February 2015’s Stitch Fix

I love having a personal stylist shop for my wardrobe! Thanks to Stitch Fix, I can make that happen! Here’s my review for my February 2015!

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If you’re interested in signing up with Stitch Fix, you can do so at this link!

Last month I got my very first Stitch Fix – and I really enjoyed it!  So, I scheduled my next Stitch Fix for this month – and it came a few days ago.

When it comes, it’s almost like Christmas!  I love seeing what my personal stylist has picked out for me!  Even though this is only my 2nd shipment from them, I’m already hooked.  I expect the shipments to get even better as time goes on & my stylist gets to know my personal style even better. I pin as much as I can to my Style Board on Pinterest so she can check that out, but I know that working with me for a longer period of time will allow the stylist to get to know my fashion sense even more.

So, here’s what I got this month.

First up is Market & Spruce black tunic, which is a Stitch Fix exclusive. As soon I pulled it out of the box, I wanted to love it.  This shirt has everything I love in a top – a belted waist & a longer cut, the perfect things to flatter my figure.  The sleeves arrived buttoned up to the elbows, but when I tried to wear it that way – it was just too tight around my arms so I unbuttoned the sleeves and wore them down.  I’m larger busted though, and I was forced to unbutton the top button so that my breasts would fit into the shirt.  Even then, the second button was kind of stressed & I wasn’t about to unbutton that one too. For this reason, I’m just not the biggest fan of button up shirts. So, sadly, I had to return this one.

Mrs Happy Homemaker - Stitch Fix

The Lorena Hammered Square Collar Necklace that I had on in this picture, as well as the other pictures, was super cute.  But, I had issues with the necklace staying straight – the silver squares kept wanting to flip over to the wrong way (as you can tell from some of the pictures) so I ended up returning it too.

Next up is this Brixon Ivy Bixby Clover Print Blouse. Unfortunately, I had the same issue with this shirt as I did the black tunic from above.  It fit perfectly everywhere – except for in the bust..  It was extremely tight in the breast area so I ended up having to return it too.

Mrs Happy Homemaker - Stitch Fix Review

Now to this Papermoon Heline Textured Dress in teal.  I absolutely adore this dress. Blue is one of the colors that I know looks really good on me – and the fit of the dress was so flattering.

I totally fell in love with this beautiful figure-flattering dress, and I most definitely kept it! 

Mrs Happy Homemaker - Stitch Fix Review

I feel SO pretty in this gorgeous dress! Even with my pasty white legs…. 😉

Mrs Happy Homemaker - Stitch Fix Review

Last is this Nickolai Asymmetrical Button Jacket.  To me, I felt like it was like some sort of mix of a chef’s jacket & a leather jacket… and I didn’t care for it at all, so back it went.

Mrs Happy Homemaker - Stitch Fix Review

So, out of this shipment I kept just the blue dress.  I really loved the style of the black tunic so much, but it just didn’t fit right.  With a curvy figure like mine, it can be difficult to find clothes to fit right.  A lot of times, when something fits my bust area, it’s just way too big in the waist area.  Or if it fits my waist, it’s too tight in the bust.

But that dress made up for everything – it is just so fabulous, I can’t tell y’all how much I adore it!  The style, the color, & the fit!

If you want to sign up for Stitch Fix, you can do so at this link.

You control when & if you want a shipment to be sent to you.  There is a $20 styling fee, but that comes off whatever you buy – so if you are sent a shirt for $30 & decide to keep it, the $20 fee comes off of that making the shirt $10 out of pocket. No hidden fees anywhere, so no worries about any of that!

To see my December Stitch Fix shipment review, click here!