Looking to Try Stitch Fix for the First Time? Check Out These Items in My August 2020 Stitch Fix!
My August 2020 Stitch Fix box is here! Check out what I liked, what I loved, and what I sent back. Plus $25 toward your first Fix!
My August Stitch Fix box finally came!
You guys: looking forward to my Stitch Fix box is like looking forward to Christmas! I get so excited when it arrives!
I loved what my stylist sent in my June Stitch Fix box. This month, I asked my stylist to send me more “summery” type items: shorts, sleeveless tops, and summer dresses. I also adjusted my style profile to not include shoes, since my last 2 fixes came with shoes that I wasn’t really a fan of.
Let’s see what came inside my August Fix!
First, How Does Stitch Fix Work?
If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix (or don’t know what the heck it is), let’s review what you need to know:
- Stitch Fix a personalized styling service that sends you clothing, accessories, etc. tailored to your specific style.
- You fill out a style profile on the Stitch Fix website so Stitch Fix can really get a feel for your style preferences. You will then be matched with a stylist that will choose 5 items for you based on your style profile.
- Stitch Fix is not just clothing! You can choose whether you want shoes, accessories, and more sent to you as well!
- You only pay for what you keep! You’ll pay a $20 styling fee that will be applied toward anything you keep. Whatever you don’t want, send it back (with free shipping) without any obligation!
- Stitch Fix is not just a “monthly” subscription service. You can choose to have your Fix’s sent on demand. Meaning, you can receive boxes as often (or least often) as you want.
- Most importantly: You can get $25 toward your first Stitch Fix box by clicking here!
My August 2020 Stitch Fix Review
Ok, the first thing that I want to mention is that I got earrings as one of my 5 items (which I didn’t photograph). And it kind of just felt like….a waste. I would have much rather enjoyed another item of clothing instead.
BUT, in my stylist’ defense, jewelry was one of the things I said I’d be open to receiving on my style profile. I’ve since gone and changed that so I won’t receive jewelry in the future.
Talina Tie Front Blouse
I really wanted to love this blouse from West Kei, but I just wasn’t feeling it once I put it on. I think it’s a top that would look great dressed up or down, but since I’m a SAHM….my style is definitely more on the casual side. Plus, these 3-quarter length sleeves ain’t gonna work in this Texas heat! At the end of the day, I thought it was cute, but I felt like I really wouldn’t wear it that often.
Final verdict: Cute, but not my style.
Chloe Rolled Cuff Shorts
Ok, I’m gonna let you take a stab at what I thought about these shorts based on the expression on my face.
If you guess “hated them”, you’d be correct. I didn’t understand these Liverpool shorts at all, and they’re definitely not my style. They were elastic, which was a small plus, but I felt like they were just way too long.
Also, if you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen an Instagram story where my husband put these on….and they fit. 😳
Final verdict: Nope.
Tempesta Lace Detail Tank
I like that my stylist sent me a sleeveless top, but this also was not a keeper for me. Although I love floral prints on other things, I’m realizing that I’m not a fan of wearing them. That’s something I will be able to include on my feedback for my stylist to know so she can skip over these kinds of prints in the future.
Final verdict: Not a fan a floral prints.
Amandine Knit Dress
I absolutely loved the fit of this Kaileigh faux-wrap dress! The material was amazing, and the fit was super flattering. But…the dang floral print! If the print had been different or even a solid color, this definitely would have been a keeper for me.
Final verdict: Love the fit, not the print.
Although I didn’t keep any of the items in my August 2020 Stitch Fix, I still always count it as a positive experience. With each item I don’t like, I can leave my stylist feedback on what to avoid sending me in the future. And for items I love, I can tell her to send more pieces like that my way!
Remember, during your first few Fixes, your stylist is still trying to “learn” you. In the beginning, your stylist is really only going off of your style profile, so leaving feedback for each item you receive is so important in helping your stylist choose the best items for your next Stitch Fix box!
Get Your Stitch Fix Today!
If you haven’t tried Stitch Fix, I urge you to try! It truly is a risk-free shopping experience, all without ever leaving your home. To try Stitch Fix and get $25 towards your first box (um, yeah….that’s $25 of free clothes), click here!