Stitch Fix 45 Review: It’s All Good!

You requested it, you’ve got it: another Stitch Fix review! Spoiler alert: this time I kept all five items.


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Market & Spruce “Lorraine” Printed Short – $54

In my previous Stitch Fix, I had requested and received some printed shorts. They were cute, but the colors really weren’t ones I wore a lot and they didn’t have pockets (a deal-breaker for me!). So my stylist sent another pair for me to try in this Fix. They were perfect! The material isn’t too tight and has some stretch. The shorts are shorter than I’m used to, but not so short that I was uncomfortable in them. At $54 they were a bit out of my price range, but since I ended up buying all 5 items in this Fix, I received a 25% discount, making them much more affordable.

Verdict: Kept them

Stitch Fix Market and Spruce Lorraine Printed Short

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2. Liverpool “Betty” Chambray Shirt – $64

I have a darker blue chambray shirt, but I’ve been looking for one in this lighter color for spring and summer. The material is lightweight and has some stretch, and the length is perfect for either tucking or knotting. Also, this chambray shirt has sleeves with buttons to hold rolled-up cuffs. As a teacher who moves her arms around a lot when teaching, this is much-appreciated. Again, $64 was a little higher than I am used to paying for a shirt, but Liverpool is a great brand and I did get the 25% off.

Verdict: Kept it

Stitch Fix Liverpool Betty Chambray Shirt

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3. Just Black “Rogers” Boyfriend Jean – $78

These jeans are SO comfortable! They feel like a cross between comfy leggings and jeans. I like that they are on the loose side. One thing I didn’t like is that they are just too long on me. In this photo I cuffed them, but I have since cut them off to be raw hem crops of about the length you see here. I like them so much better that way! These jeans have just the right amount of distressing — I’ll definitely be able to wear them to school or church.

Verdict: Kept them

Stitch Fix Just Black Rogers Boyfriend Jean

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4. Sanctuary “Vechi” Twist Knit Top – $48

At first I wasn’t even going to try this tee on. I already have a plain gray t-shirt, so why would I need another? Then I lifted the shirt up to look at it and saw…..those….sleeves. They have little slits with a twist on the sides, and I love that it’s not open like a cold shoulder top. Instead, it’s more subtle and classy. Then it’s also got the twist so you don’t need to worry about tucking it in or letting it hang. This top is a keeper!

Verdict: Kept it

Stitch Fix Sanctuary Vechi Twist Knit Top

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5. Kaileigh “Cara” Mixed Material Tank Top – $48

This is my favorite piece in the whole set. The front side features gauzy, breezy blouse material with a fun elephant print pattern. The back is a jersey-type material with stripes. Looking at this photo I don’t think I’ll be wearing this top with white jeans, but it looks fabulous with pretty much any shade of blue denim. Even better, this tank isn’t cut too low in the front, and the straps are more generous. It’s a tank you can move around in without worrying about coverage. I plan to transition this right into fall with cardigans and jackets.

Verdict: Kept it

Stitch Fix Kaileigh Carah Mixed Material Tank Top

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All in all, this was a great Fix. It’s been a while since I’ve purchased all 5 items in a Fix. In all 45 of my Fixes I think it’s only happened 1 or 2 times before. The total would have been $292, but with the “Buy All 5” discount of 25% off, the total came to $219. That’s still a lot of money, but it didn’t hurt so much in this particular Fix because I also happened to have a $150 Stitch Fix gift card to blow, so it felt like I was only spending $69. High five!


Speaking of gift cards, Stitch Fix gift cards are the perfect gift idea for those hard-to-buy-for people. They have Stitch Fix styling for all sizes of women, including maternity, they do men’s styling (REALLY wish I could talk my hubs into trying this….still working on it), and now they even have kids’ styling! My 9-year-old son reluctantly agreed to give it a try after I asked him for the millionth time. He hates trying on clothes, but it was the idea that he could do it at home instead of going….gasp….clothes shopping that tipped the scales in my favor. Watch for an upcoming post with his Stitch Fix Kids review sometime soon!

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