Hello friends! It's been a while since I posted my last Stitch Fix box (back in August). I've received three boxes since then and didn't take a single photo. Womp womp. However, instead of showing you all the items in the boxes and what worked/didn't work, I decided to show you all the items I've kept over the last few months! So, this is a parade of keepers only, which makes it a bit different than a normal Stitch Fix review, but I think it's just as fun.
Just in case you've been living in a hole over the last few years, let me quickly explain what Stitch Fix is. Basically, it's a personal shopping service where you fill out your style profile by answering questions about likes/dislikes, style, sizing, etc. Your stylist bases her/his picks on your profile, but you can also write a note about what you're interested in, as well as link to you Pinterest style board or blog. You receive a box with 5 items, including a style card that shows you different ways to wear each piece and you get to try the clothes on in the comfort of your own home and decide what you want to keep or send back. You have three days to send back the stuff you don't want in a prepaid prelabeled envelope they include in your box, so it's super easy. For each box, there's a $20 styling fee, which is deducted from the price of your box, should you decide to keep anything. If you send back all the items, you lose the $20. And if you keep all five items you also get a 25% discount on all the items.
Ok, on with the show! (I'm so not a fashion blogger - please disregard my awkwardness in these photos.)
Le Lis Myler Keyhole Back Blouse
Black and floral, light and gauzy - I love this top. It's the perfect mix of feminine and trendy. I currently own nothing floral, so this was really different than anything in my closet. I think it looks great with a pair of black pants and would be perfect for the office. It would also be cute with jeans, maybe under a blazer or with a colored cardigan or jacket. It's a bit light and breezy, so I probably won't be wearing it much until it warms up again, but this will be perfect for spring!
Liverpool Rizzo Skinny Pant
In the photo above (and a few of the photos below) I'm also wearing these black Liverpool Rizzo Skinny Pants, which I'm obsessed with. I don't know how they do it, but Stitch Fix has this uncanny ability to absolutely nail fit on the pants they send me - and everyone else says the same thing! The pants have a thick elastic high waist, perfect for that post-baby belly, with good stretch, but doesn't feel like maternity pants. They're a little bit long, so I'm planning on having them hemmed so they hit right at the top of my foot, but I also don't really mind them rolled, as shown.
THML Mario Pullover Sweater
I love this sweater! It's thick and feels well-made, without being heavy or adding extra bulk in the wrong places. I love the stripes and the colors, which are a charcoal grey, orangeish and tans. I think the variety of colors means that it will go with nearly everything (black or tan). Plus, I like the pop of color and that it's warm for winter.
Mavi Gold Hattie Skinny Jean
Again, in the above photo I'm also wearing these jeans and they are the most amazing pair of jeans I've ever owned. They were not cheap, but they are thick and fit like a dream! They're soft and buttery and flattering and I could sleep in them, they're so comfortable. Totally worth every penny. I haven't worn another pair of jeans since I got these and they almost make me want to throw away all my other pairs of cheap jeans.
RD Style Calistoga Side Slit V-Neck Knit Top
This might be my absolute favorite shirt I've ever received from Stitch Fix. I love the length (that it covers my butt), I love the side slit, I love the v-neck. It's comfortable, soft, flattering and fits great. It's a black/grey knit, which is light, yet also warm. It can be dressed up with a pair of black pants or tuxedo ponte leggings (which I'm wearing above) or down with a pair of distressed denim jeans. Yes, the slit is high, but I always wear a tank/camisole under sweaters anyway, so it didn't bother me a bit. I want this top in 20 different colors.
41Hawthorn Renesme Geo Print Faux Wrap Dress
I wanted to hate this dress solely based on the name, but I love it. I find wrap dresses to be so comfortable and flattering. I like the dark purple color and the grey print. The pattern is cute and I think it'll go with black or brown shoes. Perfect for the office (paired with a cardigan because my office is always freezing).
Market & Spruce Lanta Open Drape Cardigan
Sometimes I wonder whether Stitch Fix understands winter at all because so many pieces they send during winter months are light and airy, but then they sent this sweater and my faith is restored. I love this cardigan. It's so thick and soft and cozy. It's a beautiful deep purple color on the bottom and a light heather grey on top. I think it's a great casual piece to throw on over a t-shirt with jeans for an easy and comfortable outfit.
Market & Spruce Corinna Striped Dolman Top
I think everyone that does Stitch Fix has received this top in one of their boxes. It's so popular that there's an organized effort to show SF consolidarity by wearing this exact shirt this coming Sunday so current Stich Fixers can find each other and make friends! It's that popular! And for good reason. It's flattering and comfortable and easy to wear dressed up with black pants or down with jeans or leggings.
Staccato Michelli Open Drape Cardigan
This cardigan was so similar to the one above that I almost didn't keep it, but then I tried it on and fell in love. While the cardigan above is light and soft and cozy, this one is thick and heavy and sturdy. It almost has a structured feel, which I think it great. It's very long and adds a lot of warmth, which I need at work. I love the colors and think it's a really versatile piece.
Mo-Vint Kuhn Henley Top
This one was a bit iffy for me. I loved everything else that came in this box, but I wasn't sold on this top, but I kept it so I could get the 25% off discount on all five pieces (it was cheaper to keep it than to send it back). I was going to try sell it on the Stitch Fix FB page to someone that was looking for it, but when I tried it on again, I liked it a bit more. My husband happened to walk in on me wearing it and told me he loved it, so I kept it. And now I love it too. Honestly, it's giant on me and not structured or all that flattering on my small frame and it's not really my style...but I like that it's different and it's really grown on me! It's so incredibly comfortable and really great to wear out with the kids or lounging around the house. It's got pockets in the front and is long enough in the back to cover my butt (which I like). It's less faded than the style card makes it look and is a pretty purpley-blue color with pink stripes. I've worn it quite a few times and always get compliments on it! Who knew?!
41Hawthorn Moni Chain Print Stud Detail Blouse
I received this back in October and I think this was such a great shirt for fall. I love the orangey color and the gold studs on the front. I like the v-neck, but don't love that it flaps completely open all the time (I wish it stayed closed like the middle photo above) (I'm a prude like that). I like the length of the top and the detail on the front and the sleeves. I also like the cut of the bottom, but after wearing it a couple times, I do wish the sleeves were a bit less poofy.
Brixon Ivy Bixby Clover Print Blouse
This is a top that I actually received in my very first fix, but I never posted so I thought I'd show you here. I like this top and think it's great for work. Most of my work wardrobe is black and white (or some shade thereof), so this fit right in. I like the print and the thickness of the material. I usually have to wear a thick scarf with this top though because the neck is so big that I freeze in my office without one, although it's great for summer. It's a bit big on me right now (I have lost a bit of weight since I received this one over the summer). I could probably stand wear it in a smaller size now, although I don't really mind it being loose. I do with that it was a smidge longer though. When I lift my arms it feels shorter than I like.
Alright! So, that's what I've kept over the last few months. Thanks for following along and checking out what I received in my SF boxes! I've started really loving everyone else's SF reviews and Stitch Fix reveal blog posts are quickly becoming some of my favorites. I think it's so much fun to see what everyone else is getting!
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What do you think? Was everything I kept worth it?
Which was your favorite?