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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The Home Shopping Network of the Future

Have you tried Stitch Fix yet? If not, do it. It's basically a personal stylist who picks items out for you, ships them to your home where you can try them on and buy what items you want and send back the rest. You can get just one or you can sign up to get one every month.

I had the joy receiving my first Stitch Fix this week. It was AWESOME! Like a surprise birthday present and I didn't even have to age! Here's how my experience went:

Brittany Sutphen Stitch Fix

Comes in a cute box with a card and list of the items inside and their prices.

My 5 items

1. Ella Moss - Eban Striped Collared Button-Up Top - $98 
    Purchased: I can see myself wearing this casual yet classy shirt a TON. Especially when I start working in an office again. Each item comes with two outfit ideas, to dress up this top it was recommended that you pair it with a navy pencil skirt. I think I'll stick to jeans, thanks :) 

Brittany Sutphen - a little bit
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 2. 41Hawthorn - Enamel Sideways Chevron Necklace - $38
     Did not Purchase: Very cute but the quality didn't seem on for a $38 necklace

3. Dear John - Sabrina Denim Leggings - $78
   Did not purchase: Meh, black jeggings are black jeggings

 4. Missa - Koa Striped 3/4 Sleeve V-Neck Shirt - $68
     Did not purchase: Can't quite put my finger on what I don't like about this shirt. It's comfortable, cute, interesting but just... not.

 5. TCEC - Inka Anorak Cotton Hooded Jacket - $58
     Purchased: Even though I already have 2 jackets similar, this one is THIN and more like a sweatshirt. I can see myself wearing this as a comfy top instead of a jacket.

I hope you enjoyed going through my first Stitch Fix with me! It was a fun experience for me and I can't wait to get my August shipment. Now off the to mailbox to send back those jeggings ;)

If you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself, you can go sign up here. It's only $20 for a fix and you can use that $20 towards your purchases.