It’s time to share my Stitch Fix Box Review of my February 2020 Fix #55. Come check out my latest Stitch Fix unboxing and see what I received, how the items looked on me, and what I have decided to keep from my February box.
Sharing my Stitch Fix boxes here on the blog have become some of my favorite posts to write. I love them because it reminds me of having a shopping day with my girlfriends but I get to do it all virtually in the comfort of my own home.
If this is your first time reading one of Stitch Fix reviews, you’re probably unaware of how I go about choosing the items I want to keep from my Stitch Fix boxes. It’s a pretty simple process but also one that’s fun and includes audience participation!
Here’s how it goes:
- I receive my box of the month from Stitch Fix and open it up to see what’s inside.
- I try on the items within the monthly Stitch Fix box and videotape myself as I try each item on.
- Then, I post my videos in my Instagram stories and have my followers help me vote on if I should keep or get rid of the item.
- I use the feedback I receive from my Instagram followers and make my final decisions before making my monthly purchase.
- Last, I write a blog post sharing what the outcome was for that month’s Stitch Fix box.
It’s a really fun process and I enjoy getting feedback from everyone! If you aren’t following me on Instagram already, I’d love to have you be a part of my Instagram community too so please give me a follow.
In case you missed any of my virtual fashion shows in the past, I have saved them all to highlights in my Instagram profile. As of now, I have three highlights labeled “fashion”, “fashion 2”, and “fashion 3”.
Because I’m always trying to broaden my horizons and help others the best way I can, I finally created a YouTube channel to house any videos I make for the blog. From this point forward, I will be embedding my try-on videos with each item so you can see exactly how everything looked on me.
I truly hope you find this helpful moving forward.
I was super excited to receive my Stitch Fix box this month because I didn’t have the best of luck with my most recent winter box. Although the items were all pretty adorable, they were more geared for someone who lived a much colder climate.
Living in Florida, I’m lucky to have minimal days with extremely cold temperatures. As much as I loved some of the items in the box, I couldn’t see myself getting enough use out of them to make a purchase. When sending back the items, I made sure to write exactly that to my stylist so she knew why I was returning the items.
When receiving this current box, Sierra (my stylist), made specific reference to my notes and explained how we would do more items that layered well in the future to fix the problem. Truly, the stylists at Stitch Fix are always looking to help you in any way they can with your wardrobe needs.
I highly recommend reading this post to help you learn all the tips and tricks to getting the most out of your Stitch Fix boxes. Communication is key to having the best experience possible with Stitch Fix.
With all that housekeeping out of the way, are you ready to see my February 2020 Stitch Fix Box Review?! Let’s get started.
Stitch Fix Box Review: February 2020 Fix #55
I really loved this February Stitch Fix box and I kept 3 of the 5 items that were sent to me. Over the process of receiving 55 boxes, I’ve come to learn that I have a very feminine style with a little bit of sexiness added to it. I tend to lean towards more form-fitting clothes or pieces that have tiny feminine details like lace or scalloped edges. There was one item in particular that really hit that mark for me in this fix and I knew I wanted to keep it even before trying it on. Come see what Sierra picked out for me in the month of February.
Item #1 Collective Concepts Naline Pleat Detail Tie Top SIZE- XSP $58.00
My thoughts: Right off the bat, I loved the red color of this top along with the feminine floral design. I felt it was a perfect combination for the month dedicated all to love! The top is made with a very sheer material but gave me plenty of coverage without the need of wearing a camisole underneath. Besides the color and design of the fabric, I also fell in love with the pleated details on the shoulders, blousing effect of the sleeves, tie-front detail, and the flattering v-neck. Obviously, I NEEDED to keep this one!
