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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Review: Stitch Fix-Fix #9

Hi Ladies!
Today I am going to share with you my thoughts on my 9th Fix from Stitch FixFor those of you unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, it is a personal styling subscription service. You can learn more about Stitch Fix and see my previous fixes on my Subscription Reviews page.  For this fix, I asked my stylist Jenni to send me items to transition me into the fall.

Onto the items that I recieved:
Kimono type tops have been a big fashion trend in both the spring and fall. I was excited to try this on when I saw it in the box. When I tried it on, I was a bit disappointed. I didn't like how big and wide it was on me. It felt like I was wearing a muumuu. Even adding a belt didn't make me want to keep it. These kimonos look totally cute on some people, it's just not for me.

Both the top and bottoms in the above picture came from this fix. Lets start with the top. I liked it and though it was cute. I liked the mixed material on it. It was a bit big on the bottom but other than that I liked it.  However, I don't think it was special enough to want to keep.

I was surprised to see jeans in my fix. It was the first pair that I have recieved. I was even more surprised to see a bright green pair in the box. The color was nice and different however, they fit wasn't great on me. I think think that they were meant to stop right above the ankles but they felt too short to me. They were also not the most flattering on my shape. I tend to get jeans that have more elasticity to them so that they are stretchy. If I really loved these, I would have paid $48.00 for them, but I didn't.

I wasn't quite sure about this shirt when I pulled it out. I thought it MIGHT be cute, but a little more pretty than what I normally wear. When I tried it on, I really liked it. Yes, its very casual and I'm sure I could find similar elsewhere however, I liked the fabric. It was stretchy and a very light sweatshirt material. I think this will be a cute shirt for the fall with a pair of jeans and boots. I was also happy with the price of this. I decided to keep this.


I knew right away that I loved this shirt. The style of the shirt and the pattern on it were definitely my style. The colors weren't ones that I would normally pick out for myself but I did like them. This is why I love this subscription service. The shirt fit great and the price was great too. I decided to keep this.

The two shirts that I decided to keep where $28.00 each which brought my total to $56.00. I already paid the $20.00 styling fee so my total came to $36.00. I  feel that Jenni did a great job sending me items I might not normally pick for myself. I really appreciate the effort that she made trying to stay in my budget range. This was the best priced box thus far. I was really happy with the quality of the items vs the prices for each item. I can't wait to get my fix for October!

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What are your favorite pieces from above? Post your comments below!

-Tanya xoxo

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