I went ahead and scheduled my 7th Fix for Friday, November 6th. Think I am a little addicted? Well, that’s because Stitch Fix IS addictive! When I checked out with Fix #6, I did my best to be as descriptive on all items I did not buy and included this final comment at the end:
“I know my height is an issue and it’s tough to find things to fit someone so small. I will take that chance and continue to order but get frustrated when it feels like my stylist ignores my specific dos, don’ts and items I need. The colors are much better than past Fixes but the items are still styles I do not like but maybe there are only so many items available for my size at my price point. I will keep ordering for the fun of it but have been doing a lot more shopping to find things I need in my wardrobe on my own. Also, I use Pinterest exclusively to show styles and pieces I want and need so please check that before sending my next Fix. Thank you!”
I probably should mix up what I ask for – maybe go with some pants next time but I need what I need, right? I will look around on my own if I have time in month but just in case, I asked for pretty much the same thing again. Here is my Stylist Note for the next one:
“Need fitted business/work tops, sweaters or short cardigans only, no long/boxy cuts. Still would like fall/winter dresses that could be professional for work or dressed up for going out. Have a lot of purple/maroon for fall so need other cold season colors-orange, bright red, royal blue, kelly green, pink, etc. Would love pretty scarfs to pair or maybe a short blazer. I have a lot of looks on my Pinterest page I like. Prefer not to tuck in shirts so the shorter, the better.”
I will keep reading other Stitch Fix bloggers and enjoying the items and experiences they have, I will keep using Pinterest to find outfits I like to give myself shopping ideas and I will keep hoping that maybe my next Fix will be better. But, I have to admit, I couldn’t afford to buy all 5 items in my Fix every time they went them so probably for the best I get a mix of things I love and hate – easier on the pocketbook because it would be tough to send back things that looked and fit fabulous every time.
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