And this week, my second 'Fix' arrived. (When I originally signed up, I asked for automatic shipments, every other month.) I came home to this on my doorstep, a bigger box than last time.
What was inside? Another cute note from my stylist.
The Asymmetrical Knit Cardigan was okay, but it was huge on me and I have at least one cardigan like this already. Back it goes.
The Roan Knit Jacket was ok. It was way more cropped in real life and I'm not a cropped top kind of girl. Back it goes.
The grey t-shirt fit well, but really? That's the thing that was great in my box? Back it goes. There was a pair of DL 1961 skinny jeans what were ok but fit oddly in the 'rise' area. And I have about 10 pairs of skinny jeans already. Back it goes. And finally, a scarf. Which while fun in concept, was actually huge around my neck. Back it goes.
So, out of the 5 items, I decided to send all of them back. It was a little disappointing; I was hoping to keep at least one item. So much for my $20 styling fee. Boo.
I think the most disappointing part of my order was when I ran to the post office (in the very short 3-business-day-return-time-frame) to pop my 'prepaid' envelope with all the items into the mail. Here's their shipping policy from Stitchfix.com for reference:
How does shipping work?
I'm not sure if I'm going to do another 'Fix'. I did cancel my 'automatic fix' and simply scheduled one for February with more notes, hoping they would be able to do transitional spring clothing then. But, that's a long time away and I have plenty of time to cancel. I hope you found my little Stitch Fix journey helpful. If you have any Stitch Fix journeys to share, please do so in the comments section. ~ JH