Stitch Fix Reveal June 2016

Another month, another Fix! Since it’s getting pretty hot here in NorCal, I wanted more dresses to be able to wear to work or weekend. Here is my Stitch Fix reveal for June 2016.

Want to know how Stitch Fix works?

1. Fill out a style profile – you will complete all sorts of questions on sizing, pricing, preferences, colors, etc. You can also write notes about likes/dislikes. Make sure to link your fashion board on Pinterest so your stylist can see what you like!
2. Order your first fix!  Don’t be discouraged if you don’t see your ideal Fix date, Stitch Fix is pretty popular! So I suggest picking a delivery date of your choosing and patiently wait. Your card will be charged a $20 styling fee (about 1 week before your Fix is shopped) however, if you keep any item (one or more) your $20 will be credit towards the purchase(s). Because of this I always recommend keeping at least one item or you are essentially giving away $20 for nothing in return. You will receive 5 items (made up of clothing, jewelry, and handbags…and now shoes). If there is anything you don’t want to see in your Fix (bottoms, shoes, jewelry, etc.) let your stylist know!
3. Decide what you want and what you want to send back (in a postage paid envelope)! You have 3 business days to do so – use this time to try everything on, see what you have in your closet that pairs well with it and don’t be afraid to say yes to something that you wouldn’t normally. The best part of Stitch Fix is being able to try the clothes on in your house. See if something you would have originally said NO to, would actually be a YES!
Just a note, this is not a subscription service. You are under no obligation to continue your Fixes or set them on automatic. You can schedule your next Fix when you are in the check out process of the Fix you received.
 If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments section below. Stitch Fix offers an awesome referral package, so much of what you see below will be discounted thanks to awesome people like you trying it out for yourself by using my link. Thank you so much, friends!

1. Papermoon | Waters Knit Maxi Dress (XS) | $68 KEPTWaters Knit Maxi Dress Waters Knit Maxi Dress

I am a sucker for maxi dresses…especially ones that I don’t need to hem. This dress feels amazing and I knew the minute I put it on, I had to have it!

2. Loveappella | Leila Knit Dress Short Sleeve Version | $58 Returned

Leila Knit Dress Leila Knit Dress

I really wanted to love this dress. It was a great shift dress and I imagine it would be great for a lot of occasions. But it was just a little too snug in the booty area to be appropriate for work.

3. THML | Kellee Crepe Dress | $78 ReturnedKellee Crepe Dress Kellee Crepe Dress

Gah, another dress I wanted to love but it made me feel hella pregnant. Plus the orange did nothing for me.

4. Skies are Blue|Keagan Knit Dress | $68 ReturnedIMG_6658 IMG_6663

I actually thought I would keep this dress but I have too many that are similar to it. It is a nice dress because it’s a heavy cotton instead of a flowy polyester.

5. Gentle Fawn | Corten Cut Out Back Top | $68 ReturnedIMG_6680 IMG_6681

I am returning this top, but because I need a small. The XS was a little too snug in my armpits and that would get annoying all day.

This Fix was great because it gave me a variety of dresses to try on. They weren’t all winners, but it allowed me to narrow down what I am looking for in my next Fix!

Have you ever tried Stitch Fix? What did you think? Leave a comment below!

 

 

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21 Comments

  1. Thanks for linking to my #bloggingedumacation: Adsense Custom Channels tutorial! Glad to hear it’s working for you!

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  2. Sarah wrote:

    This is also helpful! I’ll be sharing.

    Sarah
    Sweet Spontaneity

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  3. Such great and really useful information, and couldn’t agree more that it’s so important to keep you blog professional when looking to make money from it. I will be sharing this with other bloggers for sure! xx

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  4. I started using Amazon affilates, but it isn’t working very well for me. I write about books a lot, so I link to the books. The best tip that I got was to really just link to one main product (example: write about infused water and link to a specific water bottle).
    I signed up when I first started blogging, but didn’t have many readers, so they dropped me. I wish I had resigned up before Christmas because you’re so right that gift guides are great places to use them.
    You’ll probably cover this later in your series, but when I really see the most “profit” is just from referral programs. Like saving money on CoSchedule subscriptions, Stitchfix, and other things like that! But, that probably has a lot more to do with what I write about.

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  5. I just added the amazon affiliates hopefully it works for me. Lol I’m a little nervous about it.

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  6. Justine Y wrote:

    I’ve been a member of Amazon Associates and Google Ad Sense for a little while now, haven’t really made all that much, which is fine, but maybe I should look at how I have my ads set up. 🙂 Thanks for the tips, pinning.

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  7. Erin wrote:

    Shopsense is my favorite affiliate program 🙂

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  8. Brenda wrote:

    Thanks for the tips! I was thinking of starting to somehow monetize my blog in next 6 months, but definitely had zero clue where to start.

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  9. By Rosie wrote:

    Thank you so much for the tips, I actually had no idea how it worked. Now I do and I will get going with my affiliate links x

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  10. Aubrey wrote:

    i need to start doing this immediately! i’ve been putting it off for almost a year which is really stupid. my goal for march is focusing on my blog so maybe affiliate links can be a baby goal.

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  11. Karissa Ancell wrote:

    Great post and I pinned it for later so I can go through it more carefully.

    Posted 3.10.15 Reply
  12. I do Amazon links for products I talk about and Melissa Culberson’s products which I love, but haven’t had a lot of luck with other programs but I don’t use or talk a lot about mass consumer products, but I think for people who do it is a great way to get revenue!

    Posted 3.11.15 Reply
  13. Nadeen wrote:

    As Andi says. With doing travel, restaurant reviews and wine I don’t have a lot to choose from the affiliate links. I have had a few instances like my holiday gift guide that I could have used Amazon affiliates but I need to figure out finding links and how to put them into my blog posts. Thanks for the advice above.

    Posted 3.17.15 Reply
  14. Great post! Very informative and useful for me being a new blogger!

    Posted 7.14.15 Reply
  15. Tausha wrote:

    Gah. I think I want to try it. Just once. I’m just so nervous because I’m so used to thrift store pricing….can I request you to be my stylist? You know me.

    Posted 6.22.16 Reply
    • Lauren wrote:

      I can’t wait to style you, friend!

      Posted 6.22.16 Reply
  16. Kait wrote:

    I love seeing people reveal their Stitch Fix boxes. I had a really unfortunate experience with them, but I love some of your picks!

    Posted 6.22.16 Reply
    • Lauren wrote:

      Oh no, what happened??

      Posted 6.22.16 Reply
  17. Love all the fun dresses picked for you! I just tried Stitch Fix for the first time this month! I really like the service and I’ll do it again!

    Laura | Laura Aime Vous

    Posted 6.27.16 Reply