I’m so excited to collaborate with Nikki Gwin from Gwin Gal Adventures on a Stitch Fix blog swap! Nikki enjoys DIY, decorating, fashion, gardening and travel. She’s proof that life really can start after 50. She’s venturing out of her comfort zone and taking on adventures like zip lining, taking dance lessons and swimming with dolphins. Check out Nikki’s blog Gwin Gal Adventures to spark a sense of adventure in your home, garden, closet and life. Continue reading “Stitch Fix Blog Swap – Gwin Gal Adventures”
I’ve been planning and getting ready for our trip to Lake Tahoe, San Francisco and up the West Coast. When I checked the weather forecast for those areas I realized this isn’t going to be my typical Summer vacation packing. With highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s I knew I would need some Spring/Summer layers. So I immediately requested a vacation fix from my Stitch Fix stylist. I’m sharing my Vacation Stitch Fix Review with you today along with some fun news about our trip.
For the first time ever after 18 Fixes, I sent everything in my last Stitch Fix shipment back. I loved all the colors, the pieces were cute but they just didn’t seem to work out for me. Even though I wasn’t able to apply my $20 styling fee to purchasing anything I wasn’t that upset. I would have been more upset if I had spent the day driving from store to store and ended up empty handed. Imagine my delight & surprise when I got an email from Stitch Fix saying sorry we missed the mark, your next styling fee is on us. I immediately scheduled a second Spring Fix.
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared my own Stitch Fix Review. You’ve gotten to see my sister’s Maternity Fix and my husband’s Stitch Fix for Men. After finally getting around to doing my annual Closet Clean Out I realized it was time to add some fresh pieces to my wardrobe. I figured Spring is the perfect excuse for a closet update so I scheduled a Stitch Fix delivery of my own.
My gorgeous sister who you may remember from my post about her 1st Fix, Bridal Shower and Bachelorette Party is expecting! I am so excited for her. Like most moms & mom’s-to-be she’s busy buying baby things and not one to spend much on herself, especially for clothes she’ll only wear for a little while. So, I got her a Stitch Fix Gift Card she could use for a maternity fix.