Stitch Fix Review: February 2018

- Fashion, Shopping, Videos


Hello all! Guess what?! I’m doing my first YouTube video in three years – yes you read that correctly – 3 years. And I’m sharing my Stitch Fix review from February 2018! My intention of course was to hammer out a bunch of video content over the past few years, but here we are in March of 2018. Oh well – moving forward, I’m just going to force myself to do it. I always feel awkward – I say awkward things, make awkward faces and it takes some time to edit – but it’s worth it! Why? Because I feel like we will be able to get to know each other much better when you watch my videos. I LOVE writing and expressing myself through writing, but I think you’ll be able to see much more of my personality via video.

Anyway, with all of that said, I filmed a Stitch Fix review from February! I actually got it the last day of February so still pretty recent.

You can watch the video to get all the details, but here is a recap of what I got, and what I kept:

  • Moto Pleather Detail Leggings
  • Studded Crossbody Bag
  • Embellished Cold Shoulder Top
  • Rose Detail Tank Top
  • Striped Cardigan with Elbow Patches

What I kept?

The leggings! Cost: $58 – $20 styling fee (collected up front to order your Stitch Fix) = $38 paid.

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- Beauty

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- Fashion

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