about Stitch Fix for the past few years, I finally decided to dive in and learn more about it (and try it out).
For those of you who haven't heard of Stitch Fix before, it's an online shopping service that does all of the shopping for you. You provide your sizes, tastes, styles, and preferred price range, and their stylists create a specialized box, just for you. You can have a box sent to you as often or as little as you like (you don't have to sign up for any sort of subscription). Once you get the box, you can pick and choose what items you want to keep, and then send a box back with the items you don't want to keep. Stitch Fix will then charge you for what items you decide to keep. If you keep everything, Stitch Fix takes 25% off of your total order. If you don't keep anything, you'll only be charged $20 for the styling fee.
Before we get into my final opinion about Stitch Fix, here's my review of what I got.
I loved this dress. It fit perfectly and the material was so ridiculously soft. The navy long sleeve top is actually connected to the dress, creating a fun contrast to the dress. Also, you can't see in the picture, but the back of the navy top is open, so you can see the dress. The only thing I was iffy about was the curved hem of the shirt, which seemed to emphasize my hips a little bit.