I've written about two of the four Stitch Fix boxes I've received thus far. The first two were… eh. The second two? Way better. I believe you get out of Stitch Fix as much as you put in. Regular communication with your stylist, plenty of feedback, regularly updated profile, and access to your Pinterest and Instagram accounts can really help get the right content in your monthly boxes. And in my last Stitch Fix box was this jacket.
If you follow me on InstaStories you may have seen when this jacket arrived and how thrilled I was to get it. So often, plus size fashion is cheap, over-embellished, and downright tacky. I love how this jacket is classic styling, soft buttery suede, a nice rich color, well crafted, and the price quite reasonable for the quality. And receiving this in my Stitch Fix box proves that with time and communication, my stylist has really gotten to know me and my personal style. I wore this look this past weekend when Karl and I took a quick two-night getaway to National Harbor. I wore this look for sightseeing and lunch. The weather was lovely that day and this lined suede jacket was a perfect layering piece over my lightweight sweater tee. I cannot wait to see what will be in my next Stitch Fix box, it's arriving next week and I'll be sure to review it for you.
This experience trying Stitch Fix has made me a fan of the program, and I am so thrilled that Stitch Fix wishes to celebrate you by offering one Wardrobe Oxygen reader with a $200 Stitch Fix credit. This can be used to cover your monthly fee and to buy what items come in your Stitch Fix box that you fall in love with. Stitch Fix is available for straight and plus sizes, maternity, and even for men. There's a Stitch Fix for most everyone and this is such a great way to try the program and build a beautiful wardrobe. What a perfect gift for a loved one, whether it's Valentine's Day (it's not too late, this link directs you to emailed gift cards), a new mom, a college grad, or most anyone!