Stitch Fix Reveal | Being Jane

Monday, March 16, 2015

Stitch Fix Reveal

This post does contain affiliate links, however I am not obligated to write posts for Stitch Fix, nor did they ask me to. All of my opinions and love for the company are my own!

Hey friends! It's time for a Stitch Fix reveal! I always have so much fun perusing my friend's blogs and seeing what cute items they were sent that month. If you aren't familiar with Stitch Fix, it is an awesome concept where you have a personal stylist analyze your clothing and style likes, taste, and profile that you submit on the website, and they customize your monthly "Fix" of five items, which is sent directly to your door!  I always lean towards the everyday clothing choices, and customize my fixes that way, but if I know I have a hot date night coming up, or a business event, I can change each Fix based on my needs or the weather that month!

I took a silly little unboxing video, with the help of my eager little daughter Emma who wanted to inspect every item as I took it out, so enjoy this little preview and check out the outfit posts below!

As you can see by my face, I was not feeling so confident in this maxi dress. I sure loved it before I put it on, but my tummy and hips just aren't ready for a solid-colored soft maxi. Every line and lump was accentuated and so I put it in the bag to send back. Maybe next month!

I LOVED this reversible black and white skirt. You can turn it inside out and have a solid black alternative. I wasn't sold, as cute as it was, because the waistband was a tad too tight for my post-baby "bump", but I am going to remember how much I love this cut on myself.


This high-low teal top hooked me! It had a soft, sweater-like feel but was still light enough that I could wear it in warmer months here in Arizona.

I have never been a fan of color block tops, and I don't think the fact that it was sleeveless helped my shape, but it was a fun try! I do like the color combo though. Maybe they could sew some cap sleeves on for me?

This embroidered top made me feel so chic and I really loved the ability to dress it up or down, no matter what I was going to be doing!

All in all I think this month's box was pretty entertaining and definitely full of versatility and pizazz! If you want to try your first Fix just head over to their website and get started on the fun!

What do YOU think I kept?


  1. I keep hearing great things about Stitch Fix... and I am dying to try it... I just have such a weird body type, I am afraid I would be sending a lot of stuff back regularly. You got some really great items though - you should keep the blue top (even though it doesn't have sleeves) and the skirt - they all looked great on you fyi!!

  2. The awesome thing about them is they ask you specific questions about how you like your clothes to fit, as well as how your individual body areas are shaped! I have a petite upper area with a wide hip and butt LOL! As well as long legs. I am all over the place!

  3. I never heard of Stitch Fix before. It looks really fun! Great items!