|So far the box looks different each time. It's still early days for the company, |
so I like to imagine them constantly coming up with new ideas for logos and packing tape.
|Another new feature: A 3-step explanation printed inside the box, |
and an invoice placed FACING THE SAME DIRECTION. Nice!
|Item 1: Calafia Wrap Jersey Dress from 41Hawthorn|
|Selfridge Cowl Longsleeve Tee, 41Hawthorn|
|Filbert Elbow Sleeve Popover Top in Orange by Angie|
|Rickhouse Ruffle Trim Cardigan, Tea N Rose|
|Crinkle Gauze Scarf, Mystree|
|Crinkle Gauze Scarf up close|
I'm taking a leap and scheduling my next Fix a little further out--in early April.
I continue to recommend Stitch Fix if you don't mind spending at least $20 to try on 5 possibly awesome items picked especially for you! So far I seem to actually spend between $35 and $100 per shipment, because of course I always have to buy something, and sometimes two things. I was not paid to write this review, it's just my opinion, though if you use this link to join up, I'd get a credit.
P.S. This post is named after a quote from Henry Thoreau's "Walden," where he writes, "I say, beware of all enterprises that require new clothes, and not rather a new wearer of clothes. If there is not a new man, how can the new clothes be made to fit? If you have any enterprise before you, try it in your old clothes." Thanks to "Mr. Emerson" for keeping Thoreau by us all.