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My Stitch Fix Experience

Ready to read more about my closet drama? I thought so….

In my attempts to start buying higher end, higher quality pieces, I joined stitchfix. I am sure everyone who is a blog reader has heard all about this service, but if you haven’t, Stitchfix is a styling service where you pay $20 per style and a stylist sends you 5 pieces for you to try on and see if it works for you. If you buy one of the pieces, they apply your $20 towards the purchase price.

When I signed up, I was so excited. Then I got an email with what I was getting and I was so bummed. In fact, I emailed them and asked them not to send it. They refunded my $20 but encouraged me to give it a shot and try everything on. I had to eat my words, friends. I was so wrong. I loved everything they sent me. In fact, I wish I had kept everything, but I decided the cost was so high. But I really wish I had kept every single item.

Here was my fix:

I got a dress. Look at me trying to have a fashionable shoot

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Then real life happened and Hermione decided it was her shoot and she LOVED mommy SOOOOOOO much.

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This top and the black pants. The top was super soft but it also highlighted how fat I have gotten this holiday season. BTWs the pants are the best pants ever and I kept them in a heart beat.

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This fabulous cardigan (really regret sending this back!) Also I shoot my fashion posts in Dr. Who socks…. by far the coolest fashion blogger eva’

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and finally, this plaid patterned sweater.

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