Summer 2017 Stitch Fix Box Review

My teenage niece, Sydney, recently received a Stitch Fix box and so I thought I would share some of the items and her thoughts on them.  She received 5 items, white jeans, a summer dress, 2 sleeveless tops and a pair of sandals.  Despite being a size too large, her favorite item was the Articles of Society Distressed Skinny Jean. These are a size 4 – she is 5’7″ and weighs about 120-25 lb, with a waist size of 25.  They were comfortable and make a great basic for the spring/summer/fall (and even winter).  In the fall, these jeans would look great with a chunky knit turtleneck or a neutral crew neck sweater along with black or leopard flats in the fall.



StitchFix Articles of Society – Tiana Distressed Skinny Jean $68 (size 4)

The summer dress in the box is the Nisha Dress by French Grey in light purple (size 5) which runs $48 – cute dress, especially for showing off shoulders and arms.  Here it is below, paired with the Swizzle Pom Lace Up Sandal by Steve Madden ($79), that also came in the box. The sandals are fun and were comfortable, but weren’t really her style – so they are going back.  With fall just around the corner, probably not the best investment.

Stitch Fix Nisha Dress by French Grey $48 (size 5) 


Stitch Fix Swizzle Pom Lace Up Sandal by Steve Maden ($79)


Below is the Charliese Embroidery Detail Halter Top by Skies Are Blue (size S; $54).  I think it’s very pretty and love the orange color.  I think it’s nice on Sydney, but she does not feel it’s flattering on her. She is well-endowed on top with a small waist, so billowy tops are tend to make her look larger than she is.  But, for those of us without that problem (not a bad problem to have…) – I think it’s a great top.


Stitch Fix Charliese Embroidery Detail Halter Top by Skies Are Blue (size S) in coral $54


The last item is the Q&A V-Neck Top (Size S; $48) below.  I think it’s very pretty and can be dressed up or down.  But again, for Sydney, it’s a bit loose-fitting on the bottom, so not as flattering on her body type. This one will go back as well.  Although due to style/sizing issues, nothing in the box was not a keeper for Sydney, I think the 2nd box might do the trick.  I still think the Stitch Fix boxes are a great idea, especially for someone who doesn’t have time to shop and/or doesn’t mind paying for convenience. If anyone has had a particularly good or bad experience with special sizes (petite or tall, etc.) with Stitch Fix, please share! Again, thanks for reading!

Stitch Fix Q&A Massaro V-Neck Top ($48)


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