I guess I forgot to mention that I joined Stitch Fix. It’s a monthly styling service that sends five pieces of clothing each month based on your style profile. It costs $20/month plus the cost of the items you want to keep. But if you keep any items, you get the styling fee back as credit towards your clothes. Also, if you decide to keep all five pieces, you also get 25% off your order. Sound good? Sign up using my referral link!
This is my second Stitch Fix order, and I like it so far. I didn’t keep anything from my December order because I spent a lot on Christmas gifts. But I did keep two items from my January fix. This month I got a navy pleated dress, leopard sweter, faux leather jacket, plaid infinity scarf, and a cowl neck sweater. I kept the leopard sweater ($58), and the cowl neck sweater ($48). I mean, it would be criminal not to keep anything leopard! I feel sweaters are really nice quality and worth the money.
Now, some of the items are a bit expensive. So, not sure I’d keep all the items unless I absolutely loved them and had money to spare. I didn’t keep the scarf because I generally wouldn’t spend more than $20 on a scarf, and I already have loads anyway. This scarf was $35, which is too expensive for me. Though it was really pretty and soft! The faux leather jacket was $88, and that was too pricey for me too. Plus I thought the fit was too boxy. I also didn’t like the style of the dress enough to keep it. I think it would be nice for work, if my workplace wasn’t so casual.
I purchased the Stitch Fix service on my own, all opinions are my own.