My Latest Stitch Fix Box: Modest Outfits for Christian Women

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Are you ready to elevate your style game without the hassle of traditional shopping? Look no further than Stitch Fix! I’m excited to share my latest experience receiving a box filled with five pieces that I really liked. Sometimes it can be difficult to find Christian outfit ideas so I wanted to share some with you today.

I always look forward to getting a box from Stitch Fix. This month I felt like my stylist Amelia really did a good job choosing pieces I wanted to add to my wardrobe.

But first, a few tidbits from my week…

Me wearing my Southern Mom t-shirt ๐Ÿ™‚
My walking outfit this weekend.

I helped Laura move out of her dorm room for the summer on Thursday last week and she came home for the weekend. She had to go back down to Chattanooga for work so she’s staying with one of her sisters this week. But I think she’s coming back this next weekend! I made some of her favorite meals and just so enjoyed getting to spend time with her and dote on her a little bit.

I can’t believe she’s going to be 20 years old in June! You know I started this blog a couple years before she was born! Crazy how fast time flies.

Laura Elsie Grace on our first horse, Ladybelle, in 2009.
Laura Elsie Grace with her horse, Theo, April 2023.

I wish I could just slow time down. Did you know she was born in this very house?

Marlowe is always overjoyed when Laura comes home. Look at those adoring eyes!

Marlowe wasn’t the only one who was glad to have Laura home for a few days. Besides her dad and I, the grandkids were so glad to have Aunt Laura home! They talked her ear off. She’s so patient!

Here Jared is doing a Bible activity book with Laura at the church potluck.

In other news, my future son-in-law graduated from college this weekend! I didn’t get to attend, but I am so proud of Colton!

Class of 2023: Colton with my daughter Emily.

So many blessings – I am so thankful for my family.

Okay, so now on to my latest Stitch Fix Box…

Stitch Fix is a subscription service that curates a selection of clothing and accessories tailored to your personal style and preferences. As someone who likes to look nice but struggles to find the time to shop (not to mention the struggle of picking pieces that work for me), Stitch Fix has been a lifesaver.

I’ve been using Stitch Fix for over three years now and it’s one of my favorite ways to shop because of how easy it is. Each month, I receive a box of five items that have been hand-selected by a personal stylist based on my style preferences, body type, and feedback from previous boxes. It’s like having a personal shopper who knows exactly what I like!

One of the things I love most about Stitch Fix is the variety of items they offer. I’ve received everything from casual t-shirts and jeans to dressy blouses and church dresses. Plus, the stylists often include items that I wouldn’t have picked out for myself, but end up loving – I’ve been surprised several times!

For reference I am:

  • 5′ 6″ tall
  • wear size: S/M or size 6
  • 29 in high rise jeans

I’m a real mom, I don’t have a perfect body, I’m working on losing a few more pounds, and I’m 47 years old.

In my most recent box, I received a pair of high-waisted black pants, a chambray blouse, a nice quality t-shirt, a red flutter sleeve dress, and a pair of really nice heels. All of the pieces were versatile and could be mixed and matched with items I already had in my wardrobe. The black pants were the perfect fit and could be dressed up or down – I should have taken a better picture.

In this photo I’m wearing:

In this photo I’m wearing:

The chambray blouse is such a classic and a great addition to my casual wardrobe, while the t-shirt was perfect for everyday wear.

The dress and heels were modest and can be worn to church or out for a fun afternoon this summer. I don’t often wear bright colors, but I found that I really liked the deep red in the dress. And the flutter sleeves were feminine and pretty!

Also, please excuse the smudge on my mirror. I didn’t even realize it was there until after I took the photos. ๐Ÿ˜‰

In this photo I’m wearing:

In this photo I’m wearing:

After each box, I’m asked to rate each item and provide feedback on what I liked and didn’t like. This feedback is used to improve future boxes and ensure that the stylist is taking my preferences into account.

New: Stitch Fix offers a Freestyle program where you can simply shop their store and buy anything you like to try on and send back if it doesn’t work for you!

And the best part? As a new subscriber, you’ll receive $25 off your first purchase when you sign up through this link!

related: What to Wear on a Cozy Weekend Getaway

Tips for Using Stitch Fix

  • Be specific about your style preferences: When filling out your style profile, be as specific as possible about the types of items you like and don’t like. This will help your stylist curate a selection of items that are perfect for you.
  • Provide feedback: After each box, take the time to rate each item and provide detailed feedback. This will help your stylist learn more about your preferences and improve future boxes.
  • Don’t be afraid to try new things: The stylists at Stitch Fix are experts at finding pieces you’ll love, even if you wouldn’t have picked them out for yourself. Don’t be afraid to try new things and step outside your comfort zone. Some of my favorite pieces have been items I’d never pick out on my own!
  • Let your stylist know what you are looking for: You have the opportunity to let your stylist know what you’re looking for before she selects the pieces for your next box. This time I told her, “I’m 47 years old now and looking to put together a more polished, sophisticated wardrobe with classic pieces in the style of Ralph Lauren. I prefer dresses with high necks and modest lines.”

Shop this Post

If you want to shop some of the items in this post on LTK, you can do that here. Some of these pieces are exact matches, some of them are just similar pieces I think you’ll like.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much does Stitch Fix cost?

A: Stitch Fix charges a $20 styling fee for each box, which is applied as a credit towards any items you choose to keep. The cost of the items themselves varies depending on what you receive. You can opt to receive lower-priced pieces or more expensive items based on your budget.

Q: Can I choose what items I receive?

A: While you can’t choose specific items, you can provide detailed feedback on your style preferences and dislikes. This helps the stylist curate a selection of items that are perfect for you. You can also preview a few pieces and let your stylist know if you want receive them or have her choose something else.

Q: Is Stitch Fix only for women?

A: No, Stitch Fix offers clothing and accessories for men, women, and children.

Overall, I’ve had an amazing experience with Stitch Fix and highly recommend it to anyone looking to fill out their wardrobe with stylish, high-quality pieces. The personalized selection of items, focus on customer feedback, and variety of options make it a great choice for anyone who loves fashion but doesn’t have the time or expertise to shop.

If you’re looking for a convenient and fun way to update your wardrobe, give Stitch Fix a try! With their personalized styling, convenience, variety, quality, and budget-friendly options, Stitch Fix is the perfect solution for anyone looking to have a put-together wardrobe without the hassle of traditional shopping. So, sign up today and get ready to elevate your style game with Stitch Fix!

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  1. I happen to be wearing the split shoulder t-shirt in purple right now! I like the red one you are wearing.

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