With Spring in full swing, I asked my Stitch Fix stylist to send me spring colored pieces I could mix and match for a few upcoming trips, work and weekend.
If you’re not already familiar with how Stitch Fix works, click here to learn more about the program. A stylist picks out 5 pieces based on a style profile you fill out when you sign up for the service. You submit a brief note to include any wish list items and special requests then your stylist sends you 5 specially selected pieces just for you. If you keep all 5, you score a 25% discount.
So let’s see all the hits and misses for this month’s Stitch Fix box…
This bright knit, lightweight sweater is like a ray of sunshine. I love it paired with my favorite pair of white jeans and it’s easily layered under a denim jacket. I can imagine wearing it with white shorts or denim cutoffs too this summer.
Jumpsuits are in this spring and it’s looking like the jumpsuit trend will continue this summer too. I love the easy-to-wear navy print in this jumpsuit. It’s perfect for an upcoming trip to a tour wineries for a friend’s wedding weekend. I can easily see pairing it with my favorite denim jacket and a pair of neutral sandals.
I loved the coral color of this jacket when I pulled it out of the box. It looks bright and springy paired with both the yellow striped knit top and the navy pattern jumpsuit. Unfortunately it just felt a little too big all over on me and wasn’t available in a smaller size.
Despite the fact that his is one of my favorite Stitch Fix brands, I wasn’t sure about the color of this top when I pulled it out of the box. I loved the fit of the top but in the end felt like it washed me out too much. A couple of months from now when I have a nice summer tan, I may regret sending this work-ready blouse back.
I was excited to try on this cute scallop hem skirt in a fun teal color. I tried it on with the polka dot 41Hawthrone blouse as suggested by my stylist and love the color combo. It even looked great layered with a black blazer for work to pull out the black polka dots in the top. Ultimately I felt like it was a little too short to wear to work and just wouldn’t get the wear out of it for date night or weekends.
THE OVERALL VERDICT
Overall, this Fix felt really fun and fresh for spring. A few pieces fell a bit flat in fit or color but on an unlimited budget, I could have easily kept everything. All of the pieces were very wearable and fit my request for items that flexed from work to weekend and an upcoming vacation. As usual, I’m already excited for my next fix!
DISCLOSURE: The Stitch Fix link in this post contains a referral code, where I will receive $25 off my next order if someone signs up for a new account using my link. However, all clothing was purchased with my own money and I was in no way paid for my review of these items.