My 17th Stitch Fix Review and Giveaway

It’s that time again! My latest box from Stitch Fix arrived last week and I am SO excited to show you what was inside with my 17th Stitch Fix review on the blog. My personal stylist, Layla, selected five beautiful items just for me and the convenience of having those items shipped directly to my door is invaluable. If you’re already a Stitch Fix customer, be sure to pin your favorite pieces to your style board on Pinterest to show your stylist which items you would like to see in your next fix. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom of the post for your chance to win a Stitch Fix gift card.

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The first item in my February fix was the Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt from Olive & Oak ($48). This top was made of jersey and I am not usually much of a jersey fabric girl. I find it too clingy and I typically prefer to wear tops with a little more structure. I wasn’t an instant fan of the fabric but I adored the sophisticated playfulness of the mixed stripes and pop of color around the neck.

Olive & Oak Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt from Stitch FixI tried the top on with my Kensie skinny jeans and I fell absolutely in love! It looked great with my ballerina pink Tieks.

Olive & Oak Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt with Kensie skinny jeans from Stitch Fix

I also LOVED how well this ensemble coordinated with my new Paloma Leather Clutch from Popbasic. It has a rose gold zipper that added the perfect touch of chic to an already fabulous outfit.

Paloma Leather Clutch fro Popbasic

The entire outfit was perfect. Now I just need spring to hurry up and get here so I can start wearing cute flats and lightweight knit shirts again!

Olive & Oak Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt with Kensie skinny jeans from Stitch Fix, Paloma leather clutch from Popbasic and ballerina pink Tieks

The next item in my fix was the Kimmey Woven Trench Coat from Tulle ($88). I loved the slate gray color and the print. I am also slightly obsessed with outerwear so I was especially excited wait to try this piece on.

Tulle Kimmey Woven Trench Coat from Stitch Fix

I wanted to play up my feminine side so I wore a blush pink blouse underneath the jacket. The trench was very cute, but a little boxy for my taste.

Tulle Kimmey Woven Trench Coat from Stitch Fix

The back view of the trench was positively adorable.
It made me sad to return this item.

Tulle Kimmey Woven Trench Coat from Stitch Fix

The next piece was a black pair of Emer High Waisted Tall Trouser pants from Margaret M ($98). I actually received a size medium of these pants in my previous fix. They fit well, but were a touch too big around the waist and I wanted to see if a small would be a better fit.

Margaret M Emer High Waisted Tall Trouser pants from Stitch Fix

Unfortunately, the small was a little TOO small. I could fit into them, but since the pants don’t have a button or a zipper, they were a little too tight for comfort. Fortunately, they did fit well enough for me to snap a few photos.

Next up was a Rilo Graphic Printed Tab-Sleeve Blouse from Collective Concepts ($68). I already own a similar blouse with houndstooth print, so I was excited to try this blouse on as well. I love having chic tops with long sleeves to wear in the winter.

Collective Concepts Rilo Graphic Printed Tab-Sleeve Blouse from Stitch Fix

The blouse fit perfectly and looked effortlessly polished with my tailored Emer High Waisted pants.

Collective Concepts Rilo Graphic Printed Tab-Sleeve Blouse and Margaret M Emer High Waisted Tall Trouser pants from Stitch Fix

Finally, a Haldis Roll-Tab Henley Blouse from Skies are Blue ($58) was included in my fix. The navy blue color was rich and simply gorgeous. Skies are Blue Haldis Roll-Tab Henley Blouse from Stitch Fix

I initially paired the blouse with the black pants that I already had on. This would be a great outfit for me to wear in the classroom. It was comfortable but also looked polished and professional.

Skies are Blue Haldis Roll-Tab Henley Blouse with Emer High Waisted Trouser Pant from Stitch Fix

Since Layla had already awakened my Spring Fever with the raglan striped top and the gray trench coat, I decided to embrace the feeling and try the blouse with a pair of white capri pants and gold sandals. LOVE! Now I really need spring to arrive. My capri pants are a few years old and a little big on me. Hopefully Layla will send some cute spring pants in my next fix to go with my new blouse and striped top.

Skies are Blue Haldis Roll-Tab Henley Blouse from Stitch Fix

PS – my Paloma Leather Clutch also looked fabulous with this outfit!

Skies are Blue Haldis Roll-Tab Henley Blouse from Stitch Fix

And there you have it!
Five beautiful garments hand-picked by my personal stylist at Stitch Fix!

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? It matches you with a personal stylist and delivers hand-picked clothes direct to your door!

The Breakdown

Here is a quick list of what I decided to keep, and what I opted to return.

Mulliken Raglan Striped Knit Shirt from Olive & Oak ($48), KEEP
Kimmey Woven Trench Coat from Tulle ($88), RETURN
Emer High Waisted Tall Trouser pants from Margaret M ($98), RETURN
Rilo Graphic Printed Tab-Sleeve Blouse from Collective Concepts ($68), RETURN
Haldis Roll-Tab Henley Blouse from Skies are Blue ($58), KEEP

Try Stitch Fix for Yourself

Now that you have seen some of the fashions hand-picked by my personal stylist at Stitch Fix, try the service for yourself. You can create an online style profile for FREE. The process takes about 10 minutes and gives your stylist a chance to learn about your sizes, personal style and fashion preferences. There is no obligation to purchase anything. When you are ready, you can arrange for your first fix. For a $20 styling fee you will be matched with a personal stylist that will select five items that she thinks will be perfect for you. SHIPPING IS FREE.

