My biggest disappointment has been the price for the quality of some of the items. In this latest box I received 2 blouses that would have been $20 or less at TJMaxx or Marshall's. You can even get great blouses at Nordstrom for under $30 when they are on sale. So for Stich Fix to charge $60 for a similar quality item, I just can't get excited about that.
I have kept some lovely dresses that were a little more expensive, but also a higher quality and the price felt more fair, so for me it's been hit or miss. The people who have more luck tend to have a more casual wardrobe over all. If I've peaked your curiosity try it out: Stitch Fix.
|Brixon Ivy Sylvester Split Neck Blouse $54|
This was a pretty blouse, but the fabric was bleh, and I don't need one more top in my closet!
|Another cute top, I would have kept it for $20 or less, but not for over $50.|
|This was another skirt they sent. It was the same brand as the one above. You can't tell in this picture but it was a dark blue with a lattice texture. It was very pretty, but a little long on me and bunched up when I walked.|
So that is my 4th Stich Fix box. I generally try to just keep one item from each box, I kept the black print skirt this time. It's very tempting to keep more, but since reading Marie Kondo's book about the magic of tidying up, I'm much more picky about what I keep.