That one time I modeled (jk) – My first Stitch Fix Review!

Things are a little different here on RDelicious Kitchen today. Usually I am behind the camera and food is the model. I was the model this time to show you some fun clothing items that I received for my first “fix” via Stitch Fix.
Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchen
Stitch Fix is partnering with The Recipe ReDux for a fun #StitchFixReDux this week!
I received credit to try Stitch Fix as a result of this promotion. By posting this review I am entering a contest sponsored by Stitch Fix and am eligible to win a prize. I was not compensated for my time. This post contains affiliate links. 
Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchenI am not a fan of shopping. That’s kind of a lie. I like shopping when I can spend my leisurely time flipping through the racks, trying on various options. In reality, my shopping trips are a last minute “oh no, I need XYZ for tomorrow” with me frantically rushing in and out of a store as I’m probably running late for something else. Tack on the frustrating “nothing fits just quite right” feeling in the dressing room.
My schedule has been so busy lately, that shopping is the last thing on my mind right now. This was the perfect time for Stitch Fix to enter my life.
Stitch Fix is a personal styling service tailored to your taste, budget, and lifestyle. The best part? It’s delivered right to your door step. Your “fix” is a combo of 5 clothing/accessory items hand-picked for you by a Stitch Fix Stylist.
Before the stylist selects the items for your fix, you fill out a style profile to share your likes and dislikes. It is recommended to create a Pinterest board to help the stylist understand your style preferences even more. Then you schedule when you want to get your fix, which can be helpful if you know you are wanting new clothing options for any upcoming events. I waited to get my fix after I returned from my vacation when I was tan 😛
You have 3 days to decide what to keep and what to send back in a pre-paid bag (no shipping fee) If you keep everything, you get an additional 25% off!

I’ve been always wanted to try it, so thank you Recipe ReDux for partnering with Stitch Fix!
Okay, so promise not to laugh. I am by far no model or fashion blogger. My sister (Hi Dana!) was taking pictures for me and it was pretty comical. We were pretty much laughing the whole time. The first couple I looked like a robot. I didn’t know how to stand. We kept debating the hand on hip vs. not. Oh fashion bloggers, how do you do it?
Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchenDress: THML Luceea Dress $68.00
Verdict: Keep! I really like this dress and it isn’t something I wouldn’t seek out for myself regularly. It was very comfortable and can be dressed up or dressed down with the right kind of accessories.
Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchenTop: Collective Concepts Zariah Hi-Lo Blouse $58.00
Verdict: Return. I liked the pattern on it, but it just didn’t fit right on my body. On the hanger it looked cute and flow-y, but it was a little tight on the chest and made me look boxy from the side.
Pants: Mavi Frieda Skinny Jeans $98.00
Verdict: Return. These were very comfortable and fit well, but they were a little too high for my budget and I just bought a pair of dark wash jeans recently. I was pleasantly surprised that I didn’t struggle with the “back gap” (you know when you have that awkward gap right above your butt in pants) and the length wasn’t past my feet. #shortpeopleprobs
Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchenNecklace: Romolo Montana Metal Sunburst Necklace $34.00
Verdict: Return. I like these larger statement necklaces, but I have a very similar necklace.
Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchen
Top: Kensie Rebekah Stretch Crepe Blazer $58.00
Verdict: Keep! LOVE this blazer. It is form fitting, with a stretch material which makes it super comfortable. I loved the inside lining with the small polka dots, plus the pop of color which I don’t typically alway gravitate toward when I am shopping, as I more stick to more neutral colors.
 Stitch Fix review via RDelicious Kitchen @rdkitchenIt was a win-win, since I now have a new headshot.
Will I do Stitch Fix again? YES! I am very happy with my purchases. The more fixes you get, the more the stylists get to know you and your preferences, so it’s just going to keep getting better and better! I think Sarah, my stylist, did an awesome job for my first fix. Thank Sarah!
If you want to try Stitch Fix for yourself, please consider signing up with my referral link.  I’ll get a credit toward my next fix (thank you in advance!), and you can start to refer your family & friends to get credits toward your future fixes too!