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Last updated on April 15th, 2019 at 07:20 pm

I’m excited to share my April Stitch Fix unboxing video and blog post! It’s always exciting to see what I’ll get in this customized subscription box!

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Stitch Fix Unboxing + Try On | April 2019

Ok, I can’t sugar coat this. I HATED this box.

Nothing in this box was really my style. I might have grabbed the dress to hold up, but would have immediately put it back on a rack.

While I liked the quality and feel of several of the items, the box really missed the mark.

The best part about this experience is that my 5 year old son helped me with my Stitch Fix unboxing video and took all the photos for this blog post!

So, let’s take a look and see what was inside:

See what I thought of my March 2019 Stitch Fix Box.

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PINK CLOVER | DANIKA ELBOW PATCH DETAIL KNIT TOP

I’ve been getting a lot of shirts from PINK CLOVER in my Stitch Fix boxes. They are really soft, but definitely have a “mom” vibe to them.

I distinctly remember seeing this style in my Style Shuffle and giving it a thumbs down each time.

Retail price: $40.00

Stitch Fix unboxing: Danika Elbow Patch Detail Knit Top from PINK CLOVER
Danika Elbow Patch Detail Knit Top from PINK CLOVER. Photo credit: My 5 year old son.

What I liked:

I liked the length of the shirt. It hit right at my hip bone, which is a flattering length for me.

What I didn’t like:

The brownish-green main color of the shirt and the flimsy elbow patches. Oh, and the main part of the shirt and the sleeves felt very different.

FINAL VERDICT: Return

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FRENCH GREY | ALANA SKIRT

I haven’t had an experience with French Grey until this Stitch Fix unboxing.

Retail price: $48.00

Stitch Fix unboxing: Alana Skirt from French Grey.
Alana Skirt from French Grey. Photo credit: My 5 year old son.

What I liked:

I really liked the feel of the fabric and that the skirt moved well. If it was longer, it would be cute to spin around for photos.

And the polka dot print is always fun for Disney vacations.

What I didn’t like:

It was uncomfortably short for me.

FINAL VERDICT: Return

PAPERMOON | KIERA KEYHOLE BACK BLOUSE

This is my first Papermoon shirt. I’m sure I saw this in the Style Shuffle and I gave it a thumbs down.

Retail price: $38.00

Stitch Fix unboxing: Kiera Keyhole Back Blouse from Papermoon.
Kiera Keyhole Back Blouse from Papermoon. Photo credit: My 5 year old son.

What I liked:

I didn’t like a single thing about this shirt.

What I didn’t like:

I didn’t like the scratchy feel of the shirt or how thin it was. The beige color was really drab.

FINAL VERDICT: Return

 

BEACON | IMAY TIE SLEEVE KNIT TOP

I haven’t heard of Beacon but I’m curious what other items they have that I might like. If this was a bit longer, I might have kept it.

I’m pretty sure I gave this a thumbs up on the Style Shuffle, without realizing how short it is.

Retail price: $40.00

Stitch Fix unboxing: Kiera Keyhole Back Blouse from Papermoon.
Imay Tie Sleeve Knit Top from Beacon. Photo credit: My 5 year old son.

What I liked:

I loved the buttery soft feel of this fabric. And I thought this floral print was really pretty and would be perfect for spring.

What I didn’t like:

I didn’t like how short and boxy the cut is. And the ties on the arms felt unnecessary.

When I lift my arms, a full 3 inches of midriff shows.

FINAL VERDICT: Return

MARKET & SPRUCE | AMETHYST EYELET DETAIL KNIT DRESS

I did tell my stylist that I’m heading to Maine for the Women in Travel Summit, so I understand why she picked this dress.

Retail price: $68.00

Stitch Fix unboxing: Amethyst Eyelet Detail Knit Dress from Market & Spruce.
Amethyst Eyelet Detail Knit Dress from Market & Spruce. Photo credit: My 5 year old son.

What I liked:

This dress was super soft and the fabric was thick enough to keep me semi-warm in springtime.

What I didn’t like:

I didn’t like the eyelet detail because I don’t like my bra straps to be visible. It’s also a bit boxy.

And I own enough striped dresses, shirts, and sweaters.

FINAL VERDICT: Return

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So, my April 2019 Stitch Fix subscription box was completely disappointing. I liked everything to some extent, but I wasn’t “wowed” by any of them. And I didn’t love anything so much that I had to have it.

I gave them specific feedback when I checked out this order and I requested a new stylist.

What’s great about Stitch Fix is that hours after I sent in my feedback, someone personally emailed me wanting extra notes about what didn’t work and what I’m looking for in my next Fix.

They suggested I create a Pinterest board (which I just did) to highlight the styles I’m most drawn to.

I’m writing detailed notes for my new StitchFix stylist and I’m going to continue to rate products on their website to help narrow down the type of items I like.

I’m heading to Los Angeles, CA at the end of May for a Mom’s Weekend and I’m hoping to find a few items to wear as I soak up some California sunshine!

My next Stitch Fix unboxing will be in May!

Author

Marcie writes the family travel blog Marcie in Mommyland. When she's not traveling the world, she's home in Seattle with her husband and two little boys.

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