Stitch Fix February Review

Once the items arrive, you have three days to try the clothes on in the comfort of your home. Keep the items you love, check out online, and use the pre-paid shipping envelope that’s included in your fix to return any items that didn’t work for you. RETURNS ARE FREE. It’s that simple. If you choose to purchase any of the items from your fix, the $20 styling fee is automatically deducted from the cost of your clothes and you can save 25% on your entire purchase if you choose to buy everything in your fix.

If you are considering signing up for the first time, I would greatly appreciate it for you to sign up using my referral link. I make a small commission that allows me to continue sharing this type of blog post with all of you!

Stitch Fix Giveaway

I love Stitch Fix so much, I want to share the joy with a Kinder Craze fan! I’m giving away a $20 Stitch Fix gift card. Use the rafflecopter below for your chance to WIN!

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Another Chance to WIN!

My friend Marsha from A Differentiated Kindergarten is also giving away a Stitch Fix gift card. Stop by for another chance to win!

 

Pin your Favorite Pieces

If you are already receiving shipments from Stitch Fix, let your stylist know what you love! Be sure to include a link in your Stitch Fix profile that leads to your favorite style or fashion Pinterest board. If you see something in this blog post that you love, pin it to your style board and let your stylist know exactly why you love it. You can also find even MORE spring Stitch Fix inspiration in these posts. Stop by and get ready to pin!

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Maria Gavin

Maria is a former kindergarten and first grade teacher, with 13 years of teaching experience. Her love and passion for all things early childhood is now fulfilled as a mom to two amazing kids. She loves sharing practical and creative tips and ideas that are perfect for young learners – in the classroom or at home!

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15 Responses

  1. I’ve been looking through your Stitch Fix blogs and I’m so excited to get my first FIX!! Thank you for helping to ignite my LOVE for clothes and fashion again!!

    1. Hi Julia! I am honored that I was instrumental in your newfound love of fashion and I’m so excited FOR you! I hope you love your fix when it arrives in the mail.

  2. I love your blogs about your stitch fix. I am usually about 2 weeks behind your fix. I have similar taste to you so I want to tell my stylist to follow you! Lol! The blue Henley blouse looks better on you than me so i sent my back ! Lol! I love stitch fix. Thanks for your posts about it!

    1. That’s so funny about the blue blouse. It was so flattering on me, but some other items can look so dreadful! Keep pinning your favorite pieces and hopefully your stylist will get the hint 🙂

  3. Love your reviews 🙂 I have pinned many of your pictures to Pinterest to help my stylist pick out my fixes! Thank you & please keep doing it!! 😉

    1. Hi Jayme! It’s important to me that I post content that continues to be useful and meaningful to readers of the blog. Thank you SO much for your feedback – I will keep them coming!

    1. Hi Nadia,
      The price range for my items usually ranges between $48 and $100. You get to set your limit and I make my limit a little bit higher because I don’t want to miss out on any really beautiful pieces just because they cost a little more.

      1. Agreed! I am in the same price point, hope I start getting something similar to yours.

        Thanks for responding. I love your page!

  4. I just got turned on to Stitch Fix and received my first last week. I love reading your blog – several of your pics have made it to my Pinterest style board for inspiration. Really what I want to ask though, where did you get the two tops in the last two photos of you holding the Stitch Fix box? The crocheted top and the dot top are both adorable! xx

    1. Hi Amanda,
      Those are both items I found at Marshalls! The pale pink one with the lace was purchased on clearance back in December. The one with the dots is a few years old. On the rare occasions that I do go out to shop, Marshalls and TJMaxx are my favorite places to grab a bargain. Thank you so much for stopping by and pinning your favorite styles. I hope you love Stitch Fix as much as I do!

  5. I am loving your blog! I’m also an early childhood teacher (I teach Universal Pre-Kindergarten at a public elementary school) and it’s so nice to see another teacher rocking some stitch fix style! Thank you so much for sharing all of your boxes with the world – it’s helping me narrow down what to pin for my stylist so that I can look classy in the classroom (for the five minutes BEFORE I’m covered in paint and snot and play-doh and somebody’s capri sun and the aftermath of a nosebleed and accidental sharpie marks and… I’m sure you know what I mean 😉 LOL).

  6. I’m glad you returned the Collective Concept shirt! I bought one in green on Amazon in the summer for $24!
    I love your Stitch Fix posts….especially because you dress modest and I can appreciate that! Thank you!

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Hi, I'm Maria.

I’m a former kindergarten teacher turned work-from-home mom. I still love sharing ideas and resources to make teaching easier, so you can focus on what really matters in the classroom. When I’m not working on the blog, you’ll find me chasing kids around the house with a cold cup of coffee in my hand (some things never change even once you’re out of the classroom!)

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