Here’s what my Instagram followers thought: 85% Keep and 15% Return
My decision: KEEP
Item #2 DEMOCRACY Jeri Skinny Jean SIZE- 0P $78.00
My thoughts: Did you know that Stitch Fix is known for finding their clients perfect fitting jeans?! I can contest to this because I am one pair away from having to relocate my jean collection to another closet in my home. As much as I keep telling myself I don’t need another pair of jeans, my stylist Sierra sends me one in my fix that I just have to have! That was exactly the case with these particular jeans. I loved the color, fit and thickness of the material and couldn’t say no to them. I’m not sure if this makes any sense, but I find these jeans to be a little dressier and more of an evening pair of jeans for a night out.
Here’s what my Instagram followers thought: 73% Keep and 27% Return
My decision: KEEP
Item # 3 MINISTRY OF SUPPLY 3D Print Sleeveless Knit Top SIZE- XS $95.00
My thoughts: I’m always looking for items that I like to refer to as basics. These are items that can pair with pretty much anything in my closet and I can easily call it a day. I loved the sleeveless cut of this shirt and the ribbed material. It was also great that it was form-fitting! My biggest concern with this top was the price tag. There is no way in H-E-Double Hockey Stick that I would pay $95 for a basic. I’m assuming the cost is due to the fact that this top was made using a 3D printer. As cool as that is, I can’t justify spending that much on an item.
Here’s what my Instagram followers thought: 71% Keep and 29% Return
My decision: RETURN
Item # 4 MARGARET M Christabel Textured Skirt SIZE- XSP $64.00
My thoughts: Speaking of feminine, everything about this skirt is super girly! I was very intrigued with it when I first pulled it out of the box because I have nothing like it in my wardrobe. The colors were super basic, black and white, but the cut and the length of the skirt was different from what I usually wear. All in all, I liked the way the skirt fit but I wasn’t thrilled with it. I’m not opposed to receiving another item like this in the future to try again.
Here’s what my Instagram followers thought: 60% Keep and 40% Return
My decision: RETURN
Item # 5 WISP Ceena Jersey Dress SIZE- 0P $68.00
My thoughts: This was my hands-down favorite item from my February Stitch Fix box. I felt it was the perfect combination of sexy and feminine. I’m not sure my plans for Valentine’s Day yet, but I can promise you I will be wearing this dress wherever I end up. I love the fact that the top of the dress is form-fitting and has a little keyhole cut out to bring a bit of attention to your upper area 🙂 The cap-sleeves are adorable too. The rest of the dress is flowy and can easily hide that extra glass of wine and chocolate dessert you might have on date night. The black and white color of the dress just begs you to spice things up with statement color shoes and accessories. I’m thinking red or maybe a deep purple for Valentine’s Day. What do you think?!
Here’s what my Instagram followers thought: 74% Keep and 26% Return
My decision: KEEP
Final thoughts for my February 2020 Stitch Fix Box:
This February box was a huge success for me! I just love how Sierra listens to all my feedback and works on improving things moving forward. I’m most excited about my new dress and the fact that I already have my outfit ready for Valentine’s Day. The convenience of Stitch Fix helps me save time and gives me one less thing to worry about. Thank you, Stitch Fix and Sierra!
Curious what Stitch Fix is?
Briefly, this is how Stitch Fix describes their services on their website:
Stitch Fix is an online styling service that delivers a truly personalized shopping experience, just for you. Fill out your Style Profile and a personal stylist will hand pick pieces to fit your tastes, needs and budget—and mail them directly to your door. Each box contains five items of clothing, shoes and accessories for you to try on at home. Keep what you love, send the rest back in a prepaid USPS envelope. Shipping and returns are free—even for exchanges!
If you want a more thorough explanation, and how to get the most from your Fixes, don’t forget to check out my previous Stitch Fix post with tips and tricks for scoring the best boxes.
Are you ready to try Stitch Fix?
If you’ve been thinking about trying Stitch Fix but haven’t, I encourage you to take advantage of my referral code so you can receive $25 off your first Fix. And just so you know, Stitch Fix also offers services for both men and children. They offer maternity, plus-sizes and even Big and Tall sizes too!
Thanks for stopping by to see my February 2020 Stitch Fix box! Feel free to check out some of my older fixes for September, October, and November to get a better feel for this subscription box service and the types of items that are available.