This blog post may contain affiliate links. Learn more.Hey friends! Today I am sharing what came in my Stitch Fix box this month. You all know by now that I’m pretty candid about what I like/don’t like when it comes to these unboxings! I’ve gotten several Stitch Fix boxes but I am always very selective about what I keep because the price point is usually a little out of my range. This time I had a $25 credit to spend with them so I went ahead and scheduled a fix thinking I’d keep one thing and get a nice discount. WELL, as you’ll see in the video – I fell in love with EVERYTHING.
If you want to try out Stitch Fix for yourself, I would love it if you would click over through this link. If you decide to schedule a fix I will get $25 in Stitch Fix credit. Likewise, if you share your link with your friends after you sign up, you’ll get $25 to spend! Sometimes they will waive your styling fee giving you the option to try it out completely free! That is what happened to me the first time I tried it out through a friend’s link and I couldn’t say no because there was nothing to lose. But, the $20 styling fee does go toward anything you purchase so it’s really a win, win! NOTE: This is not a monthly subscription unless you CHOOSE that option. I just go into my account and schedule a fix whenever I want instead of choosing to get one every week, month, three months, etc. That way there aren’t any surprises when I can’t really afford it.
My closet is in a bit of a transitional phase right now. I tend to buy one or two things here or there when I find a clearance deal. Well, a few months ago I hit a BIG LuLaRoe sale when a friend was going out of business. I never purchase that much clothing at one time so I feel like I have an entire new wardrobe. Right before that, my Mom and I took a trip to the mall where I found a few other awesome sale finds in H&M – high-waisted pinstripe jeans, a faux leather jacket, and a dress. Not long after that I got a Nadine West box (use CODE: NADINE to try it out free) and they sent me the perfect top! Now I’ve added a few additional pieces from this Stitch Fix box as staple pieces that will mix and match well with those other pieces for spring. A lot of my clothes are several years old and while I love being frugal and keeping clothes for a long time, it really feels good to have some new stuff. Lets be honest – I am never going to NOT want new clothes. I try really hard to be practical about it though.
So far, Nadine West and Ipsy are the two clothing/beauty subscription boxes that fit in the best with my lifestyle and what is affordable for me. They are both $10 or under and provide so much value for the price! What are your favorite subscription boxes?