Stitch Fix Box This is my fourth fix, but only my second Stitch Fix review. While my first fix was great and full of items that my stylist had pretty much plucked directly from my Pinterest style board, fixes 3 and 4 were underwhelming. And full of things I don’t really wear.

Stitch Fix has awesome customer service, and they were super receptive to my please-look-at-my-style-board-and-I-REALLY-don’t-wear-short-skirts feedback, and this fix was great.

Colleen Straight Leg Jean (1 of 1)

Although I liked these Colleen straight leg jeans at first, after wearing them for the 20 minutes or so we spent taking these pictures, I decided the fit wasn’t that great on me. Plus, I already have a ton of dark wash jeans.  (The shoes are Blowfish.)

I ended up keeping this sweet Ilean crochet detail tank; I think it will be a good transitional piece between seasons.

Ilean Crochet Sleeveless Blouse (1 of 1)

Natasha Front Pocket Sleeveless Blouse (1 of 1)

I loved the color of this top–the Natasha front pocket sleeveless blouse–but it was a bit too loose and open on the sides, so it went back. (Anyone else feel like they’re having to wear a camisole underneath every.single.shirt these days?)

Moni Stud Detailed 3-4 Sleeve Blouse (1 of 1)

I almost kept this Moni stud detailed 3/4 top, but I decided it was too similar to some things I already own. The color is beautiful, though.

The bag is by Jo Totes

With my Jo Totes camera bag. LOVE.

This Andi ikat print maxi skirt was cute, but a bit too snug for me. I like my maxis loose and flowy. Time to hit the treadmill.

Andi Ikat Print Maxi Skirt (1 of 1)

My tips for getting a great fix: set aside at least 30 minutes or so to fill out your online style profile. Include a link to your Pinterest style board, and be specific about what you like and don’t like. Also, you can request specific items if you’ve seen something in someone else’s fix that you like.

Not sure how to fill out your style profile, because you’re not sure what you like? Spend some time in Pinterest, pinning every outfit that’s appealing to you, and tear pages out of magazines. Even if it’s something you wouldn’t necessarily wear, if it appeals to you–take note! After you’ve got a pretty full style board/pile of magazine pictures, look through them and see what the common theme is. Are you drawn toward bold prints? More classic styles? Lots of lace and florals? Use the looks that appeal to you as a basic guideline for filling out your style profile (and for shopping in general).

Happy Stitch Fixing, ladies!

  • Megan

    I felt so hopeless about my first Stitch Fix that I haven’t even gotten a second one. I asked for only wear to work type clothes and let them know it’s business professional. I guess work clothes aren’t their specialty, but it was just really, really off the mark. I don’t think I could have worn a single piece to work. Maybe I will try again since they apparently can improve greatly over time? Thanks for sharing your experience!

    • Caroline Grace

      Hi, Megan! Thanks for stopping in… sorry you were disappointed with your fix. :-/ I recommend e-mailing their customer service people ( and adding SUPER specific notes to your style profile. Good luck–let me know if you decide to give them another shot!!