My 6th Stitch Fix came Monday night. At 7:00pm, while I was at a meeting. And my husband sent me this:
Mean, right? He didn’t actually open it, he just thought he was being hilarious by sending me that. Real funny, RJ. Real funny.
I am so happy with everything that my stylist picked out. I requested Jennifer again, so this is the 4th Fix she has styled for me, and she is so good. So good that I’m trying to figure out if I can use other parts of my budget towards Stitch Fix…
If you’re unfamiliar with Stitch Fix, it’s a personal styling service for women. You can read about my other Stitch Fix and get a better feel for how it works (Fix 1, Fix 2, Fix 3, Fix 4, Fix 5). You fill out a fun style profile and then utilize your pinterest board to show your stylist what kinds of things you’re looking for. She then hand-picks 5 items just for you and you get to try them on in your own house. There’s a $20 styling fee with each box, but that gets applied towards whatever clothes you keep. The clothes you don’t want to keep, you send back in the prepaid return packaging that comes with each fix. And if you keep all 5 items, you get a 25% discount. Plus, it’s delightful. And I promise, I would never recommend anything to you that I don’t absolutely love.
Since I know most of you are just here for this pictures, here is what came in my awesome Fix number six:
Cambria Dress, by Gilli. ($58) I was just looking at burgundy dresses online the day my fix came. I have a handful of events where I need to be a little more dressed up for so I requested she send me a weather appropriate dress in this Fix.
In the note, Jennifer said “The rich burgundy color will take you from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve.” And I couldn’t agree more. It is so comfortable and I love the cut of it. Plus, the skirt is lined.
It’s a good length, so I can chase toddlers around without being super worried about my butt showing. I styled it with my Jessica Simpson booties and patterned tights. And it looks good with my flat boots too, which in reality is probably how I would wear it 9 times out of 10.
The one thing I wasn’t sure about was how low it is. I typically wouldn’t wear something so low cut. But I feel like the cut of it is very chic and not at all trashy. So I’m 99% sure this is a keeper. And it’s made in the USA–which I love.
Venezia Button Down Top, by Olive & Oak. ($64) Jennifer suggested that I wear this under my green army vest, and it does look great.
This plaid top is just so-so. Don’t get me wrong, I love plaid. I really love plaid. And while this fit well, I’m not crazy about it, so this one is most likely going back.
I prefer my plaid button ups to be flannel, especially this time of year. So this one is going back.
Calandri Contrast Sleeve Poncho, by RD Style. ($68) I requested a poncho, and pinned a few to my Stitch Fix Style pinterest board. I think I love this.
It’s nice and warm, and so roomy. I like how it looks like I have a long sleeve top underneath but its connected. And there’s fun button details along the sides. So I’ll really just have to toss on a tank under it and pair it with leggings and some boots and I’ll be good to go.
It looks perfect with my Hunter Boots, and the Kristin Fleece Leggings I got in this fix. I seriously did not want to take this outfit off this morning, when it was cold and rainy. Give me some Starbucks and I could walk around Target all day in this.
My tiny humans wanted to get in on the photo shoot action, I think when they received their Sprouting Threads boxes it made them think that all subscription boxes are for them. I can’t decide if the roomy-ness is trendy, or just baggy and sloppy. So I’m still undecided on this one, what do you think?
Kristin Fleece Legging, by MTLA. ($38) These leggings. They are amazing. My stylist told me to wear them with the Calandri Contrast Sleeve Poncho.
They feed into my love of leggings and cozy clothing and actually being warm. They are completely lined in fleece and when I tried them on again during nap time, I did not want to take them off. They are so comfortable and warm. And the leggings hit at a good place, right below my belly button so I know they won’t keep falling down.
The only reason I may not keep these is because I have a black pair of fleece lined leggings that my mom bought my last year, and I can’t decide if I need a second, almost identical pair. This pair by MTLA is more opaque than my other, Steve Madden pair, and they don’t have any tight-like seams. So maybe I should keep them…plus the cozy factor is very tempting. Very tempting.
Dido Mixed Print Knit Top, by Pixley. ($58) This is another top that I pinned. I love that the back of the top is a sheer material, and it’s a fun print, which is unexpected and unique.
It fits me well, and it looks great with my burgundy Level 99 jeans from my 5th Fix that I absolutely love. I’m not sure it’s worth the price.
And I’m always cold, so I would probably layer this under a cardi, and that takes all the fun away from it. What do you think?
I am absolutely requesting Jennifer as my Stitch Fix stylist again. She really gets my style. I know that she reads the feedback and my pinned blog photos, because she says things like “the 41Hawthorn Blouse really looked great on you.” and, referring to the Gilli Dress in this fix: “The v-neck, fitted drape, and cinched waist will give your long and lean frame a feminine silhouette.”
Well, what are your thoughts on my latest Fix? Do you think the Poncho is gigantic? Is the Mixed Print Top just so good and so worth the $58? Tell me in the comments,pretty please!
I’m participating in another fun Stitch Fix Bloggers Link Up! Click on the link below to see what Maria of Crazy Together got in her November Fix, and then find other bloggers’ links at the end of her post: Stitch Fix Link Up.
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