I’m totally in love with the Stitch Fix Plus Size Clothes I’ve been getting in my Stitch Fix boxes. Seriously…each one is better than the last! I got another Stitch Fix box this week and it was amazing! I was really tempted to keep everything in my box! It’s gotten to the point that rather than going shopping for what I need, I send a note to my Stitch Fix stylist with the items I need and then request another Stitch Fix box. I know that sounds crazy, but with my busy schedule it’s been a lifesaver!
Stitch Fix Plus Size Clothes from my June Box
The first top I tried on from my Stitch Fix box is this gorgeous top from Papermoon. I’m a huge fan of animal print and I also like a cold shoulder top that’s cut to allow me to wear my Ruby Ribbon cami. What really sold me on the top though was the strap details on the back! Isn’t this top so fun!?!
The denim shorts I’m wearing also came from this box. I’ve been struggling to find a pair of plus size denim shorts that don’t look like they should be worn by a 70 year old lady or a 12 year old girl. There just didn’t seem to be much out there in terms of plus size denim shorts. The shorts were actually the whole reason I requested this box, so I was thrilled that they fit so well. They were a great length (although a little longer than what I’d typically wear).
Next up was a Plus Size blouse from 41 Hawthorn. My stylist knows I love all things polka dotted, so she sent this blouse.
I really wanted to love this top, but I think it’s too big and not at all flattering. I’m wearing the denim shorts again with this top. I also think this blouse looks weird in the back.
My stylist also sent 2 fabulous plus size dresses.
This first dress is a plus size t-shirt dress. I absolutely loved the fabric and the cut. The only problem was that it’s too big. It looks way better in the picture than it does in person.
I love the combo of cold shoulder and ruffled sleeves!
Last but definitely not least is this plus size dress. It fits like a dream. The only drawback is the color & pattern combo. It’s totally not what I’d normally wear.
I tend to go with bolder patterns and I’m not a big fan of anything peach or orange.
But it seriously fits like a dream!!! I really wish it was available in another color and pattern!
See what I mean? What do you think of my Stitch Fix Plus Sizes clothes box? What should I keep???
Considering Stitch Fix? Here’s the deal:
If you’ve never tried Stitch Fix, here’s how it works. You sign up and then fill out a questionnaire about your sizes, your style preferences and more. They even ask you how much you like to spend on various pieces of clothing so they can send you a box that fits your budget. Then you choose how frequently you want to receive your style fixes. Once you’ve done all that, schedule the date you want your fix to arrive and sit back and wait. Your personal stylist will take into account your likes and dislikes and will get your box ready to go. Then once your box arrives, you’ll have 3 days to decide what you want to keep and what you want to send back. There is a $20 styling fee, but when you decide to keep an item in your box, your $20 styling fee is applied to that purchase. If you decide to keep everything in your box, they offer you 25% off your entire purchase. If there are items in your box that you want to send back, simply use the prepaid envelope to ship them back. It’s easy peasy!