I told you honestly – my first Stitch Fix did not go so well. The tops didn’t fit quite right and I was a little shocked by the prices. But I had told by many friends their second and third fixes were better than their first, so I decided to give Stitch Fix another try! And I’m glad I did!

Stitch Fix 2

The sizes and styles were much better, and although the prices were still more than I usually spend on clothes, they were MUCH less than my first fix! I even decided to keep one item! Here’s a little rundown of what I got…

{forgive the pictures – had to snap them in my room during naptime – too cold outside!}

Stich Fix 2 Scarf

Rebecca Plaid Knit Infinity Scarf from 41Hawthorn – $38

Probably the comfiest scarf I’ve ever tried on, but I just really don’t need another scarf right now!

Stitch Fix 2 Black Cardigan

Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan from 41 Hawthorn – $48

Great fit, great basic piece, again, just don’t need it right now!

Stitch Fix 2 Maroon Dress

Jonni Lace Hem Detail Dress from Peppermint – $48

Oh my goodness, I REALLY wanted to keep this dress and wear it for Christmas, but alas, it was just a little too small and a little too short! I’m directing the kids for a choir piece on Christmas Eve and I need to be able to raise my arms without flashing the congregation!

Stitch Fix 2 Striped Shirt

Corinna Striped Dolman Top from 41Hawthorn – $48

This top fit perfectly and was SUPER soft. If I had kept two pieces, this would have been the other one.

And the winner was…

Stitch Fix 2 Green Shirt

Cherise Tab Sleeve Henley from 41Hawthorn – $48

The color is my favorite. The cut was different than any other shirt in my closet. And the fabric is just perfect to be dressed up or down!

One of the most fun things about Stitch Fix is getting a personal note from your stylist along with pictures of several styling options for each piece. If that doesn’t make a girl feel special, I don’t know what will!

Margaret, my stylist, had taken into account my notes from my first fix, including price and fit, and made great adjustments. And from what I’ve seen with my other friends who do Stitch Fix, each box gets better and better with your feedback! I SO appreciate the time they put into picking just the right things for each fix!

I still can’t afford to do this very often, but maybe every few months I’ll save up the money to make this splurge! And if you want to give it a try, you can click here to sign up and I’ll get a little spending money for referring you! {And you can do the same once you sign up with your own referral link!}

Have you given Stitch Fix a try? How did it go for you?