That was the feedback I gave to Stitchfix last week. This is what happened back in January 2014 and that's why I stopped doing Stitchfix. They started sending me stuff I didn't like. It probably doesn't help that I've had a different stylist for the last four Fixes.
Onto the things they sent me...I opened this box at 6pm, and mailed it back at 7am. That's why there's no actual pictures. I didn't like the stuff enough to even take pictures. You can google the names if you want to see them in other peoples' reviews (I did).
+They sent me the Gilli Antoinette Printed Swing Skirt. I liked the pattern (would've made a great cardigan), but it was flimsy and wasn't loose enough to tuck a shirt in at the top. It was $58 and kind of a weird knee-length. Meh. No.
+They sent me the 41Hawthorn Sugar Dot Print Dress in black and white and it was priced at $74. I'm pretty sure I could find this at Rue21 for $16.99 and it was tissue-thin and kind of short. The picture makes it look long...it wasn't. It's December in Colorado. Maybe if I lived in Florida. Plus, I have a lot of black and white when it comes to dresses and I didn't pay more than $30 for any of those and they aren't made of tissue paper.
+They sent me Kut From The Kloth Ronnie Printed Slim Straight Leg Pant. These were black with a burgundy hexagonal geometric pattern on them (think of the pattern on those Old Navy pixie pants) and were like super thick leggings, really. I could see myself wearing them. They fit well enough. But they had that pattern, which is a novelty, but I couldn't find anything in my closet to wear them with really. If they'd been a neutral, they would've been more practical. I can't pay $78 (!!!) for a pair of pants, even if the material was great, if I couldn't find anything to wear them with immediately. I mean, I could put that $78 toward a purse a love, instead of pants I kind of like.
+Speaking of purses...they went from a bag I actually kind of adored (minus the huge size) last month to the worst possible purse in the world for Kristin.
This sketch makes it look nicer than it was. It reminded me of a leather-bound library book or something.
I hate everything about this. These kinds of straps give me a headache. Especially when I see people carrying them over one shoulder. I like cross-body bags, but I already have two and I don't need/want another and why-does-Stitchfix-just-take-stabs-in-the-dark? They have my Pinterest page in my profile for goodness sakes. I don't update it super often but you can tell they don't even look at it. Because if they had, they'd have sent a blanket scarf by now because I've also requested one and...nothing.
+And then there was a blue flowy shirt that was boxy (per usual) and wasn't long enough to wear with leggings so I'm not sure what the point was. I didn't even try it on. I think it was also $58.
On the up side, this stylist must not send a $48 cardigan to everyone. If she had, I might've kept it because it would've proven to be the most useful item in the box.
Do you think I should try for one more month?
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