My Stitch Fix #2 arrived today. I was seriously walking out my door headed to the gym when it came. I could not wait to open it, so I didn’t. I was so nervous and excited at the same time to see what they sent me. Being my Stitch Fix #1 was not as I had hoped for. If you are not familiar with Stitch Fix you can see my post on my First Stitch Fix here. It explains exactly how it works and it’s my honest review. For this Fix I thought it would be fun to do an unboxing. I wanted you to see my first reaction when opening my Fix for the first time.
Here is what I got in my 2nd Fix:
Item#1 – Fun2Fun Holston Crochet Trim Solid Blouse $38 This really was so not my style. I don’t care for loose fitting tops and I have told them that twice now. Item #1 – Sent Back
Item #2 – Market & Spruce Sam Hi-Lo Short Sleeve Top $44 This was a light grey thin sweater. The materal was very soft, but it was so lose on me. It did not look good on me at all. Item #2 – Sent Back.
Item #3 – Caramela Benfield Heathered Drape Front Cardigan $58 I liked the way this cardigan looked and felt. It actually fit pretty well too. However, is was very flowing in the front and super long. It’s just not something I would wear often if at all. Item #3 – Sent Back.
Item#4 – Black Margaret M Emer Polka Dot High Waisted Cropped Pant $98 I was seriously LOVING the polka dots. I mean you know how much I LOVE polka dots! But when I looked at the price, I decided I did not love them as much as I first did. Yikes! That is a lot for a pair of pants. Not jeans, but pants. I then tried them on and unfortunately the high waist pants are not for me. I really wanted this one to work, because saying no to polka dots is not easy for me. Item #4 – Sent Back
Item #5 – Gorjana Maddox Double Bar Drop Earrings $48 The gold trendy earrings were not something I could see myself wearing because I have such short hair. But then again, maybe I could. They were very dainty and fun. But this is more then I would like to pay for jewelry. Item #5 – Sent Back.
So for my second Fix I was overall disappointed. I think I want to do it one more time. Three times a charm in my book, so three it is. Plus my mom and friends have all loved everything they receive. So next time will be The One! 🙂 And don’t you worry, I will be sharing my honest thoughts with you once again. I will also do another Unboxing video for you.
You can see my Stitch Fix #3 with Unboxing Video here.
Bethany @ The Southern Couture says
I have really been wanting to sign up and try it out but sometimes I guess I can seem cheap. It is hard for me to spend almost $100 for a pair of pants or $50 for earrings. I am afraid that everything they send me would cost way too much and then I would waste $20. Can you specify how much you are willing to spend? Thanks for the help. Have a great weekend!
Amy Tinnin says
The questions they ask do give them a good idea on what you would spend on a piece of clothing when you shop. And you can specify a price range on what you are willing to spend. I will say the clothes are a little higher in price, but they are very good quality. It took me a long time to finally decide to do it. I list the reasons I waited and the reasons I finally gave it a try in this post https://www.acupfullofsass.com/2015/02/my-honest-review-stitch-fix-1.html I hope that helps. 🙂
I gave it a try for 3-4 months and gave up. I am very picky and while I gave a lot of notes and feedback I never felt like it was considered. Some of the items were very cheaply made and I didn’t feel it was worth the price. I really wanted to like it because I love the idea of getting a surprise box but each month I was more and more disappointed!
Amy Tinnin says
That seems like enough time to know. 🙂 Fingers crossed for my third fix. I’m with you. I want to like it so bad. lol
I loved my first Stitch Fix Box that I received last month. I’m hoping my second one, is just as good. Hope you have better luck with your third box!
Hi Amy–this is Amy!!
I am anticipating my 4th box in 11 days. It was so fun anticipating the new items but I too have been disappointed. I have re-worked my pinterest page, my profile and my note to stylist in hopes of getting a better fix. I also just finished Carol Tuttle’s Dressing Your Truth course and it has helped me use the correct words to describe my style. http://dressingyourtruth.com/freecourse/
I found you through pinterest and i pinned your navy polka dot/cherry red outfit. Your style choices, your words and nature really speak to my own type of beauty as depicted by Carol. If you haven’t checked it out yet, try it!! Its fun.
Also, another blogger that i love-love-love Kelly from Primally inspired gets great fixes and she did this course.
Hopefully it will help me get a good fix on May 29th. I will let you know. : )
Amy Tinnin says
Thanks so much for leaving me a comment and stopping by! I received three Stitch Fix orders and I sent everything back. 🙁 Thanks so much for the info! I will check it out. Hope your 4th fix is amazing! 🙂