Stitch Fix – February 2014 Review

Stitch Fix day is my favorite day of the month. Last week my fifth box arrived and today I am sharing what I received in my fix. I love Stitch Fix because it is fun, easy and can be customized based on my own style.


Stitch Fix reminds me of the personal stylists that they have at Nordstrom or similar stores, except I’ll never actually meet my stylist and all of the items are shipped directly to my door. When you sign up, they ask you to fill out a style profile, where you specify sizes, price ranges, shapes, styles and any colors or patterns that you prefer. You pick a date that you want your fix shipped and they send you a box of 5 clothing and accessory items hand-picked based on your style profile. You can schedule one delivery or sign up for automatic monthly deliveries. You pay a $20 styling fee for each box, which also includes delivery. The $20 styling fee is applied as a credit towards anything you keep from your box. If you purchase everything in your box, you receive 25% off the entire purchase.

To learn more about how Stitch Fix works and to read the reviews of my other fixes click below:

Stitch Fix – October 2013 Review
Stitch Fix – November 2013 Review
Stitch Fix – December 2013 Review
Stitch Fix – January 2014 Review

After my last fix, I received a personal e-mail from Lily at Stitch Fix. She recommended that I leave even more detailed feedback about what I liked and didn’t like from my last box and whether I had any specific requests for my next box. I provided more detailed feedback and listed exactly what I wanted in my next box. I went into detail about what colors I loved and what styles were my favorite. I specifically requested a scarf, pencil skirt and blouse.


So here is my fifth Stitch Fix box:

*Please excuse the pathetic expressions, lack of make up and pasty white skin. Thanks 🙂

Stitch Fix - February 2014 Review

Here are the 5 items I received in my box:

(1) Daniel Rainn Zena Laser Cut Detail Silk Top -$78

I love everything about this top. It is high quality, light weight and works well with a pencil skirt or black skinny jeans. I’ve never purchased any items from this designer before but I looked online and found other similar styles that I really love. The cutout detail is gorgeous and I love the subtle peach color.

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(2) 41Hawthorn Judah Pencil Skirt – $78

In my feedback to my stylist, I mentioned that I love pencil skirts and wear them multiple times a week for work. This black pencil skirt is the perfect basic piece. It is a good quality suiting material. I would definitely have kept it if the sizing was right, but it was at least one size too big. I had it pinned in this picture. I know that I could alter it but the price was a little too high if I had to get it altered to fit too. (The pencil skirt in the pics above is one that I already owned.)

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(3) Kensie Monza Dot Print Mixed Material Blouse – $64

I love the style of this blouse. The mixed material is incredibly comfortable and the print adds a little dimension. The blouse is very similar to this one from a few months ago.

Stitch Fix - February 2014 Review

Stitch Fix - February 2014 Review

(4) Yumi Ava Burnout Striped Detail Belted Dress – $128

This dress isn’t something that I would pick out for myself. The quality is good and it fits pretty well. But it is a little too casual for work and too heavy for Florida spring/summers.


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(5) Look by M Zannie Lightweight Geometric Print Scarf – $32

I specifically requested a scarf and my stylist picked the perfect one. I love this scarf. The colors are gorgeous and it is relatively light weight.

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Stitch Fix - February 2014 Review


The winners from this box were #1 (Daniel Rainn Zena Laser Cut Detail Silk Top), #3 (Kensie Monza Dot Print Mixed Material Blouse), and #5 (Look by M Zannie Lightweight Geometric Print Scarf).

If the skirt fit, I would have kept it. And I may regret that I sent the dress back, but I’m trying not to add too many pieces to my closet that I can’t see myself wearing often. Overall, I really loved this fix. My stylist described this fix as a romantic girly feel and I completely agree. I have to admit, the pieces that I have received from Stitch Fix are some of my favorite pieces in my closet.

If you want to try Stitch Fix, go here to sign up!

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I signed up for Stitch Fix and purchased the box myself. I’m sharing my opinions because I think they will help others. This post does contain referral links for new sign-ups that gives me a small credit towards my next box.