Fashion,  Style,  Travel

California Dreaming

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At the beginning of December, my roommate and I were talking about all the different monthly subscriptions boxes you can get, Birchbox, Barkbox, Whimseybox, Club W, the list goes on. There was one clothing box that she introduced to me called Stitch Fix. Now Stitch Fix is the same sort of idea as subscription boxes, but what is even better about it is you don’t have to pay for anything you don’t want! Try on the clothes to see if they go with any of your outfits, all in the comfort of your own home, then send back whatever you don’t like within 3 days. My first “Fix” came about 3 weeks after I signed up with 5 different items to try out. You pay a $20 styling fee, which you can use towards your final purchase and if you decided to buy all 5 items you get 25% off the entire order. The items are averaged around $55 and can be anything from coats, jewelry, jeans, blouses, to dresses. One part of the sign up process that I thought was very cool was that they encourage you to to send them your pinterest and any other social media accounts you have so they can really gage your style. You can even pick how often you want your fixes to come, once a month, once in the spring, or for a special event, you decide your shipments and what you want to pay for, they do the styling. Give it a try! Outfit breakdown below

 Stitch Fix Leighton Metal Bauble Necklace: originally $34.00 with $20 deducted styling fee totaling to $14.91

Cotton On leopard print blouse:$10 sale

H&M yellow skirt with pleats: $29.95

Cotton On sunglasses: sale for $5, borrowed from my sister

Kate Spade beige purse: borrowed from my sister

Two different shoes:

Target Sam & Libby booties: $33.75 with Cartwheel 25% off shoes

Dolce Vita nude bow heels: $10 from Treasures and Trivia rummage sale

 

 

 

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